Why People Shouldn’t Use Red-Letter Bibles

Wednesday Evening A sermon about why red-letter Bibles are not God-honoring and what it says about the people who use them. We examine the use of red-letter Bibles in light of verses like Exodus 20:1, 2 Timothy 3:16-17 and Judges 13:18-22. All these verses emphasize that ALL Scripture should be read and studied and that God is speaking through ALL of it. Not only that, James 4:5-6 shows us that...

May 30th, 2012 by KJVOnly 

James Revisited (Part IX)

Sunday Evening James Revisited Part IX Chapter 4:13-17; 5:1-20 Conclusion James is preaching to those scattered Jews who now want to party hearty and go to the city to buy and sell, etc. Where have you heard that phrase before? So, do you really think James’ preachings are aimed at us? Seriously? Listen to this sermon and tell your pastor he is nuts if he is trying to preach this stuff...

May 27th, 2012 by KJVOnly 

REBROADCAST: James Revisited (Part VIII)

Sunday Morning James Revisited Part VIII Chapter 4:1-12 Here are more questions to ask the pastors today: Does lusting today have any different consequences when compared to the Tribulation? We have not because we ask not? We have not because we ask amiss? Who is the ‘he’ in verse 6? Does God resist the proud today? Does God bless only the humble? How does one draw night to God today? Does...

May 27th, 2012 by KJVOnly 

James Revisited (Part VIII)

Wednesday Evening James Revisited Part VIII Chapter 4:1-12 Here are more questions to ask the pastors today: Does lusting today have any different consequences when compared to the Tribulation? We have not because we ask not? We have not because we ask amiss? Who is the ‘he’ in verse 6? Does God resist the proud today? Does God bless only the humble? How does one draw night to God...

May 23rd, 2012 by KJVOnly 

James Revisited (Part VII)

Sunday Evening James Revisited Part VII Chapter 3:13-18 James shows us some things about our King James Bible… James? Oh yah – you bet! He also shows what happens to us when we quit reading our Bible. James can tell us that? But he wasn’t writing TO us? Correct, but we can still learn FROM James. And the peace that those folks in the Tribulation need? It is a physical peace…...

May 20th, 2012 by KJVOnly 

James Revisited (Part VI)

Sunday Morning James Revisited Part VI Chapter 3:1-12 Offensive words Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow! Why is it that we used to have the freedom to speak our peace! To say what we want!, etc. But today, if we say one wrong word – we can be fired, lose our friends, family, etc. What is going on? How does James explain it? It is a great understanding we get from reading James. What does...

May 20th, 2012 by KJVOnly 

James Revisited (Part V)

Wednesday Evening James Revisited Part V How can any pastor / preacher try to put James with Paul? We look at faith and works here. Well, it makes total sense for the tribulation but is so opposite of what Paul teaches from the Risen Saviour! Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 40:28 — 4.6MB) Podcast (paulsonvideo): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 41:13 —...

May 16th, 2012 by KJVOnly 

James Revisited (Part IV)

Sunday Evening James Revisited Part IV James 1:17-27 Tonight we look at Word of truth Law of Liberty The faith of Jesus during the Tribulation Are these the same things that we hear from Paul? No. They can’t be! Take a listen! Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:00 — 3.9MB) Podcast (paulsonvideo): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:08 — 134.8MB)
May 13th, 2012 by KJVOnly 

James Revisited (Part III)

Sunday Morning James Revisited Part III James 1:17-27 Is every good and perfect gift today from God? Is God the Father of lights or Father of heavenly lights? Is our KJB full of ‘variableness’ – is there a ‘shadow of turning’ that can come from the KJB? What is the “word of truth” during the Tribulation? Weren’t we begat by the ‘word of...

May 13th, 2012 by KJVOnly 

James Revisited (Part II)

Wednesday Evening James Revisited Part II James 1:5-16 Is this the correct book we should learn about double-minded people? No, not at all. There is a totally different consequence for double-minded people during the Tribulation than we have today. It is an interesting study… What about the rich during the Tribulation? There won’t be any rich ‘brethren’ – think...

May 9th, 2012 by KJVOnly