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 Dangers of Third Generation Religion by Paris Reidhead

Topic: Compromise
Scripture(s): Judges 2:1-13  
Description: All who know and love our Lord Jesus Christ want to avoid the danger of compromise with the world. This message will help one to avoid being caught up in this compromise.
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Sermon Comments (8)



 What we don't know can destroy us 
Paris clearly lays it out as to how the evils in this world are constantly at our behavior. These evils are hidden in many innocent like acts. Unless we have great teachings such as this we can continue sinning and not realize it. The Holy Bible has all the answers but sometimes we need preachers like Brother Paris to reveal things for us. I love Jesus as Lord and Savior, but I need revealing knowledge that great teachers/preachers can give me. Praise the Lord!



 powerful, powerful preaching!!! 
Definitely Holy Spirit driven; Thank You God the Father in God the Son's name, Jesus Christ..amen



 The seriousness of No Compromise! 
As was commented previously this sermon needs to be repeatedly listened to in order to grasp it fully...so powerful!!!! To compromise or dilute what God has raised up as a standard, even in the most minute thought or deed, is as deadly, in the long run, as idol worship.



 Everyone who thinks he serves God should hear this. 
There are not enough stars to rate this one. There is so much in it that I would need to listen to it in slow time and tease out all the threads. Essentially it exposes the only weapons Satan has to tempt us with. See previous comments, on lust of the eye, lust of the flesh and pride of life. He illustrated how,as King of Israel God had allowed Solomon excesses in every area Yet he still wrote of life on earth, "Vanity of vanities...all is vanity" It pained him to see how the second generation tend to follow the christian traditions of their fathers but then their children fall captive to the pull of the world in these three areas.



 Need More Preaching Like This 
Definitely up there with Ten Shekels... Paris speaks as a person who understands the temptations of this world and not as someone who is above it... We all have an idea of how satan works and this sermon hits the nail on the head... Imagine how our next generation will be if Reidheads, Ravenhills, or Tozers don't begin to speak up... They all speak of our church today and I have yet to see too many intervening for Christ and His church...



 drvic 
This message is as powerful and thought provoking as "Ten Shekels." Possibly, this human agent of God was simply a Holy Spirit baptized preacher speaking only the words given by our holy God!



 The Only Three Tools The Devil Ever Had 
This sermon deals with Israel as she entered the Promised land and yet refused to thrown down the altars of Baal, Asteroth, and Molech. Soon the people we caught up in the sins of those who served the gods of the land. Who is Baal? The word means 'owner' and is worshipped to secure 'things' (things that soon break, things that get old and have to be hauled off). Who Asteroth? This is the god of 'forbidden experience'. Who is Molech? This is the god of 'ascendancy over ones fellows'. ALL that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eye, and the pride of life. These are the only three tools the Devil ever had and to use them he appeals to our natural desires. This is a tremendous message that in my opinion is definitely of the same caliber of Ten Shekels and A Shirt. I also believe they (Tragedy and Ten shekels) were preached back to back, but can't prove that. They fit together like a matched set.



 Fornicating With the World 
How can we call ourselves Christians while we are seeking our fulfillment from the temporal realm? We need to begin examining our lives and all that we do...the places we go, the things we look at {window shopping et al), the seeking to be honored and recognized by our peers. Are we just in this world...OR ARE MOST WHO CALL THEMSELVES CHRISTIANS OF THIS WORLD? Are you still planning your future? Are you worried about retirement and health-care? Are you still trying to contol the circumstances and direction of your life? If you are dear heart, how can you call yourself a Christian when you're not relying on and trusting in...based on your actions...an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent GOD!!!???






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