Part 1 of a sermon that was preached at Mercy Seat Church by Jason Storms. Addresses the incredible power of music, along with a short history of Western music. Exposes the mass marketing of sensual and lewd popular music and its higly destructive affects on American youth. Mercyseat.net
Election sermons were preached from American pulpits for well over 100 years. The people were informed of the purpose, function, and limitations of the State. The pulpits of today have been totally derelict in their duty to do this, and election sermons are rarely preached. The end result is obvious when one surveys American politics today. This sermon is loaded with interesting history and biblical assertions.
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During this past election, Christians lined up behind Sarah Palin – a woman – for high public office. They ridiculed those who invoked Scripture to point out this was unbiblical. It would have been one thing if the Christians supporting her simply admitted they knew it was unbiblical and contrary to Scripture for her to be in office, but the threat of an Obama presidency was so awful they felt compelled to vote for her anyway. But that wasn’t the case. They actually wanted to change 2000 years of biblical interpretation and declare that it was biblically right for her to be in public office.
Such thinking shows how far egalitarianism has invaded the thinking of Christians in America. Christians actually think the paradigm or model of the world for how women are to live and function is better than God’s model as revealed by Holy Scripture. Hence, Christians proved their allegiance is not to the Word of God first, but to political expediency.
This sermon sets forth a little-known Christian doctrine, but one which is of huge importance for Christians, magistrates, and the people of our nation to understand. This doctrine stands as a check against tryanny in a nation. Given the dire state of our nation, that makes understanding this doctrine of paramount importance.
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Tyrannicide is the act of killing a tyrant. Tyrannicide has a long and distinguished history in the epic of mankind. Many Christian men of old wrote of such matters, debated and discussed such matters, and even acted in regard to such matters. This sermon examines the treatise written in 1556 by churchman John Ponet. The title of his treatise is – A Short Treatise of Political Power and of the True Obedience which Subjects Owe to Kings and Other Civil Governors with an Exhortation to all True Natural Englishmen. The sermon examines one chapter of the treatise which is entitled – Whether it be Lawful to Depose an Evil Governor and Kill a Tyrant.
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This sermon is loaded with much little-known church history! You will be emboldened by the people spoken of in this sermon to faithfully serve Christ. You will be ensured by this sermon that your life will and needs to count for Christ. You will be inspired by this sermon to become a student of church history. Oct. 17th, 2001 58 min.
On June 26th, 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court decriminalized sodomy. This sermon declares what punishment Scripture requires for the crime of sodomy. This sermon is loaded with American history about homosexuality. You will see clearly that we
are a nation in rebellion to the Law of God, deserving of His righteous judgment.
June 2003 47 min.
Another sermon loaded with history! This sermon looks at the history of the Social Gospel movement, but primarily looks at the impact it had upon biblical Christianity and present-day Evangelicalism. February 2000 45 min.
One of the biblical hallmarks of God’s people is to confront civil magistrates who are ruling in rebellion to God. This sermon speaks about such matters with biblical, historical, and current application. It also takes to task the innumerable present-day pastors who sit by in silence while the chains of tyranny and immorality are forged in
our own nation. Dec. 2002 59 min.
There is nothing more grievous than having a son or daughter rebel against the Lord. This sermon shows how even God Himself has experienced such anguish. A historical example is also given about Ben Franklin and his son, William. If you have a son or daughter in rebellion to the Lord, this sermon will encourage your heart, as well as give you some practical guidance. 31 min.
There is a great dearth in our land when it comes to the character and behavior of young men. This sermon makes clear how important young men are to God’s economy, and looks at the lives of young men, including C.T. Studd and James Renwick. This sermon will be an encouragement to young men (and mom’s and dad’s) everywhere to seek after the Lord and live a life pleasing to Him. MercySeat.net 44 min.
The message of this sermon is crucial. Over 90% of men do not conduct family worship in their homes. They do not open the Word of God to their wife and children and instruct them in the faith. The number one reason children fall away from the faith and/or Christian homes are in disarray is because family worship is not a part of the home. This sermon shows that family worship is biblical; that it was historically practiced by Christians down through the years; and gives practical guidelines for conducting family worship in your own home. 30 min.
Materialism has polluted the faith of many. This sermon is a powerful warning against luxury and ease – the unfortunate pursuit of most Americans, and sadly, of most Christians. This sermon is loaded with history and insight. 41 min.
This sermon defines biblically and historically the role of a mother. The message contained in this sermon is a great testament to motherhood, and will encourage all women in their God-given role as mother. 32 min.
This sermon is loaded with history regarding the establishment of government education in America. After listening, you will hopefully never consider sending your children to the “public schools” ever again. This sermon triumphs the right of parents to educate their children, and makes clear the State has no right to be in the business of educating children. 46 min.
In this sermon, the Protestant Work Ethic is defined and its history examined. Application is then made for us to carry on in our Protestant forefathers steps by conducting good work habits in our own lives. 55 min.