THE KINDNESS OF GOD’S SCALPEL

Absolute truth

Absolute truth

I heard a very good sermon on Sunday. This is the church that helped me get more signatures on a petition to keep adopted and foster children out of homes with gay couples than any other church in my county. It is worth your time. Pastor Mark is very concerned about teaching the truths of God’s Word to his mostly aging congregation.

“Sin has to be dealt with.” You won’t hear this sentence in many “Christian” churches these days.

HERE IS THE LINK.

If you want to know more about the divine scalpel, take a listen. If clicking on the link doesn’t work the first time, try again. It took me four times before I got to the sermon. If that doesn’t work, try this:

https://my.ekklesia360.com/Clients/player/videoplayer.php?sid=5366&url=http://2c704caf817f66f55b09-60c75867f5a659aff46427333c9567eb.r67.cf2.rackcdn.com/h264-720/t/0e3070903_1396372739_the-kindness-of-gods-scalpel2.mp4&mediaBID=2827481&template=https://my.ekklesia360.com/Clients/player/videoplayer.php&module=sermon&content_id=734955&type=video&CMSCODE=EKK&skin=&CMS_LINK=https://my.ekklesia360.com&width=480&height=360&fullscreen=&playlist=true&autostart=true&useoriginal=&target=MediaPlayer

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2 Responses to THE KINDNESS OF GOD’S SCALPEL

  1. Mannyr says:

    Straight up message. He is dead on, too many milktoast preachers. They will have to stand before almighty God for their compromise.

    There is no accountability between believers, we should be speaking the truth in love, rather than coddling sinful behaviors. i for one appreciate men and women of God who hold me accountable especially when they cut through my crust and confront in love.

    • Chris says:

      I’m glad you thought the same about this message, Manny. I’ve been listening to Pastor Mark for over 10 years and he keep getting better. He has mentioned more than once that he is accountable for his preaching and, like you, I appreciate it when I am held accountable. I am currently attending two different churches. My son grew up in Pastor Mark’s church so whenever he’s home I go there with him.

      Always appreciate your comments, my friend…

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