Great Sermon! It is good to hear a preacher not try to explain this away as so many do in our day. Especially us in the Reformed camp. My only two objections to what Bro Bob says is in regard to Sarahâ€™s age. She was not 88 or 89. Chapter 17 tells us in verse 17 Sarah was 90 years old. Letâ€™s not change what God has said. Also, when Jesus said â€śthey are like the angelsâ€ť he went on to clarify with the words â€śin heavenâ€ť. Those angelic beings who did not leave their first estate.
Great Study! Thank you for allowing God to work through you to put all this together. All the references, cross-references and â€śthereforeâ€ť conclusions are a wonderful balm for the wondering searching soul.
Iâ€™ve been on this walk many years and the more I learn, the more I realize there is so much more I donâ€™t know and likely wonâ€™t understand this side of heaven.
Thank you again. I really appreciate your closing story and reminder in the last session. God Bless you as you have blessed others.
Great Sermon! This is such a breath of fresh air on such a widely preached topic that still remains misunderstood. Give this a listen. You won't be sorry! God bless you exceedingly and abundantly Pastor Vincent for your courage!
Great Sermon! Tremendous blessing to hear Pastor Bob's sermon. Simple Bible exegesis challenged several things I have been taught about the coming of Christ. It helped me to put off my biases and wrestle with the texts. Great encouragement also for why believers have great and real hope even in the face of death. Thank you.
Good Information! You know, I had forgotten that there are different kinds of angels, that they have different forms. Thanks, Bro. Bob, for this reminder. Most pictures have all angels looking like male humans with a couple of wings on their backs.
All three parts of your "Sons of God" series were interesting.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this insightful message. I'd begun looking into these passages because of our Lord mentioning in Matthew 24:37-39, Luke 17:26-27; As in the days of Noah,I began to ponder, what were they specifically doing in the days of Noah? Lord, were You making reference to all that went on? Are we to literally expect the same things which occurred then could happen again?
As God led me to study certain passages which pertain to the subject matter, I found Jesus does not have to mince His words, He speaks with authority and truth, I believe Jesus is warning us, history will repeat herself.
Humbling Message Sandy and I heard this sermon at the Friday night worship service of the Presbytery of the Gulf South. Instead of a rushed, dry as dust teaching, this message had the oil of gladness and was full of the anointing of the Holy Ghost.
Great Sermon! Dear friend,
When Our Lord walked with the two on the road to Emmaus, I was thinking that as they all sat at the table, the eyes of the two would be watching Our Lord's hands as He broke the bread and could clearly see the nail print scars. What else would they be looking at other than their guest's movements?
Second Response to 'Thanks' If you go to:
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you will be able to see how I have addressed each of those issues.
Thanks Thank you! for your response.
I agree that God hates a deceitful heart and the example you give in your sermon [Rev 22-15] is a good one.'Whosoever LOVETH and maketh a lie'" Although we need to be careful not become a moral relativist I think the same can be said about moral legalism. I think those in WW2 should be commended for deceiving murderer,s and putting their own lives at risk as the midwives in the book of Exodus did, in dealing with Pharaoh.
To argue against could be seen as moral stupidity.
Thank you for your exhortation to prayer. God bless!