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Sermon3/7/09 2:59 AM
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In Christ We have Grace and Peace
Steve Marquedant
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This is a good sermon, the ending reminds me of Jonathan Edwards. I sometimes wonder what the tone and demeanor of Jonathan Edwards was like, when he preached. This preacher, Pastor Marquedant, has such a gracious way of telling the most awful things that can befall a person, it's amazing and most evident that he has been called of God to preach His word.

Sermon2/2/09 9:14 PM
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What an outstanding end to an excellent series. I would never, in all my life, draw out so much from that one sentence. Amazing!

News Item10/14/08 5:49 PM
Deborah | Angus, Scotland.  Contact via emailFind all comments by Deborah
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If you read the old 1840 book written by Abbate Leone a jesuit of the day you can see how with a world banking crisis orchestrated by jesuit trained bankers would leave the masses poor and the vatican very very rich.
It is interesting to note that the head man, jesuit trained of the Italian Bank is one Mario Draghi.
The name meaning Dragon and his coat of arms featuring a dragon.

News Item10/4/08 1:56 PM
Deborah | Angus, Scotland.  Contact via emailFind all comments by Deborah
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Here is the weblink with pictures
of the various crosses.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross_patt%C3%A9e

The Knights Templars being a red one.


News Item10/3/08 5:19 PM
Deborah | Angus, Scotland.  Contact via emailFind all comments by Deborah
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Have any of you viewed the the latest pope's coat of arms and especially the red cross on some of his garments.
I did some research on the red cross.
The red cross is the "Iron Cross" also used by the nazis, only it is of a slimmer kind and is recorded in "crosses" as being "Patte" type which is french for resembling a paw. It was this same cross which was used by the Knights Templars of old in crusades.
Here is an interesting fact which I came across:
“And he causeth all men to receive a mark in their right hand or in their forehead, and that no man might buy or sell save he that had the mark, or the name of the Beast, or the number of his name; all the rest being excommunicated by the Beast with two horns. His mark is (it shows this very same cross , and his name ΛΑΤΕΙΝΟΣ,(meaning Lateinos,(latin) and the number of his name 666.” (Source: Gutenberg project. Sir Isacc Newton. Chapter 2. Apocolypse of John.)
NOTE the 3 shaped crosses on Benedicts coat of arms and his dress.
If anyone would like copy of this little research please email me
at [email protected]

Sermon9/19/08 7:59 PM
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Just a second thought. God will never send revival to His Church when it participates in such paganism.

Sermon9/19/08 7:57 PM
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This is a superb sermon against this evil which is an abomination against Christ. I was saved 28 years ago, of no church background. About 2 years later I stopped my children participating at school in halloween and xmas. I was persecuted for itand so were my 2 little sons, by ungodly teachers. But is was better to honour the Lord. I would encourage true believers to pray for grace and courage to have nothing to do with this paganism. The Lord blesses abundantly when we shall honour his name. The church of Rome is SO subtle, we are to flee from anything which is associated with it.

Sermon9/13/08 11:39 PM
Deborah | Ontario, CA  Find all comments by Deborah
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God's Goodness and Truth
Jeff Massey
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What could be better than a sermon about God's goodness and truth? I never before thought how God's goodness and truth are related. I love this lesson and would like to hear it again soon.

Sermon7/3/08 4:51 AM
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The Denials of Peter
Steve Marquedant
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This sermon is so good, I couldn't help but feel my own sin and sympathize with Peter and how grieved he must of been, especially when our Lord looked at him, when their eyes met, oh, Pastor Marquedant really brings home that moment. I hope everyone will have a chance to hear this sermon. It would be all to frightening if it weren't for God's perfect purpose in allowing it and His great mercy and love to forgive Peter and His perfect justic to lay that sin on His own Son. How unknowable are the ways of the Lord and how great is His love. The teaching on the different Greek words for love was very helpful.

Sermon6/15/08 6:58 PM
Deborah | So. Calif.  Find all comments by Deborah
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These sermons on the attributes of God have been a blessing to me. Pastor Massey is a good teacher. I can never be taught enough, reminded enough or encouraged enough about who our God is and what He desires.

Sermon4/19/08 1:21 AM
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Being in covenant with other like minded believers, in the best church I can find, is a great blessing! This is an excellent sermon. Thank you Pastor Steve for reminding me of my covenant responsibilities :)

Sermon4/3/08 4:06 AM
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When the Leaders are Fools
Steve Marquedant
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Good title for this sermon. The sins of Jeroboam are shocking especially since God made him king and promised him goodness if he followed the Lord. I do what Rehoboam did, I sometimes forget to ask God what I should do. I wonder if that's taking Him for granted or trusting in His leading, This is a very good sermon. Thank you Pastor Steve.

Sermon2/11/08 6:55 PM
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The Authority of Christ
Steve Marquedant
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Some really good questions are asked in this sermon, needful questions, things I need to ask myself about what kind of worshiper I am. Some really good insight into the Pharisees failure to shepherd God's people too. I learned a lot from this sermon.

Sermon2/5/08 10:51 PM
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The Triumphal Entry
Steve Marquedant
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There is an excellent teaching on human depravity towards the end of this sermon, with Hazael, from 2 Kings, as an example. The warning at the end is very straight forward and I hope will be taken to heart by all who need forgivness. The tears of Elisha and Jesus mentioned in this sermon seemed similar as they looked to the horror of the judgement to come. Even though God's judgement is perfect and good, still it is not without tears, that's something to think about.

Sermon11/17/07 9:53 PM
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Watch your Attitude
Steve Marquedant
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“ So Good Sermon! ”
There are so many good things to say about this sermon. From the start, with the warning about offending a little one, to forgivness, to the mustard seed, to the unprofitable servant, to the 10 lepers. The title of this sermon is quite fitting as these verses do deal with our attitudes, something to really take to heart and be on guard for, no one wants to have a bad attitude, especially to our Lord, not to others either. What a blessing this sermon is, I want to hear it again.

Sermon9/30/07 1:45 AM
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“ Scary Sermon! ”
This sermon is scary because of the verses being taught. I can't think of anything worse then to hear Luke 13 verses 25 & 27! How horrifying that would be; to think I had a relationship with Christ only to find that He doesn't know me at all. "Narrow is the gate,... many will seek to enter and will not be able." This is a really good sermon and a reminder to keep ourselves unspotted from the world. Thank you Pastor Steve.

Sermon8/28/07 11:04 AM
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“ Best Ever Sermon! ”
This exposition on Rom. 11 is the clearest most understandable teaching I've ever heard. It's a difficult chaper but Pastor Steve meticulously breaks it down using Scripture after Scripture to show how God saves His people. I now understand what it means when Paul says "...that blindness in part has happened to Israel until the fullness of the Gentiles has come in. And so all Israel will be saved..." There is a lot of confusion about how God works with Israel and the Church. I hope a lot of people will hear this series of sermons, there is nothing better than knowing the truth about God and the way He deals with His people.

Sermon8/16/07 8:07 PM
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This is a good study on the divinity of Christ. I especially like that I can go to John 5 and make a case for the truth. Thank you Pastor Steve.

Sermon7/30/07 2:13 PM
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I was blessed by this study on the sovereignty of God and very much appreciate this work by Pastor Marquedant. "A Doctrine Hated Even by Most Christians" is a powerful sermon. God's sovereignity makes some people very uncomfortable as it should, Philippeans 2:12-13. To others it's a great comfort and joy.

Sermon7/2/07 2:11 PM
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Exposition of Psalm 73
Brandon Wilkins
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I fear for the future of the church when God's people, born of His Spirit, think lightly of Sunday worship. This is a very good sermon, a great encouragement to not let the world pull me away on the Lord's day but to devote myself and family to a special time of worship and fellowship in obedience to our Lord in love. I'm thankful for this young man called of God to preach forth His word. May the Lord use Him in a might way for His kingdom and glory. And I'm grateful for the Sabbath rest we enjoy each week, it is a gift from the Lord that I treasure.
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