Great Sermon! Brother Roger gives us a good overview of the clash between the world and God in understanding and living our lives. To the secular world, everything is mechanistic without any deeper sense of meaning, but to us as God's children, we
have a view that let's us see the value of morals and principles as offered in the Holy Scriptures. We have a positive future, they unfortunately don't see any.
Great Sermon! As someone spending his life defending the most vulnerable in Africa I was deeply blessed and encouraged by this sermon. The wealth of Scripture was so well used beautiful! Thank you.
Great Sermon! This sermon talks about cattle that are so diseased that they have to be dragged to the place where they can be slaughtered. The sermon says these cattle are fed to our children but the USDA ruled 10 YEARS AGO in 2003 that downed (non-ambulatory) cows CANNOT be slaughtered for human consumption. Those downers don't get into our food supply....they are rendered for use in soap, tallow, pet foods, etc. there have been plenty of undercover videos of slaughter facilities that show downers and inhumane treatment of them and other cattle, which is bad enough, but we don't eat them. Downers aren't even allowed in the auction houses. In Canada it's even illegal to TRANSPORT downer cows or any other animal in bad enough shape such that transportation would be inhumane.
Great Sermon! This sermon rocked my world! It fill me with gratefulness and hope. It reminded me that when I read the Bible, I am having an encounter with the Living God. I am engaging God!!
Quicken me, Lord!
Great Sermon! Pastor Wagner, thank you so much for preaching this sermon and addressing the growing problem of reformed churches limiting Christ's Lordship. You, your family and Bayview OPC are in our prayers!
Great Sermon! Absolutely one of the best sermons on the Resurrection that I have ever heard! Pastor Wagner brings the Word to bear in a convincing and compassionate way. If you think you know the story of the Resurrection, think again. Thanks to the folks at Bayview for making this sermon available.