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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Bro. Williams, Jun 3, 2010.
Can you post your comments about the audio?
Can, yes. How about you?
Most of us don't like to blindly click on a link without some sort of explanation first. Can you please at least give us some more details before we take the time to do this? Some here still have dial up or just slow computers and it takes time to download links. Thanks.
It is a sermon, preached from II John. Take the time if you want, don't if you don't have the time.
Why bother to post?
Is there no compassion or understanding? Or what is the motivation for your post? No reply is more profitable... for then others may think you've forgotten instead of judging what seems to be your own disinterest in the thread you started.
I've had 'slow dial up, slow loads in the past' and I'll say to you and for those who've never been dependent on those s-l-o-w and often u-n-r-e-l-i-a-b-l-e internet connections....... they're a pain in the kaboose: A real attack for hemorrhoids. Then there's the problem with computer speakers.... I've augmented mine and still find I am strapped from doing other things and control of other in-house noises when I must be within 3 feet or less to hear the audio from my computer, and thats with a streaming DSL connection without the breaks of a dial up slow connection.
abc....FYI, these are more like Bible study expository teaching than just sermons. The link takes you to a selection of 'sermons', but, in addition, there are some other tools/links.... the Bible online.. text and audio, and hymns (limited). Rough guess.... 'sermons' between 30-45 minutes.
Sounds like a kjvo speaker: he presents some good connections and also, imo, makes some interesting claims, which I've not found all to be supported by scripture.... although it may be my own lack of knowledge.... i.e. in his teachings of the end-times, the return of 12 disciples, if I understood him correctly.
If you choose to listen, I'd suggest that you get a note book and write down the scriptures which he gives much of... and review or better yet, follow with a kjv Bible and flip fast to follow and check and then review within context. Several times I got confused because he got mixed up calling a verse a chapter or a chapter a verse. Seems like his position is grace until the tribulation and legalism or return to law/works for salvation during the tribulation....chief of which is avoidance of taking the mark of the beast.
This pastor/preacher/teacher does tie in some interesting pov with scripture especially regarding the Revelation vision of the woman with the 12 stars ready to give birth and the dragon ready to consume, and her fleeing into the wilderness where God provides for 42 months as being the elect of Israel being saved through the persecutions during tribulation. This is given with the caveat of my own incomplete memory, which may not be quite just or fair as its been some weeks since I listened and this is based upon my imperfect recall; but it is more info than the thread starter offered.