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A Light Was Kindled - Part 1

C. Raymond Holmes

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“At Wittenberg a light was kindled whose rays should extend to the uttermost parts of the earth, and which was to increase in brightness to the close of time.” (Great Controversy, p. 126) “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” (John 1:5) As long as the light shines the darkness does not, and cannot, overcome it. Turn the light on in a pitch dark- room, and the darkness is dispelled. But what happens if you turn out the light? This seminar theme will be developed by a combination of proclamation, lecture and personal testimony.

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C. Raymond Holmes

Pastor, missionary, retired seminary professor, and author

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  • June 18, 2018
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Heavenly Father we're so thankful to be here again a camp meeting for this marvelous yearly spiritual feast we pray that your Holy Spirit would be present at every meeting anoint every speaker every presenter and make your name and your word the lifted up and glorified in Jesus' name amen just to study of the history of the Reformation is bold inspiring and depressing inspiring because the Holy Spirit moved mightily 500 years ago as we will see as we go along but sadly there was the During the color affirmation that followed a lot of persecution beheadings people were burned at the stake because of their new faith. A stablished charge prosecuted pop Protestants the wall of dense aeons and the. Can't remember the name in all French Protestants Yeah. And. The sad part depressing part is that Protestants even persecuted Protestants so it's a it's both inspiring and depressing I want to dedicate this seminar to the late Dr Walter Cooke a man that's a Finnish name a Lutheran theologian who was my spiritual mentor. And friend who called from the Book of Job he was my a life you who said to job. Surely you have spoken and my ears and I have heard the sound of your words and the ear tests words as the palate tastes food One Mind for one my wife 1st became a 7th Day Adventist. And I was in a dilemma. Professor Cook and then listen to me for 2 days I spent out his home and after listening to me for 2 days up to life completely on burden on him he said to me he said Ray you need to ask God what he's trying to say to you he did not respond to me on the seal logical doctrinal level but on the aspect of level where my need was the greatest and when he spoke those words it was as if God himself had spoken to me because it virtually gave me his approval and his permission to investigate further and I remember I drove from his home and home would Illinois to Anders university I was driving a Volkswagen camper and I parked in the seminary parking lot and I went in my purpose was to just take a look and meet as many people as I could and then I went home and the rest of the story unfolded but many years later the much of the he and I kept contact for all those years in between because I like I said he was my friend and about was about 10 years ago I called him on the phone he lived in Minneapolis. And we talked for quite a while on the telephone and his last words to me in that cold conversation. Were these he says I have concluded that this church Evan Jellicoe Lutheran Church in America that I had been a part of is a Christ less Church his word and I thought about that because we hung up right after that and I thought I've had I have to go down to Minneapolis and see him and said I had his feet and see what you mean by that and I was making plans to do that one on Thursday of that week I talked with him on Monday on Thursday his son called me and he told me my dad died this morning and he told me he wants you to do his funeral sermon and the funeral was on Saturday and I was Thursday I had 2 days to get prepared and drive down to Dekalb Illinois on President and I had a Lutheran seminary professor theologian asking a 7th Day Adventist retired 7 ery professor to preach the sermon at his funeral so in my sermon I told a story of his last words to me and I said we'll never know what he meant by that but it does give us something to think about so he says he's going to close at that that Lutheran Church denomination was a priceless church How did that happen it happened because Solara script or are the Bible alone was being abandoned and when the bird when the word is abandoned Christ is lost. Because Luther himself said the Bible is the cradle. In which Christ is laid Alan White said this God will have a people upon the earth to maintain the Bible and the Bible ONLY as to the standard of all doctrines and the basis of all reforms or changes that's important she says the opinions of learned men that he duction Zal of science the decrees or decisions of ecclesiastical councils as numerous and discordant are the churches which they represent the voice of the majority not one nor all of these should be regarded as evidence for or against and any point of religious faith before accepting any doctrine or precept we should demand a plain thus say of the Lord and its support as from the great controversy page 595 the theme of this series the 7 are is taken from John chapter one verse 5 and it reads The light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it as long as the light shines the darkness does not and cannot overcome it if you turn the light on in the pitch dark room what happens darkness is dispelled but if you turn the light off what happens the darkness takes over back in the 1960 S.. When I was still a Lutheran minister. Showed me and by the way oh the the administrators that I've pastored for the last 24 years is less than a mile. From the last Lutheran Church I pastor and when I left that when I left the Lutheran church we had 600 that ties members to packed services every Sunday now they're lucky if they get 35 people to one service anyway back in the sixty's I was attending a meeting of lucerne pastors in the U.P. and one of the subjects we were discussing was Ian Thorpe or Taishan alb and the authority of the Bible the Word of God and I felt obliged to defend the Bible's authority imagine having had to do that at a meeting of ministers and one of the pastors who was a recent seminary graduate he came up to me and he shook his finger in my face and he said very vehemently he said the day is coming so no one people like he'll will not be allowed in the Lutheran ministry while that event with together with the Vacation Bible School material for that summer and that Lutheran church I was pastor and my wife was the B.B.S. superintendent that year and she had ordered the B.B.'s material and when it came she opened the box and began to look through it and she came to me and she said we can't teach this and I said why not she said it's evolution it's not creation because the team was on creation but it was teaching evolution. And I looked at it and sure enough I packed it all back in the box sent it back to the bookstore and I wrote a letter and I told them why you see what was happening while the event of that meeting with the pastors and problem with V.B. S material all of that began the process of disillusion that eventually culminated in our transition into the 7th Day Adventist Church and what this illustrates is that the authority of the Word of God The Bible is still the central issue for the Christian church after 500 years it's still the issue and it's the issue for us my I have a Lutheran pastor friend in fact he was he was a man I succeeded in my 1st Lutheran parish which was in the U.P. trawled Crick Painesville And euen as late as name is Leslie Niemi we visited him on Thursday as we came up here but. A couple of years ago he sent me a copy of the latest biography of Martin Luther was titled Martin Luther visionary reformer and I read it of course and I was struck by this statement by the author he says the cause of the Reformation turned out to be momentous in a way that neither Luther nor stop its stop its was the Roman priest up was the head of the monastery in which Luther was a mock He says the cause turned out to be momentous in a way that neither Luther nor stop it could imagine. A cosmic contest between Christ and the double to be settled on the last day on call what does that sound like. A great controversy that's always like a 70 AD in a statement in the latest biography a loser written by a loser and Anyway I'm out we need to ask what what is the mission of the church and Jesus speaking to His disciples made it absolutely clear. Matthew 28 verse 18 and Jesus came and said to his disciples all of Torah tea and heaven anon or earth has been given to me goal therefore and make disciples of all nations that ties ings in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit there is a trinity teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you where as I took all all nations everywhere the whole earth all people and do what make disciples hall by teaching and baptising teaching what everything does he has commanded and when he said I have commanded he was referring to the Father Son and Holy Spirit now the Apostle Paul put it this way if you want to turn to 2nd divinity chapter for Paul put this put it this way too young to MITI verse one I charge you in the present sub God and of Christ Jesus who is to judge the living under the dead and by his appearing and his kingdom preach the word. Be reading N. season and out of season reprove rebuke and exhort with complete patience and teaching for the time is coming when people will not endorse ALM to teaching or doctrine but having etching errors they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths but as for you'll always be sober minded and or suffering do the work of an evangelist fulfill your ministry there it is that text was Red Bull to my ordination. When I was ordained into the Lutheran ministry and on $1.00 or day and at Pioneer Memorial Church and to the ad been a sman astri by the way elder Pearson who was president of the General Conference ordained me preach the word the scriptures the truth been ringing in my ears ever said because I have been ordained twice I've tried to convince the brother and I should get double salary and. Double vacation but days but they say the millet doesn't mean that it means you have to do twice as much work. And noticed that Paul says reproved and exhort and not only that but he says rebuild now you can get into trouble rebuking but there it is how do you do that how do you do how does a preacher review by preaching the word the word and does the rebuking not the preacher. The power is in the word knots and the preacher preach the Word and patience and in love nothing else that's our duty that's our calling that's our ministry our mission no matter what whether it's popular or not we are called to do it consistently and the Lord told me that twice when I was ordained both as a Lutheran and as and I had been been ringing in my ears and we are to do it without deviation without compromise of biblical principles for the sake of peace why because as Ellen White says listen to these word we must often proclaim a message that is directly in opposition to the people's sins prejudices and customs or it's a culture of the time that's from the review and herald July $24894.00 so why in the context of this solemn charge and in the 2nd Timothy Chapter 4 Why does Paul say as for you and door suffering it's because there is a price to pay for faithfulness to God's word to his will to his truth you know today we hear an awful lot about justice and fairness and saw there is nothing on just or unfair about the truth keeping the truth obeying the truth it's called Faithful. Compromising the world and all of I want to repeat also something else here she says it's too costly to make peace with the world by giving up the principles of truth too costly let the followers of Christ settled it in their minds that they will never compromise truth never yield one iota of principle for the favor of the world quote from the same source review in The Herald July 24 8094 compromising the Word of God is not the way to finish the work that Paul himself pay a price. He did if you open to 2nd Corinthians Chapter 11. Let him tell it in his own words as we look at the mission of the church on the times and which we live let us be confident I will secure the Abacha to go ahead of myself I want to read the text 1st 2nd chromed is 112-4228 he says 5 times I received at the hands of the Jews the 40 lashes lest 13 times I was beaten with drugs once I was stoned 3 times I was shipwrecked on night and a day I was adrift at sea on frequent journeys in danger from rivers danger from robbers danger from my own people danger from Gentiles danger in the city danger in the wilderness danger at sea danger from false brothers and tall and hardship through many a sleepless night and hunger and thirst often without food and cold and exposure. And apart from other things Listen to this there is the daily pressure on me of my anxiety for all the churches now as we look at the mission of the church on the times of which we live let us be confident that as Ellen White says the church may appear as about to fall but it does not fall in other words God is going to preserve it it remains none but those who have been overcoming by the blood of the Lamb and the word of their testimony will be found with the loyalty and the true selected messages Volume 2 page $380.00 to church will remain true to the Word of God. But that will not happen without the word of their testimony who wish it dressing that to when you read it out today who should talk it to. Make you the current disciples members of the sub Day Adventist Church that's who she's speaking to. And she says that it is the very struggle for biblical face that makes the Church strong she says the remnant of purified their souls by obeying the truth to gather strength for the trying process same reference now today we're hearing appeals for unity as that's all and we all know that unity is essential in order to finish the mission that we have been given and let me borrow a metaphor here now and say yes we have to sing in harmony that is we have to be in agreement in thought and action. But in order to do that in order to sing in harmony we have to sing in unison which means that we have to sing the same song with the same sound and the same pitch with our eyes fixed on the director capital D. and of musical score as opposed to written by the composer no choir can sing in harmony in unison apart from Unity each member of the choir or segment such as tenors or Sopranos does not saying the same music the result is discord and disharmony is that true and then also in 1st Corinthians Chapter 4 verses one and 2 speaking of himself as a servant of Christ and a steward of the mysteries of God The apostle Paul made it very clear as he says that it is required of stewards that they be following trustworthy now a store is one who takes care of something who cares for and pro texts and garments a stored is one who can be depended on to stay true to the Word of God and then he says in verse 6 of that passage I have applied all these things to myself and to Apollos his companion for your benefit that you may learn listen that you may learn by us not to goal beyond what is written in here and the student of the Reformation no. That Martin Luther was heavily influenced by the letters of Paul and that he drew theological and doctrinal knowledge from those that live those letters as well as personal faith and a kind of courage and spiritual strength that was needed at times of crisis it was the words of Paul the change Luther by the way he's still one of my heroes I was so thankful when I read those chapters in great controversy on the Reformation violent boy so the words of Paul changed Luther and through him they changed the course of history and the world anew and I would not be here today preaching teaching believing the gospel of salvation by grace through faith or not for the words of Paul and looters response to those words words that were heard by a simple man. Who was sincerely trying to do everything that he thought was necessary to be accepted by God Luther had a very sensitive conscience he was very much aware of sin and he even went so far as a mark of beating him self with a whip because of sin but his efforts and not satisfy him he still felt this terrible burden of guilt and sin and he used as a monk used to go to confession to another priest many times a day not just once a week or once a day but many times a day sometimes he would stay he would spend the whole night on his knees crying out to God confessing his sin but it did nothing all of his efforts. Until he heard Romans 3 verse 24 that he was justified by God's grace as a gift through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus that is Sol La Crosse E L by grace alone are we saved of before he could hear that he had to hear something else he called it soul love script or oh the Bible a lot as the source of truth for faith and life in general at that time and the Bible start where the church were chained to the Elector and the average church member didn't have access to it one of the greatest things of the Reformation was one Gutenberg invented movable type and printed the 1st Bible and they began to get it into the hands of the lay people so everything doctrinal and experience all depends on and derives from sola scriptura But the unfortunately the medieval church never accepted that insisting that the tradition and the power of bishops are equal to the Bible if not superior to the Bible. In other words the authority of the church above that of the word and 500 years after Luther some Protestants are giving lip service to Sola Scriptura even abandoning it altogether and favor of what are called Felt needs and the pressures and demands of culture and that has culminated in a and a recent declaration by it's a joint declaration by both the Vatican. And the Lutheran World Federation which isn't the only Brillo that covers all of the Lutheran churches in the world declaring that the Reformation was a mistake and only the opinion of one man which is nonsense because when you study Reformation history Luther wasn't the only one there were many reformers and that declaration also says the Reformation is older is that why many Lutheran churches today aren't celebrating the Reformation anymore of course that was inevitable prophesied on October 3120162 years ago the pope and the archbishop of the Lutheran Church of Sweden conducted a joint service in a Lutheran Cathedral in Sweden that would have been unthinkable even 50 years ago but to abandon solo script Torah is to abandon the Reformation U.Z. And I wonder is that why my faith friend Professor cool K'naan said to the that the Evan Jellicoe Lutheran Church in America is a Christ less Church disconnecting old and new testament law from the Gospel and even in some cases insisting and be careful of this one that the Holy Spirit is doing new things in the church today and our time putting the authority of the spirit above that of the written word you see part of our mission a 7th Day Adventist is to draw attention once again to Paul's and little service rubber it's for and reliance upon the scriptures. Paul begins his letter to the Romans by calling attention in the 1st chapter verse 2 to the Holy Scriptures dealing with justification he asks Chapter 4 verse 3 what does the Scripture say and then he says Abraham believed God and it was scolded to him as right just what was called to him as belief and got and Chapter 9 of Romans verse 6 Paul calls scripture the Word of God and making clear that there is no distinction between July and Greek with regard to salvation Paul says in chapter 10 verse 11 the Scripture says everyone who believes in Him And Jesus will not be put to shame and in chapter 11 verse 2 he underscored that quote God has not rejected his people the Jews and then he asked Do you not know what the Scripture says it is in the scriptures that we find hope Chapter 15 verse 4 Paul says whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction now he was including till Testament in that the throne Dorrance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope now can you imagine the kind of impact at passages like that had on that pious monk who was kneeling by his bedside during the night struggling with his guilt and his sin and finding no relief or assurance from what he was doing no matter how many times he repented no matter how many times he come fast to another priest. No matter how many times he was given the absolution and when it came to the authority that Paul claimed for the preaching of the gospel of the death and resurrection of Christ Paul said unequivocally 1st Corinthians 15 vs 3 and 4 that all of that was quote in accordance with the Scriptures and speaking further of hope in the context of his ministry Paul says and turn to 2nd Corinthians Chapter 4 begin reading it with verse 13. Runty As for 13 since we have the same spirit of faith. According to what has been retired and he quotes I believe them so I spoke we also believe and we also will speak knowing that he will raise the Lord Jesus will raise us also with Jesus and bring us with the you into His presence for it is all for your sake so that as Grace extends to more and more people it may increase thanksgiving to the glory of God sall we do not lose heart though all or all of our nature is wasting away our entered a teacher is being renewed to day by day for this slight momentary of flexion is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comprehension or comparison as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen for the things that are seen are transient but the things that are unseen are eternal grace a little bit of a footnote here Grace for the 7th Day Adventists believe or. As understood to mean more than the demonstration of God's loving and forgiving forgiving attitude toward center for us grace is his divine power not just acknowledged forensic Kelly but experientially it doesn't just change the centers standing before God It changes to center and lordly Grace is a word that is heard bitterly used by our Evan Jellicoe friends who do not understand it as a divine power that operates and wordly some unfortunately some 7th Day Adventists have adopted this view of grace this Evan Jellicoe view and so they are unable to experience victory over sent and they get discouraged and move closer to the oven Jellicoe view of grace I've been told by individuals don't talk to us about obedience don't talk to us about holiness or right just just tell us how much Jesus loves us of course he loves us it loves us so much he went to the cross to die for said that's not all he did he sent the Holy Spirit to work inwardly and change us and make us righteous not just say we're right just but make us right yes see the difference and how important it is so whether Paul a new way throughout Romans and Corinthians Paul uses the phrase and it's written at least 13 times. And whether he speaks about his development of the truths of doctrine or the development of his own theological thought or addressing issues and the early church as references always to the Scriptures what is written now you contrast that with trying to convince the church that the Bible doesn't really say what it says if I had listened to that kind of argument back in the seventy's I would not be here today I would have I would have fled from Anders' university if that's the kind of argument I had her on I came to her and so no wonder a deeply involved in the organizing of the early church or Paul said to Timothy 2nd Timothy 3 Verse 14 he says Timothy As for you will continue in what you have learned knowing from whole you learned it and how from childhood you have been acquainted with the sacred writings which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus all scripture is breathed out or inspired by God and profitable for teaching for reproof for Couric chosen and for training in righteousness that the man the messenger of God may be competent and equipped for every good work Paul was an example for those like Timothy and Titus and later Martin Luther and others who would take his place as spiritual leaders during a critical period and Christian history. It's on the basis of scripture alone the bolts the qualifications for ministry and how the spirit and powered equipping for ministry as revealed on accomplished and what of the example Paul was Ellen White says in Acts of the Apostles page $332.00 fully convinced of the reality of the truth and trusted to him nothing could induce Paul to handle the Word of God deceit fully or to conceal the convictions of his soul he would not purchase wealth honor or pleasure by conformity to the oh pinions of the world though in constant danger of martyrdom for the face he had preached to the Corinthians it was in complete harmony with his faith and and reliance on the written Word of God to leave as his legacy a lap a stalling instruction those resolving words already quoted that are read at ordination services if you were at the Ordination Service sabotage afternoon you heard those words preach the word and so as stewards of the mysteries of God It is our duty to pay close attention to Paul's charge to Timothy and 1st Timothy $620.00 he says guard the deposit. That is to say the word of God the doctrine the truth guard the deposit and trusted to us guard it and concerning truth itself Ellen White says and early writings page $96.00. She says that it is straight plan Claire and stands out boldly in its own defense she exhorts all of us members pastors in Vangelis leaders scholars teachers quote left the plain simple statement of the Word of God the food for the mind speculating upon ideas that are not clearly presented there is a dangerous business a goal you don't need a 900 page dissertation to explain it of God's word means and you know I've been a impressed over the years that when you when you read the history of the founding of the 7th Day Adventist Church and you read about those pioneers that were meeting together and praying and studying the Scriptures who were they it's interesting when you when you know who they were there was not one Ph D. or th D. among them they were all laymen like you so let me just very briefly outline for you the the Spirit of Prophecy principles of Bible interpretation it's not complicated number one she says the Bible is its own interpreter Number 2 she says take the Bible as it reads right controversy page 88 number 3 Focus on the Bible's plain statements revealing Harold January 27885 and she repeats about the later 1988. And then number 4 explain the language of the Bible hoarding to its obvious meaning Now what that means folks as such you don't need a theologian to interpret the Bible for you the Bible and you and the Holy Spirit if you followed all simple rules you can understand everything the Bible is its own interpreter take the Bible as it reads focus on the Bible's plain statements and explain the language of the Bible according to its obvious meaning Listen to this from Paul for God who said Let light shine out of darkness has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ 2nd Current events for Chapter 6 now I know well in this 1st presentation we haven't spent a lot of time in the Reformation but what I wanted to do was to put the what we're going to be saying this week in its contemporary context so that it is relevant so now we're going to talk a little bit about the times 500 years ago Isaiah 60 or 22 size the least one that is to say an insignificant person shall become a clan many and the smallest one a mighty nation a movement numbering thousands and now today millions over 20000000 sub Day Adventists. I am the Lord he says in its time I will hasten that I will bring the ball I will hasten that the Reformation is not over it was not a mistake it was just a beginning and here in one verse and Isaiah the inspiration of the Holy Spirit allows us a little bit of an insight regarding God's choice of the right time and the right man to make such a powerful impact on the world that it has been felt up to our own day and I want to even go as far as to say if it hasn't been for loser and the other reformers if it hadn't been for what happened 500 years ago there would never have been a 7th Day Adventist Church either we all wrote sir in the Reformation praise God Luther is still one of my spiritual heroes and spite of all of his faults and I'll show you later how. ALM how he even. Believing so thoroughly and of his in the power of the word how he changed it I'll show you now why did God choose the period in world history that was known as the Middle Ages or the Dark Ages or the medieval period for that great event of the reformation of course people who were living then did not call it that they didn't call it the Middle Ages or the Medieval Times or The Dark Ages later historians you know use those labels and why did he choose the man whose name was Martin Luther to light the flame What was the world in life like 500 years ago what was it about that period. That in God's timing made what is called a reformation all necessary and also possible there is so much historical material there's no way that that I could share all of it with you in just 5 mornings so we can only summarize and mention highlights you wonder why we live in a time when the world has been getting smaller and smaller at least outside our perception I could leave the airport and Ironwood Michigan and the U.P. early in the morning and land in Manila in the Philippines by nightfall that's halfway around the world I can send an e-mail message to you on my i Pad you would get in an instant long before you could arrive where I add and 500 years ago all the world was a great on no people had little contact beyond their immediate neighbors 100 miles was a great great distance Nala you can drive it in your car in less than 2 hours but when you travel by foot or on a horse on 100 miles long way and one loser was living in the monastery and among He made a pilgrimage from Saxony Germany in the year 1511 to the city of Rome in Italy he was 28 years old when he did that and that was a long distance I should've figured it out in miles but I didn't How did he get there from Germany to roll couldn't fly couldn't take a train tolls things were not even dreamed of in those days I was long before the Industrial Revolution he walked. Maybe once in a while he was able to ride a horse I don't know a long way from Saxony to roll 860 OK tanks so one reason why it was called the Middle Ages or the Dark Ages is because New Age was just a ball to dawn it was happening already it was called the Renaissance and life was changing dramatically for the average person it was an age of discovery and 1492 Columbus sailed west undiscovered the new world I was a major event in world history and they they discovered that the world was much larger than they had ever imagined it was an age of inventions the invention of the telescope changed the conception of the whole universe. Copernic Copernicus came up with the idea when he invented the telescope and began looking at the stars and so on he came up with the idea that the earth was a planet that moved around the sun that the earth was not the center of the universe anymore the song was the center and the earth revolved around the sun imagine the impact that made on people's mind and fact he was even condemned by the church as a heretic for daring to come up with such a revolutionary idea gunpowder was invented which changed warfare up until then on there was a battle fought it was face to face with swords or maces where you bludgeoned each other to death and the impact of that can be compared with the atomic weapons in the 20th century culminating in the atomic bomb dropped on Japan in 1905. Terrified people ever sence old certainties began to be doubted people began questioning things spiritual things as well as physical there was a search for beauty and truth that begat hours of time one artist like Leonardo da Vinci of Michelangelo appeared on the scene study of the ancient Greek classics begat and a spirit of criticism began to emerge that could not be contained and the invention of paper followed by one of the greatest inventions ever known movable type and printing which I've already mentioned and in $1456.00 John Goodman bird printed the 1st Latin Bible Now that was an event because now for the 1st time in history people had access to the Word of God but they could now read and interpret the present selves and sold the Middle Ages the Dark Ages was a time of great upheaval there's a lot more that you can say about it you know when you try to imagine what it was like back in those days there was no industry most people were farmers or or lumberjacks are Solar's seamstresses people lived off the land so truly a new age was dawning and God must have known this is the pipeline. Of time was right. Put his finger on the little ball mark. This media was brought to you by audio person a website dedicated to spreading God's word through free sermon audio and much more if you would like to know more about audio verse for you would like to listen to more sermons please visit W.W.W. dot audio Verse dot org.

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