Revelation 3:15-16 I believe Revelation 3:15-16 is really saying "I wish you were either for me or against me" because He says "no one can serve two masters". I think He's saying "because your lukewarm and I don't know who you serve, I'm going to vomit you out of my mouth".
No one can serve two masters, and because you half heartedly serve God and half heartedly serve Satan, I'm going to vomit you out of my mouth. The greatest commandment is to serve God with your whole mind, heart, soul, and strength, and I would rather you serve God with your everything, or not at all.
I wish you served me a beverage that was either hot or cold, and because you give me a lukewarm drink, I'm not going to accept it.
Great Sermon! Pastor Baucham thank you very very much for a truely great sermon. This sermon shook me to my bones, EVERY word spoken in this sermon is powerful and eye opening.I praise and thank our Heavenly Father for this sermon. Thank you very much Sermon Audio for your great service, for giving the world access to powerful men of Our Heavenly Father like Pastor Baucham. May God Bless You all.
Truth we So Need to Hear and Apply to our Lives Brother Voddie, Thank you for this message that is wonderfully deep in content, especially considering the perilous times we are living in when we are so often and sorely tempted to compromise, to sell Chrit out to get along with the world that hates Him and tone down any real convicting preaching of the Truth of Christ and what He says to us through His Word and by the Holy Spirit, where sinners would truly be confronted with their sin and guilt and the reality of the Son of God, the only One who can save them from their sins, as He is. We certainly need more preaching like this in our churches today.
Great Sermon! My husband and I returned home yesterday from the THSC Conference changed people. Thank you for your service to Jesus Christ. I am going to continue listening to your Revelation sermons. This book is too often neglected!
I needed that Thank you again, Voddie. It truly is all about Who *He* is and understanding the reality of why we worship and what worship is from a Scriptural definition. As Job 36:5 says, "Behold, God is mighty." He is, and as you said, my brother, we do not do God a favor by showing up. May our worship truly be acceptable in His sight, for it is worthless if it is not.
Great Sermon! Clearest explanation of how and how not to judge according to the Word of God that I have ever heard. I now feel that I have the correct knowledge of God's will in this area and I will act accordingly! Thank you Dr. Baucham for serving the Lord so excellently.
Great Sermon! What a great sermon this was! I'm unmarried, but I wanted to listen to it anyway. The words he spoke were very convicting and very true. I am so happy one of my friends told me about this message and that I took the time to hear it.
One thing missing... A thought about this message: while listening to Dr. Baucham explain about avoiding the spirit of this age and avoiding the spiritualism of doing things such as just diving randomly into the Bible in order to find messages, it would have been interesting had Dr. Baucham touched on the life of Augustine, primarily his conversion, which as as a result of that same type of spiritual revelation via "take up and reading"....