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Brian Schwertley  |  Waupaca County, Wisconsin
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Sermon9/7/09 5:04 AM
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Days, Months, Seasons and Years
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“ Christmas and Easter Are Roman Catholic Holy Days! ”
This sermons sets forth the classic Puritan, Presbyterian and Reformation view of holy days against human inventions in the worship of God, including the liturgical calendar. This message also looks at and refutes some modern arguments by wayward Christians who try to justify what the Devil loves and Scripture condemns regarding holy days. It also upholds, based on the second and fourth commandments (or what is sometimes called the "Scriptural Law of Worship" or the "Regulative Principle of Worship"), the Lord's Day or Christian Sabbath. This MP3 also deals with the "adiaphora" or "things indifferent" argument and demonstrates who is really legalistic when the issue of holy days is debated.

Sermon9/7/09 4:21 AM
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“ Humanism And Psychology Are Demonic Lies! ”
A powerful look at why the modern church (even many, if not most, Evangelical and Reformed churches) have fallen away from Scripture regarding biblical counseling and the Bible's view of love -- and have adopted humanism, psychology, and psychiatry in the place of God's holy Word and law. This sermon demonstrates how this can be seen in the emphasis on emotions and feelings above what Scripture teaches about loving God and His law. The fruit of these errors, based on humanist psychobabble and not the Bible, can been seen in high divorce rates, Hollywood views of love, confused parents and children, educational anarchy, and antinomianism in the church (including effeminate sermonettes in the place of powerful bible-based sermons, man-made hymns in the place of the Psalms of the Bible, etc.). James Dobson of Focus on the Family, Sigmund Freud, Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow, Bruce Narramore, Norman Vincent Peale, and other purveyors of this unbiblical, pagan, psychological nonsense are all mentioned in this message -- and their false teachings are refuted by the touchstone of Scripture.

Sermon7/13/09 1:57 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
I rejoice when I hear a sermon such as this. It would've been great to have heard it live.

Sermon6/10/09 5:57 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
You go Pastor Schwertley!

Sermon12/24/08 3:52 PM
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Is Christmas Christian? Part I
Brian Schwertley
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“ Please listen to this sermon ”
Proverbs 18:13 says "He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him." The Holy Spirit will open the eyes of those who truly desire truth. Pastor Schwertley presents a solid biblical teaching here, so please listen to this sermon and then, if you have been observing Christmas traditions, take it to the Lord in prayer for deliverance from this pagan worship.

Sermon12/19/08 1:28 PM
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Is Christmas Christian? Part I
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“ Great Sermon! ”

Sermon10/26/08 4:29 PM
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Choosing a President, Part 1
Brian Schwertley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you for this very necessary message. This was a blessing to our family!

Sermon9/28/08 9:11 PM
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Barabbas, Part 2
Brian Schwertley
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“ Generated Biblical thought ”
An excellent sermon that should make every believer examine the vicarious atonement of Christ. His suffering for my sins, His humiliation for my sake, what a great and merciful God! You are in our prayers Pastor Schwertley

Sermon8/17/08 9:40 PM
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Jesus before the Sanhedrin, Part 1
Brian Schwertley
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“ Wonderful! ”
Another wonderful exegesis of Scripture. The light shed on the appearance of Christ before those who condemned Him was wonderful! Especially the tying together of Old and New Testamenet prophecy and it's fulfillment in Christ. Thank you Rev. Schwertly

Sermon8/12/08 10:35 PM
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“ Biblical and True ”
Praise the Lord for faithful witnesses to His truth. Pastor Schwertly does an excellent job explaining the Scriptures, laying out the objections and refuting them. May the Lord bless these sermons to all who hear them and bring about a great day of revival!

Sermon7/21/08 5:20 PM
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The Myth of Evolution, Part 1
Brian Schwertley
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“ Super! ”
This is a great and accurate refutation of evolution.

Sermon7/14/08 7:08 PM
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Jehovah's Witnesses, Part 1
Brian Schwertley
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“ Good Work! ”
Well researched series...accurate biblical refutation of JWs.

Sermon6/14/08 8:25 PM
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The Abiding Validity of God's Law
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“ Praise God, great sermon! ”
I also liked that the author made a really deep study on the Law of God, giving a broad perspective. The discussed Martin Lloyd Jones, Rushdooney and other authors views are also very interesting as well. Much needed subject for churches today.

Sermon5/5/08 2:01 PM
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Liturgical Antinomianism, Part 8
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“ How Roman Catholic Idolatry Enters Protestantism ”
This message contains many clues as to how Papal superstition (Roman Catholicism) and will worship (idolatry) is introduced into Protestant Churches. In this sermon Brian Schwertley conclusively demonstrates how Jordan's views on worship are seriously flawed and how his writings "often show more charity toward Papists, than toward the Reformed faith" (p. 28, Canterbury Tales by Kevin Reed). For more free resources on this topic please see "Reformation Worship Against Arminianism In Worship" at http://www.swrb.com/newslett/freebook/refworsh.htm

Sermon4/14/08 4:00 AM
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Liturgical Antinomianism, Part 5
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“ How Satan Corrupts The Worship of God ”
This whole MP3 series contains very important messages about how Satan is corrupting the worship of God in our day, using men (like James Jordan, John Frame, Doug Wilson, Steve Schlissel, Jeffrey Meyers, Vern Poythress, et al.) who claim some connections to the Reformed faith, but who, in reality, teach principles of worship much closer to Rome and the Papacy than to the Reformation and the best Reformers. To find out why John Calvin would have excommunicated both John Frame and James Jordan, given the idolatrous nature of their beliefs and public teaching regarding worship, please see http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/frameexc.htm. The free article, "A Warning Against the False and Dangerous Views of James Jordan Concerning Worship," is at http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/blastjj.htm and will also expose more about the heresy and idolatry noted throughout Brian Schwertley's "must hear" MP3 series entitled "Liturgical Antinomianism."

Sermon4/11/08 8:39 AM
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Liturgical Antinomianism, Part 4
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“ James Jordan's False Worship, On The Road To Rome ”
This MP3 series by Brian Schwertley is a much needed study refuting the nonsense, idolatry and heresy of James Jordan. More refuting James Jordan the can be found at http://www.swrb.com/newslett/freebook/refworsh.htm (search for "Jordan"). The following quote, from Kevin Reed's, The Canterbury Tales (at the URL above), is apropos, "In a Lutheran/Anglican posture, Mr. Jordan is asserting that the church has been granted broad discretionary power to establish means of worship. This is similar to the Anabaptist notions, which allow the 'moving of the Spirit' to govern the present activities of the church, without any direct appeal to the law of God. In both cases, the church has the power to worship God according to the devices of men. However, the Anabaptist opts for subjectivism (due to an emphasis on individualism); the other opts for traditionalism (with an emphasis on the corporate consensus). Yet, the law of God rejects both a subjective appeal (Deut. 12:8), and an appeal to the consensus (Deut. 12:30-31). Rather, the biblical admonition directs men to the scriptural pattern of worship (Deut. 12:32)."

Sermon3/24/08 11:00 AM
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Liturgical Antinomianism, Part 1
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Pastor Schwertley is a man called by God and his organization one of the last vestages of sound teaching. The choice, for me, is between His denomination and the Protestant Reformed Churches. I don't know what I'll do.

Sermon2/10/08 2:11 PM
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Pretribulation Rapture, Part 1
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“ Sound Doctrine ”
Rev Schwertley states, "Simply put, there is not one shred of evidence that can be found in the Bible to support the pretribulation rapture." It is great to see and hear the polemic against this Rapture myth, which has become all too prevalent in the churches today. Excellent work.

Sermon12/31/07 6:56 PM
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“ 'Protestants' On The Road To Rome! ”
This sermon (the first in this important series) exposes how some modern Protestants are leading people astray from biblical (Reformation) teaching on worship and holy days -- and right into the arms of Papal Antichrist! Schwertley mentions and/or convincingly refutes errors by Jordan, Horne, Meyers, Strawbridge, Schlissel, Gore, Frame, Leithart, Wilson, and Shepherd. Sadly, though a number of these men first headed toward Rome regarding worship they are now even polluting the doctrine of justification by faith alone, in a further step toward adopting Romish heresies. First they rejected sound teaching related to the second commandment (worship) and now are further apostatizing by promoting errors in opposition to the first commandment (on justification by faith alone). This message is must listening for everyone who who seeks to follow the Lord, as He has revealed Himself in Scripture, in all things. Remember that the Lord Jesus Christ said in John 14:15, "If ye love me, keep my commandments," and in Matthew 15:9, "But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men," -- then ask yourself, "Where in Scripture is Christ-mass keeping commanded by God"?

Sermon12/22/07 4:56 PM
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Is Christmas Christian? Part 2
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“ Highly Recommended! ”
Bless God that there is a remnant standing up for the truth about this Roman and pagan day. I have studied it extensively and what Brian preaches about it is truth. I likewise respect Brian's upholding of the "Lord's Day" although I firmly agree with the previous comment that the Sabbath was never changed. Remember - the Gentiles were grafted into Israel, not the other way around. Yet Rome and her theologians changed the day which comes in part from Easter and "good" Friday having Jesus in the grave ONLY two nights and possibly two days (or if you really stretch it three) instead of 3 days AND 3 nights. May the Lord bless you Brian as I appreciate your tenacity for truth and unwavering commitment to preach it regardless of all who preach otherwise.

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