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Reconsidering Lewis. From the time I wrote my first comment to this message I reconsidered CS Lewis and saw that he was influenced by Liberal teaching, evolutionism, Catholicism, that he was not an evangelical.
Never Deny Christ Evelyn, 1 Cor 14:35 refers to a husband within the Church of Christ. Though submitting to him in things that are lawful, the believing wife must never deny Christ at the behest of an unbelieving husband, but seek his conversion to Christ (1 Peter 3:1-2, 1 Cor 7:13). Submission to God-ordained authority never extends to doing what is sinful (Acts 4:19 & 5:29). If you deny Christ by returning to Islam.you are personally fully responsible before God and you cannot excuse it on the grounds of submission to your husband. "But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in Heaven" (Matt 10:33).
Great Sermon! So glad that God has spoken to me through you...I have decided to ask my husband at home as God says in 1 Corinthians 14 and my husband has wisely told me to return to Islam. I am so much happier now that we both are back in the faith of my childhood!
This is true wisdom from God and so thank you for this! We now get along much better...So this is a good scripture for me...
I see it And I didn't see it before. Justification as the only motor for Sanctification is false. Had attended a church with that approach in NYC was blessed by it initially and see it's place as the primary motivator but not the only motivator. In addition it seemed that we were flattering ourselves and become more obsessed with ourselves that we "found" or "re-discovered" some unique Christianity that all others are missing. Akin to the "second baptism" and arrival at a subtle form of "sinless perfection" in this world. Thanks for giving Justification it's due weight but also expanding on the multiple dimensions.of Sanctification. Look forward to the rest of your series, will forward this series to all I know and will read JC Ryles book on Sanctification and Kevin Deyoungs writings as well. I was mislead by this narrow view and was misleading others with it, will be sure to text and email to all I know. Thank You Pastor
Only once did God choose a completely sinless preacher. ... Alexander Whyte