Focussed and edifying sermon Thank you for presenting the benefits of the law of God, not as a restrictive or cumbersome bondage, but as an element of liberty protecting and delivering us from the consequences of bad decisions and the pitfalls of pernicious choices when submitting to it. Surely, "the commandment is a lamp; and the law is light" defining right from wrong for our walk. Along with Psalm 1 were we are assured how the law of God delights the righteous, the redeemed with Paul, David and Christ himself can say, "I delight in the law of God", "I delight to do thy will, O my God, thy law is within my heart."
Great Sermon! I enjoyed this talk from a very clear speaker. We need to guard carefully what we say, especially when it comes to casting doubt on The Word of God. Satan asks Did God really say and we similarly cast doubt on The Bible if we say that things or renderings are wrong and this is a stumbling block to others. The AV is a literal translation free from the influence of the corrupt critical texts. Every word of God is pure . . . Add thou not unto his words, lest he reprove thee, and thou be found a liar. (Proverbs 30:5-6) - let us not change them or their meaning.
Useful Bible survey If only pastors and churches would exercise a teaching ministry such as this in their settings, the so-called ‚ÄėBible Colleges‚Äô would become obsolete. This might prove the way ahead for the remnant to equip their next generation of preachers.
Helpful exposition The eschatology approach undertaken brings out the meaning of the actual passages from the Word itself. This sermon and the other two following complement each. Very much appreciated