the truth about modern translations amen. he brings such a valid point to the argument regarding corrupt bible translations. how can you trust unregenerate men like westcott and hort to critically evaluate any biblical text? these men denied the blood atonement and the virgin birth. not only that but they were involved in theosophy and other weird teachings. dear brothers and sisters, please research this issue for yourself. maybe you dont know who westcott and hort are. study, search out the matter, be a good berean. all that is truthful and pure has no reason to avoid careful biblical scrutiny. you have a right to test these things even if your own pastor is ignorant of this subject. it really does matter. it is not an issue of legalism, it is a matter of biblical integrity. i say this in love and with a prayerful heart. God bless you all
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, Thank you for your wonderful message. I identify with Moses. I was called to full time ministry since 1987. I am a romanian by birth, medical doctor by profession and a woman! Against all odds, I said yes to His call. Next to salvation, is the best thing I agreed to do. Since the year 2000 I am in full time ministry in Nigeria. I am filled with gratitutde to God for calling me and making it possible for me to say yes! God bless you, your family and church. In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor,Thank you for your sermon. The Word of God is new every morning. I am a missionary in Nigeria (thank God for the internet). You'll never know how far your seeds have been planted until we see Jesus face to face. God bless you, your family and ministry. In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
The point you made reminds of... You make the point that in the bible there is nothing ill spoken of about Joseph. This reminds me of Daniel. In addition to living pure lives, there is a marked resemblance between the two. They had divine dreams; they were carried away captive in their youth; they were unjustly persecuted; and through the interpretation of dream, were exalted to rulership.
Keep up the good work.
Be Not Thou Rebellious Indeed! In this sermon, Donald L. Hannah over-simplifies Ezekiel 2:8 in addition to several other verses and places more emphasis on the Bible -- God's Word. He shows how we MUST follow God's rulebook in order to obtain true happiness in this life.
This is a great teaching to reach new believers as well as helping ourselves get our lives right with God. Recommended!
Awesome Sermon! As a child in grades one and two, my school teacher read the Bible every morning and every morning we said the Lord's prayer. The structure of the class was so strict and ro rigid; that her students didn't comprehend, that there was any happiness in serving God. This sermon uses scriptural refences to encourage the believer, that the people of God can be a truly happy people. That the people of God can have true happiness and not be conformed to the fleshly lusts of this world. That God's Word does not restrict us from happiness; but brings about the peace that surpasses all our unserstanding, along with joy and gladness. This is a sermon a person could listen to again and again, for encouragement. We all should be happy every day that we have such a loving Savior and God!
Great Sermon! Hallelujah! Tell me the story preacher. "God commended his love toward us in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us...justified in his blood." Thank you for sharing the good news!