Great Sermon!...further cross reference for cross reference, see www.sermonaudio.com series entitled "Domestic Violence and Abuse" by Pastor Jeff Crippen a former police officer and pastor whose deep research has led to the book "The Cry for Justice". He also compares the abuser with Diotrephes who loved to have the pre-eminence...and addresses the problem that leaders also face in the churches. This study opens eyes, while the churches generally have failed to understand what abuse really is...all women should go directly to at least the first 18 of these sermons in the 21 sermon series on this website...in the end you will see how more submission is not always the answer...
Great Sermon! YAHWEH forbids the making of any form of idolatrous images of the heavenly beings, be it of Christ or YAHWEH Himself; what is forbidden, let no man say thus: "BUT WE DO NOT WORSHIP THE IMAGE, IT MERELY REMIND US OF OUR GOD..."
Now, did NOT we hear of that SAME excuse from the Israelites who made the golden calve to represent (to remind them) of their deity named YAHWEH (ho is also our Elohim)?? Now, why did NOT the true Elohim YAHWEH encourage them to make for themselves hundreds if not, thousands of other idols to represent the images of the unseen Elohim and to remind them of Him whom they weren't able to see??
YAHWEH could have easily said to them thus: "WHEN YOU GAZE AT THE WORKS OF YOUR HANDS, IT WILL REMIND YOU OF ME.... AND I SHALL BE PLEASED WITH YOU AND SHALL POUR OUT MY BLESSINGS TO ALL OF YOU FROM HEAVEN ABOVE AND THAT THERE WILL NOT BE ANY CALAMITY AND CATASTROPHES INFLICTED UPON ALL YOUR LIVES ON EARTH FOR I SHALL NOT ALLOW A HAIR FROM YOUR HEAD TO FALL..." Now, are human beings getting such blessings from YAHWEH?? If NOT, then WHY not???
Listen!! If you would kneel down and worship (utter prayers to) the stone-cold image of a human being short of calling the same as the image of the unseen Creator Elohim; perhaps, YAHWEH would not be so much wrathful t
Great Sermon! Wednesday I was talking to Albert Martin about how the conference at the Creation Museum went Reforming Families 2014. Again I told him that he would benefit by listening to a couple of young Free Presbyterian pastors. He asked me to send him a link and I sent him the link to this sermon. Then I downloaded it and burned a CD to listen to on the way to the prayer meeting that night. I was so edified. Steven (Lee) I was so pleased to hear things went well at the conference. Please communicate to Geoff Banister to consider Pastor McClelland for a future conference. I asked our church to pray for that conference and I pray that there will be solid fellowship in the future between us Reformed Baptists and the Free Presbyterians. I love these young men dearly. God bless you brethren for your work in the Lord. T M S - Grand Rapids, MI.
Great Sermon! Excellent sermon! I very much appreciated your message. Since I am a native of western NY (Rochester), the next time I am up that way & can hop over the ‚Äúpond‚ÄĚ ie, Lake Ontario I‚Äôll be sure to stop in for a visit.
Great power in salvation. This was a blessed testimony! How wonderfully God interveened and changed the life of that young man who was so enslaved by a wordly living. The power of God unto salvation is so great and glorious!
Thank you so much for providing the opportunity for us to share in this celebration of Uncle Louis's life. We sorrow with you at his passing, but rejoice also that he is in the presence ofthe Lord he loved. We love you dearly and will continue to pray for God to surround you with His comfort, love, and peace.
Great Message! This message traces the history of human philosophy and music and its effect upon culture and Christianity in thinking. If you listen to this you will never think of music as "neutral" again, and will hopefully gain much discernment. Time for an old fashioned Album/CD burning? Think about it: "YOU ARE WHAT YOU LISTEN TO". Music is indoctrination, and not just in the words.
Christians must practice what the Bible teaches in regards to their music (and all "culture" issues) oh their faith is a mere profession.