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Sermon2/14/19 4:30 PM
Colleen Bondeson | Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Colleen Bondeson
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Living with Difficult People
Neil C. Stewart
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Thankyou. This sermon encouraged me to keep pressing on for Jesus. It is hard sometimes and you feel like you want to give up because nothing seems to change.I will be odd for God all the time and especially in a crisis with the Lord's help.His spirit enables me to do what I struggle with in the flesh. Die to myself daily and show God's love to those who are difficult to love.

Sermon2/14/19 4:08 PM
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“ Confederate Flag: Symbol of Segmentation ”
This sermon shows why the Confederate Flag is in fact a symbol of segmentation of power as well as being a symbol of the 10th Amendment of the Constitution. As we know, the 10th Amendment of the Constitution reads, "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." There are versions of state's rights in other countries like Canadian provincial rights. Once again, this sermon shows why segmentation of power, not centralization of power, is the way to go. Also, remember Genesis 11:1-9 in which Jehovah scattered the builders of the Tower of Babel. While there is a push by today's political bureaucrats to centralize power, this push to centralize power, even on a global level, is about preparing the world for the coming Antichrist.

Sermon2/14/19 3:25 PM
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“ Spelling Error ”
I think you mean "Sever" not "Severe" right? Spell-check is a wonderful tool :)

Sermon2/14/19 11:31 AM
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Antichrists
Rev. Martin VanderWal
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Sermon2/14/19 11:15 AM
Terri | Texas  Find all comments by Terri
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Baptized Into the Name
Michael Myers
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“ A Really, Really Good Sermon! ”
There is a deeper understanding of who we are in Christ.

Sermon2/14/19 8:33 AM
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I realized it was not helpful for me to pray for the Lord to convict and change my husband by listing all his supposed faults to God. That just made me concentrate on things I didn’t like about him. I started praying that God would make him a very wise man. Then I followed what my husband chose, to show God that I believed that He answered those prayers.

Sermon2/14/19 7:01 AM
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Promises of the Law Part 6
John Weaver
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When will this sermon be available? I am enjoying this series very much.

Sermon2/14/19 6:33 AM
njfrompa | ERIE Pennsylvania.  Find all comments by njfrompa
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Sermon2/14/19 5:59 AM
Lois from WV | Hurricane, WV  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lois from WV
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God meant it for good
Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson
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Sinclair always has a way of putting us in our rightful place before our sovereign God... bend the knee.

Sermon2/14/19 5:07 AM
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Parliament and the Sell Out to Rome
Dr. Ian R. K. Paisley
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Interesting!

Sermon2/13/19 10:36 PM
D.P. | Atlanta  Find all comments by D.P.
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“ BLOCKBUSTER STUDY ”
How to have a HEAVENLY REHEARSAL every Lord's Day!

Sermon2/13/19 9:19 PM
Cindy dishman | We listened again. Thank you Todd for your faithfulness to the gospel.  Contact via emailFind all comments by Cindy dishman
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Wisdom and Righteousness
Todd Nibert
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Such A Great msg!! Thank you Todd- we were blessed.

Sermon2/13/19 9:16 PM
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The Olympics' Public Defiance of God
Rev. Trevor Kirkland
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“ The Olympics: Golden in Greed ”
It is rather troubling on how the Olympics, both Summer and Winter, make a greedy occupation out of recreational athletic activities. The greed of the Olympics is evident in its promotion of sexual lasciviousness as well as immodest attire. The real problem with some of the activities at the Olympics like diving and gymnastics is not that they involve people performing somersaults on the floor, springboard, and trampoline, but that the athletes are wearing immodest attire, namely one piece swimsuits, swim briefs, and leotards. It is also evident in Isaiah 47:1-3 that any display of the bare thighs is a sign of nakedness. Then again, the Olympics, both ancient and modern, have marketed nudity for the sake of greed. This sermon shows why the Olympics is driven by the love of money, which is the root of all evil. Remember 1 Timothy 6:10.

Sermon2/13/19 9:07 PM
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The Olympics
Robert W. Reed
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“ Olympic Athletes: Rich and Spoiled ”
This sermon shows why Olympic athletes of all nations are rich and spoiled. Never forget the fate of the rich man in Luke 16:19-31. The rich man was tormented in Hell. Many wealthy people, including Olympic athletes are ordained to be tormented in Hell, and later on, the Lake of Fire. The fact is that most Olympic athletes would not want to rely on The Lord Jesus Christ for their salvation because the Gospel of Jesus Christ is a stumbling block to the prestigious. Of course, all those prestigious medals and accolades acquired by Olympic athletes do not and will not matter. The Olympic athletes will either die at a young age or die at an old age. The only thing that matters is where will people spend their eternal destination. It also means that most Olympic athletes will spend their eternity in Hell, and later on, the Lake of Fire. On Judgment Day, all those prestigious accolades like gold medals will not be there to save them.

Sermon2/13/19 9:00 PM
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Sports
Robert W. Reed
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“ Remembering Luke 16:19-31 ”
With a sermon like this, it is important to remember Luke 16:19-31.

Sermon2/13/19 8:57 PM
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“ Pro Athletes: Rich and Spoiled ”
Pro athletes are indeed rich and spoiled. Never forget the Parable of The Rich Man and Lazarus in Luke 16:19-31. As evident in the parable, the fate of the rich man was that he was tormented in Hell for the rest of eternity. The fact is, that many wealthy people, including the pro athletes, will meet the same fate that the rich man met. They will be suffering eternal punishment in Hell.

Sermon2/13/19 8:51 PM
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Apartheid Not Peace
Dr. James M. Phillips
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These messages from Luke & the Greek New Testament are Fantastic. They are a must for serious Bible students. Thank you Dr Jim for doing this series of messages. They were all great.this was another great one

Sermon2/13/19 8:50 PM
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“ Remembering Luke 16:19-31 ”
It is important to remember Luke 16:19-31 in times like these.

Sermon2/13/19 7:18 PM
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It is a revelation to understand the meaning in; Rev 17:4  And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication:  Rev 17:5  And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.  Rev 17:6  And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration. 

Sermon2/13/19 7:11 PM
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Lords Day 35
Rev Dr Roger Dean Anderson
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“Worship is an unbelievable privilege.......an opportunity to communally meet with God whom we are reconciled with by the death of His Son Jesus Christ!!” Wow! Thank you for this!!!
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