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Reformed Baptist Church of Northern Colo
Douglas Van Dorn  |  Boulder, Colorado
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Sermon12/31/13 10:08 AM
Joe Godal from Arizona  Contact via emailFind all comments by Joe Godal
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Uplifting Christ centered word. Look forward to meeting you at GA.

Sermon10/19/10 7:20 AM
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“ Excellent. ”
Excellent argumentation from Isaiah 38 and 39, refutation of the errors of Open Theism on these chapters. The real lessons of these chapters, regarding God's faithfulness to His promises of bringing Christ on the scene are great.

Sermon2/21/10 1:37 PM
Scott Nadeau from Wyoming/Colorado  Find all comments by Scott Nadeau
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Human Depravity
Douglas Van Dorn
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“ Another Great Sermon! ”
This is another "wow" sermon. Are these first two sermons the start of an avalanche that Doug is preaching, with this series on Romans? Where the power of God and what He has done for us is revealed (the mystery), even though we don't deserve it (this message). I look forward to hearing the rest of Doug's preaching in this series.

Sermon2/21/10 12:13 PM
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The Mystery
Douglas Van Dorn
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“ Great Sermon! What everyone needs to hear! ”
Wow!!! What a great start to a great book. I look forward to the rest of the series, where the Gospel is preached.

Sermon1/2/10 1:08 PM
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“ Great Credobaptism Sermon! ”
The best defense of the Credobaptism position I(a paedobaptist by church teaching) have ever heard. After today, I will certainly give more thought to this important issue.

Sermon12/27/09 9:13 PM
william jones from geogia  Contact via emailFind all comments by william jones
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“ Great Sermon! ”
sir, in this sermon you stated a priest had to be 30 yaars of age before before perfoming duties in the Old testament. the Question is wher can i get the scriture say this to help me, you also said that Christ was 30 and made the great sacrafice at the at of 33 the othe question is is that true for priest or high priest n the old Testament again could i have scripture referance. Thanks this was a good message

Sermon11/17/09 3:07 PM
Lia Leigh from Nigeria  Find all comments by Lia Leigh
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Daniel and the Lion of Judah
Douglas Van Dorn
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Dear Pastor, Thank you for preaching this wonderful sermon. I am a missionary in Nigeria and you inspired me afresh thru the sacrifice of Daniel. Godly leadership and promotion carries with it the responsibity to carry the cross. Any one who points me to Christ is my brother in Christ.God bless you, your family and church, In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.

Sermon8/8/09 9:14 AM
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The Rock and Its Role - Part 1
Douglas Van Dorn
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“ Needful message for our day. ”
This really is a superb message that is so needed in our day where pretty much anything goes in what is termed worship today. All that is taken into consideration is the view of the audience and how it makes folks feel. I pray that folks who desire to know what God wants in worship will take the time to listen to this message. And to study this critical matter out on their own.

Sermon2/11/09 5:46 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amen! Thank you for preaching the truth about this important topic! May God continue to bless your church and ministry!

Sermon1/9/08 3:38 PM
Mary K. from Montana  Find all comments by Mary K.
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“ Enjoyed the Sermon ”
Good sermon on contempory church life. Loved the description about the service centered around the Beatles. This message just was interested, and the Pastor's voice and tone and very easy to listen to.

Sermon10/7/07 7:27 PM
Doug from eastern Virginia, USA  Find all comments by Doug
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“ This message can't be preached enough!! ”
I spent so many years in a Presbyterian environment, where they are obsessed with putting the square peg in the round hole. They continue to attempt to try to show that infant baptism is equivalent to 8th-Day Jewish Circumcision of male babies, entirely leaving females out of the loop. They are "stuck" on Replacement Theology, just like their Roman Catholic forebears, and don't yet realize, even to this day, that the New Covenant and related Baptism of Believers is a whole NEW teaching, rather than a revision of an old ritual!!!! With each delivery of this message, I pray for eyes that see and ears that hear!!! AMEN!!!

Sermon10/1/07 9:08 PM
Mark Hudson from Pompano Beach, Florida  Find all comments by Mark  Hudson
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Isaiah's Vision of the Future
Douglas Van Dorn
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“ Deep insight ”
If you want to get a joyful, deep meaning to what a child of God should be thinking and doing, this is a valuable sermon. Some great views about Isaish's preaching and insight about our future.

Sermon9/4/07 11:25 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Brother Douglas, Your message on the Baptisms John spoke of and your use of the old testament scriptures to provide sound teaching of the new testament is how God intends for His children to know Him and why He sent His Son to this earth for us. I believe this also gives us understanding to Malachi 4. This should also edify those who are following man in their walk with Jesus Christ instead of studying the scripture and allowing the Holy Ghost to guide them in that walk. I would like to hear your study of the Baptism with fire which is also back up in the old testament and not taught or preached on these days. The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you. Jim

Sermon3/24/07 8:25 AM
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“ Very, very important sermon! ”
If you have ever heard a professing Christian use the line "we are not under the law but under grace" to justify their living in sin, you need to listen to this message. Having been raised a "pentecostal" and having been gloriously delivered from this movement, this particular sermon answered a great many questions for me.

Sermon10/22/06 12:08 AM
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“ Great Sermon Title! ”
I created a song to reflect my theology and have called it "SuperHyperCalvinistAtrociousExposition" to be sung to the tune of that song in Mary Poppins. Looks like there's a little talent (and humour) on both sides of the camp!

Sermon10/19/06 5:26 PM
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“ Well said Pastor Doug ”
Your sermon is well done and an important message for all who love the truth of the Doctrines of Grace and a full Reformed world-view. BTW -- the answer is antidisestablishmentarianism

Sermon10/19/06 9:18 AM
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“ Important Text! ”
"Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. For I say unto you, That except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom of heaven". (Matthew 5:17-20)

Sermon10/8/04 3:38 PM
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Thickening Clouds of Terror
Douglas Van Dorn
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This sermon is really needed in todays churches. No one preaches the wrath of god or punishment. we do worship a holy and just God, we cannot compromise with the world. Thanks!!!

Sermon9/12/04 5:38 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Mr. Van Dorn makes the point that the church is running itself too much like a business and not according to the guidelines laid out in God's Word. This sermon doesn't contain too many specific examples; its focus instead is on presenting the general problem.

Sermon8/17/04 6:51 PM
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A Medieval Parable?
Douglas Van Dorn
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“ Outstanding! ”
What a great way to present a text. Van Dorn has masterfully woven the text itself into the storyline itself so that the characters develop the understanding and application of the theme of God's Word. We should have more of this kind of preaching!

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