Audio Issues The audio quality on this was garbled/cut in many spots. Chunks of words and sentences are missing throughout, which makes a large portion of this difficult to listen to. Not sure if there was some issue in post-processing/uploading that caused it, or if the audio capture contains these issues at its source, but if they can be amended I'd love to actually hear all of this without having to guess what people are saying.
Mitt Romney: Mormon Republican Willard Mitt Romney (born 12 March, 1947) is clearly associated with the Mormon religion, which is a bizarre cult. As we know, Joseph Smith (23 December, 1805 â 27 June, 1844) was the founder of the Mormon cult. Mitt Romney ran for president during the 2008 and 2012 Presidential Elections, now he is a senator. It is also known that Joseph Smith was a Freemason, which is why bizarre Masonic symbols can be seen in Mormon temples. There are other bizarre cults out there. The Mormon Church founded by Joseph Smith is just one of the few.
Great Sermon and many in our church must follow! Thanks for the history lesson.many blacks already know about it and there were many other locations where the same had happened too. NYC, Durham NC, Washington DC, Boston MA, Philadelphia PA,Baltimore MD just to name a few that our history books dont or care not to explain. As it leaves it dark and sinful past to non-people of color. So, as we move forward in time. Many wonder why people of color have a great distain or air of cautiousness towards police officers as they have historically shown aggressive behavior and tendencies to be their calling card. Now, fast forward to George Floyd and many others who were killed senselessly over possible infractions of law that resulted in their deaths. People of color and many other colors have taken a stand as mentioned prior to Stand with Gods word and be/do what we must guard against in every way possible. Protesting, advocating, mentioning at every possible point of our lives just as we do for the Gospel. The indifference of treatment towards this hardiness of heart towards our fellow man.
Great Sermon! Thank you for your honesty in explaining that even though you were a his major, you never knew about this important part of history. We have to investigate why this was not shared in history books and even as a history major was hidden from you. Once you learned of it you fervently researched and learned more. As a man of God you do not covet praise, but I as of man of color appreciate you learning and then preaching on it. It reminds me of MLKâs letter from The Birmingham jail and why it is so important for those who wear the cloth to speak on the racial divide that grips this nation. Thank you and preach on.
Memorial Day: Celebration of Idolatry The problem with Memorial Day in America is that it is idolatrous worship of American soldiers. We ought to remember the example of idols of the heart in Ezekiel 14:1-23. It is also blasphemy against The Lord to put sinful American soldiers on the pedestal, especially since these American soldiers have murdered civilians in Iraq and Vietnam. We ought to respond to Memorial Day by remembering that The King of Kings intends to rule all the nations of the world. Even wars fought with the intent on "national liberation" are wrong in The Sight of The Lord. Worth noting Psalm 11:1-7 in times like these. It should also be noted that the majority of American soldiers are lost sinners and are now being tormented in Hell. Churches should stop celebrating American patriotism or any form of national patriotism because it has nothing to do with eternal salvation, The Great Commission, and The Lord's Kingdom. On Judgment Day, America will not be immune to The Judgment of The Lord.
Note I really enjoy these podcasts but just a note: for the past several episodes the audio skips a lot. I don't know if this is something with the original recording or an issue with the SermonAudio site but it's very noticeable on the last few shows.
Have We Missed Our Opportunity? Over the years we've noticed Jordan Peterson has led a lot of atheist men to express their hope to raise their children on the bible. He is probably searched even on platforms like SermonAudio by these men. Would it hurt to put the man's name in the title? Paul Vander Klay credits JP for bringing atheists back to church: his reformed church specifically. Maybe I'm too evangelism focused. Lots of Christians dislike the man much like leftists do. He obviously is no theologian, and neither are most evangelists. (John 9:49-50 Now John answered and said, âMaster, we saw someone casting out demons in Your name, and we forbade him because he does not follow with us. âBut Jesus said to him, âDo not forbid him, for he who is not against us is on our side.â) What are your thoughts?
UN Human Rights: Rebellion Against The Lord It should be noted that what the United Nations refers to as "human rights" is really rebellion against The Lord. The basis for UN Human Rights is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Our Lord designed leaders to rule over people rather than "represent" them. The principle objective of the United Nations (UN) is to unite the people of the world under the leadership of the Antichrist in rebellion against The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit. This sermon shows that "social justice" is really united the world in rebellion against The Lord and that True Justice is only found by submitting to Righteous Authority. Without Righteous Authority, there can be no justice.
Great Sermon! It seems sad to me that people whose concerns about vaccinations, deterring them from choosing to take them, are referred to as extreme. I am a christian and have been for years. I have had many vaccinations due to some EMT training I had, and I also have autoimmune disease and other issues. Sanitation should be credited for much of the reduction in the spread of disease. Also, to assume our God given immune systems need to be offset by vaccine products is yet to be proven. We have the ability to fight off germs, and we can also be given drugs and neutraceuticals to improve our body's response to infectious diseases. I am not a nut, or a quack. I am a daughter of the king, just like your pro vaccine sister mother or friend who is a believer. Please be humble and realize that you may not know everything about this debate instead of calling Christians like me extreme. God bless.
good discussion all this coronavirus mess started from one man. everybody is potentially a virus carrier. skipping church may not be out of fear of getting ourselves infected only, it could also be out of love, to minimize the risk of spreading the virus to brothers and sisters in church.
doctors are not dumb, they are in full protection gears when dealing with coronavirus patients for reasons. they don't do that with flu patients.
my real fear is that people learn the wrong lessons from this disaster.
looking forward to hearing your take on what message God is telling us from all this.
Great Sermon! I enjoy listening to your sermons. Todays sermon was wonderful. I enjoy listening to all of the sermons because you put them to where everyone can understand what is being said. Thank you for letting everyone be able to listen and see the Sunday sermons. Canât wait till i move down and come to church.
Sincerely Charity K
Divisive topic This topic is difficult to listen to. There was no voting in my previous religion so there was unity in thought. Listening to this podcast makes me question if politics is an appropriate topic because it appears to divide our body of Christ elders vocally in ways that surprised me.I found this podcast to be interesting however not upbuilding
Biblical Sound Worship Songs So glad you addressed the issue of âunbiblical romantic love songsâ by Hillsong & others in worship- Just one catchy Hillsong sung at church encorages youth to pursue more songs from that group. I beleive the congregation should be informed why you donât sing those songs- parents are not aware of this and are purchasing for their children...Anyways, thank you for making a stand for âGod Honoring Worshipâ that is doctrinally soundđ
Music "While the new hymns were being written and sung throughout England, many American churches and ministers opposed them. Not until well after the middle of the eighteenth century did English hymns achieve a significant place in American worship." That was an article written about how Isaac Watts was criticized for his music.
I agree that many songs of those groups are shallow and may not mention "Jesus" enough for you in its lyrics but we should all be careful of condemning as evil when it simply doesn't suit our tastes. Choose what's best for your congregation without giving a blanket accusation of calling someone who truly loves the Lord as heretical.
For example, tell me how you like this popular song that has been printed more often than any modern hymn? This is a part of Psalm 140:
"For the choir director. A Davidic psalm.
9 When those who surround me rise up, may the trouble their lips cause overwhelm them.
10 Let hot coals fall on them.
Let them be thrown into the fire,
into the abyss, never again to rise.
11 Do not let a slanderer stay in the land.
Let evil relentlessly hunt down a violent man."
How popular was that? Song in a choir.
Great Sermon! Hello, I used to be a member of berean. I would like to recommend Sandra L. Richterâs Jonah study. I enjoy yours much more but on page 93 what is written pertains to what you say in your particular study for chapter 3. At least in my opinion. God bless you for sharing the gospel and I will continue to watching from here. I miss berean very much. God bless you all.
Atheism: Adopted by Actors and Actresses We ought to remember Psalm 14:1 in times where atheism appears to be rising in prominence. Surprisingly, atheism is becoming adopted by actors and actresses, who surprisingly understand some of the key beliefs of The Bible. One such example is a quote from British actress Keira Knightley (born 26 March, 1985) who said, "If only I wasn't an atheist, I could get away with anything. You'd just ask for forgiveness and then you'd be forgiven. It sounds much better than having to live with guilt." There needs to be more sermons like these in response to atheism.