Great spiritual battle. Very good and useful message about the reality of the spiritual battle, of Satan's hatred and fight against the children of God. We cannot serve God without having Satan as our enemy.
Precious. I listened again to this sermon. I do not remember how it affected me in 2011, when I listened to it, but now it was a great blessing for me. It is a precious message. I thank God that He spoke to me.
Great lessons. Fighting the spiritual battle and prayer. Fighting without prayer is fighting in the flesh. Prayer without fight means you are not dedicated to God in order that He might use you in this battle.
Great Sermon! Thank you for your faithful ministry and standing fast against Rome and her lies. There are not many in the South who will stand and be counted my family and I have had to leave so many local assemblies and are now meeting in a local hotel with 8 other believers of likemind. It is ministry like your own which encourages us and keeps us pressing on. May our God richly bless you. Michael.
Vital approach to Christmas! Sad to perceive how most evangelical pulpits today, during the Christmas season retreat to theological/devotional elaborations on the incarnation of Christ instead of instructing the church about the historical evidence, the pernicious ills, and the materialistic disadvantages associated with the spirit of the season.
Among evangelicals the 'sanitation' of Christmas is popular, but it only contributes to the perpetuation of undesirable ills. Biblical dissociation with the season is rare, though it is what is vitally needed.
In consequence, Christian maturity and growth is impaired, the witness becomes tinted by the lack of biblical identity and Christian integrity suffers. Unnecessary burdens, superfluous costs and trivial thinking grip the Christian population beyond what it is meet. Worse, we pass on to the next generation an unhealthy heritage.
It is obvious that biblical separation in the Christmas context, is poorly practiced, feebly understood and systematically ignored. If not, we would observe more often in practice the summarizing statement given at the end of the sermon: "Let the blood mark the door of your house, not the tinsel"
Great lessons. This is a good message about the Word of God. Especially was helpful to me the idea that we must take hold firmly of the Word and that the Word identifies our enemies. This is so true!
Enjoyed this message. I appreciate this brother's insight into the tender mercy of God.
Christ has come to give light to those who are in darkness. Like the dawn of a new day dispelling the darkness, Jesus is the sunrise.He is the 'Dayspring from on high'.
A message from God. This is a message from the Lord. We have no right to make peace with sin, worldliness, heresy and compromise. We cannot have the blessing of God if we compromise. If we advocate compromise, we are saying that we learned so from our Lord!! What a blasphemy!