Great Sermon! I've noticed this sermon was preached in the year of 2002 we've since seen the seating of another pope, a Jesuit Pope; how incredibly prophetic was that?
I firmly believe this could maybe the last pope, not that I've believed what some so-called Malachi has said, but because of the Jesuit's agenda, Dr. Cairns makes that point very clear in his sermon.
I've seen the way this Jesuit is wooing world religions as one, his false piety, he comes on as a man of great humility, shunning opulence, thinking only of the poor and disenfranchised, nothing more than an elaborate smoke-screen shaded by the powers of darkness to dumb down the already apostate state of the Church.
Great truths. This is a good message about the sin and apostasy of Jeroboam, about the grace of God in converting Saul of Tarsus. Between minutes 19 an 25 the sermon is interrrupted by a fragment of one of Alan Cairns' sermons.
Most blessed sermon. One of the most blessed sermons I ever heard! Oh, what a Savior, what a sacrifice, what a salvation! My heart is moved, is humbled. How cold I am toward Him, toward such a love for me!
Powerful! What a great truth: we cannot speak about the glory of God if we are not contemplating God's glory! We cannot speak about the excellencies of God is we do not love God and His Word, if we do not love to stay in His presence!