Very Poignant Sermon. We listened to this sermon and found it very poignant for the times we are now in. May the Lord Bless His Church at this time in history, and Glorify the Name of Christ His Son.
Disappointed What is said is true, though this sermon misses the point of the text, and the pastor seems to prefer speaking in generalities instead of particulars. e.g. â€œIt should not bring us to modern technologies which in our day are fraught with ethical dilemmas." What does he include under 'modern techologies'?
Great Sermon! Very good message with many insights from a Biblical and Reformed point-of-view. This nonsense called 'emergent' is a new name for what the serpent told Eve back in the Garden. It is not a Church - because a Church has Christ as it's Head. Matthew 5:19 comes to mind.
Thanks Thanks for the message. When you began I was tempted to shut my computer off again because I felt that since I am not victorious, the sermon wasn't for me. By God's stubborn grace I listened to the whole thing. True, I don't feel victorius, for I've been fighting an internal battle for months with little release, but it is good for my mind to know the truth, being reminded that it is God who will not let me go, and I hope the feelings will come. May God bless your faithful ministry.
Great Sermon! Thank you Pastor Bilkes. This being The 1st Sunday after Epiphany , I was looking for an Epiphany Sermon and that section of the website is woefully lacking. Glad I looked in the Advent section and found this message: "Wise Men Seek the King of the Jews". The way you read the Scripture passage tells me that you actually believe it is God's book. Amen! Thanks. I'd suggest that S.A..com puts this sermon in the Epiphany section of "Sermon's by Topic".