Great Sermon! I read this book a few years ago. Unique topic and perspective that is commonly not heard. Pastor McCormick did an excellent job presenting the important points of the original author. One is left with an increased knowledge of God's justice but also of his great mercy toward his elect children.
Great Sermon! This sermons sums it up all, great and truthful. I hope the people who calls themselves men of GOD take heed as to what they teach the flock of GOD, because on jusgement day I hope the LORD will not find any stuttering. Thank you. Blessings to you Pastor Borill.
Dear Mr. Borill and edl, Interesting article. I find so many "religious" friends I have no appetite for the truth revealed in Holy Scripture, and though at times it can be overwhelming, I am reminded by Christ's own word, that we are not above our Teacher...He received reviling and hatred from men who refused the truth...I am praying for edl that God would grant him mercy and that his blind eyes would be opened for the glory of the RISEN KING! For I too was blind (by doctrines of men-Roman Cath) but now I see, through His Word, the Holy Spirit and the faithful preaching from a true undershepherd. Praise be to God for those who are bold with the faith, once delivered!!AMEN
I apologize if you didn't understand my comment and hope you didn't take it to mean that I had made a judgment regarding Rev. Spurgeon's eternal salvation, which of course could only be made by God. By the way, where in the Bible can I find support for the Reformation, the authority of its leaders, the authority of "Scripture Alone," and salvation by "Faith Alone." Also, do you regard Rev. Spurgeon as an authority on faith? If you do, why? And one last question: How do you know the Bible is the "Word of God?" Thank you for taking the time to consider these questions.
What!!!! Sturgeons can think!!!!!! There is something 'fishy' about all of this...and this ain't Denmark! Quit your carping about the Mackerel Snappers just for the Halibut before you begin to flounder.
Reply to edl: re: Spurgeon's thoughts on Roman Catholicism
I do not wonder that when you are no longer with us, you will not be able to ask him your self, because you will be where the beast and the false prophet are, and not where Mr. Spurgeon is. 2 Thess. 2:11-12
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