Great Sermon! So many men/women profess to know more than GOD. Why do I say profess. When they cross the line speaking for GOD, and adding to their agenda, the gospel. Have they not read where it is written in Revelation where a warning is added:Anyone who adds or takes away any part of the gospel written within..... But, again, people cannot be politically correct and still be serving the living GOD. You cannot serve and behave like the world, and profess to serve GOD. It is not lining up to the word of GOD. If the actions line up with GOD's WORD, then it is not what we as believers do this.
Jesus E. Diaz (5/19/2010)
from Rhode Island
Great Sermon! I truly thank God for this zeal in the heart of John MacArthur.I pray that many others may start realizing that the church was established not by chance,but by design.The purpose of a design is to establish a pattern,and when men altered the desing,they established another pattern to model a new fashion.This fashion it's simply called "apostasy"...
from Washington State
Great Sermon! Just what I wanted to hear, after seeing and hearing about Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, WA. They don't come any more sleazy and less sanctified, all in the name of relevancy to the culture. They are growing like crazy and I don't think people really realize how ugly it is.
Recommended I got a lot out of the discussion about Song of Solomon. Overall, this is good treatment of sex talk and vulgar language in the pulpit. We should stop striving to be so culturally relevant and focus on the timeless truth of the gospel.
Widely known for his thorough, candid approach to teaching God’s Word, John MacArthur is a fifth-generation pastor, a popular author and conference speaker, and has served as pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California since 1969. John and his wife,...