Great Sermon! These two sermons on Progressive Christianity are needed today. There are many churches, pastors, and even seminaries, as well as our sin-filled culture, filled with this unbiblical teaching. Christians need to be aware of this teaching and know the truth in order to not be deceived and to discuss God's truth and love with others.
Very, Very Good Teaching Thank you for the way you equip the saints. I'm glad that you are one Baptist pastor that will tackle the difficult things & help folks not be blindsided by the progressives & others who don't have a love or respect for God's Word.
Great Sermon! Thank you thank you thank you! After living under John Piper's condemnation for 25 years, this sermon was very freeing!
Unfortunately people who will not allow remarried people to pastor are stating there are two different classes of Christians: those who are married and useful, those who are remarried and discarded. It goes like this from John Piper: "You can attend church, but please sit in the back over there by yourself, and certainly no titles of service."
I appreciate your sermon so much!
Audio is missing It appears like it's obvious that polygamy was not allowed, and that the adulterous are not to be part of the Kingdom of Heaven.Â Therefore, being sequentially monogamous with people is the issue at hand in the early Church. Paul said an overseer isn't to be a recent convert. Likewise, he could have said not a recently remarried husband, but he didn't because that was an obvious disqualifier. How are we supposed to scripturally buttress this matter of time spent raising an additional household to be voted on? Â We see Paul, in I Tim 1:15, (after he says that the saying is trustworthy) declare himself to have been saved. Why are we conflating salvation with other titles because of the repetitive rewriting of the saying is trustworthy? Being saved and being ordained are categorically different. Do you disagree? On the grounds of Paul saying that the saying is trustworthy here and in other passages like in 3:1 we should be confirming, regarding holding titles, he was an exception by the grace of our Lord. If anything Paul showed us he would've ordinarily been omitted from holding his title apart from it is God-given. Thus, we justify the goalposts Paul lays out for titleholders in passages like 3:1 when he repeats that the saying is trustworthy.
Great Sermon! After the last teaching I thought your position on the fall was feasible although not rock solid. With the November 1 teaching the case becomes fairly strong. I also liked what you said about the mountain of God. And the garden. The more I consider it the more likely it seems. Thank you. I wish I lived closer.
SanterĂa: Cocktail of Voodoo and Popery It ought to be noted that SanterĂa is really an idolatrous cocktail of voodoo and popery. As we know, a cocktail is an alcoholic beverage, a chemical compound, mixing other ingredients. In similar manner to a cocktail, SanterĂa is really a tool of Satan since it synchronizes Satanic popery and Satanic voodoo in one package. It is worth noting John 8, especially John 8:44 in response to this lie of Satan called SanterĂa, especially since some of the letters in SanterĂa spell 'Satan'.
Great Sermon! I suppose I have now listened to over 100 of your teachings including the revelation series. You may be the best teacher I have ever heard. You may not care but I just wanted to tell you.
Amazing! Amazing! I was having a problem with the 1000 yrs but expect you to explain it in the next sermon as itâ€™s the only thing that doesnâ€™t seem to fit perfectly. Thank you so much for your hard work.
Rap Music: Rebellious Music It ought to be noted that rap music (also known as hip hop) is really rebellious music. This sermon is very eye opening on the issue on this style of rebellion which is called rap music. It is worth noting the example of Korah's rebellion in Numbers 16:1-50 so that we do not follow the example of rebels who will be eternally tormented in Hell and The Lake of Fire. It is also worth noting The Great White Throne Judgment in Revelation 20:11-15 in response to this sin of rebellion which is called rap music, also called hip hop.