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Listen - Might Be Life Changing To Those Who Think 12-Step Is The Answer A great discussion! I have been attending SAA and OA for many years. However, after the Lord worked a miracle in me (Salvation), I have slowly begun to see 12-step essentially sets up another religion in your life and this is idolatry. In my group, it is common for people to gently scoff when someone enters the group and mentions that God did not cure their addiction. The reality is few people are actually exposed to the real Gospel, even in the Bible Belt, and true biblical repentance isnâ€™t taught. In fact, sin is hardly mentioned. So when someone claims that praying to God didnâ€™t help them, they are actually admitting their version of therapeutic moralistic deism didnâ€™t work. Of course it didnâ€™t - itâ€™s a false Gospel. Anyway, please go to the Apologia radio website and sign up to their Academy. Learn, bath in the real gospel and biblical truth. God is faithful - He will deal with you exactly where you are at.
Great Sermon! Every sermon Iâ€™ve listened to by this godly wise preacher has benefitted me in my walk with Jesus. I thank God for people like Pastor Fortner who put their heat and soul into the gospel.
Great Sermon! Thank you Todd. Jesus Christ was preaching to me through you tonight. I have spine surgery on my neck in the morning- this was a comfort to me. We sometimes have to be reminded. I am so thankful.
Great Sermon! Rev. Craig's series on Samson is rich in practical, useful insights for every believer, especially for parents and those in Gospel ministry. This last sermon in the series presents many beautiful parallels between Samson and Christ. Both depended wholly on God's Spirit to perform the great work God ordained for them, both loved their people in spite of their people's lack of faith and trust in them, and both wrought a greater deliverance by their death than by the mighty works they did in life. Particularly striking is the parallel between Samson at his death destroying all the lords and rulers of the Philistines who had oppressed God's people, and Christ, by His death, spoiling principalities and powers, making a show of them openly, and triumphing over them (Col.2:15).
Of course, there are differences as well: Samson was a sinner, himself in need of mercy, while Christ was sinless and perfect. Samson won only a temporary victory over earthly enemies: Christ's victory is eternal and spiritual. In fulfilling the Old Testament types and shadows, Christ always exceeds and excels them in glory. What a blessed privilege we have to read the Scriptures of the Old Covenant in the light of their fulfillment in Christ, who is the center and fullness of the whole of Scripture (John 5:39)
John 17:17 He warns the Christian of the manifold dangers of going into spiritual warfare(life) without armour. That you go in naked, so to speak. You are in great danger without proper protection. You need to daily be reading the Bible, to have a proper shielding for the fiery darts of the devil, etc.