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The audio arm of the weekly sermon reviews that are uploaded to Youtube weekly.
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The sermon in this review is called "How To Carry Pain — Endure" and was published on YouTube on September 20, 2020.  All rights belong to Vous Church.  This video is for teaching and review purposes only and is protected under fair use.   Fair use is a doctrine in the United States copyright law that allows limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching, or scholarship.   Orignal Sermon Link: https://youtu.be/7efydeZn_UE
In this week's sermon review video, we are looking at a sermon by Alistair Begg.  This sermon is a great example of great exegetical work done straight from the Word.  Working through it in an expository manner.   Link For Original Sermons: https://youtu.be/KpCFU-8qsTI   The sermon in this review is called "David Spares Saul Again" and was preached on August 10th as part of their online service.  All rights belong to Truth For Life.  This video is for teaching and review purposes only and is protected under fair use.   Fair use is a doctrine in the United States copyright law that allows limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching, or scholarship.
In this week's sermon review video, we are looking at a sermon by Jeff Vanderstelt.  This sermon is a great example of great exegetical work paired with good storytelling to communicate the overall point.  Link For Original Sermon: https://youtu.be/VXhBA7_o-4U
The sermon in this review is called "The Two Mile Generation" and was preached on July 24th, 2020 as part of their online student camp experience.  All rights below to ChurchHome.  This video is for teaching and review purposes only and is protected under fair use.   Fair use is a doctrine in the United States copyright law that allows limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching, or scholarship.
The sermon in this review is called "Trust Me I'm Trying" and was published on YouTube on August 19, 2019.  All rights below to Elevation Church.  This video is for teaching and review purposes only and is protected under fair use.   Fair use is a doctrine in the United States copyright law that allows limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching, or scholarship.  Orignal Sermon Link: https://youtu.be/QhYA8aOFdT4
Online social media platforms have given us the ability to say what we want whenever we want.  That can be really great, but there are some major downsides.  We can have this false allusion that just because we posted about a hot button issue that we've done something.  I think it's time to take the words of James to heart and ask if our faith has been put into action?
Definitions define how words are used. When definitions change the way that words are used change, both in society and in law. So when this happens the church should take note because it will undoubtably how we are seen.
The closer we get to the election the more I want to stay off social media.  Not because people are being naturally horrible to one another, I expect that from nonbelievers.  The concerning part is that it seems as if Christians can't tell the difference between our faith and our political parties. So let's rant about that for a minute. 
Often times when ministry opportunities arise there is any number of people interviewing for the position.  Often times, especially if it's their first time, those interviewing are to excited to ask the right questions.  They want to do ministry and this ministry opportunity seems like it would be the right fit.  So in their excitement, they forget to ask questions, the important questions.  This can end horribly for both the individual and the church. 
In the not too distant future, and some would even argue now if you say you're a Christian you're going to need to be able to back that statement up. You're going to need to be able to explain, from scripture, why you believe the things you believe.  Along with explaining it, you're going to need to be able to actually live them out.  You know that crazy love for your enemies in Matthew chapter 5 He talks about? Yeah! Live that out.
I'm not sure how I went this long without knowing the conversion story of Charles Spurgeon.  It such an interesting story that should give us all hope that God uses all of us. 
I had a chance to sit down with Matt from @MemesForJesus and talk about his take on how the church and the government should interact during these times. Would love your feedback on the conversation in the comments below!
As Christians, we realize that sin is real and that sin is the reason God's wrath is coming.  We are all sinners and justly deserve that wrath.  On the other hand, we also realize that our God is a loving God.  He is both merciful and gracious. Unfortunately we often only preach one of these two truths.  We either overemphasize His wrath at the neglect of His love, or we overemphasize his love at the neglect of His wrath.  As Christians its important to identify what is your tendency and work to balance out the message given your unique situation.  
We often pray for those close to us, but when we don’t see results we begin to wonder. So what do we do in the in between? Stay encouraged and hold fast.
Todd White has been primarily been known as a healthy, wealth, and prosperity guy. Not necessarily because of what he preaches, but because of the people he is connected with. In a recent sermon Todd repents for not preaching a full gospel. Let’s talk about that...
Today I posted a meme about elders/pastors.  What mind-blowing, to my apparently sheltered mind, is that people are defending pastors that openly sin and still hold a position as an elder. Let's talk about that for a second....
I was listening to a radio program today that was talking about tech companies changing the language they use to describe different aspects of computing.  They also spoke of companies changing the language to make it more gender-inclusive.  Often times when the culture does something the church isn't too far behind.  What are your thoughts? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Jesus has some radical words in Matthew 5:43-48.  As Christians, in the current situation we are in now, apply those words?
I'm going to try to do these more often.  Taking a meme and explaining it further through this podcast.  Today we look at the "car taking exit" meme I posted on 7/3/20
As the Church, we might need to think about pumping the brakes for a second on this whole cancel culture trend that's going on.
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