Great Sermon! I wanted to say I'm getting a lot out of listening to your sermon on Revelations. I've spent less time looking at this part of scripture than any other, and I find it helpful that you've made these messages available.
Finding no way to email you, I also wanted to encourage you to take a Biblical look at the "Satan" doctrine. If you can provide me with a Biblical basis for a fallen angel from heaven, please do so. Isaiah is often misquoted, "the star of the morning", which is talking about King Nebuchadnezzar. There are a few other Biblical examples often used to promote the "Satan" doctrine, but for the sake of space I will leave it here and say feel free to email me in these regards. Thanks for the great sermon!
i was really blessed by this oh how i need to be more humble and meek. oh how i wish i would examine myself more. more the Lord bless my brethren and myself with a right view of ourselves. and oh how we would seek to emulate Christ and his meekness, gentlness, humility. i really needed to hear this, thanks.
Excellent This is what we need to return to. Plain preaching. In a time when many Reformed Baptist are questioning which way we should go. Let us be reminded of what we used to hold dear. Plain, puritan-styled preaching. I fear we no longer read our puritan forefathers. Let us return to our rich heritage. Thank you for uploading these important messages. May God bless them to the good of Zion and the glory of her King.
Men and women should listen This subject is truly a sacred cow in the church today. We have become such an immodest culture that no one blinks an eye or blushes at all the nakedness; not even amongst God's people. Some will label this legalism which is a pity for it is no such thing; rather it is a scriptural injunction for the purity and holiness of God's people.
I pray more men will be men and speak on this subject in such a loving and compassionate manner as Mr. Pollard does. And that elder women will pick up the charge to teach the younger women.
Great Sermon! The speaking on these tapes is so fast that it is absolutely impossible to keep up with. I appreciate the speaker but why loose a whole series or tapes that the church needs. Please if you would redo these.
Interesting. A discussion of Premillenial views among the Apostolic Fathers. The speaker argues that among them, few entertained Premillenial views, but most believed in a gold era of Christian influence over the world before Christ's return.