Feb. 18, 2012 – Sermon on “Paul’s Man of Sin” by John Brann

John Brann’s sermon was named “Paul’s Man of Sin” and this subject was covered well in the books of 2nd Thes and Daniel. But that was not all the sermon included. He added exhortation to abide by traditional COG7 doctrine in the areas of Christmas, Easter and the Sabbath day. The sermon was a call to remember the values that the COG7 church was founded on.

Scriptures used were: 2Thes. 2:1-15, Daniel 7:25-26, Col. 2:8, 1Cor. 10:7, 14, 19-23, Acts 12:4, Gal. 4:8-11, 2Cor 6:14-17

Audio can be heard by clicking on this link -> 2-18-12 sermon

John attends the Conroe Church of God 7th Day and preaches from time to time upon request.

One Response to “Feb. 18, 2012 – Sermon on “Paul’s Man of Sin” by John Brann”

  1. Jeff Kendrick says:

    John gave a sermon from the heart, addressing issues that are identifying points of difference for the COG7 vs other denominations. I agree with the sermon with minor exceptions, but I have been reminded over the years that Christmas is an institution that brings the attention of the world to Christ. If there was no Christmas, flawed as it is, there would be a huge difference in name recognition, if that alone, in Christ.
    I do not celebrate Christmas in any way and I meet people all day long in my work that are chatting about getting presents, and asking me what I am doing for Christmas. I respond that don’t do much for Christmas and that takes care of most of the comments, but surprisingly enough, when the conversation goes a little further, I find that there are a lot of people that don’t observe Christmas or are sad about what it has become.
    It seems unlikely that God would not use such regard (in the western hemisphere) for the birth of Jesus to His glory.

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