Tag: Gods judgment

A Sermon on Isaiah 6:1-4 Prolific, Powerful & Prophetic

The sermon notes to this sermon, can be found below the embedded video. During the early church the book of Isaiah was known as the “fifth Gospel.” I could imagine how the Apostles used this book as their “gospel,” and how they lived out this message in their ministry. Though I’m not teaching thru the

Video Preaching ‘God will violently destroy some of you’- 1 woman opposed the preaching, another responds in seemingly repentance & faith, while others….

This was a diverse crowd. One woman attempted to thwart my preaching, some nodded their heads ‘yes,’ while others ‘no.’ Another woman responded in tears, seemingly in repentance and faith; other professing Christians rejoiced. NOTE: This “Oppressor” or destruction by the Lord in verse 38, is (or can be) either the Lord directly Himself, or

Justin Peters warns that ‘moralism’ and ‘politics’ are not the role of the church, that abortion and homosexuality are a form of Gods judgement upon America

Interestingly, this presentation was given during the presidency of Barack Obama, way before the slogan “Make America great again” became popular. Peters warns that professing Christians should not be so fixed on making America better. Because the role of the church is not to make America better again, it’s to preach (or share) the true

Even if Trump & Judge Kavanaugh stood next to God, God would still… (Woman accused me of inappropriately touching her, pulling the Me Too card + hecklers)

The Puritans often preached from the book of Jeremiah, hence came their nickname the “Jeramiahans.” Therefore I have been preaching from the book of Jeremiah. This morning I preached from chapter 15:1-4. I warned them that the Lord is not pleased with how our nation, and her highest court legislate in support of sexual immorality

Video preaching that ‘God’s Ordinances, Law & Precepts are in their own hands’ – I confessed my sin & then I begged them – Soli Deo Gloria for Yehôvâh surely reigned!

This morning I preached from Psalm 119:89-96. I advised them that they held the following in their very own hands. Including but not limited to – God’s Word (Commandments), His Ordinances, His Law, His Precepts, and so much more. After preaching from this passage, I preached both the Law and Gospel. I then confessed a