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Archive for Political Correctness – Page 2

Should We Still Preach Fire and Brimstone – Sermon – December 05 2010

Should We Still Preach Fire and Brimstone ? – Sermon – December 05 2010

After reading Matthew 3: 1-10, do you think after learning about the purpose John the Baptist served announcing Christ’s coming, do you think we still need fire and brimstone preaching like this in church?  Do we still need to hear about the wrath of God, His righteous anger, His vengeance, His destructive power? Or is this a thing of the past?  Do we simply need messages only about love, joy, peace, hope and such things?   Do we need to keep God’s wrath and vengeance clearly on the radar scope of our faith?  Why do you think preachers, rarely preach like John anymore?  Is God any different in the New Testament, from how he was in the Old Testament, aside from Jesus Christ?  Why do the Seeker Sensitive churchs of today avoid preaching about God’s wrath?

Listen for these questions and answers about “Should We Still Preach Fire and Brimstone ?”, in the 1-part MP3 Audio Sermon below.

Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:

Psalm 7: 1-2, 9-17,   Isaiah 26: 20-27:6,  1 Thessalonians 1: 2-10,  Luke 13: 1-9,

Keywords: Heaven and Hell, damnation, judgement day, wrath of God,  the Law and the Gospel,  seeker sensitive churches,

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MP3 Player - Should We Still Preach Fire and Brimstone ? - Sermon - December 05 2010

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In The World But Not of The World – Sermon – September 04 2011

In The World But Not of The World – Sermon – September 04 2011

In this new sermon series, Living as a Christian In A Sinful World, what does it mean when we say Christians are to be in the world but of of the world?  Are Christians really different from other people on this earth?  How different are we?  Should we look different from the world?   What does God say, teach, and instruct us on these matters – on being in the world but not of the world?  First we need to look at Jesus, what was He like?  And what did He say when He was on earth, some 2000 years ago?  In order to be saved, Jesus says to be his own, we must also be from above, to be a citizen, so do we need a Passport?

Listen for these questions and answers about “In The World But Not of The World”, below in the 1-part MP3 Audio Sermon below.

Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:

Psalm 17,  1 Kings 19: 9-15, 18,  1 Corinthians 5: 6-13,  John 15: 18-27

Keywords: what passport do we need to get into Heaven? ,  born from above, born again, a citizen from above, Erica Corder in 2006 high school valedictorian speech was denied her diploma for mentioning Christ,  Demas, a friend of Paul, and what happened to him is Demas fell in love with this present world and deserted  or lost his Salvation, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, John Newton author of Amazing Grace, John Bunyan who wrote Pilgrims Progress, a better country, a heavenly country

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MP3 Player - In The World But Not of The World - Sermon - September 04 2011

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I Am Not Ashamed – Jesus, The Only Way – Sermon – October 02 2011

I Am Not Ashamed – Jesus, The Only Way – Sermon – October 02 2011

Why are there so many scripture quotes, that speak about not being ashamed of the Gospel?  (like Romans 1: 16, or 2 Timothy 1: 8)   Why is there so much pressure on us from the world, to be ashamed of the Gospel, and believing it?   Why should we speak the Gospel boldly?  Why do we Christians feel the temptation to be ashamed?   Where does this shame come from?  Why should we say Jesus is the only way to Salvation and Everlasting Life?  Why have so many Celebrities denied Christ as the only Path to Salvation such as  Oprah Winfrey when she was live on her show, and Billy Graham on the Robert Schuller show on May 31, 1997?   Why have these celebrities been ashamed to admit Christ is the only path, and that Wrath and Damnation will come to those who do not accept Jesus Christ?

Listen for these questions and answers about “I Am Not Ashamed – Jesus, The Only Way”, below in the 1-part MP3 Audio Sermon below.

Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:

Psalm 79: 1, 5-9,  2 Kings 7: 34-41,  1 Corinthians 10: 14-22,  Matthew 4: 1-11

Keywords: Freemasonry also denies Christ spelling out that Islam, hindu and all Religions can come to the one true God, but no mention that Christ is the only way, oprah winfrey denied Christ it the only Path to Salvation, Buddhism tries to deal with suffering by just numbing out your feelings,  Hinduism believe you are trapped in a wheel of reincarnation,  Islam is good deeds out weigh the bad, when you cross a bridge called As-Siraat (the Path) , and this bridge is sharper than a sword and thinner than a strand of hair which determines your good and bad,  Billy Graham on the Robert Schuller show denied Christ on May 31, 1997 and said God is calling people out of the world for his name whether they come from the Muslim , Buddhist  or Christian world which made Schuller very happy, if we have been ashamed then we can repent and will be forgiven,  Apostasy and Blasphemy

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MP3 Player - I Am Not Ashamed – Jesus, The Only Way - Sermon - October 02 2011

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The Certainty of the Christian – Sermon – October 09 2011

The Certainty of the Christian – Sermon – October 09 2011

Are you an iron pillar of the rock of God’s truth?   What is uncertainty?   We live in a culture (America), with many religions being practiced.  How can our culture say that all these religions are true at the same time?  Is it possible that the unbelieving world, people in this country and abroad, just don’t believe that there is but one truth, in who our God is, and how we can be saved?  Does the Politically Correct world teach that it is not nice to say that one thing is truth?  Culture of the unbelieving world, teaches that each individual has truth, as only he sees it, else, we are being arrogant, or mean.    What is the Truth?  And how can we know, that the Truth is found only in the Bible?

Listen for these questions and answers about “The Certainty of the Christian”, below in the 1-part MP3 Audio Sermon below.

Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:

Psalm 119: 13-24,  Jeremiah 1: 4-10, 16-19,  Philippians 1: 19-30,  John 8: 48 -59

Keywords: truth, politically correct, shades of grey, truth and conviction, faith, belief

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MP3 Player - The Certainty of the Christian - Sermon - October 09 2011

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Was Jesus Politically Correct – Sermon – October 07 2012

Was Jesus Politically Correct? – Sermon – October 07 2012

What is Politically Correct Speech?  Is it right for us to be politically correct? Is it right for us to keep the world’s rules for behavior?  What about when the world says we must not offend anyone by taking a stand for truth?  By speaking truth?  If Jesus, Paul or John the Baptist had lived in our days, would they have spoken differently?

Listen for these questions and answers about “Was Jesus Politically Correct?”, below in the 2-part Video or 1-part MP3 Audio Sermon below the Videos.

Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:

Jeremiah 8: 7 – 14, Phillippians 1: 12 – 18, Matthew 10: 26 – 33

Keywords: age of intolerance, politically correct speech, offending people, gender, racial , cultural, sexual orientation, hateful, bigoted, narrow-minded, mean, public school political correctness at graduation, erica corder, miss america, Merry Christmas, American Flag forbidden in work areas,

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MP3 Player - Was Jesus Politically Correct? - Sermon - October 07 2012

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Does God Still Rule The Nations – Sermon – November 04 2012

Does God Still Rule The Nations? – Sermon – November 04 2012

Who actually determines the destinies of Nations, God or Presidents, Kings and the like?  If God rules over all, then why is the world so bad?  Why is there so much evil in the world today if God is in charge?  What should we do?  What are we called to do as a Nation?

Listen for these questions and answers about “Does God Still Rule The Nations?”, below in the 2-part Video or 1-part MP3 Audio Sermon below the Videos.

Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:

Psalm 47, Isaiah 40: 10 – 18, 21 – 25, Revelation 15: 2 – 4,  2 Timothy 2: 2,   John 18: 33 – 38 Proverbs 21

Keywords: Presidential election sermon, King Belshazzar, Nebuchadnezzar, Babylon, israel, the jews, americas future, the Bible , God and the Economy, politics, uncertainty, world rulers, daniel the prophet, Rome, James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, Republicans, Democratic, National Convention, one nation under God, Pledge of Allegiance, founding fathers, economic policy, recession, depression, elections and God, voting and God, Socialism, Communism, Totalitarian, Facism, God places and appoints Kings and Borders to Countries, Patriotic Sermon,  pray for kings, pray for your leaders, pray for presidents,  1 Timothy 2 New International Version (NIV)
Instructions on Worship: 2 I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people— 2 for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. , 
Proverbs 21 English Standard Version (ESV) 21 The king’s heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord; he turns it wherever he will. , Psalm 75: “6 For not from the east or from the west and not from the wilderness comes lifting up,
7 but it is God who executes judgment, putting down one and lifting up another.” ,  Acts 17: “26 And he made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined allotted periods and the boundaries of their dwelling place,”

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MP3 Player - Does God Still Rule The Nations? - Sermon - November 04 2012

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To Judge or Not to Judge – That is the Question – Sermon – December 16 2012

To Judge or Not to Judge,  That is the Question – Sermon – December 16 2012

Christians are often accused of “judging” whenever they speak out against a sinful activity.  Is that the meaning of the Scripture verses that state, “Do not judge” ?  Is there a Righteous kind of judgment that we are supposed to exercise with careful discernment? In scripture Matthew 7:1 when we here someone say, “Judge not, that ye be not judged”, is this scripture taken out of context ever, and how is it correct?  What areas should we withhold judgement on?  What areas should we make judgments on?

Listen for these questions and answers about “To Judge or Not to Judge,  That is the Question”, below in the 2-part Video or 1-part MP3 Audio Sermon below the Videos.

Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:

Psalm 72: 1 – 8, 12 – 14, 17 – 19, 2 Samuel 12: 1 – 10, James 4: 11 – 12, Luke 6: 37, Matthew 7

Keywords: judging, judge your neighbor, commandment to judge, righteous judgment, 1 Corinthians 1: 10 – Paul says we are to judge, judgement out of context, biblical discernment, judging others, age of tolerance, politically correct, judging rightly, righteously, correct judging, good judging, Jesus commands us to judge, Jesus in John 7: 21-24 says judge but judge correctly or righteously, many non-believers and non-Christians use don’t judge others against Christians by twisting scripture, judging others, righteous judging, judging rightly

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MP3 Player - To Judge Or Not To Judge, That Is The Question - Sermon - December 16 2012

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