Great Sermon! Thank you for refocusing marriage on its creation by God as involving dominion and the role of the woman as wife, mother, and keeper at home. The romantic love that the world and sadly, many of God's professing people, are caught up in is not Biblical and has caused much damage, discontentment, and divorce.
Great Sermon! On the topic and subsequent comment made about Abraham calling the man "son", I heard and understand the reference to the man being a Jew and subsequently had knowledge of the law he refused (and thus is.was culpable), but as far as application to the rich, self righteous wolves in sheep's clothing types we see today who may not be from Abraham by heritage and despite not hearing and refusing the word that will land a person in hell, could it be a reference to those like Hebrews 6:4? The ones who tasted the righteousness of Christ in their lives, becoming a "son", but then hated Him and the fruits of His spirit thereafter? Sooo blessed for your church sharing! Thanks again!:)
Great Sermon! Thank you! So awesome! Driving them out of His temple we need reminded of the depth of his authority that He displayed. Has no end! Makes me think of "Breaking the bench" of their evil deeds too, or as centuries later described as "bankrupt" applied to economics only, was an action only taken by THE authority and as a result of depravity in their actions. They'd literally come by and break their bench in the common and dissolve any assets. And so He does more thoroughly than I could ever grasp, and so still graciously does with our own hearts Heb 10:22 and replaces it with His for those who love him..hehe. I love the Lord! Thanks again for an awesome sermon. :)
Great Sermon! Yep yep! Not only thank the Lord for His buts, but also His therefores! Woo hoo! Thanks again for your obedience in sharing...He's blessing other believers through you in speaking His truth. Love the evidence of His faithfulness!:)
Great Sermon! Thank you! Very valuable in understanding how that idea of passiveness crept in. Also I find value from the perspective of defense of the growing idea by the unsaved that Christians should stay out of civil authority positions. I do have one question though...how do they try to explain Revelation 2:26? To those who overcome, He gives power over the nations..to not accept and exercise seems a dereliction of duty. Anywho, very appreciative of everyone at your church sharing your sermons and particularly enjoy the interactions afterwards. Hope you all have a fab week!:)
An excellent sermon - a symphony of truth ... An excellent sermon - a symphony of truth - sadly marred, however, by the Jezebelian/Roman heresy of monogamy-only ... nonetheless, overlooking that one short detour into darkness, Brother Einwechter brings forth true doctrine which those of us who wish to walk in obedience to YHWH must and will want to heed.
Great Sermon! Those who really want to be obedient to YHWH will profit very much from listening to this excellent sermon.
Here the conclusion:
1 Cor. 11:2-16 was written to both men and women. All of us have to pay attention. The symbolism is for men and for women. Men need to be conscious why they worship with an uncovered head; women need to be conscious why they worship with a covered head. If they are not worshipping with a covered head, why they are not, and what they need to do about it.
It sets before us Christâ€™s will for His Church. The practice of head covering provides us with a glorious opportunity, brothers and sisters, to testify by visible signs to what we believe about the roles and responsibilities God has established for us as men and women. How He established it in the creation order and how He has incorporated that order in Christâ€™s Kingdom. With the addition of the God/Man who stands as our mediator.
The truth we proclaim by observing the apostolic doctrine of head covering is one of the most important truths concerning the way of life established by our Creator. Society is dependent on it; the family is dependent on it; the Church is dependent on it. If we get that order wrong, as Charles Hodge put it (and I read this in the earlier quote): â€śRuin must be the r
Excellent! In his usual manner Pastor Einwechter delivers this powerful outline of biblical government.
Starting with the difference between the modern usage of the word "government" as opposed to that found in Webster's 1828 dictionary, we see that we now view government as the realm of the state. Biblically, however, government starts with self-government to which the Gospel enables us through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit. Beyond self-government there are three institutions (groups established for a definite purpose): family, church and state. Each has its own jurisdiction (speaking of law) and each is needed in a system of checks and balances. For more do please listen to this excellent exegesis of God's Word.
May God continue strengthening Pastor Einwechter to proclaim His Truth.
good listen Author uses good application of scripture in his preaching and also contrasts pagan and biblical treatments of women. The woman is meant to be home-centered, he states, ruling the home as a competent manager, ministering there. She is a helper and completer of her husband, she is not an independent person.