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Alan

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  1. UNASHAMED: Romans 1:16-17

    I thought that the content of the message, the scripture references, the doctrine within the message that you presented, were all fine. Unless I missed something, I could not find any errors. All in all, it was a fine message on Romans 1:16-17. Your comments on Habakkuk 2:4 were real good. The way you presented the doctrine of repentance was noteworthy. I especially appreciated how you mentioned that, after his conversion experience, Paul had, "... the fruit of repentance..." 

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  2. Bro. Jim,

    Yes, this is me. I guess now everyone will know what I look like. I normally have not, since this time, put any videos of myself up on Online Baptist due to a couple of reasons. Due to the seriousness of some of the doctrinal problems within independent Baptist churches I decided to put up this sermon of myself instead of a written sermon.

    This in one of the English prophecy messages that I did at our church, Victory Baptist Church, in Hua Lien, Taiwan awhile back. We have an American English teacher visiting our Chinese work on Taiwan that was being influenced by Pastor Steven Anderson and he wanted to honestly know what is going on as he was confused. So, I did a series of Prophecy studies, in English, on the side. The series of messages helped my friend here on Taiwan as he studied the verses that I mentioned.

    Hope it is a blessing. If there are any questions on what I said, why I said it, or if you agree, I am open for questions or discussions.

    Alan

  3. Yes, in spite of his environment, and his parents, and his conversations with God, Cain went bad and chose evil.

    A fruit tree without fruit is not much value. Jude 11-16

    You are correct, a lot of people, saints included, do not want the punishment that they deserve. Folks try and justify the sins in their life, or, try and minimize their sins with no true repentance, in order to get rid of punishment.

    Cain is a warning to the saints and to the sinners.

    I appreciate your quote from 1John 3:10-12 and how God tried to inform Cain that he should love his brother Abel instead of hating Abel. Excellent ending. Thanks!

  4. Thoughts On Psalms 119 ALEPH

    King David, from a child, realized that the testimonies, the statutes, the commandments,  the law of God, the judgments of God, the word of God as written and as spoken by the prophets, were good and just. Therefore, King David delighted, from a child, in the word of God more than he did in riches and the things of this life.

    It seems to me that we need to meditate, to love, to delight, and to follow the scriptures with all of our heart.

     

  5. Fruit in the Life of Joseph

    Thank you Jim. I appreciate your thoughts. It was a blessing in my heart already in preparing the devotion.

    In this particular passage, as Joseph thought about the toils and afflictions that he went through, he naturally believed that it was God who brought about the fruit in his life. Joseph, as was Christ, among the other fruits of the Spirit previous mentioned, had inward peace, longsuffering, and temperance in their lives. 

    Now, God, through prosperity, and then through adversity, is going to mightily use Joseph in the lives of not only the nation of Egypt, but in the lives of his own household. The fruits of Joseph, as the fruits of Christ, will be far-reaching in every aspect of the word.

  6. Thank you for the fine message on Romans 1:16 & 17 concerning the gospel of Christ; true belief in Christ, repentance, humbleness in the sight of God, and salvation in the work of Christ, and His righteousness, alone.

    Thank you also for your four thoughts in soul-winning efforts, your love for soul-winning, and bringing out the fruits of repentance. Keep up your soul-winning preaching and efforts. "In the morning sow thy seed, and in the evening withhold not thine hand: for thou knowest not whether shall prosper, either this or that, or whether they both shall be alike good." Ecclesiastes 11:6

  7. Thank you for your kind words. "As the fining pot for silver, and the furnace for gold; so is a man to his praise." Proverbs 27:21

    7 hours ago, Jim_Alaska said:

    Jesus has been forsaken of his own, sold out and abandoned and yet has been appointed by God as the savior of not only his own, but also of all who will come to him for council in faith. 

    Thank you also for this wonderful statement. I am sure it will be a blessing to all.

  8. Joseph and his Jewish Dreams

    Brethren,

    I would like to add this note on the interpretation of the two dreams of Joseph  in Genesis 37:5-11. 

    Alan

    The Unbelief of the Dreams of Joseph by Pastor Steven Anderson

    Pastor Steven Anderson does not believe that two dreams of Joseph is fulfilled in the proper interpretation of the symbolism in Revelation 12:1-6. Pastor Anderson states, “So because of that dream that Joseph had, people will often look at Revelation chapter 12, and they see a woman clothed with the sun, the moon under her feet and upon her head a crown of stars and they connect that with Genesis 37:10-11, and they say this is the nation of Israel being referred to. And it's not a bad theory, I mean I can see where they're coming from, there is some support for it, but honestly, I do not believe it for one second.”1

    Pastor Anderson is mistaken and is in serious error. Anderson rejects the words of the prophet Joseph. Revelation 12:1 is clearly the fulfillment of the two dreams of Joseph in Genesis 37:5-9. Like the brothers of Joseph, Anderson rejects the dreams of Joseph.

    1Anderson, Steven, Revelation Chapter 12, Copied on May 13, 2019, <http://www.faithfulwordbaptist.org/revelation_12.html>

     

  9. Jim,

    I am glad to hear that the devotion was a blessing to you. As with many other saints, the life, the character, and the moving incidents in the life of Joseph, are an inspiration. 

    Throughout the life of Joseph, we can see God moving His hand in the life of Joseph to use him for the deliverance of the Jewish race, the deliverance of the Egyptians, and we can see the character of Christ.

    Truly, Romans 8:28 is evident in Joseph's life, "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose."  As Joseph loved God, so should we.

    Alan

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