Great Sermon! Thank you for this sermon. I am reminded of the verse "where sin prevailed, grace did more so prevail" . God give us clear vision of our real nature that his grace in redemption stand out in its glory.
a note of thanks It's interesting that the majority of evangelical churches participate in and staunchly defend these man-made traditions, particularly in light of that which separates us from all other religions, incl.catholicism...namely, sola Scriptura and sola fide. The "hollow-days" ,which are so highly esteemed in the church, are days in which the reformed church looks and acts much like the catholic church which embraces its' vain traditions.
Pastor Webb, you are to be commended for your faithfulness in rightly dividing the Word.
Great Sermon! Good sermon. Yes we want healing and life that never ends, but do we know and want Christ, the man, the God, the giver of that life? The Matthew Henry quote at the end was excellent. Thanks Pastor Webb.
Great Sermon! This is very good, and ditto to the comment by Max on the analogy of the state of the leper and the state of the unregenerate, the still unclean. Also some good historical points I found interesting. Thank you.