So yesterday Pastor David Platt’s church gets a surprise visit from the President of the United States. On a positive note it’s wonderful that Trump visited this church, and that Platt prayed for him. And we can trust David Platt to not tell the President to “accept Jesus” or “Pray this prayer,” and then heretically
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As I’ve said before, “Evangelism is not a ball game to see how many souls I can profess to win to Christ. Evangelism is a matter of eternal life, or eternal damnation. Only the Lord knows the heart, but in time we can examine the fruit.” As an additional resource, read my comprehensive article on the
Sermon Jam on ‘Are we willing to pay the price? (re global missions), by David Platt Platt is correct, but remember “global missions” begins right here in our own back yard. Our own city, our own Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria. Oh how our churches have failed our own communities (in regards to Biblical evangelism). I
David is correct in saying that “whatever our vocations may be at the time, the command is the same for us all. To make disciples.” Church, how does one become a disciple? First and foremost if they become saved, it’s by sharing the glorious Gospel with them. Notice how he couched his words carefully here.
Amen, this is why a team of evangelists from our church deployed a “Gospel Tract Invasion” into multiple Sports Bars on Super Bowl Sunday. For more posts related to ‘sports,’ click our sports tag here.
Why do pastors (and alleged evangelists) still do this? The reason is Satan. But I believe there are many other ‘causations.’ Following are three of them. Each one could be subcategorized with other contributing factors. 1) These pastors (or evangelists) are deceived, or 2) The pastors (or evangelists) are the actual deceivers. 3) To fill
Pastor David delivered this message at Liberty University. Regarding our ‘possessions’ that David spoke about, I am guilty. We own ‘stuff’ that we do not need. If the economy was better, and I was able to sell; I’d get rid of a couple things. The first video takes off a bit slow, but keep going.
Pastor gave this message at Southeastern Seminary. While hearing his answer (beginning at timestamp 4:10,) I was ready to turn pastor David off. Until he clarifies what he said – all the way through to the end. What a clever presentation, and response to that commonly asked question. Pastor David, you’ve been tagged. Update: To watch
Two scathing videos debunking the cliché “God hates the sin, but loves the sinner,” by Tim Conway & David Platt (and no it’s not a Bible verse). Sadly most pastors will not teach this from their pulpits. Why not? Because they’re afraid of losing membership. Henceforth they would lose money. Folks it is a fact that too
Disclaimer: I have not read his book, nor am I going to. Therefore this is not an endorsement of his book. The message he conveyed in this video, is what I am plugging.
Oh how so many false converts will be miserably surprised, and eternally sorry. Jesus never said that He wants you to “accept” Him into our hearts. He expects more than that from true converts. As I said last year in a message entitled “Facebook Christianity.” He doesn’t want you to accept Him, as you would
This pastor is correct, nowhere did Jesus say that. Too many ‘believers’ are hanging their hat of salvation on just one Bible verse (Romans 10:9,) which they’ve cut and pasted out of context. God doesn’t want His Word sound-bited. Even worse, they only understand this one verse in the modern day English, rather than its