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Thought provoking lecture It is quite interesting to perceive how the subtile trends behind the erosion of evangelical faith in the 19th century before Darwin seem to center in the prominence of human logic above the revealed Word.
Great encouragement. This message was a very great blessing for me today. I learned many things and it was a great encouragement for me. I wan to give to the Lord what I have, in order to be used by Him, as I saw in this message.
A Rich Blessing! Barren, bitter, broken and blessed has reached me at the point of my need most assuredly. Preached through the anointed ministry of Bro. Reg Kelly. God bless and continue to give you fresh oil and unction, Bro. Reg.
Great Sermon! This is a sermon that fits today's 'Christianity'. It's refreshing to hear a preacher speak of biblical separation, and to point to the lateness of the hour.
May God be glorified and bless the faithful men who stand firm on His truth.
Great Sermon! I have not listened to the tape. However, I want to clear up many misconceptions about effeminate males.
Some of them have claimed to be gay.
In light of what women are saying about being raped, abused, etc. we know that many have gone from pillar to post with different sex partners. The seem somewhat whorish.
I have talked with many "gay" men who have said they were raped or abused by a man when they were very young boys.
Behavior displayed by both males and females who have been sexually abused are pretty much the same. But the male has been left to feel powerless; even over women.
Let's stop bruising them even more than they have been and engage them in loving dialogue. You will be surprised to find that you have given them hope.
Not all have entered this lifestyle voluntarily.
Instead of throwing the tablet of stone upon them to destroy them, bring them to the One who judges righteously. Pray for them and become their trusting friend. Above all, speak the truth in love and with firm conviction; for there is a judgment to come.
The Ten Commandments Still Apply This sermon is refreshing and inspirational. It begins as a preaching about the Tenth Commandment about not coveting, but this commandment and our meditation on it draws us into even deeper issues of our sinfulness. Though those who follow Christ are called "saints" in the Bible (different from the special designation used by the Roman Catholics), we know we are converted sinners, and those not in the body of Christ are unconverted sinners. So in this sermon Pastor Doug explores how we should think about and deal with this sinful condition that abides in our hearts and minds even after we have been born again. But he not only explores the matter but proclaims our need for good works, obedience to the Word of God, and recognition that through Christ we shall eventually be in that perfect place where we can 100% worship (and serve) in spirit and truth. At the same time, he clearly is not antinomian, and in no way putting a positive spin on our basic sinfulness. He recommends good works in keeping with the Ten Commandments and recommends greater study of those commandments. Following the sermon I purchased Thomas Watson's work on the Ten Commandments, and printed out a couple of sections that are available at monergism.com Have a blessed Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas. Jeff
Great Sermon! I'm really encouraged by this teaching and will listen to the whole series. I have been studying creation and evolution since I listened to ken Ham first time about 9 years ago. This is very fascinating and current subject. So thank you very much Mr Boehm.
Amen!!! I‚Äôm ten minutes into this sermon and I just had to write to say A thousand times Amen! Praise God! and thank you for so directly upholding the Lord‚Äôs holiness and the church‚Äôs sanctity. I am sick of selfie-driven Christianity and that much more thankful for the few Bible believing, old paths preachers and teachers who remain for the glory of God.