Campbellite False Gospel The Campbellites refer to their church as the "Church of Christ," but that is a misnomer since The True Church of Christ teaches Justification By Faith In Jesus Christ Alone Without Works. The so-called "Church of Christ" should be called the Campbellite Church since it was founded by Alexander Campbell. More troubling, the Campbellite Church believes in a false gospel of baptismal regeneration. It is very apparent that the Campbellite Church teaches works salvation by adding baptism to salvation. Another thing that is troubling is that Max Lucado, a very popular evangelical personality, is closely associated with the Campbellite Church. Max Lucado even believes the false gospel of baptismal regeneration, a damnable heresy damning multitudes of people to Hell. It is very sad, but very sobering that the majority of churches send more people to Hell than anything else. This also shows that the majority of churches are on the broad path to destruction stated in Matthew 7:13.
No hope for the pope No pope will ever be permitted into Heaven because of their blasphemous belief and propagation of a false gospel of sacramental salvation. The only predetermined destination for every pope is Hell, and eventually, the Lake of Fire.
The bottom line is that there is no hope in the pope and no hope for the pope.
Celebrity Status: The Lust of the Flesh Celebrity status is nothing more than the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life. Remember the sobering warning of 1 John 2:15-17. This should show us why we must not be thought of as "celebrities."
The problem with celebrity status is not so much being well known since there are well known people who are deemed as pariahs by society at large. The problem with celebrity status is respectability in reputation, particularly since the desire for respectability in reputation is a sin, not just of pride, but of covetousness. In other words, the desire for respectability in reputation is the sin of pride and idolatry.
Great Sermon! I came across your sermon series on Psalm 51. Talk about a "word in season"
I just wanted to thank you Pastor. It's meat for my soul. The Lord bless you and your congregation! To God be the glory!
Great Sermon! Words can't say how much your preaching has blessed me over the years. While true credit goes to our Loving God. I thank Him for giving you the ability to preach the Gospel to all those willing to hear solid Biblical preaching. Thank you for being a friend and pastor to the flock of the Good Shepherd.
It's always a pleasure to hear the Word of God preached from this church. But I'm sorry I have to comment on the really poor quality of sound hard to hear the background music of visiting singers, and the cameras that's like looking at a parking lot at night.
a blessing A blessing as I listened to your sermon, this morning in North Carolina. Earlier today I was reading on early years of Whitfield and the Wesleys preaching "without walls". Also liked your bringing in Spurgeon. Best of all, the Gospel faithfully preached. Thank you.