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Berean Baptist Church
Pastor Sean Harris  |  Fayetteville, North Carolina
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Sermon8/6/15 4:01 AM
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“ pt 3 ”
Why wouldn't these demigod/mutant/hybridsapiens be found in the lineage of Jesus, to muck up the humanity of the Messianic hope? There are some who believe that was why the flood was needed (i.e., to keep Noah's human bloodine pure for Jesus). What if you are born of a person who was possessed and you're part angle? Seriously! On one hand your human parent is part of the corporately condemned in Adam, given many chances for salvation, and still saved even after you fall into sin. Meanwhile, the rest of your DNA is that of an inhuman kind that starts out with God's grace, but will lose it forever with no hope of redemption and be judged by the elect humans.  Would you be judged as a human or an angel? Did Christ die for them?  When we see demons begging to be cast into pigs it seems that they need a body to posses if they hope to engage physically upon the earth, but it does not seem like they can make themselves a body to use et al.  Anyway, I said that to say this: You have to overlook a lot more Scripture to presume Peter and Jude thought Gen 6 was about angels without calling anyone angles in Hebrew. It looks more like these particular sons of God belong to the line of humans after Seth. Sorry, but that was a long dialog and with 3 opinions to be addressed.

Sermon8/6/15 3:58 AM
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“ part 2 ”
Do spirits have flesh and bone?  Not as Jesus puts it in Luke 24:39, and if they somehow did have such bodies demons could pull off a faux resurrection and turn our Lord's resurrection into a pyrrich victory. Do spirits have creative power, have DNA, or create seed, (and can they even reproduce after there own kind)?  Not according to Col. 1, Heb. 1, and John 1. That sovereignty belongs to Jesus. Can anything reproduce anything not after its own kind? Not according to Gen 1. Are we confident angels won't do this breeding today?  Can a possessed man produce offspring such as the nephilim or a giants? Something often assumed by readers of Gen 6. Were nephilim around during the mixed breeding or just a result of it? The text says that the fallen ones, whomever they are, were on the earth at that time and after, but it doesn't say they were the offspring of the sons of God and daughters of men, per se. The nephilim were possibly another demographic all together and were on the earth as well as the parties called the sons of God and the daughter of men like any other demographic.

Sermon8/6/15 3:54 AM
Richard Luciano from nc  Find all comments by Richard Luciano
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Aren't Gen 4, 5 & 6 supposed to be read together? If we ignore the unnatural chapter breaks we can see the mention of those calling on the name of the Lord. What are people whom worship God, namely the people of Israel, called by in Hosea 1? Sons of God. It's a little off the topic, but why did you three abandon the part that Jude wrote about the unbelieving Egyptians (along with the angles and people of Sodom) as examples of "these" in hell?  All of whom defile the flesh, reject authority, and speak evil of dignitaries according to the following verse.  Not that far off the topic is that we know, in the overall context of Scripture, Satan was not alone in abandoning God, so we cannot assume all the angles fell in Genesis 6 and/or that these are the only ones referred to by Peter or Jude. Why was God only grieved over humans in Gen 6 and not grieved over the angelic kind being they are fallen ones (no pun intended by that being a literal translation for nephilim)? Seems like it's assuming they are angels when they're are not angelic. At the heart of the topic we have to ask ourselves a few questions...

Sermon8/5/15 1:02 AM
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“ Parallels ”
Isn't Genesis 6:1-5 a summary and consequence of Cain's wanderings in Nod in Genesis 4:13-24? Cain was driven out "from the presence of the LORD" and "knew his wife." Cain is referenced in 1John 3:12 as a child of the devil (much like the Jews in John 8). Cain's wife must be one of the "daughters of man" (literally daughters of ADAM possibly through Seth). Cain's son Enoch built a city (which may have been the earth's first city). Cain's great great great grandson Lamech may have been the first to practice polygamy and made a "gangsta" rap song touting his murderous exploits. One of his wives bore a son (Jabal) who was the first to be a tent dwelling cattle herder. His brother (Jubal) was an inventor and player of musical instruments. Lamech's other wife bore a son (Tubalcain) who was the first metallurgist. The point is that all of these offspring are evil geniuses; "mighty men" of "renown." Today we would call such men "giants" (Genesis 6:4). One of the Hebrew definitions of Nephilim is "bully" which would certainly fit Cain's line. Imagine the ancient world populated by a majority of evil geniuses whose thoughts of their "hearts "evil continuously." If only 3 evil spirit-filled men will control the world in the end times (Rev 16:13-14) imagine the world in Noah's day!

Sermon8/4/15 4:13 PM
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“ Why not now? ”
if Angels and humans had children in the past why don't we see it happening after that? Was it only a special kind of angel that no longer roams the earth? Did God neuter the Angels after this episode? Sadly, I think this is just one of those topics we will never fully understand and because of that it can just get weird.

Sermon8/4/15 11:38 AM
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Both Scofield and John MacArthur interprets Matt 16:28 refers to Matt 17:1-2. MacArthur translate "kingdom" to mean "royal splendor". If this is correct, and Christ is saying in Matthew "Son of man coming in his royal splendor". And in Mark and Luke, Christ is saying "until they see the kingdom of God after it has come with power in Mark or as in Luke "until they see the kingdom of God. It seems to me but anyone can exegete Matt 16:28, they have to be reconcile Mark and Luke? I will be listening to your teaching on Wed.

Sermon8/4/15 7:53 AM
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I previously posted a question on Matt 17 about after 6 days or on or about 8 days (Luke). After thinking about it, I think I understand, after 6 days could mean 7 or 8 and on or about 8 could mean 7 or 8. Just proves further that this was Spirit inspired writing of 4 individuals, they didnt copy each other or compared notes.

Sermon8/1/15 10:49 AM
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Whither the Southern Baptists?
Sean E. Harris
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“ Great Discussion ”
Just add another thought to your News in Focus discussion, if I may. Taking verses out of context or applying them where they dont apply, is not this where rightly dividing the word of God applies. 2 Peter 3:9 is always the first one I think of.

Sermon7/30/15 11:03 PM
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Whither the Southern Baptists?
Sean E. Harris
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“ Great Discussion ”
Gen 12:3, John 3:16 and 2 Chronicles 7:14, 3 of the most misunderstood or verses that are taken out of context.

Sermon7/30/15 10:18 PM
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Whither the Southern Baptists?
Sean E. Harris
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Bravo, brothers. Helpful discussion, especially in the last 10 minutes on Israel and the end times. Also appreciate the objectivity on American history and Russell Moore positions.

Sermon7/30/15 9:22 AM
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“ Some are doing it right ”
Found this interesting: Rick Warren – Saddleback Church Has made tens of millions off his book sales (it could be in the hundreds). However… Warrenhas made so much money that in 2005 he repaid all of his 25 years of salary to the church & stopped taking any new salary. He and his wife give away 91% of their income to charity. Rick is the only one doing it right – in my opinion. http://www.patheos.com/blogs/paperbacktheology/2012/01/fleecing-the-flock-a-snapshot-of-americas-richest-pastors.html Thanks

Sermon7/27/15 7:08 PM
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Cochran Prepared For Suffering
William J. Sturm
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Sensativity skin! That is hilarious! Can I use that? With proper citation of course.

Sermon7/27/15 9:08 AM
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But, the question remains, where and who are the 10 lost tribes (lost to us but not to God). If you interpret scripture literally, where it is plain teaching, then Ezekiel clearly states the regathering of ALL 12 tribes (future). So they are out there. But, if you believe on replacement/covenant theology, they do not exist anymore.

Sermon7/26/15 8:42 PM
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Glenn Beck is a self-serving Mormon, who is depending on his works to make him a God one day, with his own planet.

Sermon7/25/15 8:46 AM
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“ Combatting the black helicoptors ”
Thoroughly enjoyed the discussion. Some of the things evangelicals are willing to swallow still amazes me. Willing to take their theology from a heretic instead of digging through the Word of God and measuring their ideas against proven orthodox doctrine and men of God. Thank you gentlemen for dismantling this absurd notion.

Sermon7/25/15 8:02 AM
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“ Thank you for your faithfulness ”
People today are so ready to give anyone a pass who says they are speaking for the LORD. Thank you for reminding us that the LORD, who moved men under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to write His Word and called us to be wise as serpents yet gentle as doves, calls us to use discernment when men come proclaiming to be from Him. We are to be good Bereans. Thank you for taking a stand on the Word of God in a time where measuring someone words against Scripture is, by todays culture, mean and hateful. Everyday we see more and more, 2 Timothy 4:3,4 and Romans 1:18-32 being played out.

Sermon7/24/15 4:18 PM
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“ Interesting, but I disagree on some points ”
I think many modern believers have an oversimplified take on the separation of Church and state. I don't think it is wrong to allow clerks to opt out of issuing liscences. I'm very tired of Christians using the "logic" of lesser evils justifying greater ones (such as if you marry divorcees you should marry gays or if you bake Halloween cakes you should bake for any LGBT cause). By this rationale no sin should ever be reproved, for we all pick and choose battles to a point. We need strength, not excuses. There is never anything wrong with taking a godly stand, despite past failures. Anyway, may God bless everyone. Thank you for broadcasting.

Sermon7/21/15 12:21 PM
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..Pastor Sean should bring this message to every believers household around the world.It was that good. And important! It is so easy to be decived..

Sermon7/21/15 12:17 PM
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Very well presented message. Pastor Sean should bring this message to every household aground the

Sermon7/14/15 9:14 AM
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Can God?
William J. Sturm
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“ Reply to Walter ”
I am just amazed at how many years I have read this without really reading it.

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