It's too bad Mr. White, I wish you would debate/challenge truly godly men who defend the underlying MSS of the AV. Challenging the likes of Steven Anderson is a joke. There are plenty of godly, educated men you could challenge and debate, but you only do so with men who do not even show evidence that they are born again(and are looney). Most Christians who defend the TR and therefore the AV, are not "KJV Onlyists", believing that the translation is inspired, yet you put everyone in the same bucket. This is dishonest.
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Great Sermon! Great! Thank you so much,I thank God for your teachings on this. It's much needed. Thank you for having the nerve to talk about the truth about television, it needs to be repeated.May God bless you.
It must have been simpler when we didn't have so many choices? Mind you, Adam and Eve only had the one choice and even then they managed to mis-choose.
The Hebrew people had many healthy children, and I have read edifying stories of the lives of the early missionaries - and they are constantly thanking the Lord for the vigour of their plentiful broods. Death was taken as Gods will. Life as blessing.
Great Sermon! This is such a great sermon for all teenagers to hear. It is helpful for all ages of course, but just a really powerful message to teens/young adults about staying away from sinful/tempting areas in life (aka: "the vineyards".)
Thank you Pastor Lewis for preaching strong and real for our teens!