Great Sermon! ‚Äú A Message for Blind Pastors ‚ÄĚ
You have counted the cost of discipleship by losing your "self" in the will of God who sent a Savior to die BECAUSE of us. You will assuredly be ostracized by some lip service preachers/Christians, because of this message; those who call you brethren. May God strengthen you in the inward man, and bless you abundantly in every way. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for yielding to the will, work, and plan of God for His glory and the good of man. Most of all THANK GOD!
A Message for Blind Pastors You have counted the cost of discipleship by losing your "self" in the will of God who sent a Savior to die BECAUSE of us. You will assuredly be ostracized because of this message - by those who call you their brethren.
May God strengthen you in the inward man, and bless you abundantly in every way.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for yielding to the will, work, and plan of God for His glory and the good of man. Most of all THANK GOD!
A Bloody Sword Can't seem to get enough of the truth.
This sermon is desperately needed - "Crisis of Racism and Equality." It draws blood.
Oh that God would give His people a mind to work together so that they will know that Jesus is the Christ, and believing receive LIFE through His name.
Great Sermon! I believe in my heart that if pastors across our nation and in some places abroad would examine the content of this message, they would discover some dark areas in their hearts. We Believers cannot continue ignoring these symptoms of myriad problems; economic, social, religious, sexual, financial, mental, physical, etc.
I find this message needful to evangelize the Body of Christ.
Great Sermon! Thanks for "preaching." I realize that teaching is absolutely necessary. But we've had so much teaching, much of it false, that it causes us to live separated from those who actually need to be taught DOCTRINE through preaching. Both preaching and teaching are needed to break up the fallow ground.
Great Sermon! I believe our God was pleased with this presentation.
In a spirit of humility (produced by the message), it has drawn my affections towards Him.
Our churches would fare well if the male pastors spoke the truth to women pastors/preachers.
Great Sermon! It was indeed a joy to hear the sound of truth that nothing; not the Roman government, not religious Jewish system, and surely not the efforts put forth by the flesh can save us from the wrath of God.
The name of the Lord is a strong tower.
Thank you for nourishing the souls of listeners. We never tire of this music. It is sweet. Oh so sweet.
Isn't He wonderful. Isn't He wonderful?
Great Sermon! Only God know His own. We cannot identify the tares among us. So why are those who willfully and blatantly oppose the work and the will of God called brethren or Christian.
We should not even acknowledge a spiritual relationship with them. Just pray and ask GOd to give His people tears for what is happening among those professing to have been redeemed.
We need to cry more. We need our prayers saturated with sorrow that the name of the Lord is being dishonored. Also, Christians need to engage in more Bible reading of the Bible and Bible study. This always reveals God's intent for every situation. He will hear us and answer.
We need to read the Bible and pray. We need to read the Bible and pray, pray, pray to the Lord of Harvest. Then go into the fields.
Great Sermon! Good sermon. However, we need to make the fathers of these aborted humans accountable. Often, the woman lives in guilt, while the man shows no relationship to this atrocity. This is because we are allowing them to go free from responsibility of sin.
Person of Interest wrote: I probably would. Paul attended the services of people who no longer followed God, so I don't see any harm in doing so. My presence does not equal my condoning of the actions any more than Jesus's presence at the wedding equaled His condoning of the drinking going on. (and no, I don't think turning water into wine was condoning the drinking, either). Gay marriage is wrong, as is homosexuality in general, but if a friend of mine who is a homosexual asked me to go to a wedding, I would lovingly accept. I would hope that perhaps I could be used by God while I'm there.
These would be entering a state of perpetual sodomy and will not inherit the Kingdom of Heaven. They may well adopt children. Then suppose they want to join your church.
Isn't this analogous to going with your married buddy to a "House of Ill Repute" to watch every week? May we ever be party to open rebellion and sin?