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  1. Chase Tallent

    Steven Anderson

    At some point the church has got to start calling a spade a spade or in this case a heretic a heretic. So sick of this anything goes Christianity. I have heard folks (not on here) defend people that have gone full blown apostate and say that they believe they are saved but confused. What about the part in the bible that says if we deny Him, He will deny us. Just because Anderson sprinkles in some truth along with his heresy doesn't make him any less of a heretic. Anderson isn't confused he knows exactly what he is doing. BTW if he loves the bible as much as he claims he would step away fr
    5 points
  2. No. Yes. However, I would contend that there is a difference between the DEFINITION of repentance itself, and the resulting FRUIT of repentance in an individual's behavior. Prayerfully the following will help to provide understanding -- 1. According to James 1:14, temptation to sin occurs when an individual is (1) "drawn away" from fellowship with the Lord "of his own lust" (of his own fleshly desires for the pleasures of sin), and (2) "enticed" to engage in "the pleasures of sin" (see Hebrews 11:25). (Note: Every believer on earth still retains his or her sinful "flesh,"
    2 points
  3. This is my first sermon and would like some feedback. I am looking for feedback on the content of the sermon i.e. were there any error's in my teaching, doctrinal issues, etc. I am more concerned with preaching truth than how I look and sound. My pastor was pleased with the content and so was my grandfather who has been an independent baptist pastor for 50 years. I take them at their word but I would like feedback from other folks. https://youtu.be/X_ygaJ-Mf8E?t=2441
    2 points
  4. Chase Tallent

    Cousin

    I have a cousin that is lost and is a drug addict. He is facing serious time in prison as well. Pray for his salvation because that is his only hope. Thank ya'll!
    1 point
  5. Repentance is not a work, so...no. Repentance is a change of heart which produces a change of life. Repentance is of the heart, it is a seed, and that seed produces the fruit of a changed life-the change, the work, is the RESULT of the repentance, but it isn't the repentance, itself.
    1 point
  6. Chase Tallent

    UNASHAMED: Romans 1:16-17

    Bro. @John Young, Thank you for your advice as well it is much appreciated. I was nervous taking the pulpit for the first time and knew my delivery and presentation would be lacking. That wasn't my intention but as nervous as I was it wasn't surprising. One thing I struggled with was making a outline clearly defining each point so I just went through the passage of Scripture. I will focus on getting the hearer from thinking "that's some nice information", to thinking, "I need to do that". That was some very good advice, thanks brother!
    1 point
  7. Chase Tallent

    UNASHAMED: Romans 1:16-17

    Bro. @Alan, Thank you for your input and teaching me how to upload my sermons. God bless!
    1 point
  8. PastorMatt

    Steven Anderson

    You said it so much better than I ever could. Thank you
    1 point
  9. Got this one from a book titled "The Exceptional Man: Bold, Balanced, Biblical" that I am currently reading that Bro. Stacey Shiflett wrote. Great book so far by the way, I highly recommend it.
    1 point
  10. Same here. We try to support our community as well. Our landlord and next door neighbor for our church has his own print shop. That comes in handy.
    1 point
  11. Aww...man...here we go! Konstatin, this whole thing about Jesus’s soul needing to suffer for our salvation sounds an awfully lot like the “Jesus died spiritually” teaching I encountered when I was in the Word Of Faith/Charismatic movement back in the ‘80s and very early ‘90s. This teaching is really what started to convince me that I was in the wrong place. Through a series of events, the Lord removed me from it. A lot of it derives from the teachings of E.W. Kenyon. Fundamentally, the teaching misunderstands the atonement. I’ll go out on a limb and say that understanding the Per
    1 point
  12. If a sodomite wins the Presidency were are still to pray for him/her. I believe Nero was in charge of Rome when Paul actually called him a minister of God (Romans 13) and Nero was about as wicked as they come. This doesn't mean we support everything they say. John the Baptist did point out Herod's sin but remember how it turned out for him.
    1 point
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