Vital Message This message is a vital one for a day in which we see judgment coming upon countries (and churches)once secure and strong. May this lesson be heard in the ears of those who yet are full of self satisfaction and confidence in "chariots and horses", and of those who preach or even hint that God will somehow wink at sin. May the Lord in His great mercy yet hear our true repentence before we are utterly consumed.
Welcome teaching on difficult subject Pastor Brown has done a good job in explaining what the Bible says about death - a difficult topic, and one people may not want to hear, but it's important to understand what is going to happen after you die. In fact, one reason I became a Christian is that I was studying what world religions and philosophies said on this topic, and Christianity has the only true answer. Other religions offer ... nothing. It's good to have this series available, and I hope people will listen to it with an open mind and not be put off by the topic. If you're not a Christian, listen to these messages and contrast what they say with what your tradition says, and see which offers true hope or comfort.
Don't let the math scare you - this is great Don't let the title scare you, or the opening - this is a great sermon on God's grace and mercy to sinners even when it doesn't make sense to us, with a lot of Biblical examples. (The math is very simple: 2+2=11 in base 3 because in our base ten, 2+2=4, but in base 3, 4=3+1, so you write the 1 in the ones column, and carry the three to the threes column, where you have 1 three, so it's 11. Or, you could do it all in base ten and then use the change of base formula, but who wants to get out a slide rule for something this easy?)
Great Sermon! It was provedential to receive the Institute of Creation Research daily reading for June 3rd "There is "an innumerable company of angels" (Hebrews 12:22); beings of great power and wisdom (II Kings 19:35; II Samuel 14:20). They are not omnipotent, omnipresent, or omniscient, of course, since they -- like us -- were created by God, simply to obey God. "Bless the Lord, ye His angels, that excel in strength, that do His commandments, hearkening unto the voice of His word" (Psalm 103:20). etc."
Then hearing Rev Brown's sermon was highly instructive and a great blessing!
"If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you. Herein is my Father glorified, that ye bear much fruit." (John 15:7)
"And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief; for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you." (Matt 17:20)
"Jesus answered and said unto them, Verily I say unto you, If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall not only do this which is done to the fig tree, but also if ye shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; it shall be done. And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive." (Matt 21:21-22)
Benny Hinn is a fraud and in the Old Testament he would have been stoned for being a false prophet. It is easy to blame a "lack of faith" for death or other problems in someones life, but you can't defend your position without doing injustice to the word of God. Jesus never promised that we would be healthy, wealthy and wise if we just had faith. Faith is given to us by the Father, it is not something we manifest in our selves-He is the author and finisher of our faith. So I suppose that since Benny Hinn has such great faith he will never die! And was it the apostle Paul's lack of faith that resulted in his thorn in the flesh not being removed? Just defend your Benny Hinn style take on faith with the Word! This poor man went to Hinn with much faith and Hinn scammed him and then the blame goes on the dead man-how incredibly Christ like of you Hinnities.
I believe the man lost faith in Jesus and died. He doubted and listened to those around him. Benny Hinn is not responsible for his death. There are occasions when the health service actually kill people faster...and that is a fact! My point is why blame Benny Hinn due to a lack of faith and resentment...to whom? God?
A Blessing This excellent sermon is on the topic of sin in the believer's life, so it's already a controversial subject in many mainstream/"mega" churches, added to which the text is from one of the "imprecatory" psalms.
Dear believer, do you sometimes get frustrated about unanswered prayer or a seemingly fruitless Christian life, as do I? Please hear this message from Mr Brown, and you will be blessed by God's word. This series would also be good to send to anyone you know in the doldrums, or who attends any type of "church" where the full counsel of God is not preached.
A great series Pastor Brown's series on pivotal Old Testament prayers is a great study. This one, about an important and well-known psalm, is an installment about an important prayer that strips away everything and gets to the heart of each person who comes before God.
Excellent In a day where some who profess Christ hold to the view that not all the Bible, or even most of it, is applicable to today's Christian, this sermon will enliven and quicken.
Mr Brown's text and his exposition of it reveals the Source of our guidance, and it isn't man deciding what book or verse applies to us, for indeed all 66 books do. Praise the Lord for faithful and God-honouring preaching.
Rare to find solid Biblical teaching on angels... A welcome sermon which tells us what the Bible says about angels - and it's very different than what pop culture and tradition says! Reliable, Bible-based information on angels is hard to find. If you're searching the Internet for information about angels and came across this sermon, please listen to it with an open mind (and open Bible) and get the truth.
Quick! Listen to this study This is a fantastic Bible study on the quickening power of the Holy Spirit and how the Spirit uses the Word of God. There are so many scripture references that I encourage people to use the pause button and turn to them, or have a pad and pencil handy, since the study is fast-paced. I benefitted from going through these scriptures and seeing how the Lord saves and quickens a sinner.
Packed With Value This message is the opener in a series from Rev Brown at the Wed night Prayer Meeting at LFPC, and I already know I will be hearing the rest of these DV.
This sermon is packed with the most valuable information from God's word on the topic of prayer, and is strongly recommended for all, especially those caught up in "name it and claim it" and/or Arminian man based theology. May the Lord be gracious to save at the hearing of His word.
This is one of those must-listen sermons - A+ What if there was a disease that everyone had, and no one would talk about? If you realized you had it, people would just tell you it was in your mind. And what if everyone who ever lived would die of this disease, and there was a cure, but almost no one would talk about it? The Bible clearly shows us, and it takes little effort to prove empirically, that everyone has the disease of sin. Pastor Brown shows us the reality of the disease, but doesn't stop there - he shows us the one person, Jesus Christ, who did not have the disease, and who provides us with the eternal cure! If you have not experienced this cure freely offered by Christ, listen to this sermon and examine yourself in light of it - do you have the disease, and do you want the cure?
I dont know why this is even a problem. If you must know we are called to call out and let the light shine. When someone is teaching heresy we are to stand up against it. We are to show people the err of their ways. Paul went and handed a man over to Satan so that he would not be taught to blaspheme and there are several other areas in the Bible where we are told to stand for truth. We are allowed to call a skunk a skunk actually. The Scriptures do not ever ever ever use nice words to describe those that are false teachers and neither are we. Yes we pray and love but since when is rebuking and discipline not a part of love? Have we lost our discerment?