Very, Very Good! The sermon details give a good summation of the message, so here it is:
"True Christians will almost always be lonely in this world. If you love God and love His Word, you are in an extreme minority. There are many Christians all over this world who have to travel miles and miles just to get to a true Bible honoring church. They are like Christians of old -- aliens, scattered throughout the world. What is comforting to the Christian, however, is to realize that Christ Himself experienced profound loneliness as a man and knows exactly how to sympathize with His people."
Thanks, Bro. Curtis, for this sermon. I don't think I'd really given any thought as to what it was like for the Lord being around the sinfully, totally stupid creatures called us.
Great Sermon! Fix your audio! I review audio files all the time for research.... but when I get a message where the audio is bad, the echo and bad production distract from the message and make it harder to concentrate, I generally just go on to the next speaker...
Very clear and helpful! Excellent resource to share with any who are struggling with an OT verses NT mentality of God and His law. It obviously doesn't address all questions inquiring minds will have, but gives sold principles and a faithful foundation from which to build. The lesson leads to a clear gospel, and even evangelistic, emphasis. Good job Curtis.
Great Sermon! A really encouraging sermon that there are people out there in the same boat and who understand and a great reminder that the Lord understands most of all. He mentioned at the end how encouraging it is to read reports from Heartcry of all that God is doing in the world. This is also where i find encouragement. In fact, my husband and i read a missionary report every night before we pray together just to encourage ourselves and remind ourselves there is real work being done for the kingdom out there and God still has his many out there even though we don't have any where we are.
Great Sermon! God bless you for this sermon.
Our hearts are so hardened to this abortion horror!
It is sad to know how hard our hearts are to the horrors of Nazi Germany also. How can any follower of Jesus Christ look for any justification for the destruction of His gift of life?
Great Sermon! Thank you for addressing gluttony. I don't know of many pastors that will do so.
There was one thing that I'm not sure I understood though. You said that if a person lacked self-control, they didn't have the Holy Spirit? Did I understand you correctly?
Can a person be struggling (yet lacking in self-control) but also a Christian? I believe so, but would like to hear your understanding on this, thanks!
Seek the Truth ! Why did Germany turn on the Jews ? Well, you wont find your answer in Jewish owned Hellywood propaganda movies or documentaries, nor will you find it in Jewish owned media outlets, publications and newspapers. If one would be a lover of the truth he would surely study himself approved unto GOD a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth-2Tim2:15. Germany turned on the Jews for a reason and it was because the Jews betrayed the very Country that gave them a place of freedom which allowed them to work, own businesses and provide abundantly for their families. These German "zionist Jews turned against their homeland and made a deal with Great Britain to get the US to go to war as allies with Great Britain against Germany. This deal was called " The Balfour Declaration" and it was Great Britain's promise to the German "zionist" Jews that if they got the US into the war (WW1)to side with them against Germany then they would seek to give them Palestine for their land.(Listen to Jewish Benjamin Freedman's Speech-1961). In brief, Germany soon came to a knowledge of the truth and turned on their betrayers "Jews" who they cared for and accepted equally as their Countrymen. The rest is History but not as Hellywood or the zionist owned media portrays it.Mat7:7
Some inaccuracies Brother, I spent over 10 years in the oneness pentecostal movement. I was saved while attending a UPC church in 2000. I left Oneness Pentecostalism in 2011 so I'm hardly an advocate for that segment of Christianity (though I strongly believe that many oneness pentecostals are regenerate, despite some bad theology/soteriology). I would just simply point out that there are several inaccuracies in your sermon, that very few if any oneness pentecostals believe. (Excepting some extreme fringe adherents).
To paint all oneness pentecostals (a movement that is very diverse and not at all monolithic) with such a broad brush is overly simplistic, and is about as accurate as unbelievers judging all of the claims and practice of Christianity based on the abuses prominent on Christian Television. Or for non trinitarians to conclude that all trinitarians believe in 9 persons of the godhead because Benny Hinn promoted such a bizarre view.
I would simply suggest approaching this subject in the future with continued humilty, charity, and increased accuracy.
True. Fellowship is pretty lean. As per Hebrews 3:13 we are suppose to encourage, exhort and admonish each other daily. Reality is barely weekly with Sunday worship. Looking forward to the heavenly place. When we see Him, we shall be like Him - 1 John