Great, relevant, poignant, and interesting Thank you
Convicting and encouraging Excellent word from God's Word. Wish I could have heard the peroration, when he stepped away from the mike!
Mark of Apostasy Leads to Tyranny The failure and lack of any fear of God or regard for the Lord's Day as holy are clear marks that modern Christianity is not only lukewarm Laodiceanism but entirely apostate. Even most grandparents would be astonished at the casual regard for it. This also includes the lack of distinction between a real Christian or church and the world. Have not the Candlesticks of America's churches effectually been 'removed' and no longer shed any distinguishing light in the dark land of a licentious liberty?
But the second consequence is that an anti-Christian but accepted Tyranny has been erected. For while the government and corporations in law pretend to protect "equal rights" on employment, including "religion", the fact is clear that most all employers require availability for work on Sundays and will openly discriminate and not hire those who refuse! DEFEND YOUR LEGAL AND CHRISTIAN RIGHT TO NOT WORK ON THE LORD'S DAY WHICH THE GOVERNMENT AND ALL CORPORATIONS MUST RESPECT (as they do for others, such as Jews and their holidays, who force even Congress to dismiss). Will those of a pretended "sexual orientation" have protected "rights" while Christians have none and forfeit their Christian liberty?
Apostasy is the road to tyranny, and it's here.
Florin Motiu (5/31/2008)
from Oradea, Romania
Great challenge for us. Challenging, sobering message! The love for the Lord's Day measures our love for the Lord! It was true for McCheyne. Lord, I need You to increase my love for You!
Alyssa Faith (6/10/2007)
truly inspiring I have never heard a sermon like this before. The title attracted me because I love Robert McCheyne, and it was well worth the listen. After battling against Seventh Day Adventist theology on the mission field, I think we were starting to "fall off the other side of the horse" This was informative, thought-provoking and powerful and really appealed to my heart.