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Great Sermon! We are all the House of Israel, the grafted in Jews and the Graftes in Gentiles. We are all called the House of Israel. The term Jew only came into play after the origanal house of Isreael spitin two, and oune was called Israel and the other Juda, which is the same as Jews. A saved Jew is called a Israelite under the New covenanat becaue even they are grafted back into the Olive tree of Israel. Both Gentile is now call the new House of Israel, we all are Israel. That is why Jesus said "Mat 10:6Â But go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.Â
Mat 15:24Â But he answered and said, I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.Â
Welcome to the New Covenant Israel Pastor Jeff and Congregation in Elizabeth Baptist
Church, West Virginia.
Reply to Marsha Fowler My remarks about Dr. King's worldview are based upon his writings and his speeches. He clearly denied the bodily resurrection, the deity of Christ, the virgin birth, and the substitutionary atonement. He is widely regarded as a "modernist" who did not accept or preach the gospel.
He made it clear, in his preaching, that he had no hope of the resurrection, that all his hope rested in this life.
I know that is disturbing, because Dr. King had many excellent things to say about justice, and accomplished many good things.
That is why he stands as a tragic public example of the profound sadness of having no hope in eternity.
I still do not understand why those who profess Christ go to the beach, as you mentioned you, as a Pastor, did. Those who profess Christ are to dress modestly, not as the world dresses, which is immodest. Going to the beach, most women would wear bikinis and men would wear just swimming trunks. Where is the commanded modesty of the professing Christ followers?????????????????
Great Sermon, God's Own Truth! Another excellent sermon; well and clearly preached; good sound Bible teaching, and courageously declared in this day of gross apostasy and sodomy! Praise God for 'those of like precious faith...' in Christ Jesus.
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Great Sermon! Thank you for this sobering truthful message. I love your website. i spend all day on it, listening and learning about God and Jesus. These sermons strengthen my faith in God and it brings me closer to Him. All glory to God. Amen
Assurance This sermon just took away the congregationâ€™s assurance. It suggested that you have to have works - not to be saved but to maintain your salvation, or at the very least, prove it. James was pointing out to Jewish believers that they need to place their personal trust in Jesusâ€™ finished cross work, not just believe some facts about him. Our works justify us before MEN, not God.
A heart warming sermon By way of a postscript . .
To us He has given eternal life . . immortality and the glories that await us in Heaven. (John 10:28-29: John 17:2)
What a blessing to be one upon whom God has commended his love and bestowed the exceeding riches of His grace in Christ, who has made us â€śrich toward God. (Rom. 5:8; Eph. 1:3-7)
When we die we leave our worldly possessions and valuables behind, but those who have Christ are quite willing to do so, that they might be with Him, who is that which is most precious to us . . even that â€śpearl of great price.â€ť (Matt. 13:46; 1 Thess. 4:16-17)
â€ś . . . . Christ in you, the hope of glory.â€ť (Col. 1:27)
Christ is precious only to those who know Him as I do . . by the grace of God . . as their blessed Saviour and Redeemer God.
How good it is to be able sing with all my heart the sublime words of this hymn . .
Peace like a river is flooding my soul,
Since Christ, my Saviour, maketh me whole;
Sweet peace abiding my portion shall be;
Jesus, my Saviour, is precious to me.
How good it is to know Him as that which is most precious of all . . for He is the â€śone thing needfulâ€ť
Thank you Pastor Pickett for once again preaching Christ in all His fullness and exalting our most precious Saviour God.
Great Sermon! Justin, using your analogy of the doctor leaving the medicine on the porch: would the doctor be a "bully" if instead he went inside the house and gave the medicine to his patient, ensuring it was truly taken and in the right amount,the patient was improving, etc? Remember, some patients are too sick to take a pill.
Then why call the Lord a "bully" for rescuing sinners from a far, far greater peril, an eternal one? The fact is that Jesus Christ is a Savior, a Rescuer. He truly rescues, not theoretically but actually. He doesnt just leave His salvation "on the porch," as it were. He goes in and rescues the ones who are dead in trespasses and sins and (get this) unable to save themselves, unable to take the medicine. And God does not just make us well, He "made us alive"! Eph 2:5 He has chosen His people from eternity past. See Romans 8:29-30 foreknown, predestined, called, justified, glorified
i don't agree Listening at the moment to this and the preacher points to God cursing His people in Malachi, to prove He is cursing His own people in 1 Corinthians.
In ancient Israel the people didn't have individual salvation, they were chosen as a nation, and not many were individually saved, as we know by their constant rebellion. The condemnation in 1 Corinthians is not for Christians. How could any Christian have no love for the Lord.
There is now, no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. God doesn't lie, and He does not curse His own.
I might listen to the rest of it, but I'm saddened that others think this was a good sermon.
I believe God's Word, so I must reject this teaching. Thank you