Puritan Board Freshman
Thank you so much Pastor Prakashpalan for this edifying sermon.
Thank you, brother Rom! My family and I got to watch it together and we thoroughly enjoyed it!Thankful it was edifying, brother. May the Lord use it to bring glory to His name and in a small way revive Sabbath keeping.
I am thankful for the brother who runs this YouTube channel (I think he has something like 350k subscribers - so he has a fair-sized audience). He was willing to face pushback for live-streaming a sermon likely to catch a lot of flack with his non-Sabbatarian subscribers, but he was willing to do it due to his regard for the truth of God's Word.
I was going to private message @VictorBravo as I intimated in the sermon itself, but as Shadow Forge has posted the sermon, I thought I would mention him directly. In the sermon I said that I found his analogy that if you keep your eye on the road, you do not need the guardrails, to be an excellent illustration for how to keep the Sabbath. That has stuck with me since I read it on The Puritan Board. Thank you, brother.
May we receive God's promise as we delight in His Sabbath Day
Then shalt thou delight thyself in the LORD;
And I will cause thee to ride upon the high places of the earth,
And feed thee with the heritage of Jacob thy father:
For the mouth of the LORD hath spoken it.
Then you will love this sermonFinished listening to this today. Excellent, clear, convicting. I used to attend a church who held very loosely to the Lord’s Day outside of church attendance, sadly. Once the service was over you were free (and sometimes encouraged) to do what you wanted. That never sat right with me, even as a new believer at the time. It certainly couldn’t be supported by scripture.
What’s disappointing are those fellow brothers and sisters who would slap a “legalist” label on you for abiding by this, when the motive is simply to honor Christ as we ought. Can we really not be bothered to set aside one day for Him, yet still say that He is our everything?