Very admirable approach I admire pastor's delving into this topic, truly do. This topic, eschatology, has caused such needless infighting, as I see it. He approached the topic with obvious disagreement, but with a seeming desire to treat the even-handedly. That said, and as a postmillennialist myself, it was about the 9 minute mark when I began seeing things go astray. He asked - and rightly so - "what kind of a world will Christ return to?" A good question, to be sure. However, to as this, pastor Gables directed our attention to Matt 24. Like there are two "streams" of premillennialisms, there are two "streams" of postmillennialism: Classic and partial preterist. For the classic perspective, look into Johnathan Edwards. The Partial Preterist perspective (such as Dr. Ken Gentry or Dr. James White), will see Matt 24 (and much - NOT ALL - of Revelation) as speaking to the promised judgment against covenant breaking Isreal. They continually broke what we call the Old Covenant. Jesus instituted the "New Covenant" the night of His betrayal. His return, then, was against covenant breaking Isreal, culminating in 70AD. If this is a problem, it must be exegetically refuted, not by another's tradition. Thank you and God bless.
The Righteous Are Merciful A beautiful and very thorough message about man's responsibility to animals. How people treat animals shows a lot about what is going on inside of them. Cruel and dark people show what is inside of them by how they treat those under their care. If they are cruel to animals, they will also harm humans. Proverbs 12:10.
Thorough study Pls can you comment on Synod of Dort Head 1 Article 17 that is very specific about only elect infants and not just infants, implying to me that there are elect and non elect infants. Also wouldnâ€™t Godâ€™s covenant with His people give them assurance of their infants who die but not the non covenant people who canâ€™t know?
Great Sermon! Thank you for breaking down this chapter and explaining why these names or of so much importance... really good lesson of understanding everyoneâ€™s part of a church. And Dependability.
Great Sermon! God used your sermon the invisible warfare to start my journey back to fellowship with Him.. and just in time too, as i was about to go through 'Hell' and back in my life..
God is good, thanks for your faithfullness and bible knowledge brother.
Great Sermon! I have yet again learned things I have never been taught before , Thank you Pastor , Like Rita I also have no Church to go to , but God will and does provide for His people , Once again Thank you and God Bless you Pastor ! .
Great Sermon! Wonderful! I will be singing â€śup from the grave he arose with a mighty triumph over his foes; he arose a victor from the dark domain, and he lives forever with his saints to reign, He arose , He arose, Hallelujah! Christ arose!
Great Sermon! â€śEvery block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.â€ť By Michelangelo. Our Great God is chipping away and turning us into his great jewels..wonderful sermon..itâ€™s makes the trials explained and much more bareable. God Bless you.