I believe using the word ‘emasculate’ in this title is appropriate. Sadly there are many within today’s evangelicalism, who desire to ‘spiritually neuter’ men from their calling, but I will not submit to their spineless pseudō-Christianity. Though I did not go through the Law, the tracts do. “If God had painted a yellow stripe up
Tag: Community outreach
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As I preached this message, an Atheist became agitated and mocked my message. After preaching, one person responded to the Gospel while saying “I want God to change me,” others asked for prayer. All private conversations were removed.
On this day I explored the Anza Borrego Desert, in this particular video are clips from Fish Creek Trail, and Sandstone Canyon. While doing so, I also evangelized the off-road community, as I distributed Gospel tracts to fellow off-roaders. I saw a group of ‘university students’ studying this amazing canyon. When I exited my Jeep
The Lord’s ‘power and glory’ shined throughout this glorious morning. Before I even started preaching (while distributing tracts), a lady asked me to pray for her (seen in upper left video). Then once I finished preaching, one lady sitting in line exhorts me to preach some more. Then another lady approached me encouraging me to
Too many Christians are waiting for “opportunities” to share the Gospel. In the meantime opportunities everywhere are awaiting them. Brethren, every person that God puts in our path, is an opportunity, and in this case the Lord lined them up for me. One day we’re going to give an account to God for everything. Imagine
I strive to keep my messages ‘short and sweet.’ Well not too sweet, we need to let the salt out of our shakers. I did this outreach at two locations this morning, and evangelized another place as well. Happy Thanksgiving to all.
I preached from Romans 3:23-31. One lady engaged with several rhetorical questions, and another lady recited that famous man-made cliché, “God hates the sin, but loves the sinner!” I hope my answer to her was clear enough for this crowd. At this location I had a ‘narrow window of opportunity’ to convey my message; hence
This wonderful lady asked me to omit her remarks. To be more specific, salvation is the Divine work of the Holy Trinity. Salvation comes to others as the Father ‘chooses whom He elects.’ He draws them (gives them) to His Son for redemption (John 6:37-44; 17:2, 6, 9, 24). Christ then redeems them from their
This same message was preached at two different locations this morning. I spoke about the ‘hope of heaven’ for their parishioners that were saved. While warning that some of their parishioners might not of been saved, that not everyone whom goes to church, or ‘believes’ in Jesus is saved. I preached on what Jesus said