Great Sermon! Thanks for that sermon brother. We need to guard against the deceptive charms of false teachers by a more in depth personal study of the Bible. Very timely. I have a question that could eventually probably turn into a sermon topic in its response....Since sin is rebellion....for christians what condition is the human spirit that is bound to addictive sins of consumption...as alcohol abuse in? Since their sin is primarily self destructive and in some cases apparently out of their control? Can a true Christian struggle with addiction? Does it indicate that they are counterfeit too? Or perhaps reaching for the calling of Christianity that is not theirs?
Great Sermon! Awesome. Pastor Voddie preaches as well as the reformers ! He is like a Puritan who has been transported to speak Gods word in a society similar to Sodom and Gomorrah. Everyone in that church should be shouting Amen Amen
This is a Great Sermon but ... This sermon title is incorrect. This is their sermon that was being preached on the ONE BIG STORY. I am looking for the sermon for the series on The Way We Think on Sons Of The Promise.
Excellent message Iâve been struggling with loving my brothers, pastor Mbewe hit the mark for me. Jesus didnât ask for our qualifications to be loved, but loved us first as we were. I find the brethren I struggle with remind me of myself, ouch.
Thank you pastor Mbewe for being led by God the Holy Spirit through Christ our Lord
Great Sermon! If being a Christian is twofold, one that you are moral and the other that you now believe that Jesus is the Son of God by the Holy Spirit. The seventh day adventist man, does he wondering if he had kept the sabbath the same thing as examining himself to see he was moral and consequently a Christian? Perhaps he felt that if he was failing morally, he might not be a Believer.
Powerful! Of the many wonderful and rich truths fleshed out in this sermon, I truly appreciated the doctrine of election explained in a clear and concise manner that, I pray, will help helpful to all who still struggle with this truth. Thank you ! May God be glorified in this sermon.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this, I shared it on my web site. Also let me know if you need any heralds to visit your community in the public square.
I donât believe anyoneâs ever asked me âwhy are you a Christian,â but perhaps the most God centered â God glorifying answer I could give, is this. âI didnât have a choice!â I suspect that even most pastors would be perplexed at that answer.
Nonetheless I gleamed a new âevangelizing ideaâ from this message. Once my new IPOC tracts are in-print, I will be taking my video camera and handheld mic out to public places, and spend time asking people those two questions, 1) âAre you a Christian?â (most would say yes). But more importantly, ask them 2) âWhy are you a Christian?â I suspect all answers would be man-centered. Rather than they refer directly to the Godhead, their false deity of âme, myself & Iâ would be made known.