While doing expository teaching on this chapter, I also applied the importance of believing in the God of these Scriptures. As one woman yesterday that was killing her child at an abortion mill, claimed to already believe in both God and Jesus. I also discussed the importance of the Doctrine of Divine Impassibility, as well
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In this expositional teaching of Psalm 75, I also gave a call to action to examine ourselves for any pastoral idolatry or grandstanding. And to continually embrace the pillars of Sola Scriptura and Soli Deo Gloria. And what’s in that cup of red wine?
James Montgomery Boice said this, “When Magic Johnson, the handsome professional basketball personality, revealed that he had AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) the first, immediate reaction of the sportswriters and pundits was jubilation that at last we had an attractive way to look at the killer disease. One newspaper I read actually spoke of the
Though this was an exposition of Psalm 29, I compared the Lord of these Scriptures to the unbiblical Jesus seen in the new TV series The Chosen, I also wrote about it here.
Recently on Facebook, a page called “The Chosen” kept popping up on my newsfeed. I then noticed that a large percentage of my Facebook friends ‘liked’ this page. But when I saw this page was a television series about Jesus, I decided to investigate a little further. According to this first post I saw on
This exposition of the Twenty Sixth Psalm reveals more evidence that Christians are not to be a friend of sinners, or friends with the world, in fact there’s a time to hate evil doers. “And this also was an evidence of his faithfulness to his God, that he never associated with those who he had
In this Psalm we will see the graphic imagery of the pain and anguish that Jesus succumbed to. One scholar said “Approach this Psalm with the utmost solemnity and reverence, because you have probably never stood on holier ground before. You have come to Golgotha where the Good Shepherd is giving His life for the
Listen to this prolific provocative speech by the late Congressman Henry Hyde against Partial Birth Abortion. That was back when a large percentage of the Republican Party was the Grand Old Party. This Bill passed in 1976.
Today our Church broke our record for our lowest attendance ever (vacation season). Nonetheless, all of us in attendance honored our Lord, exalted Christ, enjoyed fellowship, and exercised His means of grace. This passage is bittersweet. Bitter because of the awfulness of this prolific graphic final judgment, but sweet because of the awesomeness that God has saved His
Preached all Ten Commandments, then the glorious Gospel, then called them to repentance and faith in Christ. I usually ignore persons that desire to talk while preaching, as most of them are trying to stop the preaching, or heckle, but this fellow I paused for; and apparently he wanted to encourage me.
It’s time to step-up the game on this subject, and turn-up the heat. In this Podcast I include a video of an incident that occurred in our present White House, that is far worse the Clinton – Lewinski scandal, but Republicans, and sadly most alleged Christians are OK with. I compare how Charles Spurgeon handled
Since one of our grandkids is literally locked down in our home for several weeks, she made two brief appearances in this Podcast. At the end we violated the 6’ rule with a hug and kiss. Never stop loving. My latest Tweet – Let me see if I have this right. Your church closes down,