Great Sermon! One of the most honest and raw expressions of a realistic biblical response to real life issues that you'll find. I appreciate the total transparency of feeling and emotion within struggles along with the honest and compelling challenge for us to respond to God's promises with a faith that's neither cheap nor easy, but rather involves a heartfelt wrestling to trust God.
When God takes men like this and compels them to lay it all out on the altar, we don't only get a sermon, but a beckoning from God Himself.
Excellent Message I really enjoyed this message. It was an encouragement. I have been listening to Dr. Paisley since the creation of SermonAudio. He has fought the good fight. Dr. Greenâ€™s message on the Welsh revival is also worth a listen. http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=11300444924
Great Sermon! Wow so happy to find this speaker on here he spoke at my church years back at lighthouse baptist in Edmonton Alberta and I had three discs of sermons of him which I really like and so happy to discover all these!! Awesome! Love your style of preaching Morris praise god!
Great Sermon! Thank you for his marvelous exposition of the mystery of suffering
And that it must never negate the depth and reality of gods love,
Truly, to me a life changing perspective , on walking by sight
I love you bro, remember: Christ First Addressing the end of the sermon:
1 Corinthians 10:15
We are not to take what you say as absolute truth, you are not God. If I took what every preacher said as absolute truth there would be so so many contradictions.
Addressing 1 Corinthians 14:34:
When speaking of the law Paul was referring to
the Roman law, and that we are to obey the laws of the land (Romans 13:2). It is also speculated that this and Parts of Romans 11 were added later.
I agree with you that we should not conform to the patterns of this world (aka sin). But where do you draw the line? The music behind hymns was originally bar music... So if we are to be avoiding creating music that sounds like secular music, we should avoid hymns too. I believe that no matter what genre of music you play you're gonna find a secular counterpart that sounds the same but has ungodly lyrics. Personally I listen to a lot of Christian Metal and what I see again and again is nonChristians making comments like "I love the music but I hate the lyrics". The world hates it for one reason and one reason alone, because it glorifies God. Is it wrong to make good sounding music? God wants our best right? Shouldn't we give him our best music?