Letters on the Mountain!
Date: 3/28/00 9:02:46 PM
Subject: Response to site and bible study
Name: Kimberly Giambrone
I have been a christian for almost twenty years and sure enjoy the great music you offer! It can chase the blues away. It is a long time between church services for me and I thank you for providing the meat of the word, not just milk and honey. I have just printed Part two of Thomas Watson's study on "How we may read the scriptures". It is the very best commentary I have ever read on the subject. I have read part one twice already! He is a superior writer. I can't wait to meeet him in heaven and praise the LORD JESUS CHRIST that by His shed blood and grace I will! May you all have a great day in the Lord. Mrs. Kim Giambrone!
Date: 3/5/00 3:39:14 AM
Name: John Avitabile
I have recently discovered your web site and I just like to say praise the Lord for He is King and does reign. I grew up Catholic, but for the mercy, grace & love of God I was born from above into His kingdom in 1982. Recently the Lord has revealed the apostasy that was going on in the Methodist church (I joined after leaving the Catholic) Now the Lord has welcomed me into a wonderful PCA church where the word of God is taught . My entire family loves to go church almost every day We are all thankful for the reformed theology because it loves the truth of God. Thank you for furthering my understanding of the knowledge of Jesus Christ.. Thank God for his Word and those who teach it.
Date: 2/28/00 7:31:25 PM
Name: Jan Macor
I praise God for His Word - thank you so much for putting up this web site and using scripture to explain scripture. I liked the article on 'Women Pastors?' too. Everything you said was true, except for one thing. Many Christian women are single (including myself, a 3 year old Believer) because as you so rightly put it, there are many 'wimpy' men out there. It isn't because we love our careers, it is because so many men are not following Jesus, nor the teachings of the Bible. Satan is really attacking a lot of men in the church (if they are really Christian).
I cannot marry a man who has one foot in the world and a toe in the Kingdom, who doesn't know their scripture, doesn't study the Bible. It is better to remain single and devote all your time and energy to God, than to have 'your desire be for your husband' (which happens!) and then lose your way on the narrow path. Perhaps you could add that to your article. God bless you!. Thank you for writing the articles on Revelation.
In His Service,
Date: 2/23/00 12:35:02 AM
Subject: Reformed Web site
Name: Jason Watson
As a Christian who is starting on the road to real maturity, I was ecstatic to find your webpage. I am fully convinced of letting the Bible say what it wants and not what we want and that is exactly what reformed theology is to me. I want to encourage and thank you for the resources in this website. I pray that God's work in you will continue to bless many saints to come.
Joyfully In Christ,
Date: 2/17/00 6:17:15 PM
Name: Mark Priestap
City: Toledo Oh.
I'm SO greatful for your writings I found on the internet. I'm a Christian in a dispensational brethren church in Toledo, OH who has been seeking to know God's word better for about a year and a half. Your writings about the feasts of Leviticus and the Kingdom of Christ have really been a blessing to my heart. It's hard when you find yourself disagreeing with people you love, but the Bible says what it says....hopefully God will give me meekness of heart so I can understand more and not be proud.
Date: 2/1/00 10:18:03 AM
Subject: Age of Accountability
Name: Tricia marshall
That has got to be the best article on the age of accountability that I have ever read. I almost overlooked it, you should place it out front where everyone can read it as it is so biblically right on. Great site. I will be reading forever but it's well worth it. I particularly like the way you don't make things so hard to understand. Keep up the great work. Gotta tell my christian friends about this one.
Date: 12/29/99 11:13:09 AM
Subject: Sabbath Message
Name: Eric Platt
I enjoyed your sermon on the Sabbath - It is the position I have taken. Good stuff. When Adam was first created the first thing that happened to him was that he entered into the finished work of his creator. He entered that lovely garden with all provided for his good and enjoyment. It could be said that he entered with God into his rest on the seventh day, as we do with Christ enter into his rest. There is so much in Genesis in those first four chapters.
Date: 12/3/99 8:04:29 PM
Subject: 23 Psalm
Name: Bill Stark
Hello Tony,...............after reading most of the articles on this page, I find your writings most informative, Im a relatively new Christian and the teachings one finds coming into the church, in these times are rather confusing. I was introduced to the pre-tribulation doctrine, almost at once. And just assumed, that was normal Bible teachings. It took awhile to wade through, with the help of the Holy Spirit, the unbiblical nonsence I was to come up against. And I know longer believe in a pre-tribulation rapture. Even I, a new person in the Lord, was able to see many falsehoods Just by reading my Bible and Prayer, So I wasn't surprised to be lead to this page. I can feel myself growing in leaps and bounds through the Holy Spirit, and I know He's taught through you at times. And this brings me to my question; For some time now, the first part of verse 5 in the 23 Psalm (" Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies:) its meaning has not been reviled to me, to my satisfaction. I wonder,if you would be kind enough to share your thoughts on this wonderful verse for me? It would me most appreciated!
Date: 11/24/99 8:58:26 PM
Subject: Your Site
Name: Steve Clark
City: Southern California
You have a much needed great site......I thought for awhile that I was alone in the way that I read the Bible. The "professing churches " of the radio and television of our day's are preaching another Gospel. I am truly 100% a reformed Christian.I have been ready reformed "puritan literature" for years. I found very little success in hearing that message preached anywhere!! I was ready to start my own church.I suppose you would know of a true church in the Southern California area?If you have any idea's please let me know.
In Christs love,
Date: 11/16/99 3:31:00 PM
Subject: Abomination of Desolation
A very faithful reformed Christian brother has recently left the church to found his own church. I was very puzzled and decided to meet up with him. Apparently, the leader of the church did not accept his view on todayís Israel, that it is no longer referring to the political nation, but rather the covenant people of God in the New Testament. We had a very short time of discussion on this subject; I for one was completely thrown off balance when I heard it. I was one of those who have been taught to focus on Israel today and see how God is going to fulfill the promise He made to Abraham in Genesis.
I did a search on the web, lo and behold, your web page (Israel of God) appeared within the first 10 hits. I must say the article was well written and am glad God has used it to enlighten my mind on what His Word teaches. For this, I truly thank God for you and your work published on the web, I have since been visiting your site to feast upon the teachings.
However, I would like to draw your attention to a page that Iíve been having great difficulty in retrieving,
http://members.aol.com/twarren20/abomin.html (Abomination of Desolation)
Is the address correct or are there some problems with the server or something? It seems every time I try to retrieve, it just doesnít respond. I would very much want to understand what God teaches on the subject, as compared to what I have been taught.
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