Very Helpful Sermon Thank you, Pastor Botterbrodt, for truly equipping the saints. My family has learned so much from this series. Those verses from Jeremiah 23 coupled with 2 Thessolonians 2:1-4 are powerful.
Interesting Topic Ezekiel 37:11-14 clearly speaks of a resurrection. And this resurrection must mark the beginning of God's purpose of gathering two people. (Northern and Southern Kingdoms which split into the Northern and Southern kingdoms after the death of Solomon)
2 Kings 17:18 Therefore the LORD was very angry with Israel, and removed them out of his sight: there was none left but the tribe of Judah only.
The house of Judah consisted of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin. The 10 other tribes were cast off.
The gathering of two people as one in Christ of which gathering Paul wrote in Ephesians 2:14-15. And since it was already a work of God in progress at the time Paul wrote to the Ephesians, the resurrection spoken of in Ezekiel 37 must precede the writing of that letter.
Great Sermon! This was a great follow-up to the first part of this teaching. Those verses in John 10 about the sheep not listening to the voice of a stranger struck me in the heart. I suddenly understood why I can't tolerate what most churches offer as Christianity these days. It is strange to me!! I don't recognize the voice of the Shepherd they're offering. Thank you, Pastor Botterbrodt, and Foundation Baptist Church congregants, for your faithful witness in this ever-darkening world.
Great Sermon! This teaching is packed with Scriptures! There's certainly a lot of meat in it for those who are of full age. The topic of judicial darkness as God's judgement for idolatry and sin needs to be understood much more than it is, currently. I listened to the sermon, then I listened again in order to take notes, and finally, after meditating upon the truth of what was taught, I plan to share this information with those around me. Oftentimes, we're guilty of putting the cart before the horse when it comes to sharing the gospel with others. After listening to this lesson I've realized the absolute necessity of asking God to open the spiritual eyes, ears, and understanding of a person BEFORE I ever talk to them about the Lord. Without God granting the gift of spiritual sight, first, we won't get far in our outreach efforts for Christ.
Great Sermon! I've listened to this sermon 5 times. On the 5th time I jotted down all of the scripture references and notes that were presented. I can't express the depth of gratitude that I have for Pastor Botterbrodt's faithful preaching on this topic. Now, I can have confidence from the scriptures when discussing the fallacy of dispensationalism with others.
Thank you for this Biblical reminder of what the â€śLordâ€™s church should be praying , searching the Scriptures, and living it out NO MATTER THE COST. I come into agreement with you! â€śLord help us to stand!â€ť Fear God or fear man? Lord give us Your grace as we live to glorify You, in Jesus Christ name I pray. Amen
A Big Thing The lies surrounding Christmas are not a small thing and they are not funny. Thank you, Pastor, for having the courage to preach what should be preached at every church all over the world.
Thank you for this Clarity on the topic of voting for the lesser of the 2 evils. This has never been more clear. God expects us to uphold His Word in everything we do. We appreciate all of your sermons, and thank God for your witness on Sermon Audio to the world. May our God continue to show you these things.
Great Sermon! I just started this series this morning and I'm thankful that the Lord lead me to it. I totally agree it's important to examine false religions in order to better present the Gospel to those in bondage to them. Thank you for such a clear, concise, and biblically accurate study of this topic. I've only just listened to the first sermon in the series and I look forward to moving on to the others!