Great Sermon! I volunteer for the Jews for Jesus - I listen to your sermons, often hours a day in order to understand the Messiah in the Old Testament so I can witness more effectively to Jewish people . God bless your amazing ministry! So very grateful!
Great Sermon! Awesome message...seems like the pentecostals and charismatics don't want the truth of God's word...holiness and cogic churches as well...thanks for the message bro Vincent sawyer...God bless...
Great Sermon! Thank you for your acceptance at the faith Baptist Church I pray this could be a chosen and stay for as long as God allows me to I want to thank the sister Susanna you'll be my inspiration and bringing me there and it was God's faith too.i want to Christain Acosta Thomas olivermiller and his whole family Everyone I have met so far and I feel blessed by God and joining being a member becoming a family member I feel like my heart has growth already for God Jesus Christ I feel well committed πππ and I pray for all the encouraging words the teachings the knowledge the rear end words of the Bible of God the desire that comes when I go there the happiness especially all the children the familys and Queens NewYork its self all the welcome in the world I give to the Faith Baptist Church and I pray that it stays then forever lasting I love being there sincerely be the words that come from God and the bottom of my π thank you so much I don't know if you really know what this means to me but I know one thing for sure is God know just learning living & loving it ππ―β€οΈπβοΈπβοΈβοΈπ "living for God " Johnny Nunez Sr
Great Sermon! Very good message, great points! Was at a prayer meeting the night before listening to this messaging, where i prayed that God would continue to guide us into all truth by His Holy Spirit. He answered that prayer the next night, using Pastor Sawyer through his clear, straight-forward preaching/teaching on the subject of the timing of the Rapture. Thank you brother! May God continue to bless and use you!
Amazing Wisdom There is much wisdom and insight in this message. First of when stating we do not survey all religious options such thinking presupposes that the autonomous mind can exhaust all possibilities of reality and make a so-called unbiased choice as if reality had a neutral ground by which to measure all things.
Second, we don't make the choice to partake in the new birth anymore than we make a choice to partake in the first birth.
Third, but yet he still does not deny the role of the will in conversion, but embraces the dialectic as how he puts it open-ended.
I'm reminded of how philosophers struggle to reconcile dialects in the laws that govern reason. Since those laws are as the great Reformed Apologist Cornelius Van Til puts it part of his general revelation and are unsolvable in its nuances, how can we dare to expect scripture to give us mere creatures any full resolutions to any dialectics in scripture where God hasn't spoken?