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Deliver us from the spirit of Diotrephes! May Christ deliver the Church from the spirit of Diotrephes and raise up many shepherds with the heart of Barnabas. J.C. Ryle said "Our Lord has many weak children in his family, many dull pupils in his school, many raw soldiers in his army, many lame sheep in his flock. Yet he bears with them all, and casts none away. Happy is that Christian who has learned to do likewise with his brethren."
Great Sermon! I really enjoy your sermons thank you
It's nice to know that God uses not man but women too service his will I knew about Ruth reachel and Deborah
God Bless you In the work your doing please keep light in dark
Mother Teresa: Enemy of the Protestant Reformation Mother Teresa (26 August, 1910-5 September, 1997), remained an avowed enemy of the Protestant Reformation throughout the 20th century. Even to this day, she, Mother Teresa, is still hailed as a supposed "saint". The world's uncritical praise of Mother Teresa is a sign that the world sees the Protestant Reformation as a "heresy" in need of being forgotten.
However, the Protestant Reformation has not, and never will be forgotten since it advanced making the Bible known to the common readers, thereby enlightening their understanding and producing wisdom in their hearts.
William Tyndale: Renowned Protestant Reformer William Tyndale (1494-6 October, 1536) was a Godly Protestant Reformer during the 16th century. Although William Tyndale gained renown and notability for translating the Bible into the English language, he pursued lowly service.
We must remember and continue the work of the Protestant Reformation for making Biblical Truth known and believed by the common readers.
A Heartfelt Sermon This was a very straightforward and heartfelt message. Enemies have indeed crept into Christian churches, probably without exception, ...I guess since the early years of mankind. However, there seems to be a wave of wolves in sheep clothing in our time. My heart broke as Dr. Cairns spoke of his Godly jealousy for the church he pastored for so many years. It has been a beacon to the world in its many decades of existence. Like a lighthouse, it has even drawn, and is drawing, saints from parts near and far to be used by God under its leadership and care. My family will continue to pray for the family of believers in that church as we live out our own Spirit-lead journey, asking the LORD for the grace that would edify the believers while silencing the wolves, until that loving grace brings them into the fold. It's been a blessing to listen to one of the great leaders of the FPC these past few weeks, and although, as he said, he is no Paul, he is still a mighty pastor, "jealous" for the flock he once served so well.
Quite a testimony Please tell Jeannie Graham that she has a sister in Christ in the US, with the same last name, who was very moved by her testimony and that I look forward to meeting her in heaven. Praise God for His mercy to her and her father and her son and his girlfriend.
Diotrephes and Church Dictators are Dangerous! “I haven't been in the Lord's work too long, but I've learned this much in the short time that I've been in it: much of the distress and the cause for division in churches has very little to do with doctrine. Sometimes that's the facade that is used to mask, in hypocrisy, personality clashes and problems with other people. Diotrephes and church dictators are dangerous people. Let me say that we should never ever underestimate how a resident dictator can damage a church - do you know why? Because such leadership grieves the Holy Spirit of God. Jesus Christ is the only Head of the church. Col. 1:18 says: 'He is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence'- He is to be Lord in the assembly, no one else!” -from a message preached by David Legge on 3 John
Wonderful!!! I am so thankful for your sermon. So many things preached in this sermon that have been over looked in the Bible for centuries by so many and by myself I am sorry to say. I plead with God in my prayer that the Truth shall be made clear to his people both in the Church and in Israel! Thank you pastor!
Loved this sermon! I've always loved this verse! Wonderful message So important for us to be reminded that our tears are precious to Christ. "Every single tear will sparkle as a jewel in God's eternity." Thanks so much :)
Correction The previous comment below should read: "Pity to observe how the segregation of the future generation to the back halls during the convention meetings undermines the aims this body seeks to carry on". Age segregation belongs to secularism. In God's mind, children are to witness the happenings of redemption along the faith of their parents. Contrary to Pharaoh's intentions, they witnessed the saga to the Red Sea. Also, they stood by their parents while Ezra conducted revival meetings. We do not make ourselves a favour in adapting the world's strategies.
Great Sermon! Thank you Mr Dane, for the beneficial challenge. This was a positive rally in the whole. Pity to observe how the segregation of the future generation to the bank halls during the convention meetings underscores the aims this body seeks to carry on.