Though Christians are commanded to preach the glorious Gospel, we also have a duty to oppose false teachings. We’re not called to make friends with the world, nor fellowship with them, nor invite them to “church.” We’re commanded to warn them, and sometimes you will push them away, because they are already dead in their
Tag: Open-air preaching
I preached some of the Law from the New Testament, and then the glorious Gospel. One fellow that originally rejected my IPOC Gospel tract, later responded to the Gospel (via the preaching), and then asked for a tract to leave with. “Sola Scriptura” (Scripture Alone); “Sola Gratia” (Grace Alone); “Sola Fide” (Faith Alone); “Solus Christus”
Some people in line did not want to hear the preaching, but some professing Christians were encouraged. After this sermon the Lord provided opportunities for conversations and prayer requests. The Puritans often preached from the book of Jeremiah, hence came their nickname the “Jeramiahans.” Therefore I have been street preaching from the book of Jeremiah.
This morning while distributing Gospel tracts, only one person rejected a tract. I then preached from Isaiah 53, gave some of the Law, and the glorious Gospel. During my preaching that same man that rejected my tract, stepped out of line and left. After this message I engaged some in private conversations. It appears that
“And the Lord said unto the servant, Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled.” – Luke 14:23 the Lord Jesus
This week I’ve been keeping my mini sermons “Christmas” theme related. But not the Gerber baby Jesus that’s seen in nativity scenes. Private conversations were removed.
Consecration, separation, and spiritual discipline. Amen on those! :)
A street preacher said on social media that we shouldn’t give our testimonies, “because nobody cares!” So I decided to give my testimony. I used that bloody crime scene, to point them to the bloody cross. One man’s attitude did a 180, after speaking with me later (perhaps repentance). And as I was leaving, many
The Puritans often preached from the book of Jeremiah, hence came their nickname the “Jeramiahans.” Therefore I have been street preaching from the book of Jeremiah. This morning I preached from chapter 29:17-19. One woman kept correcting me. But her unbiblical statements that Christ’s love, and/or atonement was for “everybody that wants to accept Him”
At the turn of this Century I noticed an increase of pseudō churches, where their pastors fostered an environment of beer, hymns, and tattoos – at “church” (I regret my tattoos from decades ago.) But now they’ve even progressed to tattoo fundraisers at “church.” Perhaps this young woman attends one of them? This woman demonstrates the