What is meant by 'deliverances'? The word 'deliverances' in the sermon title is unclear to me.
I didn't hear anything to the effect that God was delivering Samson from temptation, or from his enemies in this specific sermon.
Does the word 'deliverances' then mean that God was delivering Samson over to his corruption, as in Romans 1? But the context of Romans 1 doesn't speak of sinning saints, but of the ungodly. The Westminster Confession, in the section on Providence, does have the following words:
"The most wise, righteous, and gracious God does oftentimes leave, for a season, his own children to manifold temptations, and the corruption of their own hearts, to chastise them for their former sins, or to discover unto them the hidden strength of corruption and deceitfulness of their hearts, that they may be humbled; and, to raise them to a more close and constant dependence for their support upon Himself, and to make them more watchful against all future occasions of sin, and for sundry other just and holy ends."
When God leaves His children to the corruption of their own hearts, is God 'delivering' them over to it? To me, leaving to and delivering over to are not synonymous terms.
So, what did you mean by the word 'deliverances" in the sermon title?
The Papacy: Ordained to Extinction It should be noted that the papacy is ordained to become extinct. This sermon shows why the Roman Catholic church and everything related to popery must become extinct. Remember Revelation 18:1-24.
Great Sermon! This is a very Challenging sermon.
It should inspire every Christian and Church member to realise that personal invites are more effective tools in Evangelism.
Thank you. I always look forward to viewing your Services on the Web.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this message. I am not well today to attend the service at my own church so I decided to go on SermonAudio to listen to sermons on Elijah.I too am facing my own Jericho and I acknowledge that I can't do it on my own without the intervention of the Lord. This message is a blessing to my soul in such a time that I most needed encouragement. I also listen to your songs on youtube. They are great blessings to my heart. It was also a blessing to hear you preach in our church last week. May the Lord continue to bless you, your family and your ministry.
Great Sermon! Thisvseromon is the most moving,sincere and challenging one I have ever hear. It was most definitely from the heart.
I wish Bro and Mrs McCrea a long and happy retirement.
No doubt William will be keeping on singing and playing for the Lord.
May the Lord Bless you both.
John Q. K. PEEL
Thank you! Thank you so much, Rev McCrae, for your ministry. Was blessed by this word, which was as a "shadow" to one who is traveling in a weary land, and felt strengthened once again to continue in my pursuit of God, of whom it is said "in his favour is life". I look forward, all being well, to more "shadows" should you continue this series in the beautiful book of Ruth.
Popery: Tool of Satan While Jehovah deplores the pope in the Vatican, Satan loves the pope. Then again, popery is Satan's favourite tool for bringing the world together. The obvious fact is that the pope was, is, and always will be, Satan's favourite son. This means that every pope is predetermined for eternal punishment in Hell, and eventually, the Lake of Fire.
Pop Music: The Music of Lasciviousness Pop music has been about sexual lasciviousness since its inception during the 1950 decade. Female pop stars like Kelly Clarkson, though musically talented, reflect their sexually promiscuous lifestyles not just in their pop music, but in their immodest attire in the form of leather catsuits, leotards, thigh bearing one piece bathing suits, etcetera.
Remember 1 Timothy 2:9.
7 Great 'I Wills' of the Lord Jesus Christ! (1) Conversion: Jn 6:37 "All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out." (2) Cleansing: Lk 5:12-13 "And it came to pass, when he was in a certain city, behold a man full of leprosy: who seeing Jesus fell on his face, and besought him, saying, Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst make me clean. And he put forth his hand, and touched him, saying, I will: be thou clean. And immediately the leprosy departed from him." (3) Confession: Mt 10:32 "Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven." (4) Consecration: Mt 4:19 "And he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men." (5) Comfort: Jn 14:18 "I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you." (6) Confirmation: Jn 6:39-40 "And this is the Fatherâ€™s will which hath sent me, that of all which he hath given me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up again at the last day. And this is the will of him that sent me, that every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day." (7) Conclusion: Jn 17:24a "Father, I will that they also, whom thou hast given me, be with me where I am; that they may behold my glory..." Amen!
Great Sermon! The European Union is nothing more than a vehicle of popery. Its current headquarters are in Brussels near Vilvoorde. We know that Vilvoorde outside of Brussels in present day Belgium is where Protestant Reformer William Tyndale was burned at the stake on 6 October, 1536.
The European Union was started on 1 November, 1993 457 years after the martyrdom of William Tyndale. One day, the European Union will be destroyed by The Lord.
Let us oppose this instrument of popery called the European Union.
Christ doesn't cast away the castaways! "Him that justifieth the ungodly." They seem to me to be very wonderful words.
Are you not surprised that there should be such an expression as that in the Bible, "That justifieth the ungodly?" I have heard that men that hate the doctrines of the cross bring it as a charge against God, that He saves wicked men and receives to Himself the vilest
of the vile. See how this Scripture accepts the charge, and plainly states it! By the mouth of His servant Paul, by the inspiration of the Holy Ghost, He takes to Himself the title of "Him that justifieth the ungodly." He makes those just who are unjust, forgives those who
deserve to be punished, and favors those who deserve no favor. You thought, did you not, that salvation was for the good? that God's grace was for the pure and holy, who are free from sin? It has fallen into your mind that, if you were excellent, then God would reward you; and you have thought that because you are not worthy, therefore there could be no way of your enjoying His favor. You must be somewhat surprised to read a text like this: "Him that justifieth the ungodly. " I do not wonder that you are surprised; for with all my familiarity with the great grace of God, I never cease to wonder at it. -- Spurgeon, All of Grace