Sermons on Antidote for Error
Pastor Bernard Evans mentioned the testimony of his daughter, Sheryl, in his sermon on April 3.
Ephesians 5:15 and Proverbs 1: 17
Diligently avoid distraction, snares cooked up in hell.
Joseph was betrayed by his brothers and tried to reason with the enemy. The enemy hunts for the precious life.
When God is building your house you aren’t laboring in vain. He has resources that are unseen. Pastor Mason tells stories about how the Lord built the church on the hill. Mark 12: 38-40 finds Jesus warning people to beware of the scribes’ who sought public recognition and exploited widows. Flattery spreads a net.
In the last days God has the antidote for error. We can come to Him, read His Word, worship Him, be filled with His Spirit, sit at His feet and learn of Him, pray for our brothers and sisters, shun vane and profane errors.