Great Sermon! I highly recommend this sermon! The translation and exposition of these Psalms is edifying and encouraging especially for those struggling in some difficult providence. What a great God who causes us to thirst for him, by leading us into dry places for a time, all so that he might lavish on us his love and grace and so show us his all surpassing greatness.
Need for revelation. A message about the futility of seeking to explain God or life without starting from the revelation God gave about Himself. We can know God only from what He revealed about Himself, not from the reason of fallen men.
Biblical. The sermon is 1 hour long, followed by Q/A session. We must preach a whole Christ to the whole man. We must be honest in our evangelism, as Christ was, telling the people not only their rights in the Christian life, but also their responsibilities and the hardness of it.
Restoration. Here there are 2 messages connected: the first covers the first 6 chapters of the prophecy of Zechariah, the second the rest of the book. The great message of God's forgiveness and restoration.
Great Sermon! It is difficult to understand how anyone hearing this lecture could continue reading their manuscripts from the pulpit. I particularly liked the way Dr. Carrick drew upon the long history of great preaching in the church by quoting preachers of every generation back to the 15th century.
I have been teaching extemp preaching in the Kairos program at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN for the past 9 years and this lecture has inspired me to keep on teaching. My particular method is called Process Preaching and I recently published a book describing this method called SPEAKING THE WORD FREELY - Writing with Purpose, Preaching with Power.
Luther once wrote, "Where the oral proclamation of the Gospel ceases the people will revert to heathenism in a year's time. The Devil cares nothing about the written word, but where one speaks and preaches it, there he takes to flight."
Bible Translations I am not a "KJV only" individual, but I do hold to the Majority Text of Scripture as the most accurate reflection of the original autographs. Though I think the KJV is the best English translation we have, but I do recognize there are other translations that are cut from the same cloth as good translations as well.
Faithful to God. The title of the message is taken from the title of a book by Abraham Kuyper. Some Presbyterian churches adopted a new confession of faith, moving away from Scripture and from the legacy of their fathers. The message is a powerful call to be faithful to the old faith.
Great Talk! The story of how Dr. Rushdoony, through his Institutes of Biblical Law and other books, is calling Jurisprudence back to the science of law away from the study of man's imaginings.
Dr. Rushdoony was in the audience when this talk was given.
Dr. Titus is a graduate of Harvard Law school.
Sovereign God. Excellent study! Very rich, great biblical argumentation, responses to objections, application of doctrine. God is highly exalted by this doctrine and by the faithful presentation of it!
Well said... This is a very good message. I actually cried when I stopped to think about Tamar and how her life was destroyed by the lust of one man. But not for her alone, but for the countless other Tamar's out there who have been destroyed by men; many of them sadly in the church of Jesus Christ.
Men and woman, both young and old who are considering marriage should listen to this message. I do grieve how myself and those around me have been largely taught about "love" from our sordid culture and not God's word and his principles. Chick-flicks, romance novels, pin-up magazines and more have shaped our world view not only before we have come to Christ but tragically for many even after they come to Christ.
Due to this, and if we are honest, we all still carry a lot of very un-Scriptural baggage that governs our looking for a mate. Messages like this and our purging out of this leaven from our lives and heart will do much for not only those of us blessed to get married, but for the church as a whole and the next generation that follows our example.