The GOD of the Bible! not for the faint-hearted, but totally Scriptural. please, please, please, beg God to show you Himself as you listen to His Word proclaimed in this sermon...this is not hyper-calvinism, it is truly Biblical Christianity.
Great Sermon! Highly recommend listening to this sermon because there is so much to learn about God's servant, Moses; but most of all,it contains the awesome truth about the "Angel of the Lord", a great blessing to every child of the King.
Brian Bradley defends the Gospel In defense of the Gospel Mr. Bradley clearly distinguishes the difference between Rome/ecumenical babble and God's word thus driving us to Christ and away from man centered theology. Not your normal three ring circus church but instead God honoring.
A God-Honoring Sermon! Here is a message I hope you take the time to hear. Bro. Bradley proclaims the absolute sovereignty of grace, and shuns any false mixtures of "grace and works." He will not accept a carnal, easy-believe religious experience ‚ÄĒ the mere "accepting the Lord," as practiced by most evangelism today, is not bringing people to Christ. Bro. Bradley points out the way in this wonderful message on SOVEREIGN GRACE. This type of preaching is needed today, and we praise God for the faithful voice of Brian Bradley! HEAR HIM, and may the LORD add His blessing. Amen!
Why do Covenant people depise prophets? I always enjoy listening to sermons on the Book of Jonah, as it magnifies the Grace, Mercy & Sovereignty of our God. However, I do not think that we are so wise that we should claim to undertsand Gods will better than this Prophet. A Prophet with such an intimate relationship with God would know that his flight was futile. I feel the truth of the Peace that Jonah has in the ship, his statement of faith to the Mariners, his prayer of assurance from the belly of the fish, the Fatherly discourse the Lord has with him, and the good fruit of repentance by Mariners and Ninevites alike should circumvent excessive accusations against Jonah for the sake theological showboating. But as it is written, Which of the prophets have not your fathers persecuted?
Its an unfair accusation to imply Jonah was prejudice. Jonah is never told to cry for repentence. Jonah is left with, the complete destruction of Ninevah or he is a false prophet. Jonah couldnt understand how he could be a false prophet and still be an honorable vessel in the kingdom of God, and thats why he possibly fled. I saythis because of his pity on the gourd. I quick reread of Kings 13 is in order.
Heart-Searching! Here is a message that is greatly needed, a most solemn searching of the heart. In a day of easy professions, we find that true conversion is indeed very rare. May God use this message to awaken some people to the emptiness of what they count as their "salvation"!