The Bible must master our minds. Calvin's methods of interpreting the Bible. The Bible must master our minds. We have not to interpret the Bible in the light of what we want the Bible to say, but we must derive our thinking from the Bible. There are some inexactitudes in the presentation of Calvin's life: he was not converted when he was 18 years old, etc.
Great Sermon! What an enchanting voice he has! I found the following quote straight from the horse‚Äôs mouth (an SDA source about hell) to augment Rev. Goligher‚Äôs sermon:
‚Äú‚ÄėFire came down from God out of heaven and devoured‚Äô all the unsaved (Rev. 20:9). The very surface of the earth outside the city appears to melt, becoming a vast lake of fire for the ‚Äėjudgment and perdition of the ungodly men‚Äô (2 Peter 3:7). The ‚Äėday of the Lord‚Äôs vengeance‚Äô (Isa. 34:8), upon which He will perform ‚Äėhis strange act‚Äô (Isa. 28:21, KJV) of destroying His enemies, has arrived. Said John: ‚ÄėAnd anyone not found written in the Book of Life was cast into the lake of fire‚Äô (Rev. 20:15).‚ÄĚ (page 369 of the SDA published book Seventh-day Adventists believe‚Ä¶)
Looking at the issue from the other side Normally sermons about death look at it from our side where we are preparing for death. But this sermon turns it around and looks at death from Heaven's point of view. If you're not a Christian, this would be an interesting sermon to listen to and compare to what other beliefs say about death.
If you are going to die, listen to this sermon Death is the ultimate statistic, 1 out of 1, so you are going to die ... I encourage you to listen to this sermon now, before it is too late to listen to it. Time to get serious! If you are not a Christian and have found this sermon on the Internet, please listen to it and see what the true Christian faith has to say about this subject.
Urging you to listen ... Anyone who is involved in the prosperity gospel ought to listen to this sermon, since by their fruits you shall know them, and the fruit of the prosperity gospel in Budapest speaks for itself. I had never heard this story before, but it's a tragic one of how the true gospel was overshadowed by this false one. I also appreciate the fact that this sermon traces the prosperity gospel back to its non-Christian roots, through Hagin to Kenyon to "Park" Quimby. These non-Chrisitan origins are rarely mentioned, although this belief system is a cancer eating away at the heart of true Christianity. (And who is Steve Austin? Did he mean to say Joel Osteen?)
Don't miss this important sermon An important word from God for today about how to overcome sin and immorality in today's world through the gospel, and how Christians should have a higher standard even if it is unpopular. Excellent message - don't miss it.
Great Sermon! For Michael:
Acts 5:31 Him hath God exalted with his right hand to be a Prince and a Savior, for TO GIVE repentance to Israel, and forgiveness of sins.
Ephesians 2:8 For it is bt grace you are saved through Faith (And that Faith) is not of yourselves, it is a gift of God.
The Bible says that THERE IS NONE who seek after God. If one does, it is because they have been called of God and given repentance and Faith. Salvation if of The Lord. Even one who is able to obey, it is because God has regenerated him and given him the grace to obey. If we fail, we are responsible, if we succeed, all glory to God.
Outstanding God Given Truth!!! Absolute truth taught is this message
and there is no "BUT..." about it. It
is All of God or it is Nothing. If we have the faith to repent that is taught in this sermon it has to be God Given Faith just as taught by this
precious man of God.
Thank you Brother Goligher!!!
Great Sermon!... But ... We do have a part in our own Salvation...
We mustn't forget Christ does tell us things like Repent, (we can choose) and He tells us to Obey (again we can choose). But I understand that Grace is all of God.
And Repenting and Obeying cannot ever earn Grace.
ONLY! Salvation ONLY by grace. Anyone who is not a Christian ought to listen to this sermon and learn about the single distinguishing feature that makes Christianity unique among all the religions and beliefs of the world.
In-depth This text, Isa 1:18, is one of the Old Trrailblazer's favorite texts, and he has preached many a sermon around it - but the Bible has inexhaustible riches, and Pastor Goligher brings out this text in depth with a lot of background information and how it points to Christ.
Two good points in one sermon This sermon discusses the proper Biblical view of speaking in tongues (other human languages), as well as the fact of resurrection bodies, something that is often overlooked. When we are resurrected, the Bible clearly states we will have bodies, not be disembodied clouds or spirits. I recommend this to anyone who is confused about the Bible's position on the resurrected body.
Sabbath Comments Dear friends, it is obvious from reading the comment posted by Bruce M. that he was visited by other than SDA's - quite possibly by JW's. SDA's hold Jesus Christ in the highest regard, as He is co-equal and co-eternal with the Father (and the Holy Spirit). The Bible also describes God as Spirit (John 4:24 KJV). It is also noteworthy that the Sabbath was created by God before sin or Jews (Gen 2), kept before Sinai (Gen 16), and will be kept for eternity (Isa 66:22-23). If Truth is going to be presented - please ensure that it is the Truth. Be a true man of God and post this comment with the others on your web site.
Is there evidence? This sermon presents what the Bible says about the resurrection in a unique way. If you are skeptical, doubting, or wondering about the claims of Christ or the Bible, it's a challenge because the text presents the evidence, and the evidence corroborates the text. Listen to this and weigh the evidence for yourself. Look at it critically, like Thomas did.
Listen to the compelling gospel message... In an age where theology gets strange, and you hear such things as Jesus being born again in hell, this message is a clear, compelling presentation of what Jesus Christ accomplished on the cross, with sound theology. It's a great message for anyone confused by what is being said about the sacrifice and atonement of Jesus by so many voices today.