Great Sermon! Great sermon. This passage teaches a lot on the beauty of diversity in light of the Gospel. Two days after hearing the sermon, I found myself at a conference where I was worshipping with a very diverse group of fellow believers.
Dr Baucham nails it again! Dr. Baucham addresses a flawed view of the gospel - what it is NOT, and then what it IS. There are many people who misuse the term, sometimes intentionally. Another very powerful sermon by a strong man of God. You will be blessed by this message. Thank you!
Great Sermon! Everytime we hear Voddie do a sermon, we learn something new....and this message was no exception. Praise God for pastors like him. We need more just like him. This sermon is so informative.
Great Sermon! I have never heard the book of Daniel introduced and taught in such a clear and succinct way! I literally listen this sermon ALL day! Praise God for brother Voddie who once again blessed God's people with his obedience to the scriptures. I have truly been challenged through the series on Romans and I am looking forward to this journey through Daniel!
Great Sermon! Praise God for faithful Pastors who hold fast to the truth and proclaim it. My pastor just attended a conference with Pastor Voddie and as a result I now listen to him. The Lord add to His Kingdom thru his ministry. God bless you brother!
Here's the Thing I really enjoyed the sermon. But I do not believe that this sermon is in the same spirit as Kevin DeYoung's "Just Do Something." Dr. Baucham's sermon shows us how to walk in God's will of direction; Dr. Baucham is simply pointing out that the way we try to walk in the will of direction is many times in conformity to the spirit of the age (i.e., pagan.) God used this message to show me that I need not accept any inner urgings as God's leading without going to the authority of Scripture first. And I know that we don't always seek inner urgings to direct us; may times we also look to circumstantial evidence (i.e., spiritual bread crumbs) to supposedly direct us in God's will. But here's a question I've had. Doesn't God many times direct our steps through our desires and our feelings, provided those are in conformity to His revealed will? Also, when we're in God's will, don't we feel peace about it? By which, I mean clarity of conscience, not necessarily absence of conflict.
Israel Many important things to consider in this message. One thought on the conclusion - it cannot be by coincidence that Israel is a nation after nearly 2000 years. Please don't seek to downplay the Sovereignty of God in that regard. The land promises are from His own mouth as well.
Great Sermon! "Homosexuality refers to relations between men or between women who experience an exclusive or predominant sexual attraction toward persons of the same sex. It has taken a great variety of forms through the centuries and in different cultures. Its psychological genesis remains largely unexplained. Basing itself on Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of grave depravity, tradition has always declared that "homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered." They are contrary to the natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved." -CCC 2357 [http://www.scborromeo.org/ccc/para/2357.htm]