Articles, Pamphlets & Sermons
Sermons: Government
March 15, 2016

Sermons on the Christian view of Government from Mercy Seat Christian Church. Election Sermon: The Duty of Lower Magistrates in the Face of Tyranny Election sermons were common in early America. During the first 100 years of our nation, many pastors preached every year what became known as “election” and “artillery” sermons. The pulpits were […]

Sermons on Egalitarianism and Feminism from Mercy Seat Christian Church. The Continued Egalitarian Attack Upon Holy Scripture. God is our Father. The Bible reveals Him as such and refers to Him as such repeatedly. But there is a move afoot (and has been for nearly 40 years now) to remove all reference to God’s maleness; […]

Every year thousands of Christians amble down to their local county courthouse and obtain a marriage license from the State in order to marry their future spouse. They do this unquestioningly. They do it because their pastor has told them to go get one, and besides, “everybody else gets one.” This pamphlet attempts to answer […]

Sermons on the Kingdom of God
October 5, 2015

Sermons from the Kingdom of God series at Mercy Seat Christian Church. How God’s Kingdom Expands in the Earth. God does have a kingdom. His kingdom is here in the earth now. His kingdom is to expand in the earth. How does His kingdom expand in the earth? This sermon lists five ways through which […]

Sermons: Church History
October 5, 2015

Sermons on Church History from Mercy Seat Christian Church, including A Defense of the Crusades, Katherine von Bora: A Labor Day Sermon, The Hounded and The Martyred (Luther and Hus) and Nicholas von Amsdorf – Champion of Magdeburg, available here.

The Destructive Influence of Pietism in American Society
March 17, 2012

Christian men of old saw things far differently. They Believed the civil authorities should “kiss the Son, lest He be angry” (Psalm 2:10-12). They sought to win the magistrates of their day to Christ or to at least respect His rule. They understood that the law of God in society was needed, and that civil government was suppose to be a picture of God’s justice and glory in the earth, causing men to consider matters of eternal salvation.

Sunlight was just beginning to break over the darkness of the morning as my wife and I hurl toward the entrance of the cold brick-faced building. Fear and apprehension gripped me each step of the way. A thousand questions and thoughts raced through my mind. “How much pain will there be? Why the heck did I ever do this in the first place? Maybe I should just leave.”