Throughout the month of April, while our other Pastor preached the main sermons (we switched off), I hosted communion. But I decided to use this opportunity to do brief teachings on a specific passage, as well as disclose a particular doctrine that we can gleam from either the Text, or from what Christ accomplished on
While doing a Google search for [gospel + police] I discovered that CNN had endorsed and promoted a professing Christian police officers “Gospel” message, that video went “viral.” I attempted to download the CNN video but was unsuccessful. However, I was able to locate the exact public file that they featured in their news story.
Recently a Christian commented under one of my Open Air Preaching videos, “Why do you preach on ‘propitiation?’ Why don’t you just preach the Gospel?” My answer is ‘propitiation’ is a part of the Gospel. Propitiation is ‘one of two elements’ within the atonement, and the atonement is a part of the Gospel…. My show
My Pastor gave me the assignment to teach Romans 1:16 during our Lord’s Day worship service. Hence, the following video is an exposition of Romans 1:14-19. Or you can download the Mp3 audio file here. Below this video, for your reference, I also provided a transcript. Though obviously I will not be teaching through the
I am thankful our Pastor allowed me (a layperson) to preach this Lord’s Day message. As it says in Chapter 26, Paragraph 11 of our Confession of Faith – Although it be incumbent on the bishops or pastors of the churches, to be instant in preaching the word, by way of office, yet the work
Normally I only hand-out Spanish tracts here, and I rarely ever preach here. But this morning when I did a sound check, about 98% of them advised they spoke English. Henceforth…
On this morning I preached from 1 John 4:7-11, I zoomed-in on Christ’s propitiatory sacrifice. What did Christ’s propitiatory work implicate? That Christ atoned for the sins of His church That Christ is the Lamb…the mercy seat That Christ fully appeased the wrath of God (for His church) That Christ reconciles the sinner to His
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
WARNING: If you’d rather go to church to hear funny jokes, fictional stories, or contemporary sermons; then do not watch this video. If you desire to grow in Christ, in addition to diligently studying the Word of God; then one of the preachers I recommend listening to is Paul Washer of HeartCry Missionary Society.
Lots of fruitful conversations afterwards. The Lord used three Christians to engage in some trilateral encouragement, I am thankful for them.
All these outreaches were done within the same hour (3N1.) Afterwards, I then dropped in on some Psychics. However, that is not on camera. Remember a Christian has the authority to tell a fortuneteller what their future is. They did not like it, but the seeds were planted. The results are the Lords.
Video of my sermon preached in front of Diamond Stadium, in support of the Veterans Memorial, the Cross of Christ, and the Star of David The city of Lake Elsinore has approved the placement of a veterans memorial, just outside the entrance of their city owed Diamond Stadium. Because this soon to come memorial displays