Observation It is good to point out to the matter of the disregarded â€˜non-essentialsâ€™ in the church today.
However, the teaching of I Corinthians 11, goes beyond the hair issue; it is about head-covering in worship related to Godâ€™s order for the genders . This is part of the â€˜all thingsâ€™ commanded to be observed.
Outstanding Interpretation I have never heard such great insight, examples and interpretation of the many topics in this sermon. Truth is very exact and sometimes hard to know and accept, but this sermon will give you the rationale for his conclusions. It gives a totally new way of looking at the Holy Scriptures and living by them.
Enlightening Sermon! This topic of separation should be given regularly in our churches today because we have too many weak listeners who get more weak by not understanding doctrine concerning believers and non-believers. Too much preaching today is about self-awareness, self-improvement, and being associated with the world. We must study the Holy Scriptures daily like The Bereans did to know truth from falseness because today we have many false teachers and many are deceived so we should be separated from them if they will not listen to the Gospel.
Informative Sermon! This message gives strong reasons to be reluctant and even afraid of what the New Evangelicalism is doing in our nation. If one is a follower of our Lord Jesus Christ, the truth of doctrine will show the falseness of the growing tolerance that is destroying what Jesus and the Apostles taught. One must be strong in the faith and even be judgmental when false preaching is filtering into our churches. The Truth Shall Make You Free." Stand fast brothers and sisters. This is an excellent sermon.
Reality exposed! I completely identify with SL Turner's comments about the topic. Brother Cloud exposes the tragic reality of the carnal and rebellious state of the evangelical scene nowadays. Music is a marker of the heart state. One can define a church and its people by the kind of music they tolerate. Thank you.
Good warning. The situation is the same in Romania. Until the revolution in 1989 we had no Christian books. But now the Christian bookstores are full with every kind of teaching. Publishers and bookstores who profess to be evangelical promote every kind of error. Most are not interested in sound teaching, but in what will sell well.
A much needed Sermon! A much needed sermon for our day, and a warning that pastors and church members alike, should take very seriously!
It is so sad to see so many otherwise good evangelical churches, capitulating to this issue on every side, some of which within just a few years are totally unrecognisable.
Unfortunately CCM often sets the trajectory for more unbiblical and irreverent practices and often paves the way for ecumenism.
Full of Truth! This sermon contains many completely true points of the superiority of the King James Bible over the modern critical text translations that no one calling themselves followers of Christ can rightfully ignore.
Another point: If any person wants to know how they ought to view King James Bible, read the preface entitled "The Translators to the Reader". It's not included in most printings of the KJV unfortunately.
God bless those who will seek the truth of the matter, search the Scriptures, and study to show themselves approved unto God.
Great Sermon! A great sermon which sheds much needed light on a topic that can leave many souls in confusion that at times lead to a believer's separation from the true doctrines of Jesus Christ. This information is vital to your understanding of the Bible's manuscripts and how God divinely preserves His Word through the ages and each generation. It helps reveal to the Christian that his or her spiritual battle is also against the worldly and demonic winds of doctrine that have cut through unto the spiritual bodies of certain denominational churches by subtle means of changing God's Word over time much like the serpent beguiled Adam's wife during the time of sin's first entrance into the world of man.
Good direction, but... I appreciated his documenting the problems with Rome, and I learned that the Inquisition was still operative even until the 19th century. I did have one objection: he called the Albigensians "bible believers." On the contrary, St Paul warned against those who "forbade marriage," which was a core doctrine among upper level Albigensians.