Great Sermon! Thank you for this sermon. Given how frequently the Bible speaks of the influx and ascendancy of foreigners as a judgment upon a disobedient, unbelieving people, we have been astonished at how few ministers are willing to preach the truth about what is happening in the nations of Christendom. This is a much needed sermon for today's church.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this sermon. It is astonishing that something so clearly affirmed in Scripture is denied by so many Christians. Perhaps it is not only that the depravity of man is a mere abstraction to many, but also that the sovereignty of God is also an abstraction in their minds. It takes a firm belief in God's sovereignty to look at the nature and intent of anti-christian conspiracy without being terrified. But God is indeed sovereign and will bring the conspiracies of evil men to nothing.
Brave Sermon! We need more preaching like this in our day. The church will be the first to feel the bite of the growing tyranny, and rightly so. "For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?" (I Peter 4:17)¬†
Enlightening Sermon! This sermon sheds much light on the destructive nature of envy in national life. It is a great evil which dishonours God and ruins individuals and nations. It must be rooted out of our hearts through faith in Jesus Christ and contented submission to the providence of God if we are ever to have a happy, harmonious Christian nation.
Great Sermon! "Thou shalt have no other gods before me."¬†Exodus 20:3 KJV
The disobedience and idolatry inherent in the idea of 'principled pluralism' should be obvious to all Christians, but, sadly, worldly ideas and false teachers have led many astray. We now find ourselves in a situation in which the camel has found his way into our tent, and is in the process of pushing us out into the desert sand. This was inevitable in a pluralistic system, and only repentance and fervent supplication to God will free us from the dominion of the camel.
Great Sermon! It's a simple choice: The First Amendment and judgment, or the First Commandment and blessing. Choose ye this day whom ye will serve....Oh! that we would choose the Lord Jesus Christ!