Really? After listening to this program and hearing the good review of the movie I took my daughter and son to see it. I'm not sure we watched the same movie. You mentioned there being a few skimpy costumes on ladies, but you failed to mention how long those scenes were and the vulgar dances they were in as well. Very in your face at times. I don't think I would promoting this as good family fare. Especially for boys to see. And also, you made it sound like Barnum was this fine upright man who was taken advantage of by the wicked woman who walked out of the show because he refused to become her lover? He pretty much led the woman on and you could tell from the moment he heard her sing he was falling for her. Just because nothing physical happened other than a kiss doesn't mean he was in any way the innocent man. After all, he went alone on tour with her leaving his wife and two daughters crying.
Carl, a six year old acting that way is showing rebellion against you, his father, and most of all God. I've raised several children and used Biblical discipline of spare the rod and spoil the child. A child left to himself will be a shame to his mother. You must take him in hand now and spank the daylights out of him before it's too late and he is bigger and more able to actually harm you. Otherwise as the Bible says you don't truly love him.
Great Sermon! Please continue this series exposing all the so-called conservative groups and individuals. We need to hear! I was not aware that Ben Shapiro had spoken against Judge Moore so upon hearing this in your sermon I immediately unfollowed him on FB.
I agree, Wayfarer Pilgrim. Women have no place in Christ's church as leaders of any kind other than younger women and children. I believe this to be true in politics as well. We women rule too much by feelings and sentiment and of course the monthly cycle also has a lot to do with that.
The Sabbath was established at Creation. God rested the 7th day. Sabbath means rest. Our Pilgrim fathers and all through history Christians have called Sunday the Sabbath day. Even as recent as the 1960's. I watched an old Andy Griffith Show the other day and coming out of church the characters greeted each other with "Good Sabbath!"
Too one-sided I enjoy listening to Bro Cooley on most subjects, but he seems to be so blinded by his own Baptist theology that it's almost to the point of thinking only Baptists will be in Heaven.
Those who hold to infant baptism in the reformed circles do not in any way believe it is for the salvation of the child. It is just a sign that the child will be brought up in the Christian faith, but in no way guarantees their salvation. The Roman Catholic false doctrine teaches salvation by works including baby baptism, but not the true Reformed doctrine.