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Sermon8/7/19 5:18 AM
Doug West | Spring Lake,NC  Find all comments by Doug West
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Be Still My Soul
John Chapman
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Wonderful Word of God

Sermon8/7/19 3:02 AM
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Divine Wisdom The book of Proverbs is one of the “many ways” God spoke (Heb. 1:1), leading us to his only Son Jesus. What stands out about the book of Proverbs is its gracious offer of divine wisdom for foolish and weak people. The book of Proverbs is an outpouring of grace from God. Again and again, the author appeals to the reader as his dear “son” (Prov. 1:8, 10, 15; 2:1; 3:1, 11, 21; 4:1, 10, 20; 5:1, 7, 20; 6:1, 3, 20; 7:1, 24; 19:27; 23:15, 19, 26; 24:13, 21; 27:11). This book breathes with the Spirit of adoption (Rom. 8:15). We may therefore study Proverbs not to earn a sonship still out of reach but to bear witness to a sonship already given.

Sermon8/7/19 2:02 AM
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Three Views of Christ from His Family Line
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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This is an enriching presentation, consolidating key biblical understanding. Thanks

Sermon8/6/19 9:41 PM
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Great insights. Thank you

Sermon8/6/19 6:50 PM
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No Baptism By Proxy
Jeff Arthur
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1Co 15:57  But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.  The Jesus Christ that is alive, the First fruits of the Living forever. Great Sermon on a very hard to understand topic, thank you Pastor Jeff.

Sermon8/6/19 6:21 PM
Gary and Janey Hollback | Wheelersburg church  Contact via emailFind all comments by Gary and Janey Hollback
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The Purpose of the Pastor
Todd Nibert
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Thank you so much for that wonderful message

Sermon8/6/19 6:07 PM
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Patching Up The Old
Darvin Pruitt
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Thank you Darvin. Enjoyed the msg.

Sermon8/6/19 5:37 PM
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A few days ago, I listened to Christian rap for the first time and was appalled at how worldly and sensual it sounded. It did not put me in the mood to worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness, but made me feel more like dancing in a sensual way. I wanted to hear what a conservative pastor had to say about it; so I came to SermonAudio and found this sermon. It is excellent and has confirmed my conviction that this music is not of God because it puts desires in the heart that are contrary to His Word. Some might argue that Christian rap has helped people spiritually and therefore it must be okay. However, the end doesn't justify the means. God can bring good out of evil, but that doesn't sanction the evil. For the few helped, there will likely be many more who are hurt by this music as it influences them to pursue sensual pleasures.

Sermon8/6/19 5:31 PM
Keith | Arkansas  Find all comments by Keith
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A few days ago, I listened to Christian rap for the first time and was appalled at how worldly and sensual it sounded. It did not put me in the mood to worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness, but made me feel more like dancing in a sensual way. I wanted to hear what a conservative pastor had to say about it; so I came to SermonAudio and found this sermon. I thought it was excellent and has confirmed my conviction that this music is not of God because it puts desires in the heart that are contrary to His Word. Some might argue that Christian rap has helped people spiritually and therefore it must be okay. However, the end doesn't justify the means. God can bring good out of evil, but that doesn't sanction the evil. For the few helped, there will likely be many more who are hurt by this music as it influences them to pursue sensual pleasures.

Sermon8/6/19 5:21 PM
Keith | Arkansas  Find all comments by Keith
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Paul Washer makes some good points. He acknowledges that secular rap is sinful, but argues that a sinful art form can be transformed and used for that which is good. I would agree as long as it doesn't stir up sensual desires, because when people become born again, they have become new creatures with a desire for holiness. Therefore, they will want music that stirs up that desire rather than desires that are contrary to God's Word. When I listened to Christian rap, it did not put me in the mood to worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness, but made me feel more like dancing in a sensual way. (For a sermon which points out this danger and other dangers of Christian rap, I would recommend "Weighing Rap & Hip-Hop" by Chris Hand.) Though I'm not in agreement with Paul Washer on Christian rap, I'm in complete agreement with him on what it means to be saved. When people become saved, they will not continue to live in sin, but will seek to live a holy life. This is the evidence of true conversion.

Sermon8/6/19 4:43 PM
Janine Elizabeth | Louisiana  Contact via emailFind all comments by Janine Elizabeth
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An excellent message on wisdom preached in wisdom.

Sermon8/6/19 3:57 PM
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The High Priestly Prayer Part 5
Jesse Barrington
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These messages are so good! When will the series continue? It's been several weeks since a message has been added.

Sermon8/6/19 3:19 PM
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Here's Hope For All!
Dr. Andy Bloom
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I wish my son had heard this sermon thirty years ago; he may not be in the sodomite lifestyle today. At least I know there is hope for him to come out

Sermon8/6/19 2:06 PM
Yolanda | AZ  Find all comments by Yolanda
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Cut to the Heart
Dr. David B. McWilliams
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Such an amazing revelation of truth.

Sermon8/6/19 1:23 PM
Margaret Elmore Gebhart | Bluff City Tn  Contact via emailFind all comments by Margaret  Elmore Gebhart
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Thank you brother Gabe.. what a wonderful message wonderful what a wonderful blessing from it!! Sending my love to you and your family and all Margaret

Sermon8/6/19 1:09 PM
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Faith in Time of Fear
Jim Byrd
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Excellent sermon!! Love how you tied faith in time of fear to the glorious doctrine of Predestination. I will be listening to this message again the next time I am tempted to fear.

Sermon8/6/19 6:56 AM
nkjustice | Erie - Pa  Find all comments by nkjustice
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#100 The Hebrew Wedding
Dr. James M. Phillips
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Sermon8/6/19 4:21 AM
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A Vision for Uganda
Jeff Anderson
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This was interesting and useful. Thank you!

Sermon8/6/19 2:55 AM
Sharon Cantrell | OR  Contact via emailFind all comments by Sharon Cantrell
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Pastor Lawson, If one does a study on Venus in ancient times, you will find that up until the 2 years prior to the Birth of Christ Venus had a cycle that revolved back to its prior location every 8 years. After the birth of Christ the cycle never recovered and continues to make irregular cycles. While looking and studying on Venus in the ancient days, I find a pattern, that marks Christ's birth exactly, fulfilling all the scriptures of his birth. Even the sign's the Magi seen. It was not a wondering star. In fact it was Venus as it became the morning star, just prior it had been the evening star, which is the cycle broken. In the year 27bce Venus goes through Leo heads to Virgo then makes a direct path to Crater the Cup Constellation but leaves off just as soon as it get's there. Then in 26bce, the same action again, I believe this to be the sign's that the Magi used to know when to Leave. The first sighting would need to be confirmed and it was a year later, So they Left babylon or there about's. About 3 years later we find Christ born and living in a house, the Magi being warned left. Why did they give gifts of men, to support them in Egypt. Basically what I studied in a simplistic form. Blessings to you and your church.
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