bible July 3, 2019 On WHICH ISSUES do you feel limited to preach? Click to join the conversation with over 500,000 Pentecostal believers and scholars Click to get our FREE MOBILE APP and stay connected | PentecostalTheology.com PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleGreat Tellico History Day (Monroe County) Next articleDual-covenant theology and the Jewish Remnant (Romans 11:2-5) 15 Comments Reply July 3, 2019 Varnel Watson tell us now Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Reply July 3, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Troy Day I’m free to preach on it all lol. In fact if you are going to preach relevantly to this generation I think we must preach each of these issues regularly. It may also be the difference between being called to a church and starting one. Reply July 3, 2019 James Michael Sanders The fact that one would feel limited to preach the Word period concerns me. We are called to preach and teach ALL OF HIS WORD. These issues can’t be avoided, matter of fact if they are then the men doing so are no different than the false prophets of Israel of old. They proclaimed blessings over them when God gave them no such a word. Yes we have a new covenant and I’m so Thankful for it! Yet that covenant doesn’t include Luke warm lifestyles or accepting sin and refusing to repent of it. He’s called us to be Holy, separated to Him daily. Yet it’s equally wrong to insult sinners who need Jesus, that’s not love either. Tell them the truth, yet let them know theirs freedom from sin. Reply July 3, 2019 Varnel Watson come on Michael Ellis Carter Jr. you are free but which topics do you feel limited on – dont make call titles now Reply July 3, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Troy Day I must misunderstand the question. Reply July 3, 2019 Varnel Watson Michael Ellis Carter Jr. dont make me put it in perspective now 🙂 Reply July 3, 2019 Steve Losee I wouldn’ty preach specifically on any of those as topics. But, going verse by bverse through the entire Bible, every one of them will turn up in proper contexts. I wouldn’t shrink from them then. Reply July 3, 2019 Varnel Watson what about topical preaching Steve Losee Reply July 3, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Troy Day I will say at the very least we should be preaching about immigrant from Nazareth. Reply July 4, 2019 Varnel Watson Michael Ellis Carter Jr. what about immigrants to America? or other social issues race, gaj, gender, politics – Jesus covered all of theses issues in his sermons Reply July 4, 2019 Steve Losee topical has it’s place, Troy Day, but it’s been overused in the past several decades by leaders who 1. don’t really know their Bibles, and 2. depend too much on concordances and other leaders’ messages. I only use topical for the basics: Inspiration of Scripture, Th Fall of Humanity, The Tri-Unity of God, etc. Reply July 4, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Troy Day oh I agree ? maybe I need to work on my Troy Day impersonation because my comment missed the mark. I think immigration, police brutality, homelessness, gay rights, marriage, racism, gender equality, politics, and other social issues should not only be covered by sermons but they should also be included in church culture, vision, and outreach efforts. Our churches are in decline because we are not addressing the issues of the day in a comprehensive and strategic way. Reply July 5, 2019 Varnel Watson Michael Ellis Carter Jr. you need to work on the facade 🙂 Reply July 5, 2019 Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Troy Day lol Reply July 5, 2019 Varnel Watson Michael Ellis Carter Jr. you should try to be more like Charles Page – ol Detroit style and all 🙂 Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment * Name Email Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.