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Sermon Why Effeminate Men are Shameful - Effeminacy =... | Kevin Swanson
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Sermon11/11/14 7:10 AM
Pastor Sean Harris | Fayetteville, North Carolina  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Pastor Sean Harris
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“ A Response ”
1. It would be wonderful if those commenting would include an email address so more correspondence could occur. 2. I doubt anything I say will be acceptable unless I were to repent and recant. 3. No one knows whether the Pope is lost or not. While we may suspect he is a hell-bound sinner because of his leadership of this false church whether he is elect of God is known only to God. 4. At this point no one can say the Pope is the 'Anti-Christ.' That is pure speculation. You may call him 'anti-Christ' if you are referring to many anti-christs but to say he is a member of the unholy trinity of the beast, dragon and anti-Christ is simply speculation until more unholy fruit is manifest. Every pope has been the 'Anti-Christ from some people's perspective. 5. Finally how can I quote from someone without considering the person? The Apostle Paul did. In Titus 1.12 Paul quotes from a false prophet. This poet or prophet is a sinner--an unbeliever--a idolater and rebellion against God but he was right when he said or wrote 'Cretans are always liars, evil beasts, lazy gluttons.' And the Pope is right when he quotes from the Word of God in Philippians 3:18 in CONTEXT. If tomorrow the Pope were to say Christians need to be kinder--more loving--charitable I would agree.

Sermon1/8/14 7:15 AM
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“ Amazing Testimony ”
This is an amazing testimony of the grace of God. How these Mormons came to Christ is a marvelous display of God's overwhelmingly prevailing salvific grace. I wish I could force every member of Berean to listen to this podcast intensely. Each needs to exercise their freewill to listen to a description of God's Sovereignty.

Sermon12/3/13 1:04 PM
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“ Excellent Sermon! ”
Paul, Great work in the exegesis and application of this great letter to the gospel. The 'Gospel in Street Clothes' is super description for the application of what is happening in this text. Thanks.

Sermon4/19/13 12:55 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Shai Linne may be my favorite "Reformed Rapper." His songs like "Expository Preaching" are powerful and convicting. That would explain why he is ignored by main stream Christian radio.

Sermon3/6/13 5:57 AM
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“ RE: Cezar from Midwest ”
Please take the time to show me in particular how what I preached was incorrect from the Word of God. Please refer me to Bible verses. Certainly our authority is found in the Word of God not a particular preacher's interpretation of a passage.

Sermon3/6/13 5:55 AM
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“ RE: Joe Lee and Straw Men ”
Joe Lee, It would have been wonderful if you had been so kind as to articulate one of the straw men I set up so that I don't do that again. My intent was not set up straw men but instead show that God's Sovereignty in the salvation of the elect is a concept beyond any human's full comprehension.

Sermon12/17/12 7:01 AM
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“ Re: 'Us, rather then them' ”
The statement "we give more money to enemies over seas than we do in food stamps" is not true. The US budget is public information. I did a follow up podcast in response to this comment titled "Foreign Aid and Food Stamps." Check it out learn what the actually numbers are. You will be surprised. Moreover, we might ask: Who are our enemies? Certainly not the small children starving to death in Africa.

Sermon9/22/12 10:38 AM
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“ Re: SamJ. from Goda ”
Sam J. your point is well taken. I am not sure what the solutions are to the complex problems outside of the preaching of the gospel and the Second coming of Christ. I know that American cannot be expected to ignore the actions of brutal Islamic fundamentalists bent on the destruction of democracies. Please understand I have expressed all that I said in that podcast in previous commentaries prior to Matthew Sitton's death and I wholeheartedly agree that Christ died for Afghans (Heb 2:9).

Sermon9/13/12 6:23 AM
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“ RE: JJC from NY ”
JJC, Please send me an article that explains the other side. My point in the most recent podcast is that the position of "union boss" (these elected representatives) are not God-ordained positions of authority which must be obeyed. Instead, the "master" is the school administrator. Christians should not strike. If a Christian does not like their wages or working conditions they should resign or trust in God to provide more wages. Can you imagine me telling my church I will not preach again until you pay me more or lighten my work load or provide new carpet for my office or stop expecting so much from me? I am well aware of incompetent teachers in NY which are on the payroll and the union protects them from being dismissed. The truth is the war in Iraq and Afghanistan is a contributor to at least 1.4 trillion of the debt according to some estimates and the military does waste money. Presently millions perhaps billions of dollars are unaccounted for from both regions. As a taxpayer that makes me angry and those responsible for the mismanagement should be held responsible. Just like you should be angry that millions of dollars are wasted in NY school districts and incompetent teachers are protected from being dismissed because of union rules. Please do more research into the way uni

Sermon8/26/12 6:55 AM
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“ RE: Curtis from Seatle ”
"In order for people to have a relationship with God we must" place repentant faith in the good news (the gospel)that God sent his only begotten Son to die for us in an individual atoning sense and that He rose again. God is God and a single word like "gentleman" is not sufficient to describe God. I hardly think of a gentleman killing the firstborn of everything in Egypt not covered by the blood (see the first Passover). Or I hardly think of a gentleman giving the order to Israel to wipe out everything that has a pulse in the occupation of Promised Land, yet both are ordered by God. God is God and no single attribute trumps his other attributes. This is why "Love Wins" is a misnomer. The Apostle Paul is an example of a person who fought sin and desired to be in God's presence. All born again believers will battle with sin all the days of their life (see Rom 7:15-25). In heaven the absence of Satan, sin, death and the flesh will remove any need to "force" believers to live holy lives. God's finished work of sanctification will culminate with perfect holiness in all who are redeemed and these redeemed saints will enjoy God forever without compulsion they will live holy lives in the grace of God. I thank God that regeneration includes creating a will that will respond to the truth.

Sermon8/21/12 10:08 PM
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“ RE InquiryforTruth ”
The Republicans should let the voters of MO decide what they want to do with Akin. There is already a system in place to decide what needs to be done with Akin it is called an election.

Sermon8/19/12 9:14 PM
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“ Correction ”
I made a mistake in this sermon when I said the word "gospel" is NOT found in Hebrews. I missed Hebrews 4:2. In many translations it is rendered the good news but the KJV renders it "gospel." This is the only reference to the word gospel in the book of Hebrews.

Sermon7/21/12 8:09 AM
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“ PS from USA ”
I agree that Christ's words provide us great comfort in the assurance of our salvation. Yet Peter who heard Jesus say this later wrote 2 Peter 1:10 "Therefore, brothers, be all the more diligent to confirm your calling and election, for if you practice these qualities you will never fall."

Sermon5/1/12 9:59 PM
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“ Point of Clarification ”
The LGBT community is intentionally distorting a minute of this sermon where I spoke with haste, hyperbole, passion, and a lack of clarity. Please forgive me. However, I do not apologize for the Word of God. I believe only the gospel of Jesus Christ has the power to deliver a person from sexual immorality including effeminacy and homosexuality. But this does not remove a parent’s responsibility to train up a child in the way that he or she should go including gender distinctions. I am NOT suggesting that any form of physical abuse should be used on a child. That is a mischaracterization of my entire preaching ministry. Please extend to me the same grace you desire to be extended to yourself when you say words you should have said differently. Thank you. Pastor Sean

Sermon3/27/12 8:21 PM
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“ Thank You ”
Thank you Kevin and Em (sp) for providing this great overview of the movie. I am glad I don't have to go and subject my mind to such trash and can still be informed. I have asked all my staff to download the program and be informed.

Sermon3/23/12 1:30 PM
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Coping With Criticism
Dr. Joel Beeke
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“ Exceptionally Helpful and Productive ”
Very very practical and helpful.

Sermon3/3/12 4:41 PM
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“ Point of Clarification ”
I am not suggesting that Christians should not play sports with unbelievers. In fact is a GOOD thing when Christians actively choose to engage unbelievers in leagues and association permitted they can live their faith out in good conscious. I am asking all in the body of Christ to consider the manner in which idolatry is legitimized when inter-faith sports leagues are established between true Christians, Jews, Muslims, and Mormons, etc. Or in this case, a specific sporting venue is set up where the leaders of a Christian church play the leaders of a center of idolatry has the potential of confusing the world concerning the distinctiveness of Christianity against all other brands of heathenism. Pastor Sean

Sermon12/21/11 7:01 PM
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“ Excellent Interview ”
Is it really possible for a born again Christian to walk my a 2 year dying and not do anything? I say not. Did Jesus give us a parable about who someone's neighbor was and how that person was to be loved. I want to support this missionary. I hope he will email me.

Sermon11/5/11 5:17 PM
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In Sickness and in Health
Pastor Andrew Webb
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Excellent encouragement to all who are and will get married!

Sermon8/19/11 11:46 AM
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Why I Am Not A Reformed Baptist
Jonathan Modene
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“ Discernment is a Gift from God ”
This sermon paints with very wide brush strokes the point that the listener may struggle at discerning the linkeage between the seeker-sensitive movement mentioned in the sermon as well as the reformed Baptists. Certainly the two group are light years apart. So then one senses that everyone is the target.
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