Setting the Scene Thank you for taking the time to comment on the sermon - Setting the Scene - the first in a series on the book of Judges.
The book by Gary Ingrig's was very helpful, including the title, and Denis Lyle Ministries are happy to recommend the book for further reading. When preparing for the series on Judges much research was done from numerous sources and Gary Ingrig's book was one such source. As one preacher used to say - 'I milk many cows, but I produce my own butter'.
'Hearts of iron feet of clay' This series seems to be the same as the book "Hearts of iron, feet of clay", by Gary Inrig.
It is a wonderful book published by Moody press, and I am sure it can be obtained from any good Christian bookstore.
Great Sermon! Thank you for such an interesting and thought provoking message on the film - 'The Passion of the Christ'. It has provided much food for thought and highlighted many things I was unaware of. I would encourage others to listen to this too.
Great Sermon! Mass is another example of how Rome has replaced the biblical doctrine with its false substitutes. Calvary has been replaced by the sacrifice of the altar, the Lord Jesus Christ has been replaced by a wafer god, the final authority if the Bible has been replaced by the authority of the popery. The list goes on and on. I thank God the Almighty that he opened my eyes and drew me and my family out of this blasphemous antichristian system.
The Biblical Perspective According to the Word of God, there is no additional sacrifice for sin necessary nor that God would accept other than the shed blood of Jesus Christ.
Heb 1:3 Who being the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person, and upholding all things by the word of his power, when he had by himself purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high;
Heb 10:12 But this man, after he had offered one sacrifice for sins for ever, sat down on the right hand of God;
A Very Passionate Sermon! A very passionate sermon indeed, spoken with great sincerity.
But as an RC myself, I have no problem accepting all that Rome teaches about the Mass.
To tell the truth, I think if it weren't that every moment of the day, somewhere in the world, the Sacrifice is Calvary is being reenacted in this unbloody manner, the world in its wickedness would have destroyed itself long ago.