Great Sermon! Christ exalted! I'm very excited about this series on psalm 110. I was just telling my family last night that psalm 110 is my second favorite psalm with Psalm 2 being the first. May Christ be greatly glorified in the preaching of his word!
Blessed message. This is not a simple sermon, it is not the transmission of Biblical information, but, as the preacher wanted, it put the audience face to face with Christ! And it put me face to face with the Lord!
Great Sermon! What a biblical insight... Wow, what a wonderful biblical insight to a common question! Understandably the quality is not the best as it was taken from an old cassette tape, but the message makes up the difference! Hope everyone else is as blessed by this message as I am!
The Olympics: Enjoying The Pleasures of Sin The Olympics, and its many variants, like the World Games, Pan American Games, European Games, African Games, Asian Games, and Pacific Games, are the temporal pleasures of sin lasting for a season. It is wise to remember Hebrews 11:24-26 in a day where the Olympics is widely lauded, even by evangelical churches. The temporal pleasures of sin are not just manifested in the Olympics, but in all pro sports.
Great Sermon! This podcast is invaluable. It is such a privilege to be able to have an almost 30-minute conversation with you every morning about what is happening in the world.
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Pro Sports: Gaining The Whole World This sermon really nails not just the idolatry of pro sports, but the worldiness of it. It is worth remembering Matthew 16:24-28 and Mark 8:34-38 in regards to pro sports. What shall it profit anyone if they gain the whole world and lose their own souls? Pro sports really is about gaining the whole world. These prestigious, but spoiled, pro athletes think that they will gain the whole, but in reality, most of them will lose their own souls in Hell, and eventually, the Lake of Fire. It is also worth noting 1 John 2:15-17 as well. The lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, which are not of The Father, but are of the world. The lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life are all manifested in pro sports, meaning that pro sports is not of The Father, but is of the world.
The Olympics: Gaining The Whole World It is worth remembering Matthew 16:24-28 and Mark 8:34-38 with regards to the Olympics. What shall it profit anyone if they gain the whole world and lose their own souls? This sermon shows why participating in the Olympics is about gaining the whole world. These prestigious, but spoiled, Olympic athletes from the many nations of the world think that they are gaining the whole world, but in reality, many of them will lose their own souls in Hell, and eventually the Lake of Fire.
Short But A Good ermon! Thank you Daniel for getting to the point about seeking the face of God. Desiring him above all else is critical in the lives of Christians. Prayer according to the knowledge of God and his will is necessary.
Great Sermon! Timely message. Pride takes root in the heart and, if left unchecked, takes up residence there. Self-righteousness often results from pride and will eventually derail all who are deluded by it.
Only God can truly humble a sinner, head knowledge never equals salvation. Praise Him if He lowers you in the dust, fear Him if He doesn't.
Great Sermon! let me add this, those who hold to and defend this Romanist heresy of free will need to listen to this message. The truths presented are not from Calvin, they are from God through a man brought out of the heresy of a works-based salvation. May God give them ears to hear.
Great Sermon! Great truths from this man, who was once trapped in a dead religion based on works and 'free will', and now seeks to expose that heresy by giving God's word.
Arminianism leads back to Rome, which is why the Jesuits implanted this heresy in the first place. Many today are still deluded by this tragic error of 'free will' and will not break free from it unless God sets them free. Praise Him for His grace, for it is grace that saves, not man and his 'decision'.