Audio is much better! I forgot to add that the audio for this sermon is greatly improved. Whatever you did, thank you. Of course, there may be something I am doing or not doing on my end that could also help matters when listening, but this sermon did not suffer from the same "loudness" that the first had. Kudos to BMATS and all involved for the new service.
Byron Smith (3/1/2006)
from Tyler, TX
A short, very helpful sermon Malcolm Bernstine's sermon is on human responsibility to God. Who will we blame for our sin? Of particular interest to me is the point he makes about the Fall in the Garden of Eden in Genesis 3:9, where God asks Adam, "Where Art Thou?" Why would an infinite, omnipotent, all-wise God need to ask this question? Because God is both infinite and personal, and the question is not to reveal Adam's physical location, but for Adam to realize his spiritual location, i.e., apart from God because of sin. In the day of judgment, what will be our excuse? Paraphrasing Malcolm Bernstine, let us only plead Christ in that day.