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The Lord’s ‘power and glory’ shined throughout this glorious morning. Before I even started preaching (while distributing tracts), a lady asked me to pray for her (seen in upper left video). Then once I finished preaching, one lady sitting in line exhorts me to preach some more. Then another lady approached me encouraging me to
The photographs and video footage used in this video, are from my own personal files. In this expository teaching I go over (including but not limited to) 1. DAVID’S TRIALS (AND OURS) A. The Multiplicity of His Foes (vs 1) B. The Malignity of His Foes (vs 2) 2. DAVID’S TRUST (AND OURS) A. His
In this passage we teach, learn, or reaffirm (including but not limited to), about the driven, the doomed, and the damned (they are contrary to verses 1-3). We also learn more about Gods judgment, hell, and His wrath. We learn about the incidents of false converts in our congregations, and the ‘unbiblical soteriologies,’ that create
I just got back from spending an amazing seven days in Tennessee. My primary reason for going, was to attend Reforming America Ministries third annual two-day Reformation Preaching Conference, which was hosted at Calvary Bible Church in Joelton. I traveled afar to sit, lean, listen, and learn under a collective team of extraordinary polished sophisticated
Prayers and private conversations were removed. Music ‘Praise God from whom all blessings flow,’ by Hymns.
This brought tears to my eyes. I am so thankful that the Lord granted me repentance. When He saved me, I was radically saved, and radically changed, by a radical God.
As it says in Jude, Christians are to “contend for the faith.” But it seems there’s an increasing need to ‘contend for soberness’ and sanctification amongst the brethren. I was told by a Pastor (who is a user, and ‘proponent’ of alcohol consumption), that he looks forward to, and “can’t wait” to literally drink “fine
Though all sin is evil, and all sin brings forth death and damnation, the Scriptures do speak specifically on sexual immorality. Sadly I know an increasing percentage of ‘professing’ (alleged) Christians that have succumbed to Satan, by not only tolerating sexual immorality. Furthermore they have accepted it, acquiesced to it, congratulated it, and even celebrated
The great Dr. J.I. Packer on ‘repentance.’ I suspect that ‘repentance’ is preached more in the streets by open-air preachers, than inside churches by pastors.
Today while preaching I experienced quite a contrast between two people in the same line. The prideful man on the far left scoffed and laughed at the preaching of the Gospel. After I rebuked him, I later handed him a tract; but he threw it on the ground. When I attempted to pick the tract
During this outreach, I preached from Acts 17:30. When preaching the glorious Gospel to people, the Gospel brings more judgment upon them. That’s because they can no longer claim “ignorance” (i.e. I didn’t know). God did not overlook these people, in this line (or in any other line or crowd), and they were instructed. When