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Great Sermon! What a great message of the sweetish comfort Christ Jesus has cleansed me.I would like to encourage others to listen to this message especially during these difficult days.Thank you pastor Akash for your Christ centered gospel messages and someday you will find out how your messages have helped me to keep my eyes on Christ no matter what.God Bless you and your family.
Great Sermon! Thank you for such a timely word for Gods people. Praying for Repentance and Revival to sweep a nation and globe.
Thanks again a may our Good Lord continue to raise up godly men, leaders and Pastors! Lord bless đź•Š
Wow!! Wow!! Bro. Harold preached another memorable message! This one hit home in many ways but especially when he said we commit most, if not all, of the works of the flesh, but a Christian should have ALL 9 things of the fruit of the Spirit!â€ť Itâ€™s FRUIT, not fruitS! Singular!! A Christian canâ€™t produce fruit-this is only produced by God! (No free will in salvation!! Only God saves!) âť¤ď¸Ź
Amen to a much needed Sermon! Jesus is the way to the Father. Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.(Joh 14:6)Â Thank you Pastor Jeff.
Hyper Calvinism: Authoritarian Legalism While Hyper Calvinists are fellow born again believers, they do tend to exhibit authoritarian legalism. This is because their view of predestination denies the common grace view that John Calvin espoused. John Calvin stated that, "Institutes 2.2.14, â€śThe power of human acutenessalso appears in learning these [i.e. the arts] becauseall of us have a certain aptitude. . . . Hence, withgood reason we are compelled to confess that itsbeginning is inborn in human nature. Therefore thisevidence clearly testifies to a universal apprehensionof reason and understanding by nature implanted inmen. Yet so universal is this good that every manought to recognize for himself in it the peculiar grace of God.â€ť We must have a balanced view of predestination so that we do not become legalistic and authoritarian Hyper Calvinists.