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Wonderful Joel, I finally took the time to listen to this wonderful breakdown of Psalm 19. It really helps me to have your take on a passage Iâ€™ve memorized. Thank you for the time and effort you always put into your sermons...itâ€™s most obvious. Iâ€™ve missed Redemption over the past few Sundays; Iâ€™m still in Port St. Lucie with my mom. Sheâ€™s being discharged from rehab this Friday and I will return home late Sunday. Jeff will return from Quebec this Thursday and should be in worship Sunday. It will be good to be home!
Great Sermon! Joel, this sermon was fantastic. I loved how you summarized Exodus with the three D words. Very effective. I hope you do a similar sermon after going through Ephesians. We listened to this summary sermon as well as the Ephesians intro sermon in the car while traveling from Texas back to Florida. It was great to hear your voice and it feels good to be caught up with what we missed.
Great Sermon! Excellent dividing of God's word on this subject. There are many that try and explain away God's word because it doesn't fit with what they believe. I believe it's a case of the pendulum swinging against any biblical divorce because of the rampant divorce rate in the western world. This does a big disservice not only to people effected by this issue, but also to God's word. Thank you for this.
Great Sermon! I always knew there was an explanation for dinosaurs in the bible, but no one I asked ever gave a satisfactory answer to the dinosaur issue before. Thank you for this! I now feel better equipped to give an answer if someone were to ask me, and I'm that much more convinced in biblical truth.
Great Sermon! Thank you for speaking out on these preachers. John McArthur is on sermon audio and I hesitate to listen to his sermons as he denies the necessity of the shedding of Christ's blood on the cross. Total depravity is a big issue. I just wonder why they would feel the need to redefine the term. To make parishioners feel better about themselves? That they're not so bad as the guy down the street? That they need less grace from God because of it? That they don't really need to fall to their knees in repentance? Sounds like a slippery slope to me. A little leaven...
Thank you thank you so much for this wake up call. I desperately needed to hear this as I struggle with small issues in comparison and to be reminded of the importance of obedience and the brevity of life. Love to you all in Christ.
Such a help to me today. Thank you for being an answer to prayer today, I have been struggling with some things and feeling attacked of the enemy and struggling with condemnation, I was praying that the LORD would give me answers and came across your sermon. Thank you for sharing Scripture that directly answered my concerns.
So sad to hear. Some of these comments are really unGodly and self righteous. One can only get to heaven through Christ, and Christ alone. I don't know if he had repented of his sins and was redeemed; but I do know that suicide is a result of mental illness, and a lapse in judgement, just as any other sin; it just has more lasting consequences. And I also know that once you are saved, you are saved. Read your bible people.
I so needed to hear this! I needed to hear this so bad! Thank you for your faithfulness to the Word and for pointing me back to my Daddy. When I first got saved we started attending some word of faith type churches, we would hear the truth of God being our Father and the importance of leaning on Him for our every need, but along with that came the name it, claim it teachings and when we saw people saying things and not living them out and saw the name it, claim it as being error I'm sad to say I threw out all the teachings, I became very rule oriented (satan is a judo expert) so instead of the living sinfully while claiming grace, I went the other direction too far and became rather phariseeacle in my thinking and very rule oriented and judgemental? Over the last couple years our merciful Father has been showing me this and showing me truth. So much if that through your teachings, when we were in Tennessee and since we have come back to Maine. The enemy attacked heavily today (even my children saw it) to keep us from listening in for our daily devotion time, but it became clear why as we listened in, thank you for this sermon, its life changing. - Tara D.
Lady virtue, well said. It reminds me of the story in the bible that talks of the woman cutting their babies from the wombs, we think "oh, how brutal and barbaric!" And to think , they didn't even have the ultra sound imagery yet, to see the beautiful little babies. We have ghetto imagery, we know how they develope, we know they are unique and yet, we rip them from the womb, by selfish, self serving people. THEN, if they make it out alive and seem viable yet, we deny them medical care. We call it a baby if we want it, and a fetus if we don't. Aren't we glad our mothers chose to be bothered enough to have us! Argh, Jesus, please come soon.
Praise The Lord. What a humble, apologetic letter. I'd take my hat off if I wore one! I think we need to keep praying for steadfastness to those in these positions, and attemp not to sin in our response to such decisions. God is good.
I think we will see this more and more as organizations try to stay afloat and out of the spot light in a negative way with the world. It is so sad that as proclaiming Christians can not hold firm to their God given standards. The world can't understand it or be expected to live by morals they don't believe in. I think we need to not turn this into hate for gays as that is the fuel that feeds secular opinions of us. We need to pray for leaders that they would hold firm. I believe there can be a Christian with sexual deviance towards homosexual acts, just like there are Christians who struggle with adultery and drunkeness; however, I do not believe one truly born again of the spirit can willingly and openly live and embrace in any of those activities. It should grief them terribly and be a constant struggle against the flesh. As Christians, we are not perfect, but if the Holy Spirit is in us....we should not willingly embrace sin; what ever it may manifest itself as. Let's keep our focus to the sin at hand, and the promotion of such.
I think some of you have stepped away from the real issue here; the persecution on Christians, or people in general. The verbal attacks on each other is silly, divisive, and non-sensical. I too have to agree that we don't need to watch this kind of stuff to "man up". I think of a song we sing in church and one of the lines "Norwalk my heart for what breaks yours", and that my friend, should be enough. It s only through much prayer, unity, love, and perceverance, that we can begin to fight and she'd light on this human rights violation.