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!
Great Sermon! thank you for your service i really learned a lot from your creation series my wife and i visited the creation museum 2 weeks ago it went well with listening to your sermons i feel like i should make a donation to help pay for the service what is the best way to do so. thank you
"lonely in west virginia"
Great Sermon! Thank you for preaching this sad, but important message... Christians cannot turn away from this present holocaust of the preborn. Thank you for helping expose the violence, hatred and cruelty that is entrenched in our society.
Great Sermon! This sermon should be heard by every single person who calls themselves Christians... I also concur with Pastor Schwertley, that every congregation that houses Democrats should ex-communicate these supporters of this evil, liberal party.