Great Sermon! I just found this sermon today Sept 17 2017, all I can say is it really made sense. I listen to Nathan Leal who is a watchman in this hour in which we live. The bible says how it would be in the last days and it surely has arrived. Thank you for not sugar coating what you preached. God bless you and I am going to look for more sermons from you!
Alan Barnett (11/22/2016)
Great Sermon! I agree with you 100%,I also listed to the vigilant Christian w/Mario and he said the same thing. We are being played, Americans need to wake up. Keep up the good work and God bless
The Enemy's Hegelian Dialectic - pt 2 Just today my best friend (a victim of the enemy's Hegelian dialectic tactics) asked, â€śSo, do you feel any better about Trump?â€ť
â€śNo,â€ť I said, â€śI still hear the hiss.â€ť
â€śH-i-s-t?â€ť she questioned.
â€śNo, h-i-s-s,â€ť I answered. â€śYou heard the words; I heard the hiss.â€ť
â€śWell, I think God's going to use him. I just don't think God is through with us yet,â€ť she replied. â€śHaving Hillary in office would have been horrible.â€ť
â€śIf you will, let's call evil clay. The Republicans and the Democrats have the same amount of clay,â€ť I stated. â€śI just think the Democrats have given more shapeâ€”greater detailâ€”to their clay than the Republicans. But they both have the same amount of evil. Listen, when the Republicans were in control, if they were so pro-life liked they claimed, they could have done something about abortion, but they didn't. They've been riding that 'pro-life' horse for years just to get our vote.â€ť
â€śLets not talk about this any more. It's upsetting.â€ť
But she's the one that keeps bringing up Trump's name, hoping that I've change my mind about him.
Nope, I still think he's one of Satan's kids and talks just like his daddy.
The Enemy's Hegelian Dialectic Tactics - pt 1 After listening to your message again, Brother Jason, I just want to say to you, â€śThanks for exposing this linguistic scheme of the enemy of our souls.â€ť Being â€śthe father of lies,â€ť he has through the millenniums adroitly used semantic maneuverings to coerce, intimidate, and to produce guilt where none should be. Another pastor has said that to be â€śinnocent of evilâ€ť does not mean being ignorant of evil.
I agree with ladybug. I turned it off also when the rants began concerning Cal/Arm. views.
Preach the Word is the command of Scripture not your personal opinions!
to lottie This was not a sermon, and really should not have been presented in the pulpit as such. It was more along the lines of sensationalism; with a lot of opinion but no sources and little fact to back what was stated. To acquaint Cal/Arm. to the hegelian dialect just does not make sense. The Bible is the source of all truth, what the elect believe is shaped by God's truth and taught by His Spirit. It's a huge stretch to connect either belief to this hegelian method.
This would have been a good motivational speech to be delivered anywhere by in the pulpit. Sadly, more and more preachers are using the pulpits to spew out their views instead of taking God's elect deeper into truth.
This is not just my opinion, other believers that I shared this speech with have stated the same concerns I addressed.
Thanks for Your So-Called Rambling I had my listening ears on and actual heard what you said. The Calvinist/Arminian thing was in context as an example and only accounted for about six minutes of your entire message. Following this message I happened to come across a "I Just Don't Fit There" series by another pastor. He deals in-depth with the "either-or" box that folks try to put you in regarding the Calvinist/Arminian issue.
Thanks again, Brother Cooley. I heard you.
uh oh As this sermon progressed, you seem to ramble. I am not a follower of Calvin, but I do adhere to God's teaching on the doctrines of grace. Yes, man has a responsibility, but he doesn't have the 'free will' to assess his spiritual condition.
The more you talked on, the more you started to make less and less sense. Preaching is using God's word and expounding on it. Your sermon was not preaching, it was your opinions and rants against what you disagree with. I regret recommending this sermon to others before I thoroughly listened to it.
Great Sermon! This is an informative sermon. Too bad most fell for what you stated, may God open our eyes to the evil that is so subtle.
So, That's the Box I Just Couldn't Get In! Thank you for this message. It explains a lot, giving words to what I was sensing but couldn't express.
Great Sermon! Sorry, I stand corrected. This sermon was not taken off youtube.
Great Sermon! Thank you for pin pointing the uneasiness in my spirit and why my discernment red flags were waving.
Incidentally, this video has been taken off youtube. I wonder why?
Brad of York (11/12/2016)
from York, Pa
Always encouraging On point. Man your sermons are always hard hitting. Keep following the Holy Ghost.