Great Sermon, but... The good pastor should have read a bit further in Exodus before condemning images outright. We need to weigh Ex. 20:3-4 with what it says at Ex. 25:18-20. The Lord's instructions to Moses in Numbers 21:8-9 should also be taken into account.
Here are Divine Principles of Worship! This is one of the messages that has had LASTING influence on my life. Having first heard it when Pastor Shelton preached it back in the early days, this timely word helped me to guard against the superficiality of most modern religion ‚ÄĒ built upon forms and traditions that the eye can see, not upon the precepts of the Word of God. Hear this message with a receptive heart and may God grant you to walk in the old paths of true New Testament Christianity!
Great Sermon! I thank God for Rev. Shelton and this particular sermon which has lead me, and convicted me, to gather my family together each night for the study of God's word and pray.
Oh for Pastors like Rev. Shelton who would once again turn the hearts of fathers to care for their children in prayer and worship at the FAMILY ALTAR.
This is needed. A message to search the heart! It is all-important that the man who is preaching the gospel must be one who has EXPERIENCED GOD'S GREAT SALVATION himself. The trouble in the present apostate condition of the average church is that the men coming into the places of leadership are still UNSAVED.
Powerful Sermon! How powerful and explosive is the liberty that God offers, to they trapped in the snare of the devil's chain. This preaching is needed in a world that believes not that sin is really that bad. Glory to God for God's Truth!
What a blessing! It is a blessing beyond compare to have the messages of the old saints of God who have gone along to Glory, such as Pastor Shelton SR, available for all to hear via SermonAudio.com ! May the Lord grant a rich blessing on the hearing of these messages by this modern means --- as He honored the word of Pastor Shelton over the air back in the 1950s. I was one sinner who was awakened under his ministry. God bless all concerned in putting these messages on the 'Net; and may you take the time to listen, my friend! A saved sinner by sovereign mercy, W. Fulton