Great Sermon! After the last teaching I thought your position on the fall was feasible although not rock solid. With the November 1 teaching the case becomes fairly strong. I also liked what you said about the mountain of God. And the garden. The more I consider it the more likely it seems. Thank you. I wish I lived closer.
SanterĂa: Cocktail of Voodoo and Popery It ought to be noted that SanterĂa is really an idolatrous cocktail of voodoo and popery. As we know, a cocktail is an alcoholic beverage, a chemical compound, mixing other ingredients. In similar manner to a cocktail, SanterĂa is really a tool of Satan since it synchronizes Satanic popery and Satanic voodoo in one package. It is worth noting John 8, especially John 8:44 in response to this lie of Satan called SanterĂa, especially since some of the letters in SanterĂa spell 'Satan'.
Great Sermon! I suppose I have now listened to over 100 of your teachings including the revelation series. You may be the best teacher I have ever heard. You may not care but I just wanted to tell you.
Amazing! Amazing! I was having a problem with the 1000 yrs but expect you to explain it in the next sermon as itâ€™s the only thing that doesnâ€™t seem to fit perfectly. Thank you so much for your hard work.
Rap Music: Rebellious Music It ought to be noted that rap music (also known as hip hop) is really rebellious music. This sermon is very eye opening on the issue on this style of rebellion which is called rap music. It is worth noting the example of Korah's rebellion in Numbers 16:1-50 so that we do not follow the example of rebels who will be eternally tormented in Hell and The Lake of Fire. It is also worth noting The Great White Throne Judgment in Revelation 20:11-15 in response to this sin of rebellion which is called rap music, also called hip hop.
Great Sermon! I had viewed hot and cold as for and against. Either way Luke warm is no a place where we want to be.To whom much is given, much is expected. It would be a fearful thing to be found Luke warm I think.
Great Sermon! Hi pastor,I am the father of Amity Norton and the grandfather of Jimmie Norton. Iâ€™m sure you remember them. Iâ€™ve gotten as far as the 144,000 sermon and find it very informative. Iâ€™m looking forward to the rest of the series. Thank you.
Great Sermon! The only way that the Church should effect Social Justice (including Racial Injustice) in the world is to proclaim true Social Justice (the Gospel) to the world (Luke 4:18) and model it from within (John 13:35). Again, we must model and not participate nor partnership with the world (1 Corinthians 5:7 - 6:11). We (and only we) are the salt and light of the world. If we model it correctly then the world will taste (through our salt) and see (with our light) the LORD is indeed is good and His ways are right. And maybe they will see that the only way to achieve the justice and righteous they crave is to become a member of the Body through faith in Christ Jesus. They should know that the world is batting zero when it comes to Social Justice. Zero! The world offers no real solutions except for enslavement by totalitarian regimes like communist socialist which is a corruption of the Body's koinonia. Koinonia only works in the Body. Must we in the Body recognize people according to the flesh when we are told not to?
Great Sermon! I applaud you and your staff for having a candid conversation about Racism, especially within the Body of Christ. Believe me, I am Black (according to the flesh) and I have heard and participated in many conversations and forums over the years (especially in 2020) concerning Racism and the GREAT news is that every saint agrees that Racism is a sin. That universal agreement within Body pleases the Father. The problem is working it OUT (i.e. casting out the leaven of Racism) of the Body.
We must recognize that Racism is not a new problem within the Body. It is the FIRST problem in the Body that the young Church had to deal with in Acts 6. The solution came from within the Body which eventually led to the Gospel being preached to us Gentiles. This led to what I call the ideal congregation: the Church in Antioch. She had both Gentiles and Jews but an international cast of leadership. What happened? Instead of the Church in Fayetteville or the Church in Asheville we have multiple churches in every community. There would be no widespread Racism if all the churches lay aside their independencies and mostly minor theological differences and become one Body (the Church in Fayetteville). Many local congregations, one Body with a core group of leaders. Ministry of Reconciliation is ours.
Great Sermon! like it or not, the people on the president's religious advisory board are the face of the evangelical movement. If it's misleading to have Paula White speak for evangelicals, it's the responsibilities of the evangelicals to make that clear. Jesus constantly works on cleaning house, his enemies are in the religious circles. I just think there is just no power when Christians speak to the world about morality or anything else while there is scandal after scandal in the church, and spiritual leaders make wild claims day after day. Isn't it a typical case of hypocrisy? I don't have good answers, just think at least we should shift our focus to the within. It's a joke to attempt to make America great again, whatever that means, while the church is collapsing.
I don't blame politicians, they help reveal and clarify a lot of things.
I thank you for addressing this topic, and I hope you don't run into conflicts because of that.
Great Sermon! I just listened to your discussion on â€śBiden the beginning of the apocalypseâ€ť. Absolutely agree. Jesus will not come back I a political party! He is King and there is no other, Amen.
One thing I do disagree with though is when you made the statement of the pale rider of the end time stating, tha we just donâ€™t see that amount of death at this time, â€śweâ€ť must look at the continual genocide that abortion has brought (not to add in the abortifacients) that clearly legalized extraordinary numbers of death. Remember, each â€śhorsemanâ€ť is a judgement, and I donâ€™t picture God wearing a wrist watch. . . Other than that, weâ€™ll done!