Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Cameron's Youtube Gospel Presentation (Part 2)

Today we move on to the second installment in this five part Gospel presentation. Part two deals with the reality that few acknowledge, and even less are willing to face - human depravity. The Bible clearly teaches over and over that unregenerate man is dead in sin, unable and unwilling to serve or please God. Many modern churches have bought into the cultural creed of inflating self esteem and giving therapeutic answers to sinners who are guilty before Almighty God. Man's primary need is not happiness, but righteousness. and it is only when men see their unrighteousness that they begin to "hunger and thirst after righteousness" . . .

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Chris Jones said...

Awesome Cameron! Love your visuals.. the spot on your face, the hitting of the chair... the carrot... and of course the mirror!

I can't wait until you've finished the series, then I'll be posting them on my facebook! :)

Keep up the Glorifying of God!

In Christ,

Heath The Blogless said...

Great job again Cam.

I have been thinking about something Spurgeon said when it comes to the whole lie makes you a liar thing.

He said that it is not the lie that makes you a liar, but because you are a liar that you tell lies.

It might be semantics but it helps emphasize how depraved we are.

Now all I need to do is figure how to use that when sharing the gospel and not come off as judgemental.

Keep up the good work though.

P.S. who are the rest of the team helping you out?

Cameron Buettel said...

Heath, the two guys are a couple of young guys from the Inner Mission arm of the Lutheran church in Denmark who have some technical skills and want to see the Gospel regain a foothold in their congregations.

Anonymous said...

Phew, for a moment there Cam I thought you had some watermelon on your face left over from the Chinchilla Watermelon Festival!!!
Paul M

gandalf said...

First time I saw the 6th commandment correctly translated as saying that we shall not murder instead what is most often said that we shall not kill.

Not all killing is murder.

Apart from that, well done!