Iâ€™m a big fan of SermonAudio and mostly use it on my iPhone or iPad. I was unable to find the â€ślocal finderâ€ť feature that the old application had on ROKU. Where might this be and how could I find it? Will there be a way of signing in with our SermonAudio account so we have quicker access to our saved broadcasters, favorites etc...?
A call to discernment Kevin, You are correct in your assessment of the entertainment industry. Far too many Christians spout the "It's only entertainment, what's the big deal." mantra. They are apathetic to the battle that is taking place for the hearts, mind and souls of our children. I too have been mocked, ridiculed and scoffed at for taking a stand against such indoctrination and evil. Mostly from fellow Christians. We are told to lighten up, don't be so critical etc... I like your analogy of the rat poison, it's 99% good right? So why don't you eat eat? Jesus didn't approve of a little sin, our spouses wouldn't be ok with us taking 1% of the year off from our marriage commitment, we'd be aghast if our children took 1% of their time to pursue evil. Keep fighting the good fight Kevin. Thank you for your show.
Clarifying Question Kevin, I've heard you say on a few occasions to eliminate the prisons. I'm intrigued and curious at the same time over this statement. What would a prisonless system look like? There are many dangerous people that can't function in society without continually committing crimes against humanity. Do you advocate for the OT system of the death penalty for most crimes? I'm not well versed in what you are advocating and I seek clarity. You mention restitution, if the person doesn't pay the restitution what then? Thank you for your show, I listen everyday.
Great Reminder Great reminder that the American Holocaust is happening under our noses every day of the week. As a nation we have become apathetic to this. Christians should never be ashamed of taking a stand for the sacredness of human life. We are God's created beings even in the womb. Thank you Pastor Greg!
Excellent Reminder Pastor Greg, Thank you for this excellent reminder of what a privilege it is to be chosen. We too often take our Christianity for granted and miss out on the attitude of praise we should have. I liked how you tied it together with the responsibility that comes with bing afforded the privilege of salvation. The Vanderbilt example was a good illustration. I always get so much from your teaching.
â€śWhether youâ€™re gay or lesbian or straight, if you love someone and you want to marry them, marry them,â€ť Simpson, of Wyoming, says in the spot. What if you love a child, your sister, multiple men and women? Shouldn't the "marry who you love" argument include polygamy, pedophilia, cousins, siblings etc...? Should we expect them advocating for these groups next? Love is not the only basis for marriage, it is a seriously flawed argument.
9 public complaints usually translates to thousands who would like to but don't for various reasons. Many feel someone else will, some are too busy, most don't want to feel the wrath of the machine behind speaking out. They don't want to put up with the ad homenim attacks of people who they disagree with, it's just not worth it so they voice their opinion in other ways, like canceling their paper.
Great Reminder for Biblical Honesty Seeking advice from the wrong people, putting yourself above Jesus, unequally yoking with non-believers, and living a duplicitous life is wrong. We should seek the restoration of relationships with The Lord through honesty and Biblical confrontation. That is the whole purpose of Biblical advice and counceling.Rrestoration of one's relationship with The Lord is not to harm but to heal.
What next for the Congregation? I will be curious to see what the congregation does with this. Will they adhere to the unchanging immutable Word of God? Will there be a mass exodus from this church? Will there be an effort by those grounded in the Word to bring this church back to the truth? Will they just roll over and follow what the leaders have decided Scripture says? Time will tell.
Wow, Preach it Brother. A most excellent exposition of 2 Thesselonians 2:1-12. People love their sin, this much is true, they accept evil as good and good as evil. However, there is salvation in Christ and forgivness of sins, for those who believe in The Lord, Jesus Christ. Explained well once again by Pastor Lance.
Great Sermon! Thank you Dr. Masters - Oh how our souls need sermons that are right to the point.
How much can be said...with so few words!!
I emailed this to all 4 of my children. May the LORD use this to draw them to himself!
Ezekiel 20:39 As for you, O house of Israel, thus saith the Lord GOD; Go ye, serve ye every one his idols, and hereafter also, if ye will not hearken unto me: but pollute ye my HOLY NAME no more with your GIFTS,and with your IDOLS.
People need to read the whole chapter of Jeremiah .... (And come and stand before me in this house, which is called by my name, and say, We are delivered to do all these abominations?)
And People want revival, wake up Church...Isaiah 5:20
Thank You! Thank you for more good gospel preaching. I've went to many different churches looking for preaching like this. I'm ashamed to say it's a rare thing to find it. Thank you for the web-cast ministry.