Convicting Sermon! This is a sermon full of vision and reality. A powerful reminder about why young people have left and are leaving the church.
Surely pastors living in personal compromise, seek rather after their own pleasure, interests, comforts, gain and 'safety', failing to care for the flock's real needs, sickness, or hurts, and omitting to present the whole counsel of God to them. When God states that he is against the 'shepherds', the time is come to urgently die to self, as the sole key to survival or self-extinction. Very relevant. Thanks.
G R Blackman (3/30/2014)
Great Sermon! I know this brother in the UK. Had several students at Ramsey Cambs.
Marcy Bunce (8/25/2009)
from Greer, SC
Excellent message Christians must be focused on the next generation more than themselves and Dr. Sexton's sermon powerfully communicates this.
Dr. Clarence Sexton was saved at the age of 14. After high school, he married Evelyn Rogers and, at the age of eighteen, he became pastor of his first church. In August of 1988, Dr. Sexton became pastor of Temple Baptist Church of Powell, Tennessee. Later, in 1991, Dr. Sexton...