Helen Keller, Ronnie Milsap, Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles can all see it. How about you? Don’t be fooled by those pushing a Hebrew perspective of the Old Testament without pointing you to Jesus.
Prs. Kerns and Ginn go all over the place, but it’s worth the listen.
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Pr. Olson of Trinity Lutheran (Tryon, NC) joins Pr. Kerns to discuss Holy Baptism. It’s a Red Pill/Blue Pill episode. You have two beliefs: A.) Baptism is symbolic or, B.) Baptism actually does what the Bible says it does (Acts 2:38).
We know, we know…Easter 2022 has come and gone. We’re just now getting around to posting this episode with Prs. Boyle, Lovett and Kerns. (Think: Bigger Fish on the other line.) Take a listen to the steaming piles of bovine waste that were being served at THREE American Evangelical churches this year. Lord have mercy!
Pr. Kerns heard a sermon calling for us to surrender our all to Jesus. As much as he wants to, he doesn’t. No one does. He met with Pr. Boyle to discuss this terrible, condemning sermon. Ask yourself–do you give God your all?
Sermons like these are ubiquitous. They suggest YOU are the reason you can’t hear God. What an impotent God! He has to wait on you to position yourself just right, before He can speak. Sermons like this are damning, especially when God speaks to you in His Word (2 Timothy 3:16). Stick to God’s Word, and stop looking for impressions, movements and shivers in your liver.
It seems that the Body and Blood of Christ do more than Christ promised. Who knew? Listen to Prs. Kerns and Ockree as they found out.
Here in our 75th episode, The Plucked Chicken hosts the dynamic duo of Pastors Boyle and Lovett in Wichita KS, who are forced to endure two American Evangelical sermons on Holy Baptism. As Pr. Boyle is prone to say, “It’s a mess.”
Are you on a Dream Team? If you’re not, you could be missing out on transformation…or at least that’s what we’re told. Listen to Prs. Ockree and Kerns wonder why they have missed this “essential” doctrine for the Christian.