Excellent This sermon abounds in wholesome, practical and humbling perceptions.
It is interesting to observe how the sins of people in positions of responsibility in the congregation needed a more 'stern' mode of atonement, showing the greater implications/consequences of the leader's sins. Worth pondering how this may relate to the church about in our day!
It is significant also how this offering implies the identification with Christ outside the camp by the call to a life separated unto him as inferred in Heb. 13:11-15
The teaching comes in the frame of a passionate, instructive, earnest, strengthening, and diligent ministry. Much blessing received.
Born in Scotland and raised in Northern Ireland, Rev. Armen Thomassian was dramatically and quite suddenly lifted from atheism to saving faith in Jesus Christ in May 2002 at the age of 19. He quickly got involved in his home congregation, Ballymoney Free Presbyterian Church, and...