This sermon is particularly appropriate in light of current events as the United States continues to cast off its foundational heritage of Christianity and God's Law, including Judge Moore's courageous stand for God's law and the current battle to maintain a legal definition of marriage that matches God's definition. With the Ten Commandments no longer welcome in courthouses and a desire on the part of radical elements to legalize homosexual marriage, what can the politicians and judges who make and enforce civil laws contrary to God's law expect in the future?
In this series, Pastor Morecraft is preaching through the Bible in just over a year. Listeners will get a bird's eye view of the message of the whole Bible, as a context for interpreting its various parts. In each sermon, one text is exegeted, developing or illustrating the theme of that book. This week's text is Ezekiel 11:1-21. The theme is Glory. Click the link below to see an overview of the series and handouts.
Great Sermon! FANTASTIC! Great exegesis, great application. Although it made up a minor part of the entire message, I appreciated the exposition of Ezekiel 11.
The sermon was given in 2003. I just heard this in 2009 when the culture has become so much worse.
Larry Jilton (11/11/2006)
from Jonesborough, Tn.
Great Sermon! Powerful truth in a time that it is needed! Where is this kind of powerful truth in preaching in America ? Pastor Morecraft holds nothing back in this most needed sermon in a time that our country is so corrupted by our leaders.Thank You Pastor Morecraft and may God continue to bless your preaching and your church!
Joe Morecraft is a preacher of the gospel and a noted lecturer on contemporary political and historical trends in the United States. Joe was born in 1944 and is a native of Madison, West Virginia. Joe Morecraft earned a Bachelor degree in history from King College in Bristol,...