An exposition of Psalm 51, applying the confession of sin, repentance, and receiving the benefits of restoration & joy.
I watched many videos of the fatal shooting of Ashli Babbit. She was a leader and primary aggressor as she attempted to break into the chamber’s lobby. As she was climbing through the broken-out window in the door, breaching the threshold, the officer placed his shot. Coupled with her actions, the verbal threats of her
To watch this entire sermon on Psalm 32, click on the link in the description field, or the thumbnail.
Naturally so, this sermon will be hated by the world, but unnaturally it will be disliked by a large number of professing Christians. But I believe it is ‘providentially necessary’ to sound the trumpet. If I fear to preach it, then perhaps I am a hireling, not a shepherd.
Though I evangelize (or preach) daily, I rarely upload evangelism videos anymore (too time consuming). But this brief summarization of the Gospel was done at a very unique location. Hence, this one’s for you. The tract I wrote that I gave them can be read here.
Though this was an exposition of Psalm 29, I compared the Lord of these Scriptures to the unbiblical Jesus seen in the new TV series The Chosen, I also wrote about it here.
Since Christians obey the Great Commission, we are at a higher risk. Hence, here’s a valuable resource for your consideration. After uploading this video, I evangelized the community around our local church.
This exposition is a lesson and an exhortation on the benefits of trusting in God, and putting our confidence in Christ. That the Lord’s people need not fear the corona virus, the political climate, losing our constitution, not even death. And what about that clandestine relocation.
Recently on Facebook, a page called “The Chosen” kept popping up on my newsfeed. I then noticed that a large percentage of my Facebook friends ‘liked’ this page. But when I saw this page was a television series about Jesus, I decided to investigate a little further. According to this first post I saw on
This exposition of the Twenty Sixth Psalm reveals more evidence that Christians are not to be a friend of sinners, or friends with the world, in fact there’s a time to hate evil doers. “And this also was an evidence of his faithfulness to his God, that he never associated with those who he had
I enjoyed some quality time with a brother from Church. He (a sailor himself) navigated us to a place called “The 14 Mile Bank,” which puts us right over some mountainous terrain. We were unsuccessful there, but we later landed three Calico Bass while trolling. We even had both bait clickers going at the same
Disclaimer” When I stated “I am so against our Government.” I meant to say I am against our government’s tyranny, or when they go against our Constitution, or His Church. Therefore, I am not anti-government. This video includes two Catechism questions (with commentary), and then an exposition of the Twenty-fourth Psalm.