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“ Encouraging sermon ”

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“ Correct focus ”

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“ Applicable insights ”
Isaiah 3 offers at first glance good insights relating to our day, and much more when looked through into accurate, reliable Hebrew word study

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“ Relevant points addressed ”
This discussion touches only the surface of a deep and complex problem in the Western church, yet truly specific repentance about wrong perspectives is overdue

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Living In A Godless Society
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Turn ye even to me
Pastor Derrick Morlan
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“ A gospel challenge ”

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I sought for a man
Pastor Derrick Morlan
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“ Challenging message ”

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Reformation Day Sermon
Dr. Sacha Walicord
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“ Good Sermon ”
Good points presented here. Perhaps the reason for the failing of some to live for the glory of God is due to the lack of a true work of grace. Yet, of late, even the genuine have corrupted into empty shells of a church form, which in the end even the world dares to classify as 'non essential' due to having lost our 'salt'. Externally, we have discharged and transfered gladly all works of charity, love, duty and social responsibility to the state who can decide how far our existence should be. Internally, we had played the harlot, adulterating with the world so much that often the average evangelical is no longer capable of discerning right from wrong without prevaricating into disclaimers, rabbit trails, pretexts or the convenient excuse of 'legalism'. But may our present circumstances remind us that "... (his) fan is in his hand, and he will throughly *purge* his floor ..."

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“ Vital discussion and useful conclusions ”
Average Western Evangelicals need to repent for having worshipped the media, - cartons and entertainment included, for the last 70 years. All news channels feed from the same doctored 'authorised' top media source, so there is no escaping the monopoly. There is virtually no autonomous news source. Alternatives do not exist. Be aware also about how news are *selected*. E. G. Evangelical happenings do not make it to the front pages except for scorn. Hence the same range of topics, bias agendas and mantras, are perpetuated by all agencies, which when followed and believed manipulate all. Surely he that holds the monopoly of information controls the masses, a principle known among communists and tyrans. Pastors have lost the actual plot, as instead of advicing on media fasting, they are glued to news bulletins and media platforms more that ever to comply. It is established that any living by the media will eventually die by the media. The adulterous friendship with politics need to be broken, as how can two walk together with different goals? A fallacy. Finally, not any kind of random prayer is needed, but unidirectional prayer, rebuking Satan and pleading for his grip to be losen from this world-wide hour, while he and his powers are put to flee by the Almighty.

Blog1/15/2021 10:43 AM
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Mr. Faulkner,
Regretfully yours is the stand of a 'pope'
here allowing only one sided opinion to be
posted.
Such practice has had ample antecedent in
history: a dangerous position indeed since
Romans 1 stated that some would "suppress
truth in unrighteousness."
Truth can defend itself given freedom of
speech is granted.
"In the multitude of councillors wisdom is
found". No need to Google search this,
plain meaning.

Out of the same mouth may come out blessing
and cursing -one of those contradictions of
fallen nature.
So, it's not as important what Westcott
uttered at times, but what he did not say
but his deeds revealed contrarily. If
making a deeper search one can find
pernicious conflicting issues coming out of
the same mouth.

All the Reformers were former Catholics,
though Erasmus the scholar sat at the
window of opportunity lacking the courage
to stand for the Reformation in spite of
his staunch anti cleric criticism.
Nevertheless, his work as a humanist
Scholar, has been unsurpassed in his intent
to publish the best Greek and Latin texts
of Scripture available, borrowing from the
Italian bible manuscripts instead of the RC
Vulgate when Greek manuscripts were short
to corroborate the Received Text.

Trust these remarks receive a fair
consideration


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“ De mucho interes ”
The preacher runs a parallel from Lamentations 2 into the events experienced by the American church through the last few months.

Sermon1/14/2021 4:53 PM
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The Latin Bible
Dr. Phil Stringer
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“ Lecture of great significance ”
Good facts of much value. Thanks for bringing up to light the importance of the Italian bible against the Vulgate.

Blog1/14/2021 1:43 PM
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There is a difference between KJV onlyism
and individuals concerned about the purity
of God's Word.

The advocates and originators of the ever-
changing critical text underlying modern
versions have often practiced deceit and
usually sacrifice convenience and
pragmatism on the altar of modern
'literacy', which is what they mean with
slogans as 'speak my language' etc

We have the right to declare that the
tampering of God's word with aspirations of
a constant search for the actual words of
God constitute a fallacy which we are not
commanded to entertain.

"try the spirits" is in the whole writ and
does not need a Google search to understand
what it means.

Ephesus was commended for this actual
practice:
"I know thy works ... and how thou can not
bear them which are evil:
and thou hast tried them which say they are
apostles, and are not,
and hast found them liars"

A look into the instigators of the 19th
century fraud of modern versions would
sufice to alert the average believer into
caution:

"... mark them which cause divisions and
offences contrary to the doctrine which ye
have learned; and avoid them."

"... touch not the unclean thing;
and I will receive you"


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The Man In The Clouds
Mr. Stephen Greer
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“ Interesting word study ”
An extensive connotation of the biblical cloud concept

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Overcoming the World in 2021
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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The Whole Matter
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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To make an object one's own confidence is expressed as to put or place trust in that object.
The same concept is included in the biblical term 'believe', which differenciates it from any idea of a mere intellectual knowledge.

With the heart one believes unto salvation.


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Every word of God is pure:
he is a shield unto them that *put their trust* in him.

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For both he that sanctifieth and they who are sanctified are all of one: for which cause he is not ashamed to call them brethren,
Saying, I will declare thy name unto my brethren, in the midst of the church will I sing praise unto thee.
And again, I will *put my trust* in him. And again, Behold I and the children which God hath given me.

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Hebrew 'khä·sä' and Greek 'pa'-tho' are both used for trust, or to rely or place trust in an object, say to confide or flee for assurance or protection.


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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
... If I say a person needs to receive Christ, there is no need to jump to the conclusion that I am implying some man made ability, it is the language of John 1:12 and Colossians 2:6, same goes for trusting Christ.
Thanks for the appropriate challenge here.

Biblically, say taking in the whole of scriptural teaching, 'receive' speaks of personal appropriation of Christ's atoning merit, while 'trust' is the reliance on that merit, and all because of the doings of the Spirit of truth in the individual *revealing* Christ to the soul.
Both terms are simple lingo which represent and/or summarize deep theological concepts.

That such terms have been oversimplified, misused, or mangled in certain lengths of evangelical thought, there is no doubt, but they are also abused by hyper calvinist rationale.

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"the Spirit of truth, which proceeds from the Father, he shall testify of me"

"when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth"

"no man knows who the Son is, but the Father; and who the Father is, but the Son, and he to whom the Son will reveal him."

"it pleased God, who separated me from my mother's womb, and called me by his grace,
To *reveal* his Son in me"


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More sad than this, is that hyperelectionist preaching conveniently centers and continually hammers the hyper doctrinal issues of the glory of God in election and the unmerited 'choice' of man enough to the point of eclipsing most of the 'legalist' (practical) teaching of scripture, or at least there seems to be little time left for it, wildly aware of how, what they mistakenly call 'legalism' will not inherit the kingdom...
One of those aberrations of human nature...
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