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Matt,

Thank you for uploading the sermon by Lester Roloff, ""The Mule Walked On." Or, as a secondary title that brother Roloff says, "The Mule of Sin."

The message on discipleship by brother Rofoff should be heard by all of the brethren on OnLineBaptist.

The message by brother Roloff explains why there is a dearth of power in Christian homes today and in the pulpit of many churches.

Among many of the great spiritual truths that Lester Roloff stated I think that his last thought is pertinent to all of us. "We are living in the day where everything rules the home but the husband and the Lord."

Again, thanks.

Alan

 

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This sermon takes me back many years, to when Bro. Roloff was a guest in our home so often he had his own room.  Wonderful man with a great sense of humor.  If you find "Dr. Law and Dr. Grace", its worth listening to as well. 

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2 hours ago, The Kitchen Help said:

This sermon takes me back many years, to when Bro. Roloff was a guest in our home so often he had his own room.  Wonderful man with a great sense of humor.  If you find "Dr. Law and Dr. Grace", its worth listening to as well. 

The Lord blessed you. Bro. Roloff was a man of God. It would be an honour to have hosted Bro. Roloff in one's home as a guest.

I listened to Roloff's, "Dr. Law and Dr. Grace," many years ago and enjoyed it immensely.

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When I was a teen, and he came to town, I often got drafted as a pianist for meetings-and following him when he was singing was just about impossible lol!  To this day, I can't sing or play "Come and Dine" at church without hearing his rendition of it in my head.  He was the real deal.  And he seemed to always travel with a huge cooler of what we would now call organic health food- he was way before the health food movement!  

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On 7/18/2018 at 10:00 AM, DaveW said:

Hey Brother, 

The other clubs have a "Join Club" button under them, but this one doesn't for me?

 

That's because its a public club so no need to join.

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29 minutes ago, BroMatt said:

That's because its a public club so no need to join.

Ok cool - but this dumb bloke can't see how to post a new video, only how to comment on yours.

Can you give us a quick tutorial? 😊

This is all new to me so I am obviously missing something. 🙄😂

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Just go to the main club page and click the add a sermon button. Just paste the YouTube video and it will automatically embed.

 

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Is it somewhere on this page?

I have a couple of youth meeting sessions from Kenny Baldwin that I was given a few years ago - good preaching those ones.

 

Sorry to be painful about this, but maybe you can delete these posts when you eventually get it into my thick skull how this works….😁

 

 

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