Great Sermon! Thank you for this message. Many "Pastors" have told me they believe in plurality of elders (It's taught in the Bible) but they don't manifest their belief. They are not quick to give up their preeminent place in the church. They just pick and choose. It is sad, because there is such wisdom in God's methods and such folly in man's methods. Thanks for weaving these truths in a practical way. Regulative principle all the way.
Great Sermon! I have heard this sermon more than once and I'm about to hear it again. The struggle within and without. Lord be merciful to me The Sinner. Oh how I long for the day to leave this SINFUL flesh and sang praise to my Lord without SIN interference forever more in unbroken fellowship. We all have one SIN we battle against. Thank You Jesus for your righteousness and Blood. It's my and the true Church of God only hope. Never give in to sin. Striving always and when we fall looking always to Christ. Our all in all.
Wonderful! This teaching should be a part of every "sex education" class. Women and men both have been so degraded and cheated of God's very best in this area. Our society of "free love" has so devalued women into objects and the feminist movement has robbed women blind. I don't agree with flogging women in the streets for fornication, but if we could get a revelation of the freedom that comes with honoring God wth purity until marriage, women would no longer settle. Men would have to prove marriageable, children would have 2 parents, women would once again be placed in a position of being cherished. Satan continues to lie to our youth through movies, tv shows and music, bombarding them with immorality. We need to pray for our youth and for a revival. Thank you for this tremendous teaching, so timeless today.
Audio Books 2003 I notice the book that this chapter came from is now available for kindle on the 1 dollar menu. 99 cents to be exact. So I got to thinking about it... This is the very first narration of mine ever put on SermonAudio, November 2003... Richard Alleine 1611-1681
Interesting interview and testimony Met Pastor Hughes at a conference in Edinburgh many years ago and before that heard him at the Tron Church, Glasgow speaking on Spurgeon's life - good to hear him again here.
Reconsidering Lewis. From the time I wrote my first comment to this message I reconsidered CS Lewis and saw that he was influenced by Liberal teaching, evolutionism, Catholicism, that he was not an evangelical. If you do not want to post my new comment, please delete my former also.
Reconsidering Lewis. From the time I wrote my first comment to this message I reconsidered CS Lewis and saw that he was influenced by Liberal teaching, evolutionism, Catholicism, that he was not an evangelical. If you do not want to post my new comment, please delete my former also. Thank you!
Great memories "Christ has done a great thing here." Amen! He surely has! I came to this church in 1995 and was sent from it in 2003. I matured and grown in Harbor. The influence that Harbor church has had will never be known until that final day. There is a sense in which every good thing that happens here in Ohio, happens as the result of Harbor's influence. May God get all the praise and glory!
Two great thoughts among many warnings Assurance is a delicate plant and yes we should cherish it. Sin will kill us if we do not kill it. These are thoughts brought out by Pastor Chanski which are worth thinking on and remembering forever.
No sting in death - wow! Thinking about death in front of us and behind us, I was brought to think about the Israelites with the red sea in front of them and the Egyptians behind it must have been like death all around for them. But God overruled and with the red sea opening up for them, it was like walking right over death.
Great Sermon! Thank you. I have just started to read 'By Faith' by Thomas Manton. Listen to this:
"Grace is but young glory and differs from glory as an infant doth from a man; therefore, by degrees the Lord will have you enter upon your everlasting inheritance." pg9
Great Sermon! Thank you for choosing Deitrich Bonhoeffer's life to expound upon. I have been drawn to his writings because of the the similarities between the church of America today and the church of Germany then. The similarities are alarming. Surely, these are the days to fall upon our knees in prayer before the Lord for our nation and for those who profess Christ as their Savior. I look forward to hearing Part 2.
Great Sermon! Thank you for choosing to expound on Dietrich Bonhoeffer's life. I have been drawn to his writings to capture the burden of his heart for the church of that day. The similarities of which so reflect
the church in America today
Footnote to Gilpin's Book The Title lists the previous narration of
Gilpin as covering chapter 8. It should be chapters 8-11 and this narration is chapters 12 through 15. Chapter 15 is titled, Of Satan's keeping all in quiet, which is his second main engine for keeping his possession, and for that purpose of his keeping us from going to the light etc. More of this book will be added to www.puritanaudiobooks.com...