Great Sermon! Dear Pastor Lawless,
I found you recently because of this exact sermon and have been listening to some of your others. They have been a great blessing to me and I have happily shared them with friends.
I listened to your judge not sermon and disagree with the scathing e-mail you received from that woman, who was judging you. The only I agreed with was what I saw as the overuse of the word idiot. A friend had also remarked on it. We were trying to use your sermon to get her out of her Mandelaitis, but fear she may have closed her ears to it. And yes, she is an idiot, but she doesn't need to be referred to that way multiple times. Jesus used the word fool only twice in the KJV New Testament.
I was meaning to e-mail you regardless and thank your ministry for its work. For some of us, it's very difficult to find a KJV NT church that follows the old paths, so I am greatly appreciative.
I hope you will take this e-mail in the spirit of love in which it is meant to be.
God bless, keep and prosper you!
Lynette from Alaska
Strong Sermon! We have a daily battle to fight against the false teachings that preached by most churches. Only by studying the Holy Scriptures regularly will we stay strong against the delusions being spread.
Great Sermon! Hammer down brother! Sick of the 'hyphenated' Jezebelian "silly women" and girly-men so pervasive in this liberal Laodicean cesspool. Well, would we expect anything less in the last of the last days?!
You bring the truth like so few do Brother. Love your expositional teachings as well. Lord bless you.
Eye-opening Sermon! This is a powerful sermon that should open your eyes to the "false Christian" musicians that are having a negative effect on listeners of their music. As stated in the sermon, "the love of money is the root of all evil," and these so-called Christian bands are influencing young minds with anti-Christian lyrics and sounds. Unknowingly, money that is being spent on this trash should be going towards uplifting the Lord and the Gospel. Parents are much to blame for not listening to the music their children are playing, and showing discernment of choices -- not leaving it up to immature youngsters who can easily be deceived. There is much good in this sermon that every parent should hear to keep their youngsters from the road to destruction.
Great Sermon! This lesson on Micaiah blessed my soul. It is quite sobering to see that Jesus meant it when He said that the world must hate His disciples who truly love Him. You drew some eerie parallels with today's America. I pray to have the courage to cling and preach Christ's Gospel and to withstand the opposition of the world. May the Lord cause you and your church to stand as the days are evil. Thank you, Brother Mark.
Almost the end... Thanks brother... I generally stay away from these types of articles and "Christians" because there secular approach to the bible enrages me... yet at the same time it is necessary to gauge how close we are to the end in order to be encouraged.
"The thornier the field, the bigger and stronger the plow"