Great Sermon! Just what I needed tonight. I was truly lifted up. This sermon was so beautiful. At the very end of the sermon, music was played. I could hum right along with it because long ago, this was a very well-liked hymn, sung very often. Music has changed, something called CCM (Contemporary Christian Music) which I very strongly dislike. So with the very beautiful sermon, and the sweet soul stirring hymn, it was a joy that I was blessed to hear. Tears welled up in my eyes. Thank you Brother Cairns. You never disappoint me—never. God’s sweet blessings to you.
Perfection This is so much easier to see after being free of the ridiculous notion of neo-Darwinism. The parts of the cell (which itself is a miracle) cannot see the perfect, intricate function. The cells cannot see the intricate function of the organ (each of which is its own insanely complex miracle). The organs.. the body. The body.. the whole human. The human.. humanity. It is all good in the end and in the whole for those who love that which is above. An AMAZINGLY intricate complex symphony of justice and mercy and love.. is this universe in its glorious adventure acorss redemptive history, all orchestrated by the Master, perfection unti eternity. We can’t see it. The best of us can glimpse it. So He told us.
Respect due where respect belongs Casual approach goes along with the lack of absolutes of the take-it-or-leave-it predominant philosophy of our day.
Self made men make their rules or the lack of them to free marred consciences from accountability.