The subject of the headcovering has caused great controversy within the church of Christ. Strange as it seems, many believers accept the latter part of 1 Corinthians 11 but have grave difficulty when it comes to the opening verses. However, obedience to God is important on every matter - even on the matter of the headcovering.
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Great Sermon! Great message! Thanks for preaching on this neglected practice.
from Florida, USA
Great Sermon! Thank you very much for your sermon. I was convicted about 8 months ago that I should be covering during corporate worship. I have (nervously) been covering my head at church since that time, but it is difficult because I am the only one. The few women who know that I am "covering" and not making a horrendous fashion faux-pas, have been sweet, but I'm quite sure they think I'm crazy. I appreciate your sermon very much. It gives me the confidence to persevere =)
Jacksonville, Florida USA
Informative Sermon! Thank you, Rev Mercer, for this clear teaching on the headcovering and the reasons for it. Fashions may change but God's word still stands. My wife and I especially appreciated the point about the angels - to God be the glory.
from Rhode Island
Thank you for this sermon Thank you Rev. Mercer for making this sermon aviable. This is such an important topic that is looked over by so many. I think headcovering should be preached a lot more often, so those woman who do not cover can see the errors of their ways and start to follow God's instruction on this. This sermon has been a real blessing. God bless.
Mrs. Lori S. (10/26/2005)
from Northeast Ohio
Great Sermon! This was a great sermon regarding I Corinthians 11 and the headcovering. I am the only one in my local church who wears one and at times I get discouraged. This message truly encouraged me even more that my obedience to the Lord is the most important thing in this life. Thank you for such a great message. God bless.
Rev. Colin Mercer was converted to Christ at the age of eight. He commenced attending his local Free Presbyterian Church in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, as a young teenager and soon became involved in the ministry of that congregation. He served as a Sunday School teacher and...