Great Sermon! The beginning of this message was truly heartwrenching to think on, but as you moved on in the message you brought up some very good points. I've read Tozer's chapter on the solitariness of God in his Knowledge of the Holy on the attributes of God, but this was set apart in considering the aloneness of Christ in His holy human nature. Very thought provoking.
Great Sermon! This is very good. Very enlightening. Presented differently than I've heard before. Tho it fills me with dread for those I know who are steeped in this mindset and refuse to hear and can't see. The deception is so great. Thank you for this excellent message.
Wonderful teaching! Thank you for your helpful teaching through this series on 2 Samuel. You have turned what I considered dull and difficult to understand into something I eagerly look forward to studying.
What a blessing SermonAudio is to people who do not live near solid Bible preaching churches.
Great Sermon! It was a great blessing to hear this message preached, in person. The application regarding the benefit of the final judgment to believers--particularly in keeping them from lapsing into ease and complacency--was very convicting.
Great Sermon! The Lord has impressed on my heart to learn more about Elijah. While I am at work I am so blessed to be able to listen the Bro. Ron's sermons. I have really enjoyed them and love to let the power of God's word be read in a public place. Thank you Lord, for Bro. Ron's faithfullness.
God Bless you! Brandi
Great Sermon! Sadly, when the big name conference speakers go astray in any area, then multitudes who idolise or follow such men are likewise swept away. A Christian rap artist in John Piper's church singing in Sunday worship is indeed evidence of the rising new worship revolution and the worst aspects of new calvinism. How many so-called calvinistic churches will soon follow such an example? Coming to a church near you? Then takeheed and understand this excellent warning re: the Worship revolution.
Very Instructive! The changes under Constantine are highlighted and prove how Romanism brought in sensual worship, and that instruments are Judaizing.
Also interesting is how that instruments were justified later on for evangelism and youth appeal. The 1960's youth revolution has had a long effect on America to this very day, whether "contemporary Christian music" or bluegrass, with its emphasis constantly on "culturally-relevant" worship styles, of which the New Calvinism movement imitates and echoes, instead of being a "new reformation".
Scotland's Presbyterian churches today sing only Psalms without any instruments and with just a song leader. Some Primitive Baptist churches also do not use instruments.
It would be instructive to include the Debates about what churches are to sing from history and the Reformers, and what "psalms, hymns and spiritual songs" really are, which has opened Pandora's Box for the "music revolution" as well.