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Prestige-the shortcut to foolishness The desire and pursuit of prestige is mere foolishness and worldliness. The world image of prestige is reflected in academia (P.h.D) and pro sports (Olympic medals, and championship titles). Remember the sobering warning of 1 John 2:15-17. Enough said.
Great Sermon! Rather than hypocritically challenge the truth of God's Word with insincere questions and objections, we must, with humility and meekness, seek the truth as God has revealed it to us. Just as the Pharisees were never able to win in their verbal contests with Christ, so will we also come out the losers if we attempt to argue with God. Rather than engage in what is sure to be a losing battle, why not simply put your faith in Christ, forsake your sin, and know the blessedness of friendship with Him eternally?
Absolute Truth About Abortion! Does human life begin at conception? Must life be protected, even at its earliest stages? The Bible's answer to these questions is an unequivocal "Yes!" Our nation has been denying these truths for forty-five years, but God's Word remains the same. To continue to pollute the land with the blood of our own children is to invite further judgments from God as His wrath is increasingly kindled against us. May He have mercy on us....
The Lord God Omnipotent Reigneth! ".....God CANNOT be tempted, NEITHER CAN he tempt. This latter assertion refers not to the power of God, as if he were unable; but to his nature, whereby he is unwilling....." J Stevenson
The Lord God Omnipotent Reigneth! "The power of God is his all-perfect, self-existent essence. He has absolutely unlimited power to do whatsoever his bature determines him to will. But this power cannot be directed against his nature. God cannot change the nature of right and wrong etc because he did not make himself, and these have their determination in his own external perfections. He cannot act unwisely or unrighteously, not for want of power as respects the act, but for want of will, since God is eternally, immutably, and most freely and spontaneously, wise and righteous" A.A. Hodge
The Lord God Omnipotent Reigneth! "It has also usually been said by Theologians that God's will is limited, not only by the necessary contradiction, but by His own perfections. The meaning is correct, the phrase is incorrect. God's will is not limited; for these perfections as much ensure He will never wish, as that He will never do, those incompatible things. He does absolutely all that He wills. But thus explained, the qualification is fully sustained by Scripture. 2 Tim 2:13, Titus 1:2, Heb 6:18, James 1:13" R.L. Dabney
Great Sermon! Preaching is such a fragile thing: We take up God’s holy text with these earthen hands, asking, “Canst Thou O Christ — speak through me?” Is this not a far thing, and an ethereal thing? Can it be done? I heard Christ’s sweet voice throughout this sermon, and I rejoiced greatly in it! Zach Dotson loves Christ’s text, and since he and the Spirit agree — wonderful things are discovered. I find myself greatly moved/blessed by this preaching. I hope others will too. You MUST! Because where the Spirit and Word do mix — there IS great blessing!
Very helpful Paul, I was sorry to miss the meeting. Just listening now. Thankfully we are being sharpened by the Lord in his own time in a way that is good for us. He does not leave us comfortably in our sin. Bless his name! How we need him to lead us in the narrow way. We cannot do it without our father in heaven. We do owe Christ everything! "If God's people do not interest you then Christ does not interest you" How true. "If there is no chastisement then God has given you over to that sin". A fearful thought. "There is enough inside us to condemn us, just not enough to save us." Thankfully, he drives foolishness from our hearts. Oh it is slowly. But bless his name, surely! Romans 8:28 an excellent text to conclude the message with. May we never forget the blessings of our God to his people and to our own souls! Thank God for his mercy and patience in dealing with us.
Great Sermon! The Lord Jesus is the source of truth. It does not lie in the world, or in your heart, or in your feelings, or in religion, but in Him. Trust in the Lord Jesus and be not confounded! He is the way, the truth, and the life; believe on Him and be set free.
Great Sermon! "Hold fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard of me, in faith and love which is in Christ Jesus." (II Timothy 1:13)
Not only should churches have a creed, every church and every Christian does, in fact, have one. The creed may be good or bad, written down or merely held in the mind, but even the statement, "No creed but the Bible," is a statement of belief, and therefore a creed. Creeds provide a summary of what a church believes the Bible teaches and are therefore necessary to a church's testimony.They are also useful as an aid in instructing Christians in biblical truth. Yes! Churches should have creeds!
Great Sermon! So glad these chapters are being re-visited - chapters 5,6,7, and 8 are the freedom chapters for me - freedom from wrath, freedom from sin, freedom from law and freedom from death - they form the base of what Christ has done for his people
A Solemn Warning! Jesus Christ, the Savior of sinners, warned about Hell more than any other person in the Bible, yet many deny its reality. Do not be deceived: Hell is a place of conscious and everlasting punishment. All who do not turn from their sin and receive the salvation which was purchased by Christ on the cross will go there, and there shall be no escape. But, "whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved."
Great Sermon! What proof do you need to believe in Jesus Christ? Unbelief hides behind "intellectual" objections to the Gospel, but the truth is that it is a change of heart which is necessary. Only when God renews the heart does the sinner come to true faith and repentance! May God give us all a new heart to believe in His only begotten Son.
Great Sermon! Who will go to heaven, and when? What will it really be like? And how can we prepare to go there with joy? We have many questions about Heaven, and this sermon answers them from the Scriptures. Truly, "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him." I Corinthians 2:9