Great Sermon! Beloved uncle do you remember me?this is shebi son of PR.immanuel minister at good Samaritan primitive Baptist Church veeriyanthanda.i have watching your all sermons in SermonAudio.com
While I do not disagree with anything in this article, it doesn't actually address the seeming contradiction between verses 5 and 6. I have found an excellent article that I recommend to you with an outstanding explanation. You may decide you are willing to reference it at the end of your article for a well-balanced explanation. Please see http://www.biblefood.com/foolques.html Thank you, Terri Morton
Thought Provoking Sermon! This sermon asks us what and how we're using our time. In one way, if we decide to use time strictly for our pleasure, we're showing God we know better what to do with our time rather than being fruitful. Throughout the day, we should be trying to imitate Jesus Christ in various situations instead of saying we don't have time for that. Our priorities in the day shows where our affections and importance are. Do not like the world be the greatest influence in the use of your time. What greater use of time is there than studying the Holy Scriptures and giving thanks for the many blessings you receive every day?
Great Sermon! Good word Mr Sacran. I have just begun to speak to the young adults in our ministry. I have been listening to your sermon and it has shed more light on the what to say to them in this area of embarrassment and accountability . Thank you
Great Sermon! Back in early 2010 my interest was aroused in Biblical Hermeneutics through a debate I viewed between Dr. Peter Ruckman and Karl Keating, which simply fascinated me.
But it wasn't until November of that same year that I discovered you! Having awakened at 4:00 this morning, in my blog stats I saw that someone had viewed the post I had featuring your two sermons on the subject! I had to listen to them again!
I must say that you are the ONLY pastor whom I have heard even refer to Biblical Hermeneutics, other than Dr.Ruckman! That is a real shame, since the veracity of all that is said in our King James Bible is and can be verified, over and over, through just this process! Thank you, so very much, for NOT thinking that the "laity" is much to ignorant to understand it! As you state, there is no such thing, we all to be priests before Christ's mighty throne!
I am glad to have been reminded of these! I am looking forward to hearing more of your invaluable sermons, and to be posting them in my "True Christianity vs Roman Catholicism" blog!
Your congregation is most fortunate to have you! I live in Niagara Falls, and haven't a "church" building to which to go, I reaping the wonderful fruits the Internet provides me, and through which it is that I have learned so much!
God bless you