Great Sermon! Yes , the cry should be "come out fom among them." But, as I heard a caller on a radio program recently state that preachers today (and this seems to be increasingly in the reformed camp) are more concerned about being "unity concious" on a pastoral level than for remaining faithful to Christ and his words especially in essential aspects of the faith. This is especially the case with organizations such as T4G, The Gospel Coalition and the like. Thank God for our Lord's promise that he will build his church and the gates of hell will not prevail against Him, not even when they are being facilitated by other believers in their compromise and naivetee.
Great Sermon! AWESOME sermon! Some highlights: "I asked one of our ministers in Florida dealing with the aftermath of the hurricanes, 'How are you doing?' And he said, 'Well you know, it's amazing with what ease God can put a hole in our economy.' ...Man's thinking and Arminian theology is that God owes sinners a chance and if he doesn't give them that then something's wrong. That's bad theology. You don't put the words God, owes, sinners together like that. Sinners owe God their obedience... In Amos, we see this REPEATED refrain...'I sent this disaster, and you tried to fix it yourself and you didn't return to me. I sent another disaster, and you tried to fix it yourself and you didn't return to me.' There is far more than a hurricane, far more than a tornado, far more than a flood that men will have to face. It is the God of Heaven that men have to face ... You want to say God's happy with you, when you won't obey His law. You want to say you belong to Him when you give allegiance to idols. Is this not exactly our nation? It is exactly our nation. We see rebuke in the Bible even for our churches because there are those who have more in common with their idols than they do with the person and work of Jesus Christ. Does the Lord send disaster? Yes, there are times the Lord sends calamity.
Great Sermon! This message was a real blessing to me. In it, Pastor Kimbro points out the depths of the depravity of the human heart and the depth's of God's grace shown to sinners in the salvation offered through Jesus Christ, as revealed in God's word.
Great Series of Sermons! Mr. Kimbro's entire series on Legalism and Antinomianism is well worth hearing. He gives a tremendous Biblical foundation and sense to the true Gospel; showing how it is far from either of these two errors that plague mankind.