Great Sermon! Dear Brother,
I read your article on Exclusive Psalmody and was greatly blessed by its clarity. We are a Reformed Baptist Church which since its inception has been committed to this practice. May God continue to bless your ministry for His glory.
Great Sermon! Great sermon need more preachers like this . Unfortunately to many conservatives . I've come out out of catholism and can't understand why Presbyterian s are running into pagan worship . How can the Protestants say that catholism is wrong but come this time of year celebrate it as the Roman Catholics do .
Appreciate your attention to this Scripture You cover the topic quite thoroughly. However, other than the context of Paul addressing public worship services as his topic here...how can you say that it means specifically only in public worship services?
Great Sermon! I do love to listen to Pentecostalists claiming that a sign of being baptised in the Spirit is speaking in tongues. Always makes me smile. Paul wished that all that heard him spoke in tongues (1.Cor.14.5), and on the day of Pentecost foreign languages were heard (Acts.2.8-19), so many kinds "of voices" (1.Cor.14.10).
The book of the Acts remains history, and confirmation of the Old Testament, not teaching in the way that Pentecostalists would have it to be seen, many of which are rich and yet do not follow Peter (Acts.3.6). "Silver and gold have I none", now translated private jet and mansion have I.
Great Sermon! This is an important sermon, and if anyone doubts that there are rival law orders seeking to impose themselves on this nation, I invite you to listen to an intriguing edition of the radio broadcast Crosstalk, entitled, "The Gradual Insinuation of Islamic Law into Society," which can also be found on SermonAudio.com. God bless!
Great Sermon! The Westminster divine, Daniel Cawdrey, reminds us of what early Protestant and Reformed theologians thought of the Jesuits:
[‚Ä¶] Papists, home-born Papists, who are vipers that most unnaturally have endeavoured to eat through their mother‚Äôs bowels. Not their nature only, but their Religion also, teaches and allows them for the Good of the Catholic cause, falsely so called, not to spare their own native Country, their own kindred, Brothers, Fathers, no not of their own Religion. To blow up Parliaments, to ruin Cities, Countries, Kingdoms, is their ordinary work. Especially of those, whom they call Jesuits, the Bellows of Hell, the Incendiaries of Christendom, at this day. The Curse of God is upon them fearfully for arrogating their Name from Jesus, which signifies a Saviour, and is impropriated to the Son of God: Thou shalt call his name Jesus. These men, that call themselves Jesuits, are, by the just judgement of God upon them, Destroyers of Cities, Countries, Kingdoms, and might far better take their name from him, who is called in Hebrew Abaddon, and in Greek Apollon, but signifying a Destroyer. Revel. 9. 11.
Daniel Cawdrey, The good man a public good. A sermon preached to the honourable House of Commons, at the late solemn fast: January 31, 1643 (London, 1643), pp
Great Sermon! This is an excellent sermon and truly speaks to today's Church, as well as teaching us about King Hezekiah, National Covenanting and what is true obedience to our God. May the good Lord continue to bless us with good, solid, sound preaching by Pastor Schwertley, and may he bless the Schwertley family for their faithfulness to His word.
Great Sermon! Another great job by Brian Schwertley.
I have listened to a few of Brian Schwertley's messages. I have never heard a person that is coughing and clearing his throat more than Brian. Gets a little distracting when he does it so often; it is a bit odd for a public speaker such as Brian. Perhaps he was ill with a cold each message I heard his speak‚Ä¶
Awesome! great sermon on the topic of theonomy. The good the bad and the ugly! I like pastor Schwertley because he's confessional, whereas many reconstructionalists are anti-confessional and independent.
Truth This is the most thorough and informative teaching on christmas and biblical worship that I have found. Thank you, Mr. Schwertley, for boldly speaking the truth, and standing for righteousness and holiness when few others are willing to do the so. May our King bless you immensely.
timely corrective to creeping Zionism While I don't agree with his anti-Dispensational position, Brian's adherence to biblical principles on what matters to God is laudable in a time when many Fundamentalists, going beyond their Dispensationalism, have taken it to a political and ecclesiastical plane, advocating for a nation that just so happens to be the namesake of the biblical theocracy.
_Israel_ is a term referring to different past, present, and future entities, and the faux naivete that Zionism is based on blurs those distinctions and distracts the church from its focus on the Great Commission.
Great Sermon! Pastor Brain Schwertley laid the solid ground work for the necessity of social covenanting and for ecclesiastical and national reformation, while affirming that all nations are bound to the Solemn League and Covenant including all Presbyterian communions. Now he has moved on to giving exegesis from Scripture how the kings in Israel applied the covenants. Once he has given examples of the kings in Israel he will show how covenanting history was applied in the Church of Scotland and the Westminster Assembly.
Great Sermon! Your sermons have been such a blessing to me and I want to thank you!
We have to 'do all we do for Christ, not for ourselves.'
"Everything we do must come from the perspective of Christ." That is something I lack (recently for some reason) and I really needed this sermon today!
Thank you again so much and continue to preach God's Truth!!
Soli Deo Gloria!