Memory Failures Dear Diane,
Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
Because I donâ€™t read my notes when I preach, sometimes I slip up with ages and dates. When I catch that I try to correct the mistake.
Thatâ€™s what I am doing now.
God bless you,
Great Sermon! It is good to hear a preacher not try to explain this away as so many do in our day. Especially us in the Reformed camp. My only two objections to what Bro Bob says is in regard to Sarahâ€™s age. She was not 88 or 89. Chapter 17 tells us in verse 17 Sarah was 90 years old. Letâ€™s not change what God has said. Also, when Jesus said â€śthey are like the angelsâ€ť he went on to clarify with the words â€śin heavenâ€ť. Those angelic beings who did not leave their first estate.
Good Information! Thanks for the additional information, Bro. Bob.
Jennifer Mason (8/9/2017)
Great Sermon! Thank you for this insightful message. I'd begun looking into these passages because of our Lord mentioning in Matthew 24:37-39, Luke 17:26-27; As in the days of Noah,I began to ponder, what were they specifically doing in the days of Noah? Lord, were You making reference to all that went on? Are we to literally expect the same things which occurred then could happen again?
As God led me to study certain passages which pertain to the subject matter, I found Jesus does not have to mince His words, He speaks with authority and truth, I believe Jesus is warning us, history will repeat herself.
from New Jersey
Great Sermon! Thank you for these excellent messages!
Pastor Vincent is not afraid to "tell it like it is"...!
After serving Grace Presbyterian Church in Alexandria, Louisiana, Bob was honorably retired on Sunday, September 27, 2015, and given the title "Pastor Emeritus." This was forty years to the day after he became their pastor.
He now works for the Presbytery of the Gulf South as...