Great Sermon! Another must listen sermon brothers and sisters. We so 'naturally' understand what the scriptures are, God's purposes, what the church is, what the Gospel is. Saints may we no longer view any man, any portion of God's revealed word, or His kingdom in a natural, old man, old Adam, earthly, fleshly, carnal way again! God's ways and thoughts are SOOOOO much higher than ours. Said another way, we have not come to Mt. Sinai but to Mt. Zion, the heavenly Jerusalem, the one that John sees in Revelation coming down out of heaven. Listen to this man teach the scriptures. At the very least he will give you a lot to think about (scripturally) and perhaps cause you to repent of the way all people naturally think, and thus 'live'!
Great Sermon! Eschatology matters Saints! Hear this sermon brothers and sisters. Even Peter was rebuked by Christ for thinking of the ways of man instead of the ways of God. Without a holistic, eschatological view of God's unfolding plan of Creation, Israel, new creation in Christ, and ultimately cosmic restoration (new heavens/earth), we quite easily (naturally) reduce the Bible (God's testimony of Himself) into a rule book for living "our" temporal lives. And then, like little children, say "my verse is right and yours is wrong" and, like the Corintians, His body divides over all sorts of earthly things.
How did Saul/Paul know all the words of the O. T. scriptures and yet later counted all things before knowing Christ rubbish (Philippians 3) because he didn't know the Old Testament was portraying life in Christ and ultimately the summing-up of all things in Him. But when taught by Christ, he knew life was "In Him" and consequently our lives should be lived "In Him. Let us all know Him as the scriptures speak of Him and His purposes - such that we grow up into the fullness of Him who is the head. For his glory and our faithful witness to a lost and dying world.
Great Sermon! Another great reminder of what The Church is, biblically (and is not). Rather than loving and embracing our different callings and giftedness, we 'naturally' still tend to think fleshly. And to the extent this happens, the more today's church mirrors the one Paul wrote to in 1st Corinthians! Understand what Christ's church is - and press into your part/role, and enjoy the other members' parts/roles. His Church looks like a people from every tongue, tribe and nation, because it is. Please forget trying to: 1) build Christ's church (numbers) or 2) make your local assembly look like you and 'people like you'. His way, laid out in scripture, is His Church, embrace Him and enjoy His body! In light of these things, what kind of people ought we to be?
Great Sermon! What is a Christian? What is life in his body? How do we view sufferings? This sermon addressees all three biblically. Not surprisingly, God's word paints a reality quite different than the one we 'naturally' tend to conclude. Check it out!
Great Sermon! Do you wonder how the Jews rejected Jesus, the one promised throughout the O.T. (missed their day of visitation)? Do you wonder how Paul, a Pharisee of Pharisees and Nicodemus The teacher of Israel initially missed Him? And what about us two thousand years later. How do we know we're not making the same mistake? Jesus said in Matthew 7:21-23 that many will say to me Lord Lord, yet they must depart from Him because he never knew them. Listen to this sermon Christian. It is worthy of your time and more importantly worthy of your witness to the one true God, the Holy One of Israel, the Messiah, Jesus the Son and the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world. Keep learning disciple!
Great Sermon! Listen Christian, please! This humble servant teaches on one of the great N.T. mysteries - Resurrection of our bodies. Hopefully you are a Berean and thus value greatly knowing everything that God's word reveals about himself and his plans. If so, this sermon will challenge and stretch you. It will give you a glorious view of God, will encourage you, strengthen your faith and launch you into worship as you see the scriptures clarify this glorious subject. There are several views on this topic and this one makes a lot of sense as we consider ALL the scriptures! Check it out, to see if it is so!
Great Sermon! Every Christian should hear this sermon! What am I to understand Jesus to mean when he said in Matthew 5:17 that I didn't come to abolish the law but to fulfill it? The law is a monstrously large topic in God's word and yet is understood quite differently by Christians - isn't it worth your time (for His namesake) to understand it rightly? This sermon discusses the various viewpoints and then offers one that once again "coagulates" the scriptures! By that I mean it holds true because it is confirmed by the rest of the scriptures rather than violating some other portion(s). Be a Berean, see if it is so. God bless!
Great Sermon! For all who love our Lord PLEASE LISTEN to this sermon!!! Can you clearly articulate the Biblical Good News (and use scripture to show 'it is so')? Can you articulate how THE Gospel and THE Kingdom relate to one another? This sermon will equip you to do both, and thus to biblically fulfill the Great Commission AND walk in a manner worthy of the good news! No Christian wants to preach a different gospel, yet many ARE preaching a mere shadow of the biblical Gospel. Spend an hour and a half and hear this sermon, PLEASE! If you only have an hour, listen to the last hour. If you only have half an hour, listen to the last half-hour but listen to it, PLEASE! And then listen to the whole sermon more than once. Proclaiming the (biblical) gospel is our central mission and the power of God in our lives. Know THE Gospel brothers and sisters - because we simply can't live what we don't know. Do it for His honor and namesake. Amen.
Another must-hear Sermon! If you want to understand sin, human depravity, the other master we all 'naturally' serve, how big the log in your own eye really is, listen to this sermon! There are only two ways of thinking, His or....
But God, but Christ, but now! Praise God!
Great Sermon! The witness of Christ's church is often weak at best. The last 10-12 minutes of this EXCELLENT sermon tell us why. I pray all Church Elders listen to it so they build up their saints using God's foundation, rather than human wisdom. And I pray all believers listen to it so they know whether their Elders are faithful undersheppards.
Great Sermon! A MUST listen! This one sermon provides MUCH to consider regarding: why the fall happened, 'free' will Vs. God's Sovereignty, Israel's role in God's glorious plan, what MUCH of the bible is repeatedly showing us, the church's role and reasons for its weakness (just like national Isreal's).
Kit' S sermons constantly shows us how the bible is divinely connected and as Christ said in John 5:39, how all the scriptures testify if Him - and does so in a way that breaks-down the weakness of various theological grids by challenging their presuppositions. Christians would all affirm the scriptures are sufficient, inerrant, etc. but Kit has been gifted to show that in a way any Berean can see from scripture. Amen brother!
Great Sermon! All 'believers' please hear this sermon! Their is a radical and eternal difference between piety, commitment and lawful obedience - and faith, hope and love. Yet we all tend to confuse or even equate the two - just as many 'religious' men in Jesus's day (that we might scoff at), like Saul.
Great Sermon! Men preach the sermon on the mount various ways; however, until now I hadn't heard someone show why the content of Chp. 8 'naturally' follows. Once again, this preacher clearly articulates how God's Word beautifully flows, is intricately connected and explains itself - and thus is the power of God unto salvation!
Great Sermon! Another tremendous sermon in which Mr. Culver "coagulates the scriptures". By this I mean he shows how God both 1) fulfilled His promises literally (at that place in human history), AND 2) how all the scriptures testify of, and ultimately has its fulfillment in Christ!. If you want to understand God's revealed Truth, listen to this man teach it. God gifts some men to preach, and Kit certainly is one of them. Praise God!
Great Sermon! Another great example of what a gifted pastor/teacher can share in just one sermon. Mr. Culver repeatedly connects all of scripture showing HOW it all points to Christ - what Good News!
Great Sermon! Wow, so much meat in just one sermon - much to consider and to search the scriptures to see if it is so. As I have done so with many previous K. C. sermons, the scriptures become more cohesive, more seamless, more clear. Some men are gifted by God to preach and teach! Enjoy.
Great Sermon! this man is gifted to coagulate the scriptures! What an overview of redemptive history (in just one sermon, that focuses on just a couple words in Romans 1) - wow. Listen, you will be blessed! Most of us know little about the Old Testament and even less about the prophets (especially the 12 minors). In one sermon Mr. Culver connects Genesis 3 and Genesis 15, 2nd Samuel, 1 Chronicals, Isaiah, the Psalms, the Prophets, Romans 1, and Luke 1 - ALL showing the Bible's seamless Redemptive Revelation. If you like the sermon listen to his 3 introductory sermons on the book of Zechariah. You might learn more about the Old Testament than you know thus far!