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The Reformation has never ended. It is just beginning.
"Not in word only,
but in power"
1 Cor. 4:20
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"EAR'S TO HEAR!"
9/20/20 - 9/26/20
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WORD OF ADMONITION:
Blessings cannot be a proof of God’s favor, since it is what the devil promises
to those who worship him.
THIS WEEK’S CHURCH
“Centrality of preaching”
1) A false teaching that sees a man and his opinions as above those who sit in the pews; 2) A catch-phrase used to eliminate questions and a time for dialogue either during or after the sermon which may expose the speaker to the possibility of questions that he may not be able to answer, thus further revealing that he is not necessarily the Bible "authority" that he parades to be.
“The centrality of preaching” is God’s way
of truly worshiping Him!”
If your “Christian walk” is not radically changing your life, you need to be radically changing your “Christian walk.”
THIS WEEK'S BIBLE VERSE
For I reckon that the sufferings of the present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory about to be revealed in us.
See the truth come to life!
"The Pastoral Office"
Unlike in Scripture, in many “churches” today, there is no chance for anyone to “reason,” “dispute,” or “ask questions” during the pastor’s sermon.
Why is that?
LIE OF THE WEEK
“Church membership in specific congregations is clearly seen throughout
the New Testament.”
Think about it.
What a great teaching moment and stimulating time it would be for questions, for comments, or even for any differing of opinions during or immediately after the pastor’s sermon. What better way is there in directing the assembly to remember and to learn and grow in grace and knowledge on what the pastor had just so wonderfully labored to teach?
Many pastors however will never allow this type of format because they are threatened or intimidated by any form of return dialogue within any public setting, either before, during, or after any message that has just been given!
Why would anyone evade or even outright reject such a Scriptural and mighty means of learning and communication? Do pastors truly believe that “hearing the Word preached” during the Sunday worship service is to be a major part of the learning experience for building up the people of God?
Horrifically and obviously, the answer is a resounding NO, they don’t!