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philmont
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 Paul Washer "Regeneration and Self-Denial"

"What is more like God, an archangel in the presence of God, worshipping Him in glory and power, or bacteria floating around in your toilet?"
NEITHER.
"An archangel in heaven is no more closer to God than bacteria floating around in your toilet because there is NONE like the Lord."

I was listening to Paul Washer's sermon "Regeneration and Self-Denial." His question with the archangel and bacteria is right on. One of the things God has given me is a reverence for His holiness. I still struggle with understanding/comprehending it, but I love hearing about it, reading about it, and in the moments granted me, experiencing it. The fact that God is so OTHER escapes many of our thoughts.
So, I loved hearing Mr. Washer explain it the way he did.
The reason I'm posting: I am transcribing his section on holiness, and I can't make out something he says. I feel like I'm missing something important because it all but concludes his sentence. "Holiness is to be seperated unto God, to be immersed in God, to be passionate about God, to be wild about God, to think about God,_________, to be consumed by God" ?? (39 min into sermon)

In Christ,
Aaron.
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 2007/1/6 0:44Profile
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 Re: Paul Washer "Regeneration and Self-Denial"

Can anyone listen to this paul washer sermon and help this brother with this phrase he is missing?


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 Re: Paul Washer "Regeneration and Self-Denial"

I have listened to that section several times and cannot make out one of the words."to be God ______" Sorry. It sounds something like "thought". I only have a laptop, not very good sound quality. I hope someone can help you.

I really like this sermon. I have listened to it many times.

God Bless

TJ


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 Re: Paul Washer "Regeneration and Self-Denial"

Listioned to it thrice, and it sounded like:

"To be God besought" But I guess that dosn't make sense does it?


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 Re: Paul Washer "Regeneration and Self-Denial"

Hi Philmont and greetings and welcome to you to the forums.

Quote:
One of the things God has given me is a reverence for His holiness. I still struggle with understanding/comprehending it, but I love hearing about it, reading about it, and in the moments granted me, experiencing it. The fact that God is so OTHER escapes many of our thoughts.




Weighty brother, weighty.

I've been reading a book called [i]The Kneeling Christian[/i] by an anonymous author and wanted to share this qoute from it that I thought you would like after reading the above:

"We are told that Francis of Assisi would frequently spend an hour or two in prayer on top of Mount Averno[Italy], whilst the only word which escaped his lips would be 'God' repeated at intervals. He began with adoration - and often stopped there!"

May God shine His face upon your time here,


Chris


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 Re:

SeanHobson wrote:
Listioned to it thrice, and it sounded like:

"To be God besought" But I guess that dosn't make sense does it?


I think it's "God besotted."


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 2007/1/6 17:31Profile
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 Re: Paul Washer "Regeneration and Self-Denial"

Quote:
"Holiness is to be seperated unto God, to be immersed in God, to be passionate about God, to be wild about God, to think about God, to be God [b]besought[/b] be consumed by God" ??



English

Verb
[b]besought[/b]

(obsolete) Simple past tense and past participle of beseech.

[b]be·seech[/b] (bĭ-sēch')
tr.v., -sought (-sôt') or -seeched, -seech·ing, -seech·es.

To address an earnest or urgent request to; implore: beseech them for help.

To request earnestly; beg for: beseech help. See synonyms at beg.

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That is the word there "besought" no doubt about it. Love the 'old' language ...
:-)


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 Re: Re: Paul Washer "Regeneration and Self-Denial"

Dear Aaron,

Will you please post the sermon once you are done transcribing the sermon? I would love to share it with others who are not able to listen to the sermon. Thank you.

Your sister in Christ, DS

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