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Excellent. Excellent sermon about the difference between the erroneous system of altar calls and the Bible teaching of inviting people to Christ. Excellent the arguments and the Bible references. The first 17 minutes are a testimony of someone else, after that follows the sermon by Ernest Reisinger.
Great Sermon! As I begin a teaching series on the COD, I am searching the web for useful expositions of this creed. Grateful to the Father of lights for your work!
May it be used to glorify the One to whom all salvation belongs!
God's punishment and forgiveness. The sermon of exposition on the Book of Hosea starts at the 22nd minute of this message, the first 21 minutes are an excerpt of the same message. To listen to the whole 65 minutes means to listen twice to 21 minutes of the same message. But starting from minute 22 means to listen to the normal entire exposition of the Book of Hosea.
Great encouragement. A plea for maintaining our beliefs in the face of the surrounding unbelief of our society. Christ's Word is truth and we must continue to believe in it and to proclaim it. There is a pause in the message from minutes 27 to 33, after that the message continues where it was interrupted.
Cry for God. The text for this sermon is Psalm 80, not Psalm 8. A message of encouragement for a distressed people of God, who remembers the blessing of old times and who looks in desperation to the present desolation. The God of covenant is the only hope of the people of God - He will forgive and restore His people.
Great Sermon! Dr. Carrick. Thanks so much for this sermon message. I am a Westminster Seminary student and I am going to share this message with members of the Westminster Preaching Club. It is so needed.
Jomo K. Johnson
A Good and unique Sermon and Experience! In this message one can learn some of the heart throb of Evangelist Barnard. His touching description of his father's death, then his story about the death of Evangelist T. T. Martin and later of his nephew ‚ÄĒ all will surely touch your heart deeply.
We thank God for such messages that seem to reach across the chasm from this sin-cursed world to the Eternal Glory! Hear it and be encouraged!
Great Lord of the Church. The real text of this sermon is Revelation 1:9-20. The exalted Christ brings encouragement to His persecuted churches. The sovereignty and majesty of our Lord strengthen Christians. There are repeated mentioning of the persecuted church in China, who, in that time, had no right to gather together to worship Christ.
Wonderful!4948 Moving story of forgiveness, of a love for lost souls! Great Christian witness a of man who led to Christ the murderer of his father and the parents of the murderer. Great is the grace of God working in the souls of men!
Other Considerations Hope this second comment will be worthwhile, for this is an important subject. There certainly is anti-Christian principles in Locke, Jefferson, and the Deistic founders, many of whom were in secret societies.
However, strict Calvinists, like Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and Patrick Henry, also were anti-federalists, who saw a usurpation in the Constitution, and opposed it on just grounds. Yet they also resisted the tyrannical, and ecclesiastic rule of the Church of England (many of them of persecuted Puritan heritage) in the American "revolution", which they saw as a "restoration" of their right to religious liberty to obey God and worship him freely, which was denied to their Calvinistic fathers, and drove them to the New World.
Interesting, Relevant Lecture! So the question is (and appears to be answered by American history and the U.S. Constitution), were Christians duped into supporting the Deists, like John Locke, and the "founding fathers", who were Masons and Deists, to establish THEIR IDEAL government and a Novus Ordo Seclorum?
Democracy is Humanism, and a government philosophy that does not recognize God, which actually led to the so-called American Civil War, Northern Liberalism vs. Southern Calvinism (which too much admired Greeks, ironically, with idolatry, architecture, and philosophy), which let to the Babylonian Captivity of the South by the Yankee liberals and humanists crying "emancipation". Abolitionism then led to feminism, all of which are communistic philosophies, which Democracy actually is.
Democracy is the political philosophy of the UN which is anti-Christian, but is based in New York City, America's Babylon and power center.
Relevant Doctrinal Q & A by Pipa! During the second half of this Q and A Joseph Pipa answers and discusses the topic of Justification, Forgiveness, and imputation of righteousness (Christ's righteousness), where he draws a hard line against others in view, i.e. Steve Wilkins, et al.
The Sermon Audio messages by Benjamin Keech, a four part message on the "Marrow of Justification", which deals with the imputation of Christ's righteousness, which is different than remission of sins (and raised its head first among Puritans, Baxterism, etc.) would be well worth listening to.
And yes, that excellent Baptist Keech provides the great help to Presbyterians who ridicule anti-paedobaptism, even though Pipa says he does not recognize infant baptism of Catholics or Russian Orthodox, which is more consistent with the scripture, and Baptists, who insist that Faith is necessary for true baptism to mean anything or be a baptism into Christ.
Real Christian life. We need a right doctrinal foundation, but also to live experientially these doctrines; the price for this ia s disciplined life. I appreciate and I need these sermon by Ernest Reisinger: they always make me see my limitations, my weaknesses and my sins.
Great Sermon! A helpful word to young people! Amnon's 'love' for Tamar is a striking parallel to the lustful love promoted in the world. Pastor Chantry warns against such selfish dreams and points out that true love involves a sincere knowledge of the beloved and a desire to give up one's self for them.