Excellent Discussion Pastor Sean, staff and guests;
Without question this maybe the most insightful, on point and significant discussion regarding racial reconciliation I have heard these last few years.
I wish this is how the panels at T4G had gone. Pastor like you I left Louisville with the question of what next - a problem had been identified, it seemed that I was the problem just because of my ethnicity but no solution offered. I think that Dr Duncan was closest to a solution.
I am blessed by your approach in this discussion, frankly by the approach and attitude of all involved.
I do have s question like you and most of your staff I am former military (recently retired CSM, 32 years) and like you we have lived /worked in an environment where we didnâ€™t deal with others based on ethnicity we were all equal - how much does that affect our ability to empathize/sympathize with brothers and sisters on both sides of the issue who donâ€™t have that experience?
Trump is NOT evil but his theology is as lacking as most. Let us reconsider, though, that we are all children of God by His created order though not by new birth. I do realize this means they will go to hell but a child of the devil is according to doctrinal practice, not birth. The pilgrims in America celebrated Christmas while others did not but they did not judge one another for whichever practice they chose.
Great Sermon! Truly God has opened your eyes and heart to the wickedness that has been lurking to long in the church and the ignorance of many pastors. How the godly are being punished further in these situations or put under discipline. The saddest part is how the mother watches the suffering of her children . Thank you for speaking out. Everything you have said is true. I know for I have lived it and still am dealing with issues from this. God bless you for making this available to all at no charge. Lord bless this man who seeks You and loves You and wants to share Your Word. In Jesus Name.
Great Sermon! This may help the lady who requested info on jw's. http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=626044724 Your advice was spot on, don't let them in the door. Enjoy your broadcast, thanks
Outstanding sermon series So grateful for these wonderful and convicting sermon series on glorifying God, our thoughts, and backbiting. These three topics are rarely taught and were most timely in my own Christian walk. Thanks Pastor Phillips. May God continue to bless your ministry.
I just had the opportunity to visit the New York Gospel Mission last week [11/14-18/11]. This ministry is now feeding 600 people coming to six services a week. What a wonderful opportunity God has given to provide both spiritual and physical nourishment to lower Manhattan. While I was there I was introduced to new believers who had never heard the gospel until they came there. Pray for this ministry!
Great Sermon! I appreciated your post on infant baptism and am sadly surprised it caused such a stir. Coming from a Catholic family background, I have seen first hand the damning effects of such teaching and practice. Posting such straightforward doctrine can only be a help. Thank you!
The words of the Apostle Paul in he epistle to the Romans in Rom 1: 21-32, sums it all; ... that God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient (v28). And the words of the Lord Jesus, that heaven and earth shall pass away but my words remaineth.
Brethren, let us continue to earnestly content for the faith that was once delivered unto the saints, amidst the madness and chaos of the world today, as the Day of Lord approaches.