John Wesley – Christian Movie

Doctrinal Regeneration is just as dangerous and damning as Decisional Regeneration. Although John Wesley was Semi-Pelagian Arminian doctrinally. This movie reveals Wesley’s struggle with the fruit by-produce of Arminianism how a synergistic salvation will always produce the doubting of carnal works. The ultimate proof to you of your salvation is in the continual witness of the Holy Spirit presence produced by the hearing of abiding in the doctrine of Christ 2 John 1-9-11. This testifies to us, our regeneration by the Holy Spirit and love for God’s Word. Which in turn, God’s Holy Word the Bible, witnesses back to us the truth concerning our new birth and life in the Holy Spirit witness. Without this continual witness of the Holy Spirit, mans fleshly wisdom and carnal mind is all that is known. Man’s natural mind trying to interpret Scripture will inevitably bring the leaven and spread of man made doctrines and the honest doubting Wesley knew. This movie’s plot reveals that Wesley’s mental assent to information about the Gospel, concerned Wesley’s Father enough to confront His son about truly not being continually saved by the witness of God. Arminianism and it’s mantra prayers of “repeat after me” do not produce continual salvation abiding living faith, which is the proof and fruit of true abiding salvation. Flesh lead works that Arminianism facilitates produces doubts of the “operation of God” Colossians 2:12. The abundant evidence of dicisional prayer decisions that

Anthem – “Lead Me, Lord”, Samuel Sebastian Wesley

Anthem – “Lead Me, Lord”, Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876) anthem camcorded live 26 April 2009 (3rd Sunday of Easter) “Lead me Lord in thy righteousness, make thy way plain before my face. For it is thou Lord only that makest me dwell in safety. Lead me Lord in true holiness, teach me to love and trust in thee. Thou are our God, the God of our salvation, all nations shall praise thy holy name.” Text: Psalm 5:8 Anthem soloists: Frank Lampert-Hopkins, Bass Theresa (Terry) Perkins, Contralto The parish choir of the Church of the Redeemer Wayne Burcham-Gulotta, Music Director/Organist JW Steere & Son Organ Co., Opus 701, 1918, 3/49 Ernest M. Skinner bought out Steere in 1920 and Skinner ran Steere as a separate company for about a year. Then they brought it into the fold as a separate Skinner factory. For a time organs being built there had the Skinner name but were essentially Steere organs. Much of the great Skinner at Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA is Steere (1915 major enlargement of 1902 Hutchings). Final expansion to the Skinner instrument at Yale we know today was the 1928-1929 rebuild. a Redeemer Music Media Production, ©2009 all rights reserved Church of the Redeemer, Episcopal Morristown, NJ, USA
Video Rating: 4 / 5