False Religion's Tactics Part 2

72:38 minutes (14.17 MB)

False Religion's Tactics
I. This study investigates the methods of Satan to draw men into false worship where God's truth takes a back seat to something else.
A. Make no mistake about it: Satan wants to be worshipped.
ISA 14:12-14; MAT 4:8-9; 2TH 2:3-4.
B. The obvious “circus acts” like the Church of Satan and Anton Lavey are only a small part of the problem.
C. Ignorant superstition thinks it worships God but is actually worshipping devils.
1CO 10:20.

False Religion's Tactics Part 1

81:36 minutes (16.21 MB)

Promptness In Obedience

68:53 minutes (13.4 MB)

Promptness in Obedience
I. The commandments of the Lord Jesus Christ are not grievous. 1JO 5:3.
A. Christ's yoke is easy and His burden bearable. MAT 11:28-30.
B. Pharisee religion is not so. MAT 23:3-4.
C. We should be wary of unscriptural or utterly impractical demands supposedly from God.
D. Zeal is good with qualifications. GAL 4:18; ECC 7:16.
1. We are warned against being heady (Headlong, precipitate, impetuous, violent; passionate; headstrong; ‘hurried on with passion’ (J.). a. Of motion, action, personal qualities). 2TI 3:4.

Paul's Epistle to the Galatians Part 6

73:30 minutes (14.41 MB)

Paul's Epistle to the Galatians

Paul's Epistle to the Galatians Part 5

77:51 minutes (15.26 MB)

Cain and Abel

Genesis 4:3-8
(3) And in process of time it came to pass, that Cain brought of the fruit of the ground an offering unto the LORD.
(4) And Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the LORD had respect unto Abel and to his offering:
(5) But unto Cain and to his offering he had not respect. And Cain was very wroth, and his countenance fell.
(6) And the LORD said unto Cain, Why art thou wroth? and why is thy countenance fallen?

Paul's Epistle to the Galatians Part 4

81:54 minutes (16.07 MB)

Paul's Epistle to the Galatians

Perseverance

58:52 minutes (11.4 MB)

Perseverance
I. At times in Christian experience, for various reasons, a Christian's zeal for God, His word, His house, His service and His people might wear thin or grow cold. Ministers need to consider that and act accordingly. ISA 50:4.
A. In a culture where sin abounds and temptation is on every side, true love may become cold.
MAT 24:12.
1. Perilous times are not defined by political or economic trouble but by rampant sin.
2TI 3:1-5.
2. An inordinate affection for the world and the flesh can choke God's word (LUK 8:14) and lure one into abandoning the faithful. 2TI 4:10.

Sunday School

57:51 minutes (12.85 MB)

Sunday School
I. Does the Bible teach a Sunday School system such as one sees in modern day Christendom?
II. First of all, we are commanded to prove all things, which includes Sunday school. 1TH 5:21.
A. prove: To make trial of, try, test.
B. The Bible is the SOLE standard of truth whereby all things are to be proved.
PSA 119:1-3, 11, 104-105, 128; ACT 17:11; ROM 3:4.
1. Personal feelings and thoughts are not the standard for church practice.
ACT 26:9-10.
a. (PRO 14:12) There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end
thereof are the ways of death.

Regeneration and Conversion

89:49 minutes (17.54 MB)

Regeneration and Conversion
I. It is commonly assumed that regeneration and conversion are referring to the one and the same thing: the change of man's inward nature which brings him out of death in trespasses and sins into a state of grace and spiritual life.
II. Definitions.
A. regenerate: In religious use; to cause to be born again in a spiritual sense; to invest with
a new and higher spiritual nature.
B. convert: To turn in position or direction. To turn (a thing or oneself) about, to give a
different (or specific) direction to.