Powerful Sermon! While mainly directed at those in the ministry, this message has strong meaning to us in salvation. The Grace of God is the foremost blessing that God has bestowed on us and we should study and understand its power in our life. Excellent examples for us to follow.
Great Sermon! Thank You, Lord Jesus for all that are used to give witness to Your glory. May Your truth always be shared with boldness and humbleness. May many hearts be prepared to receive Your Word.
So great! I don't have children, yet, but do pray to receive them some day. This is such a wonderful idea! I've never seen the likes! I just watched the video "Divided" about separating the youth from the adults, this goes right along with that! Sound doctrine! Man this is awesome! Many children around the world will greatly benefit from this series!
What a sermon I do thank God for Paul Washer. This is an amazing message, one of the most useful messages I've heard from anyone in a long while. In fact, something Paul laboured part way through was a direct answer to my pleading with God that very day. Paul criticises himself in this message for not really dealing properly with John 15:1, saying he doesn't have the gifts of a lot of expository preachers. All I can say is I was very encouraged to get spiritual power from Christ alone by listening to this message. Unless I'm mistaken, that is precisely what John 15, especially the first verse, is all about. This is Bible teaching at its best, preached thank God in the power of God.
Interesting I find it interesting, that on the video portion of the sermon, as he mentioned, "while praying I cried 'Father'," that the video had technical difficulties, as well as left the remaining audio, quite distorted.
Great Sermon! I'm a new Christian from China.I love this sermon.Half a year ago I began to listen to the sermons of Paul Washer.They are so different and so passionate and draw me closer to God.How wonderful.I don't say his sermons saved me.It's Jesus who saved me but his message is really really important to me.
Valuable insights and guidelines Mr. Washerâ€™s ministry is valuable because he points out the devastating faulty points of American Evangelicalism. There are many vital insights presented in his talk. However, I would be cautious of defining the neo-Calvinist movement in the same track as the old â€˜biblical/historical awakeningsâ€™. The preachers named, with some exceptions, in many cases, do not always sustain through and through conclusive biblical value in all matters. This is verified by their use of modern Bible versions, missing practical standards, worldly methodology, one-sided theology, and sensual music styles, which blatantly deny perceptible godliness and separated distinctiveness.
Great Sermon! Took some pateince to listen to with the live translation, but was a solid presentation that grounded biblical submission in a love for God & a husband (not simply obedience). I love how the speaker eventually framed detailed fashion objections as a matter of the heart that finds its value in God not outward/opulent adorenment (a point I think is biblical & often ignored for a hyper focus on sex appeal - something I find can be external & extremely subjective particularly in conservative circles). Though the speaker didn't reference Proverbs 27:17, I liked how she affirmed the biblical recognition & value of wisdom taught by older women with experience saying youth needs to grow, yet affirmed a need for patience & tenderness in that teaching (implying age may also have some room to grow) & how someone in the audience pointed out none of these issues are good excuses to run from a deeper understanding of The Lord. Overall, I found the teaching to be sound (though in my opinion a bit too narrow in definition with button sewing skills noted as a fulfillment of Titus 2:5) & delivered with tact. But I am still disappointed that for me the question of what it means to be a woman in the body of Christ is still unclear outside the context of marriage which according to 1 Cor 7:8 can be