The power of instruction and distinctiveness Seldom one hears preachers having the courage to preach about the Rechabites in this light. The considerations given, convict parentâ€™s neglect when preserving a seed for God.
Being our days, days of conformity to worldly standards, carelessness and compromise, we are afraid to pursue distinctiveness within our families, and the young growing up in the church. Yet, there is a positive outcome for those daring to take time, and exercise active authority within their households. The results come described in Isaiah 61:9, â€˜And their seed shall be known among the Gentiles, and their offspring among the people: all that see them shall acknowledge them, that they are the seed which the LORD hath blessed.â€™ Very relevant. Thanks
Jon Cardwell (3/21/2010)
from Anniston, Alabama
Awesome and Needed Message! That was an excellent and convicting message for many of us, Brother Don; things I could have done, and could still do better, by God's grace. It was also a tremendous blessing and privilege to meet you. May the Lord continue to bless you in your service to Christ and your witness for Him!
Frank Rollberg (3/19/2010)
Great Sermon! That message Blessed me Brother Don.
Don Currin - Don has a balanced ministry challenging believers with solid Biblical preaching while reaching out to the lost. He has conducted hundreds of evangelistic and revival meetings, men's retreats, camp ministries, and sponsoring life-issues related conferences. He is...