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Great Sermon! This is a fascinating and insightful sermon on the future events of the great tribulation. Using many Bible references and the words of the Saviour Himself from the Gospel of Matthew the Rev. Abernathy has provided a most instructive discourse on the events of the Tribulation period. I highly recommend this sermon and the rest of the series to anyone who wants to know about the events preceding our Lord's return
Great Sermon! Enjoying this series of 4 sermons. I love the way this is preached as our Lord would: imploring, loving reproach. He wants the Bride to be full to the last soul, cleansed in white to present as spotless. I pray God will strengthen me to live in obedience.
Refreshing. I listened to this sermon again after these almost 5 years and it was again a great blessing for my soul, a real refreshment. Yes, separation is the teaching of the Bible, and I thank the Lord for opening my eyes to see it!
Great Sermon! whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come.
33 Either make the tree good, and his fruit good; or else make the tree corrupt, and his fruit corrupt: for the tree is known by his fruit.
Great Sermon! Rather than hypocritically challenge the truth of God's Word with insincere questions and objections, we must, with humility and meekness, seek the truth as God has revealed it to us. Just as the Pharisees were never able to win in their verbal contests with Christ, so will we also come out the losers if we attempt to argue with God. Rather than engage in what is sure to be a losing battle, why not simply put your faith in Christ, forsake your sin, and know the blessedness of friendship with Him eternally?
Another Great Sermon! The pastor is on a roll in 1st Peter. His opening is powerful and puts the Christian in marriage in context versus the world and it's values. He entirely blasts feminist and liberal ideas of marriage, the role of the wife, which have resulted in social tumult, high divorce rates and infidelity, and popular cohabitation instead of marriage. He underlines real attractiveness and the need for Christian wives to be submissive in the same manner with Christian husbands as they are instructed to be with unbelievers, which is normally overlooked. If a wife does not show respect to her husband, as per this instruction, the marriage is doomed.
Excellent Teaching, Abraham cleared! Amen to the sermon, another example of conservative versus liberal interpretation. Clears Abraham of false charges from today and honors Sarah as an example of a strong and courageous woman of faith. Abraham acted wisely in a hostile and dangerous situation and Sarah followed his lead. Hear the Psalm comes to mind where God says "touch not mine anointed and do my prophets no harm". Telling Pharaoh "thou art a Dead man" God defends Abraham and Sarah twice in similar situations using the same strategy where Abraham justly calls Sarah his sister, both for hers and his own sake. Abraham was no paranoid or coward and had previously armed his slaves to rescue Lot when Sodom was taken captive by Kings with a considerably smaller Army. I've never heard a pastor teach this passage this way while always I had considered that Abraham told partial truth wisely for Just Cause, And appeared Vindicated. Here in a passage, which Feminist would call male patriarchy as if abusive, Sarah is shown to be justified and in fact protected by a just husband and faith in God in calling Abraham 'Lord' and obeying him with courage and honor! God's moral and social order is again upheld with dignity.
Bible reveals God's moral social order accurately The previous comment compels a response for the sake of others. Any impartial listener to the sermon will find that these objections are directly addressed:
1. It is totally accurate to say that God ordained the institution of slavery as much as family and marriage. Specifically the 4th and 10th Commandments the pastor shows endorses, legitimizes as good & moral and regulates slavery as much as the 5th and 7th Commandments do for family and marriage. If we disagree that the Ten Commandments defines God's moral laws and social order then we can only conclude that there is a heretical Liberal Christianity and not true Biblical Christianity asserted. (Such was the false Christianity, Deism of Jefferson & false prophet MLK who denied Jesus virgin birth & Resurrection also). Jesus said he came not to abolish the Law but to fulfill. So Slavery passes The Ten Commandments test!
2. Now the Ten Commandments were revealed and written for mankind because of the Fall. Slavery was most often the result of wars or indebtedness. But Poverty can be a result of persecution, such as in the New Testament, as much as of foolishness or sloth.
3. As the pastor says the abuse of an institution does not negate that Institution as legitimate.
4. Slaves is the term intended in the original langua
Great Sermon! The belief that matter is all that exists has become dominant in our society. Our thoughts, emotions, and desires are all viewed as mere products of chemical reactions in our bodies. But is this consistent with reality, or is it man's delusional attempt to hide from the greatest reality, the living and true God? This attempt to deny reality and hide from God is at the root
of man's restlessness and self-destruction, and can only be remedied by
turning to the Lord Jesus Christ in faith and repentance.
â€śThou hast made us for thyself, O Lord, and our heart is restless until it finds its rest in thee.â€ťâ€• Augustine