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John Sawtelle  |  Brea, California
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Sermon1/10/15 6:00 PM
Nick from Flower Mound, Texas  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Nick
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The Sufficiency of Scripture
John Sawtelle
“ Scripture is Supreme ”
What a blessing it is to be able to access profitable teaching from all over! Thank you for posting this as it was very helpful. This is one of those verses I've thought of so often, that you forget how important it is. Every thing that points me away from the world and back to His Word is a good thing.

Sermon12/1/14 10:10 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great message! Needs to be spoken in the Reformed churches And parents also.

Sermon8/8/14 7:36 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Rev. Sawtelle, I really enjoy year messages and have particularly enjoyed the series on infant baptism and the Westminster Divines. Please keep up the good work of God and may I request more Reformation history. Thanks, Kevin Alawine - deacon Bailey PCA, Bailey, Mississippi

Sermon5/31/14 7:47 AM
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“ Great Broadcast ”
I tried to stay and reform a Baptist church... It didn't go well. This would've been great to have 5 years ago. Hope it helps others that are in the boat I was.

Sermon5/30/14 1:28 PM
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No Graven Images
John Sawtelle
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Being raised Catholic images were everywhere, and present in the Baptist churches on a smaller scale. They were creeping into the PCA church I was at as well, though many didn't agree. Thankful God has brought me along to realize the error of images. Thank you for sharing.

Sermon7/18/13 2:00 AM
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Episode 13 | Gay Marriage
John Sawtelle
“ Good Message ! ”

Sermon6/12/13 4:35 PM
Rob Pineda from Central Florida  Contact via emailFind all comments by Rob Pineda
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“ Great Sermon! ”
I am one of those guys you were talking about...newly Reformed. I also happen to be on the pastoral staff at a Calvary Chapel. Thankfully, the other pastors are "almost" Reformed...they lean that way. Thank you for the message!!

Blog2/25/13 10:20 AM
John Sawtelle from Brea, California  Protected NameGo to homepageFind all comments by John Sawtelle
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Concerned Brother,

I am not sure that there was "more fear before the eyes" of Watts or Wesley than is the case with Metallica since both Watts and Wesley preached a false gospel and Watts was essentially a Unitarian. It seems that Scripture teaches judgment is worse for those who profess faith and reject Biblical teaching than it is for those who profess no faith at all (which I believe is the case for most of the members of Metallica at least at this time). As for the music a believer listens to during the week, it is not regulated by the RPW and we ought to allow for the fact that brothers and sisters in the Lord will have tastes that vary and we should not sit in judgment upon them if the music does not violate their conscience or the Law. As for whether the apostle Paul would like Metallica, I cannot say for sure, but I imagine he would find their music at least as good as Watt's paraphrases or Wesley's revivalistic hymns.

Grace and peace,

Sermon2/19/13 10:32 PM
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Institution of Marriage
John Sawtelle
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Excellent sermon. Thank you for the encouragement especially to our young people. Lord bless you, brother.

Blog2/17/13 5:10 PM
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You are right on there BWS!! Psalm singing here in Scotland has declined alongside doctrine and subsequently the church. The simple fact is that hymn singing is to replace Scripture with human effort and human entertainment, - works based worship?

Correspondingly we have watched the society decline into liberalism, during this same period, in so many other ways. For example justice and punishment has declined in the UK to "Justice and appease criminality." Which also relates to the negative and conciliatory style of todays preaching on sin. UnBiblical decline into worldliness.

Many of todays churches are entertainment venues using human style singing of human song - all to the rejection of the Word of God. Thus does the Lord not bless modern churches.

Blog2/17/13 4:58 PM
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This is a very important subject. But I
am shocked and disappointed that the
blogger in his blog confesses to liking
Metallica as favorite music. I believe
that is entirely contrary to what the
Psalms teach about the fear of God,
reverence, holiness, all of which stands
against the wickedness and culture of the
heathen world where "there is no fear of
God before their eyes". Would the
apostle Paul like Metallica? Would
David? Truly this makes liking Watts or
Wesley look much better. Are we to be
"unregulated" in principle the rest of
the week? This is a symptom of a bi-
frocated modern Pop Calvinism (New
Calvinism) which walks in a Facebook
world during the week but talks about the
Holiness and Justice of God, from the
Psalms, on Sunday.

Blog2/17/13 4:02 PM
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Very helpful and enlightening post! Most
do not even consider how church practice
has differed from the past and consider
it unimportant. But this demonstrates a
pattern that will worship in singing
leads to apostasy.

My grandfather was a pastor of a German
Reformed Church (who studied under
Warfield at Princeton) and their
denomination during the end of his life
turned to apostasy and liberalism (which
is the pattern of all churches that
decline into will worship) and his entire
extended family seceded from it and from
all reformed churches and fled for refuge
to (get this) fundamentalist (but
Arminian and creedless) churches typical
of the 20th century. Now the
fundamentalist churches have declined
into pop culture and have no firm
doctrines (except the incomplete listed
fundamental ones). The point is that the
leaving of exclusive Psalm singing leads
to decline in Doctrine and Practice and
total apostasy from the Word of God. It
replaces God's justice with a false
universal love and sentimentalism which
is superstitious will-worship of a very
different God than what the Bible
teaches, and a different gospel (with a
false universal love) which opposes God's

Sermon10/31/12 3:48 PM
John Stewart from Newtownabbey, County Antrim  Contact via emailFind all comments by John Stewart
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Enjoyed your message very much - it makes so many relevant points about being Reformed. Just a little sad that you seem to tolerate modern versions when God has preserved His word through the received text best represented in the KJ Authorised Version.

Ken Wimer
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