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What an amazing thing that we live today in a time in which the internet allows people from all over the world can be exposed to the East and the West.  It’s a great opportunity for the Gospel.

Here’s a passionate sermon in English and translated into Mandarin Chinese.

Be blessed:

I pray the Lord would use this to witness and plant seed to those who are Chinese speaking and do not know Jesus.

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Every I’m going to try to post Gospel presentation in various languages.  I see that there are hits on our blog from many countries and this would be an opportunity to preach the Gospel.

Here’s the Gospel presentation in Arabic by Paul Washer.  There’s six videos in this series.

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I’m looking forward to this year’s Shepherd’s Conference, a conference for Pastors and church leaders sponsored by Grace Community Church where John MacArthur is the Pastor.

They even made this neat trailer:

Seems like the theme would be on the Reformation in light of the Reformation’s 500 years anniversary.  Lord willing I’ll be blogging through the sessions on February 28th-March 3rd.

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I need some more time of studying before I begin my Series: Is Justification by Faith Taught in the Old Testament?  I bite off more than I can chew this week in terms of ministry and blogging.

Since its Sunday here’s a sermon from a dear brother name Michael Coughlin that he preached on a few days ago.

 

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His sermon is titled The Invitation.

Here’s the sermon description:

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I posted a little ditty on our Facebook page and Twitter but I thought I post this on the blog as well.  (If you haven’t followed us on social media feel free to like and follow us).

Biblically faithful preaching is harder to find today in more ways than one.  Perhaps the most common problem is that some no longer like to preach on sin.  If that is true I imagine it is more true that most people do not like Biblical preaching because it talks about sin.

But Why Must Preachers talk about Sin?

Here’s why:

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Its the Christmas season and I’ve been yearning to make jingles of truths that are biblical.

This year I’ve been attempting to write posts that puts theology into bite size memorable ditties.  Little rhymes to drive the point home.

Here’s one to encourage faithful evangelism:

 

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Open-Air Preaching in India

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I have been tremendously blessed by this brother’s heart for the lost.  He is an American who served in the U.S. military, but is now a long-term missionary in India.  Daniel Stephen Courney was commissed by his elders as a missionary to India.  Here in the video below, he is preaching from Revelation 20:11-15 to an eager crowd in the city of Mangalagiri. I was encouraged to know that hundreds of people listened to the Gospel and some even asked for prayer and counseling after the message. During their time there, they encountered only light resistence from Muslims while they had their Ramadan call to prayer.  The Gospel ran free.  This brother and the other brothers with him–their zeal, reminds me of George Whitefield.  Please keep them in your prayers.

I pray that the message blesses you as you will hear sobering truths that the Indian people need to hear such as the image of God, God’s holiness, justice, the love of Christ, and for repentance, faith, and forgiveness.

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