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FRIDAY, JAN 13, 2017  |  152 comments
Feedback Friday for 01-13-17

“What are you trusting God for that only God can do?” I don’t remember who asked me that question many years ago, but it has stuck with me throughout the years. Many churches begin a new year by setting some goals! It’s a good time to ask, “What is our church trusting God for that only God can do?” As we face challenges in the new year it is good to remember God’s word to Abraham, “Is anything too hard for the LORD?” (Genesis 18:14). Let us affirm with Jeremiah, “Ah Lord God! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee” (Jeremiah 32:17). As we seek the salvation of people who seem so hardened to the Gospel, let us believe Jesus’ words, “With men this is impossible; but with God all thing are possible” (Matthew 19:26).

Our broadcasters regularly provide feedback about how God is using SermonAudio to impact people’s lives for His kingdom. Here are some responses we have received recently.


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Below is some of the feedback from broadcasters we've received just this past week. We encourage you to contact them and tell them that you saw them here!

Bobby Scott, Community of Faith Bible Church
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"SermonAudio is a blessing to our congregation. We have a diverse congregation. Our older saints find it easy to use and access it and our younger members really enjoy it. We just putting our sermons on your site an good way to allow people to access a sermon they either missed or want to hear again."

Pastor Bill Helland, Cornerstone Community Church
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"SermonAudio is a wonderful way to get our message out to a wider audience. We are humbled every time we see the monthly reports which show that people around the world are listening to our sermons. God blessed us with a radio ministry for years but now SermonAudio is the main way people will be accessing our messages. Thank you for your wonderful site."

Dr. James E. Adams, Cornerstone Church
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"SermonAudio is a great tool. I appreciate the broad, but conservative, number of churches and speakers you have assembled on your site. What you have represented is fantastic! I think we are seeing a great wonder of God’s work in various parts of the world and SermonAudio is a great part of that I believe. Our church is heavily connected to works in Latin America and it is so excited to see the combination of written literature and ministries such as SermonAudio making a gospel impact there and in other ares of this world. We are surprised to find out how many people are listening every month! You are all doing an outstanding job!"

Greg Stanley, Coronado Baptist Church
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"I encourage our people to use SermonAudio. We have a link on our website to our sermons on your site. I normally preach series of messages. Since a lot of people in our area travel, SermonAudio allows them a great way to keep up with the series when they are away. We also have quite a few listeners around the US and in some other countries. Occasionally I will receive an email from someone who listened to a message we uploaded. Sometimes they ask for prayer or we establish contact them with them in some way."

Jon Mahtani, Cornerstone Protestant Reformed Church
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"We are thankful for our relationship with SermonAudio for two main reasons. It serves one of our main avenues of outreach to the community and beyond. It helps us get the Word out! Also it serves members who are sick or moms with sick children who can watch or listen to the service when they are unable to be physically present. We appreciate you assisting us in these two specific ministries."

We would encourage you to read through more testimonials we've received over the years from both listeners and broadcasters alike.

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News Item1/20/17 6:27 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
So was the lump spoiled when the books of Apocrypha were read by any, after being wrongly included by the Kjv?
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News Item1/20/17 4:15 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Go away fool, I discuss nothing with a creep a like you.
I can only describe you as sick and twisted.
I pray for you, and for me to not wish you harm
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News Item1/20/17 4:10 PM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
Dave wrote:
I wonder how many of the new testament books were available to the 1st century church.
I do not like for one second the omissions in other versions.
References to Sodom gone, while verses just not there.
One that really gets on my nerves is the account of Philip and the eunuch.
Having said that I've seen people saved and all they had for a year or so was nlt gospel according to john.
I my self believe the Kjv to be the best.
Most had the OT, a Gospel and if they were lucky an Epistle or two from St Paul. They probably resembled the RCC more than a Reformed Church. ...and....If you don't like omissions, check to see if your Bible has The Epistle from Laodicea.

Colossians 4:16   And when this epistle is read among you, cause that it be read also in the church of the Laodiceans; and that ye likewise read the epistle from Laodicea.

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News Item1/20/17 3:57 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
I wonder how many of the new testament books were available to the 1st century church.
I do not like for one second the omissions in other versions.
References to Sodom gone, while verses just not there.
One that really gets on my nerves is the account of Philip and the eunuch.
Having said that I've seen people saved and all they had for a year or so was nlt gospel according to john.
I my self believe the Kjv to be the best.
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News Item1/20/17 3:43 PM
Kenneth  Find all comments by Kenneth
I study the NKJV bible regularly, and then get out there and share the gospel with people. I am seeing people blessed and saved left and right, as the confess Jesus is the Lord and that Jesus came in the flesh. The spirit of truth is in full operation here! If you don't like it that is your call, but all is very well over here!
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News Item1/20/17 3:23 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Apocrypha? Was that a mistake to include these books?
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News Item1/20/17 3:21 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Sorry Steve, you are sick in the head, you make jokes about little children being raped by those you defend.
God will deal with you, Steve you will burn in hell oh you don't repent and be born again.
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News Item1/20/17 3:08 PM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
Nik wrote:
A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump
Praise the Lord
Me thinkz Dave has been hittin' the leaven more than a little today{Glug Glug Glug}

Going back to the NKJV, my Church uses it. We voted to change over by just one vote. Ive been lobbying to go back, but everyone thinks the NKJV is fine. While the NT does lean towards the Alexandrian family of manuscripts at times, its nothing compared to some of the OT mistranslations. Mistranslations so poor, it makes the RSV look good

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News Item1/20/17 2:53 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
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News Item1/20/17 2:49 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Um , the king James scholars, did not just use the tr and the lexicon and many other writing.
Lol.
Much non canonical work were used.
Some 2000 other writings, maybe I need be as well informed as you nik.lol
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News Item1/20/17 2:44 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Nik I think you know you're just really are winging it now.
I'll be praying for you now.
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News Item1/20/17 7:07 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks John, I always forget to copy that site for later, so doing it now.
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News Item1/20/17 6:49 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
The topic may have come up already, and sorry if it has and I missed it, but doesn't the New King James seek to feminized God, or at least work to a non-specific gender? Maybe this was a thread topic recently, I'm not sure. To be honest, I have a NKJ, and bought it for its more familiar language flow which I really like, but I guess I should dig deeper into any problem areas, such as deletions or severe changes meanings, etc.
the King James will always be number one for me anyway, because every other, well, most others can be argued against accuracy issues.
Chris, if you enjoy reading, go to the TBS Bibles website, check under Articles, then English Versions. There is a wealth of information there about all sorts of Bibles.
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News Item1/20/17 6:36 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
The topic may have come up already, and sorry if it has and I missed it, but doesn't the New King James seek to feminized God, or at least work to a non-specific gender? Maybe this was a thread topic recently, I'm not sure. To be honest, I have a NKJ, and bought it for its more familiar language flow which I really like, but I guess I should dig deeper into any problem areas, such as deletions or severe changes meanings, etc.
the King James will always be number one for me anyway, because every other, well, most others can be argued against accuracy issues.
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News Item1/20/17 6:21 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
The preface to the New King James Version tells us that the NKJV translates the Old Testament from the Hebrew Masoretic Text, as did the Authorised Version. It also tells us that the NKJV uses the Textus Receptus in the Greek for its New Testament translation.

Relatively speaking, the New King James Version is better than the other modern versions because its actual text is not based on the modern critical Greek text. Yet we must also state firmly that we do not deem it a faithful translation. Indeed, we cannot recommend it at all. We must to the contrary note its following grave defects:

from the article

examination of the NKJV part 1

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News Item1/20/17 5:57 AM
Nik | Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Nik
That's right Dave the KJV translators all 54 of them working in peer review ,scholars in Hebrew and Greek, God has used them to bring the word into today's dominant language English, the work has been diligently completed.
Since you've spent a bit of time studying this subject then I'm sure you know which line the NKJV comes from, well yes it's the perverted Alexandrian line of course you knew that, and if not, then you should study some more, for nothing good in your bible comes from Alexandria it's always always mentioned in bad context so neither can any book claiming to be of God that comes from Alexandrian text be any good,
Study Dave ,study to show yourself approved into God......
A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump
Praise the Lord
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News Item1/20/17 2:05 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Thanks nik, I won't mock bro, I need not to watch. 😊
Spent quite a bit of time studying this subject early on as it interested me much early on.
Anyhow thanks
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News Item1/20/17 2:02 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Bro I was affirming that I too read the Kjv and nkjv,
I've been lumped in the Kjv only crowd in Jim's head, wouldn't you say Jim, I think my comment maybe didn't reflect that, so can see the confusion.
I got no problems with either rendition, you say you're not interested in the koine, Greek , Aramaic or Hebrew, but that's what the Kjv Translator's used mate, that's the languages chosen by god.
Koine and Hebrew are very precise languages, and yeah.
God bless to all
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News Item1/20/17 1:16 AM
Nik | Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Nik
Question: What is wrong with the New King James Version (NKJV)? All it does is modernize the words of the King James Bible, right? Why should I read the King James and not the helpful New King James?
If your interested in an answer go to chick.com
Or search what's wrong with the NKJV
OR if you really interested in knowing which bible you can trust search forLes Garrett an Australianpastor with an excellent presentation on bible versions you can see this on YouTube under Which bible can we trust.
If knowing the true word of God matters to you at all, you will not use compromised perversions, if truth matters and you believe it exists you will search for it till you find it,
I pray you don't mock but check these sites out Dave.
There is one God he has one word and in English it is found in one book the pure and perfected KJV
Praise the Lord
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News Item1/19/17 6:04 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Deep down, anyone who reads the Bible through several times, cannot fail to see God's sovereign purposes.

They see them, but find in their heart a reaction which says, "I don't like God."

They see God punishing sinners in hell for all eternity for their sins, and they don't like that, because basically they are humanistic by nature, so deep down they say, "I don't like God."

With some, a new religious movement emerges from their inventive hearts, a religion which enables them to construct god in their image. This god, they are able to say, "I like this god."

In the meantime, the biblical God will still be reigning and doing as he will in all the earth, being perfectly just, yet showing mercy and grace to whomever he will.

All men by nature have Adam as federal head. But some say, "I don't like that, so I won't believe it." They say, "Fallen man is not in such a terrible position, that he cannot recover himself."

The only way man will see these things is when his eyes are opened. Then he will realise he was blind before, stumbling around in the dark.

The Holy Ghost reveals truth to God's elect, whom he quickens, enlightens, convicts. No Christian ever grumbles about this prior working of God in their life.

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