Walmart socks do last a while Its funny to me that I have to comment now ...YES walmart socks to last longer than 6 months. I'm a poor guy and often buy walmart stuff aka budget poor-guy stuff...why do I need to comment on this? Anyway...really great series...listened to all 4.
food for thought This homily made me realize that so often I have limited my efforts to giving money, perhaps because it is easier and doesn't require an investment of myself, my time, my energy, my patience.
Great Message! "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man. For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil" (Ecclesiastes 12:13-14). Thank you for reminding young men--and all of us--to focus on what is really most important.
Free Christian Resources About Birth Control If any one is interested in further study about birth control, especially the classic Protestant position, please see all the free Protestant MP3s, Quotes, etc., at http://ow.ly/ucop7 "THE BIBLE AND BIRTH CONTROL (FREE REFORMATION RESOURCES)". Following is one quote taken from this page: "We have found not one orthodox theologian to defend Birth Control before the 1900's NOT ONE! On the other hand, we have found that many highly regarded Protestant theologians were enthusiastically opposed to it, all the way back to the very beginning of the Reformation... those in favor of Birth Control will find no one in the orthodox Protestant camp for the first four centuries to ally themselves with." - Charles Provan, The Bible and Birth Control, p. 63.
Great Sermon! Albert Mohler addressed the 9Marks Conference Friday on "An Evangelical Theology of the Body? Biblical Theology & the Sexuality Crisis." He warned that like the major heresies of Gnosticism and Arianism of the first centuries, we are in a time of moral heresy. (P)
He noted that "Pope John Paul II brought us the Theology of the Body and we, too, need a Theology of the Body and we need it quickly." (P) Mohler said young people are discovering that new words like lesbian, IVF, SSM, birth control and m@sturb@tion are not in their concordances but when they turn to Google, they don't get a biblical answer to their most challenging questions. (P) He sees a loss of our Christian children to secularism because we don't have anything like a systematic theology of the body. Mohler said you can no longer tell the young to "look up these five verses, pray over them and you'll understand this [sexual] issue." (P) "Evangelicals need a Bible-based Theology of the Body, similar to Catholics'," Mohler said.
Great Sermon! this actually started 50 years ago,1964 (in earnest)GOD allowed the Great Depression (the 1920's were a wild time) to save IMO, America, and then Israel. and two years from now, Rosh Hashanah will be 5777
Excellent, excellent sermon! Yes, God's Law is our guide and rule for living.
First: Transgression of the Law is sin. We are not to continue in sin. Ergo: We are not to transgress the Law.
Second: The Law instructs us how to live. How could those who call Christ "Lord" not walk according to His instruction?
Third: God tells us that His Law is holy, just, righteous and perfect. How could we think differently - if our thinking is conformed to Christ's?
Yes, let us unabashedly and unhesitantly proclaim through words and actions that God's Law - the Law of liberty - is holy, just, righteous and perfect.
This is the answer to and antidote for the apostacy gripping the world; this is the wherewith for the discipling of the nations.
Amen, Kevin, amen!
Please continue to pray for those of us who live where one is not free to teach one's children at home.