Great Sermon! Good Study but his conclusions are off in part do to the miss use of some words which in the end he contradict himself from the beginning. Must read the Hebrew to catch this correct. The two seeds where his boys one became Israel and the other the life of Baal. The Covenant and the Common. Each Wedding is a covenant vow the 2nd one is to come. Can't get the cart before the Horse.... Still two trees, Life and Knowledge....The only way to know the difference is by living the instructions Yeshua wrote in both they are the same....
Great Sermon! This is one of the BEST sermons I've ever heard by far! I praise God that He's given this word for you to share. You lay it all out so simply it'd be hard to understand how someone could disagree. I've been trying to do my own study of the differences between Dispensational theology and Covenantal theology and this just further solidifies why I cannot agree with the Dispensational view. I've already linked this sermon to my facebook for all my Dispensational friends to hear. Thank you again for taking the time to study this matter out and sharing it with us.
Outstanding Sermon!!!!! Pastor Baucham, God Bless you for bringing the truth of revelation to us. Glory to God I have prayed for a deeper and clear understanding and I was led to your pages on SermonAudio. I am forever grateful. Great and Mighty works you have done for Our Lord God. The power of the Holy Spirit flows like His fresh living waters in your words. Praise God. Patti
Great Sermon! How sad it is that my husband denied me and our Lord as I homeschooled our three children he entered into and stayed in adultery with a woman for 14 years and planned two children with her. How sad that they will not have a father in truth and that our children missed his attention and time ..and he lost out on all aspects of our lives .Still married but he insists upon withholding love and affection.He stays in connection with the kids of the adultery and supports but hates the OW and we are in deep debt due to his incontinence...Thanks Voddie for plain speaking . Too bad he would not hear nor make repentant reconciliation while still in our marriage and home. He will not hear truth nor seek to be enabled to bring those children to Christ , The OW hates Christ.She knew he was married and I witnessed to her ..she intentionally had children to gain the money . She does not care for them well despite the great amounts of cash we give her over the amounts that the social services would require. It is a loss for all ...Please pray for us to keep strength in our walk no matter what he decides . our adult children remain unmarried with no dating . Virtue will win out in their case but it is sorrowful to observe his continued selfishness and hardness of heart
Great Sermon! What an inspiring sermon! A real eye-opener to the truth! So many of us do not like the truth, lies makes us feel more at ease in a psuedo way, which again accentuates our hatred for the truth!
Great Sermon! I needed that reminder to trust&obey I love listening to Voddie's sermons. I really needed to hear this one and more like it. Our pastor is going through Galations now, also much needed. I have realized how joyless I've become because I've been trying to measure up on my own, I haven't been trusting in christ's finished work on my behalf. Thank you Lord for your word. Thank you for your work. Thank you for pastors and teachers who actually teach the full gospel.
Great Sermon! This sermon was eye opening to my relationship with other believers. I do agree that real forgiveness is remembering what a person did to me but not holding that action against them. If someone wronged me and I forgave them, that doesn't mean if someone asked me about it that I wouldn't be able to recall it. It simply says yeah I remember and I love that person just the same anyhow.
Fantastic Perspective! Pastor Baucham has highlighted excellent points for the listener regarding adoption. It is so much bigger than wanting a child for selfish reasons. It is about the Gospel of Jesus Christ! A must listen sermon. It puts adoption into the perspective God meant it to have--a reflection of the great love of God. Cuts straight to the heart of the matter.
Innumerable I think the 144,000 sealed, is a literal figure of the number of Jews sealed. It seems to align with the prophecies of the spiritual revival of the Jews: Zec 12:10, Eze 39:17-29. It does not seem like the spiritual revival has taken place, so I think the 144,000 is a literal number that pertains to the future revival of the Jews. Also it doesn't make sense for John to give a literal, spelled out number, and for it to represent a symbolic number. John would've just went strait into saying "an innumerable multitude", and he wouldn't have spelled out the number sealed from each tribe. For example, someone says, "My boat has 7000 horsepower. The power is innumerable. It doesn't really have 7000 horsepower, the 7000 is symbolic of the perfection of the numbers of seas times 1000".----- If the 144,000 is a literal number, then the great multitude is a literal number as well. In Joel 2:32 it says whoever calls in the name of Jehovah is saved. If 1/3 of the world population makes it through the tribulation(Zec 13:8), then that's at least 2 billion people, which sounds alot more like an innumerable multitude.