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William Einwechter  |  Schoeneck, Pennsylvania
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Sermon8/11/12 3:02 AM
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Introduction to Deuteronomy
William O. Einwechter
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“ Reformation, Sanctification ”
Under the reign of Josiah, the book of the Law was found. The people of Israel had turned away from God and thrown, as it were, His Law behind their backs; the land was, consequently, filled with idolatry and immorality. Josiah reinstated the Law and Holy Writ records how Israel remained obedient to it all the days of Josiah's reign. How easily those who profess to be God's people turn from His Law; this is as true after the advent of Christ as it was before ... The excuses are Legion; the effect but one: idolatry and immorality. Yes, we are saved by grace through faith - but - if there be no hunger and thirst in us for righteousness; no burning desire to live according to God's instructions, His Law, His Torah; no wish to please Him - is God's grace truly operating in us? "For this is the love of God that we keep His commandments and His commandments are not grievous." In this sermon, Elder Einwechter embarks on a thorough exposition of the book of the Law that was brought to King Josiah. The book of the Law that showed him how God wants man to live; the book of the Law that shows us how we should live. Listen to this sermon; listen to this series. Our Lord said:"... whosoever shall do and teach them [the Law of God], the same shall be called great in the kingdom of

Sermon7/31/12 12:18 AM
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“ Refreshing ”
It is refreshing to hear God's Word taught without apologies. Oh, that those professing faith in Christ would be obedient to His Word! (1 John 2:3-6 and Matthew 7:21-23)

Sermon7/30/12 1:27 AM
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“ A Thourough and Christ-Honoring Exposition ”
A thourough and Christ-honoring exposition of a crucial aspect of human existence - the God-given roles of men and women. Our adversary, the Devil, is attacking society and the Church here very strongly. Everyone who desires to follow Christ should listen to this sermon.

Sermon7/6/12 11:42 AM
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The Two Ways
William O. Einwechter
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“ Very good exposition of Psalm 1 ”
Psalm 1 was brought to life for me by this exposition. A joy to listen to!

Sermon7/4/12 12:07 PM
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The Universal Scope of Salvation
William O. Einwechter
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“ 'All' means 'all', but is that all 'all' means? ”
Regarding the Greek word {pas, Strong's #3956} translated *all* in 1 Timothy 2:4 ("Who will have *all* men to be saved ..."), I've heard it said that "'All' means 'all', and that's all 'all' means." Here, however, Pastor Einwechter clearly shows us otherwise. He informs us that according to 1 standard Greek Lexicon {BAGD}, this word can mean: everything belonging in kind to the class designated by the noun every kind of, all sorts of or {as others have put it} "all without distinction, but not all without exception." Pastor Einwechter points out that this same word is translated *all_manner_of* (twice) in Matthew 4:23: And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing *all_manner_of* sickness and *all_manner_of* disease among the people. In Wigram and Winter's "The Word Study Concordance ...", I saw several other places in the NT where "pas" is also translated as "all manner of": Matthew 5:11, 10:1, 12:31; Luke 11:42; Acts 10:12; Romans 7:8; Revelation 18:12, 21:19. So, "Although 'all' means 'all', that's not always all 'all' means." NOTE: In "Interaction", mention is made of Abraham Kuyper's "6 Stone Lectures" on Calvinism, given at Princeton Theological Seminary. Monergism

Sermon7/3/12 5:02 PM
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“ This sermon's 'aside' helps interpret 1 Cor 11 ”
Christians who see the applicability of 1 Corinthians 11:2-6 for Christian women today disagree as to when it applies: 1. Some view its applicability as being for all the time, since women (along with men) are to "pray without ceasing". 2. Others view its applicability as being only within some specific, limited context. Among those holding to this view, there are some differences of opinion as to what the limits of this context are (Public worship?, Corporate worship?, Multi-person ("2 or 3 gathered") worship [including family worship]?), etc.) but I still see this as 1 main viewpoint. My understanding and adherence to view #2 (above) was strengthened by an "aside" Pastor Einwechter (who shares this view) gives here in his exposition of 1 Timothy 2:11-15. Pastor Einwechter mentions (from about 31:40 to 36:50 within the message) the important symbolism Christians are to be confronted with each Lord's Day, through: Seeing the women of the church wearing headcoverings, which symbolically represents God's created order. Observance of the Lord's Supper, which symbolically represents God's redemptive order. (Pastor Einwechter's series on Headcoverings gives a much fuller explanation of view #2.)

Sermon7/2/12 6:27 AM
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Old Testament Law is Good
William O. Einwechter
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“ Tremendous Sermon! ”
There is so much confusion on the subject of the applicability of God's Law, and antinomianism is so rife among those professing to follow Christ! How very good to hear the truth preached and to see the wresting that has been done to the Scriptures being straightened!

Sermon1/2/12 1:21 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you Gary. You are an inspiration and an example to us all. Sorry it took so long for me to finally listen. (I was in a 7 year tribulation-:)

Sermon8/30/11 11:24 AM
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Keepers at Home
William O. Einwechter
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Many use Lydia as a "right" for women to work outside the home. How do you respond to that?

Sermon8/29/11 7:55 PM
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Keepers at Home
William O. Einwechter
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“ Great Sermon! ”
From a biblical worldview thank you for speak the truth in love God is glorified

Sermon6/20/11 9:24 PM
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Pastor Martin, I have listened to this sermon twice already. Your excellent sermon is like a looking glass that helps one see the effects of bitterness. I appreciated how you commented that one may need to revisit the same situation where one holds bitterness over and over but yet as we engage in this struggle through the Lord's help we will have victory. Thank you

Sermon6/12/11 5:50 PM
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What Is Lawful on the Sabbath?
William O. Einwechter
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Once the initial development is made, after the first 20 minutes or more, the survey of biblical principles to consider when deciding for your family how to apply the Sabbath requirements is good. One major shortcoming in this sermon is a lack of examination of the phrases in the 4th commandment text and what is meant by servants working and so forth. Whether to do commerce on Sunday is a pressing question among Christians.

Sermon5/11/11 8:34 AM
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The Seventy Weeks
William O. Einwechter
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank u for the awesome sermon

Sermon4/14/11 10:56 AM
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Deuteronomy and History
William O. Einwechter
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“ Doing ordinary deeds extraordinarily! ”
excellent...from the message... "May God cause us to do extraordinary deeds! Might God also enable us to do ordinary deeds extraordinarily! What we need are men and women who will do the common uncommonly...to be father, to be a mother, to be an employee who keeps God's law and brings glory to God and fulfills every moment with a vision of purpose and meaning in serving God. Most of us are going to live, in the eyes of the world, ordinary lives. But we can live extraordinary lives in the ordinary course and day-by-day responsibilities of life. And THAT is what really undergirds history! We are in the stream of history!" Thank you, Mr. Einwechter...

Sermon3/20/11 4:54 PM
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Keepers at Home
William O. Einwechter
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“ Great Sermon! ”
He was so willing to preach on things that so many others tip toe around and how refreshing to hear the truth spoken

Sermon3/16/11 3:30 PM
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Headcoverings: The Foundation
William O. Einwechter
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“ Great Sermon! ”
It's a lonely choice to wear a head covering in nearly all the churches I have been to in the last twenty years so this is a wonderful encouragement to follow the Bible's teaching on this subject.Church goers have been hurtful to me in many places regarding my head covering but I wear a head covering for my Lord who died for my liberty from the penalty of my sin.

Sermon2/27/11 6:42 AM
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English Bible Translations, Pt 1
William O. Einwechter
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Superb! I've never heard a clearer or more on-point presentation on the subject of Bible translations than this one. The whole idea of "dynamic equivalence is based on certain philosophical biases which have deep roots in the West, and has little to do with Scripture as divine revelation. These biases undergird a model of how language works which is not true to experience. In short, it is the idea that there exists a fuzzy, numinous realm of "ideas" or "concepts" which exists independent of language. Language is then understood as a "tool" used to "express" these ideas. In truth, there is no such realm of ideas; there are no thoughts without language. Thought IS language. A linguistic utterance "means" just what the words say. Thus, God can only communicate with us in words. "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God."

Sermon2/19/11 5:32 AM
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Spiritual Mindedness
Dr. Gary Crampton
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what a great sermon! to GOD be the glory.really i want to apply this in my life.

Sermon2/6/11 9:17 PM
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Headcoverings: The Foundation
William O. Einwechter
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“ Christian Culture Addressed ”
This so far has been an avoided and "untouchable" subject, because the cloak of "Christian liberty" has been thrown over it. Calvin Klein has thus had more influence on even the most conservative Christian churches than John Calvin or his Calvinistic successors, such as Matthew Henry, Whitefield, or Spurgeon. After the Civil War in America, and the Downgrade days, these things began to change. In R.L. Dabney's "Anti-Biblical Theories of Rights", about the abuse of Gal. 3:28, "there is neither male or female...ye are all one in Christ", writes: "The apostle demonstrates that he never designed the levelling sense to be put upon his words by proceeding after he uttered them to *subject women to an INEQUALITY by imposing upon them ecclesiastical subordination, and *even a different dress* [i.e. head coverings] in the church". An excellent further examination on this important subject can be found here: http://www.covenantofgrace.com/christian_clothing.htm

Sermon2/6/11 8:05 PM
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Headcoverings: The Foundation
William O. Einwechter
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“ Present Church Culture and Philosophy Challenged ”
While conservative churches claim to reject Feminism and affirm Scriptural authority, this message proves and exposes the anti-Christian, humanistic, and anti-authoritarian social philosophy that has infiltrated Americas churches, primarily beginning in the 20th century. Prior to then it was politically-incorrect for women NOT to wear hats during Christian services. (Presbyterians today in Scotland almost universally still require women wear hats in services). The sermon focuses on that God has a Social Order, since Creation, and a distinctly "Christian Culture" that is divinely ordered for Christian churches to observe. Reference is also made to the distinctions between men and women, and what they wear: "A woman shall not wear what pertaineth to a man, nor a man of a woman" (unisex cross-dressing) is forbidden by the Word of God--but common since the 60s! The error based upon *twisting* the verse that "all are one in Christ" is is shown to be no basis for rejecting this teaching from Paul's doctrine of "headship". Pauls says "If any be contentious, we have no other practice in the churches". Most all are "contentious" today.

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