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Sermon11/13/14 3:21 PM
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Pastor Sean ur so right!!!! We're so quick to Judge or question someone's salvation. If we stayed in the Bible and lined ourselves up with the words and promises within it we'd be so suprised how different we'd see ourselves muchless others. Staying faithful and exposed to Old Time Preaching and actually applying it to our lives is the key. God will do the rest. I personally just got right with God back in Sept. and hitting local revivals and being at my own church everytime the doors is open is keeping me on fire. I've deleted Facebook and become addicted to sermon audio during the week. I love what y'all are doing on here pastor sean and look forward to the future topics and all the past sermons I'm currently looking up. Thanks

Sermon11/5/14 2:03 PM
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If any of u get the chance listen to at sermon called " The Gap in Mark Five" preached by, James Knox. The parallels of this chapter in mark, us today and, the history of Isreal will blow ur mind. Never seen it presented the way he does and it's amazing the many other times in the bible this happens. I really enjoyed the comparisons in both of these messages. Thanks

News Item10/21/14 8:14 PM
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Titus 3:3-9 KJV
[3] For we ourselves also were sometimes foolish, disobedient, deceived, serving divers lusts and pleasures, living in malice and envy, hateful, and hating one another. [4] But after that the kindness and love of God our Saviour toward man appeared, [5] Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to his mercy he saved us, by the washing of regeneration, and renewing of the Holy Ghost; [6] Which he shed on us abundantly through Jesus Christ our Saviour; [7] That being justified by his grace, we should be made heirs according to the hope of eternal life. [8] This is a faithful saying, and these things I will that thou affirm constantly, that they which have believed in God might be careful to maintain good works. These things are good and profitable unto men. [9] But avoid foolish questions, and genealogies, and contentions, and strivings about the law; for they are unprofitable and vain. …

Sermon9/26/14 12:39 PM
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You are a man of good insight may god grant you wisdom

News Item9/20/14 5:02 PM
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Troll Spotter...4
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Carry on.

Sermon6/24/14 10:36 PM
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The Babel Conspiracy
Mike Hoggard
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Dunno why this sermon has the most views, it's certainly epic, but so are many many more of his teachings. It doesn't get any better than this folks, I like many here have looked far and wide and that's how we found the Hogg man!

Sermon4/29/14 6:46 PM
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Forgiveness
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This truly touched me.

News Item6/11/13 4:25 PM
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Frank wrote:
We have Abraham’s faith and his works being noted. James is comparing what Abraham did and what Rahab did to saving or genuine faith. He is clearly saying that if our faith does not produce works when it is called upon to do so, then that faith is dead and is not saving faith. But if we look at this a little closer it becomes clear that he is not saying that works produces faith, but simply that works demonstrates that we have faith. Remember I am not saying that saving faith won’t produce works. What I am maintaining is that the works cannot produce faith, but simply documents that our faith indeed gave us a new heart that desires to serve Christ. Notice how he says “show me your faith” and then says his faith will be shown by works. The issue he is bringing up is clearly not works, but what constitutes saving faith. We could easily in different jargon say something like, “if you love me, then you will do such and such”. This is not the same as saying “if you do such and such, then you love me”.
My personal desire is to live a holy and blameless life in this lost and fallen world!
See Pilgrim, you have had a positive effect on me.
Fine. Works do not produce faith. Right. They go together. Synonymous. Yep.

News Item6/11/13 4:13 PM
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John UK wrote:
More delaying tactics!
Of course, you dare not come out with what you regard as the gospel, because it would reveal you as a heretic. You accuse others, just like the "accuser of the brethren", and have NO concern - ZILCH - for their eternal condition.
Now maybe you'd like to apologise before we carry on.
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Actually it's you who are being disrespectful. I can only reply to one question at a time. SermonAudio does not allow consecutive replies. I attempted to reply to you immediately but I was refused. You have to wait for someone to reply to you before you can reply again.

As for the gospel. You believe. You repent and forsake your sins through a season of godly sorrow, seeking God's forgiveness, being born again. You take up your cross and follow Christ. You walk after the spirit and not the flesh. The old man is crucified with its passions and desires.


News Item6/11/13 3:46 PM
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He is all yours Pilgrim. It would appear that he doesn't believe that we are completely and finally justified by our Substitute. Christ is my righteousness and His righteousness was imputed to me. Sounds a little like the holiness movement or another works based salvation theology?
But wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith without works is dead? (James 2:20)
Yea, a man say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works (James 2:18).

You prove my point. Holiness? Works? These seem like unclean words to you. Like the Pharisees you think you are justified in your sins. You are going to find out the hard way that this is not the case. Abraham's faith was imputed to him as righteousness, because he produced the fruit required, which is righteousness, obedience, holiness etc.
The false gospel negates this. Thus have ye made the commandment of God of no effect by your tradition (Matt 15:6).


News Item6/11/13 3:19 PM
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John UK wrote:
Hey, fellow Pilgrim.
I'm not so sure. After all, the Bible says that "all have sinned" and "the whole world is guilty before God", so I can only imagine Lee thinks a baby remains sinless for a very short time before it sins and is guilty, needing a Saviour. If that is the case, the gospel for those of age cannot be any different because of a different view of original sin, because the facts speak for themselves. It is only a sinner who needs the gospel.
What sayest thou, Lee? What is thy gospel for sinners?
Because all sinned. The fact is Augustine developed his ideas from gnostic teaching and the Manichean cult to which he was affiliated, and a faulty translation of the Bible (Jerome). At Romans 5:12, Jerome's translation reads "In whom all sinned", not "because all sinned." A sinner needs the real gospel, not a counterfeit. The real gospel purges you of your sins, not merely covers them. The false gospel leaves you in yours sins, the real gospel brings you out of yours sins. Simple as that.

News Item6/11/13 2:50 PM
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Frank wrote:
Hey Pilgrim! I think Lee finally clarified his earlier comment when he said we don't inherit a sin nature. Clearly anyone who professes this, will have a different gospel than you and I regardless of how he tries to spin it.
Absolutely right. Your gospel and mine is different. Yours is the gospel according to Augustine. Augustine's gospel was not the gospel of the early Church and is certainly not the gospel of the Bible, regardless how you spin it. The religious establishment think they have it right, as ever, just like the Pharisees of old.

News Item6/11/13 2:28 PM
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Michael Hranek wrote:
Lee
Interesting but are you really sure about this?
In sin my mother conceived me, is kind of born out in the reality parents know babies are born with a sinful nature and we don't have to teach our children to sin, to act selfishly, to be unthankful, to lie, to steal (like from another child), to disobey their parents, etc., do we.
I am sure there is a whole lot more to this area of discussion but for now OOS
Psalm 51 does not prove Original Sin. The language is figurative. Will David really be purged with hyssop, will his bones really rejoice? In any case his mother is the subject of the clause. His mother was the sinner, not David himself unborn.
Not all Children act selfishly, some are as meek as a lamb. You are describing simply variations in human temperament. This is not an inherited sin nature.

News Item6/11/13 1:25 PM
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When you boil it all down there's not a lot of difference really. That's why they both get along. They're both in error. Both founded on the Original Sin heresy introduced by Augustine in the 4th Century. Prior to then nobody taught man was born in sin or that he somehow inherited a sin nature from Adam. Babies are born innocent (Deut 1:39, John 1:9, Matt 18:3; 19,14). The Bible is clear: sin conceives not at birth but when man corrupts himself by his own choice (James 1:14,15). Neither can sin be inherited (Ezek 18:20) Upon the false doctrine of Original Sin is constructed an entire system of error that has all but destroyed the gospel message and its capacity to redeem man from the corrupting influence of sin. If you doubt what I am saying study the early Church Fathers who were tutored by the disciples themselves.

News Item5/27/13 12:48 PM
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The pro-gay authors found that orientation only was stable year after year among heterosexuals. Why? Simple. Because, if you read the book of Jude, these are the ones that had "not left their first estate" which is the natural default position of everybody. Once you leave your first estate you're like a car that is out of control and there's no telling where you'll end up. Unless you repent.

Blog4/4/10 6:31 PM
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I've been confined to a wheelchair since 1978 and had a stroke in 2008. Unable to attend services in a church. Thank God for Cleveland Baptist Church. Its like what I grew up win in C. Their ministry has reached a 60 year old guy in NJ.

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Sex Perverts? I hate it how many people are willing to call gay's perverts etc... though would you say the same about a straight unmartial sexual relationship?

We need to be a lot more sensitive and loving about the way we speak about homosexuality. We've elevated it to a position of being worse than other sins like lying and adultery.

Do I think homosexuality is a sin? Yes. But frankly the way some evangelicals speak about homosexuals is criminal.


News Item8/19/09 9:56 PM
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Obviously it was a case of the woman infringed upon his pride by getting out of the car and asking for the tape, and by answering back.

So he decided he was going to basically abuse his authority and show that woman he's not about to be challenged by her.

Definitely a power thing.

No man in his right mind would of seen the woman asking for the video tape as a hazard or someone about to do a criminal offense.


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Tithing?

www.wickedshepherds.com/tithingthegreatchristiandeception.html


Sermon11/10/08 5:41 PM
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Why 3 Hours of Darkness at Calvary
Rev. Gary Goodes
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Great explanation of the cross which addressed one of the often overlooked details of the cross. When Christ took the wrath of almighty God in our place in the hours of darkness. Praise God !
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