Appreciate this sermon so much! Dear Pastor Boeshaar,
Explaining this passage helped me, immensely. The responsibility as a Christian when handling injustices and the different classes of slavery. Racism-a result of sin, just like any other sin. Rebellion against God is never justified. How do we react to what is going on? Let us realize this is a spiritual problem and not a political problem. We can't force someone to apologize for a sin that hasn't been individually committed. May the Church rise above this and stand in unity with our black brothers and sisters. I really hope and pray I will do that, I think I have in the past. We are one in Christ Jesus! PTL!
Great Sermon! What a blessing this message on prayer has been! Submitting to oir Father's will is the hoghest called to that of loving God and fellow man.
May The Lord continue to bless ypur ministry, Brother Mike Woody.
Strong Sermon! This sermon shows us that praying should be a major part of our life as a Christian. Our Lord and Savior prayed during the time He knew he would face crucification and wanted to talk to His Father. Today's churches seem to give little thought to preaching on prayer. Perhaps this is why our churches and
its people are so weak.
Great warning. This is a good warning against being in fellowship with apostate churches. A good description of what Catholic Church wants. The Pope in the message is not John XIII, but John XXIII.
Great Sermon! It's no surprise that women in general, and Judy below, have difficulty understanding equality of personhood with distinction of roles, since such concept requires reasoning/logical thought; something that women need to be taught by men, which would require submission on the part of the woman. How can women in Judy's position hope to have any understanding whatsoever of the unity of the Trinity (Father, Son, Holy Spirit), yet their distinct roles?
Great Sermon! The comments from Judy are based upon emotion and her perceived ideas of justice and equality, rather than on the biblical text. The Apostles as well as the church for centuries are unequivocal on this matter; it is only in our modern times, wherein feminism, has come into full bloom, that these notions are used to set aside the clear teaching of these texts.