Preached on Sunday, June 21, 2020 as we go through our Summer in the Psalms 2020.
Post hoc, ergo propter hoc–“after this, therefore because of this.” We hear this fallacy in many different arguments, but we must beware. Pastor Matt speaks briefly about the logical fallacy of cause and effect.
I’m starting a little series on YouTube on logical fallacies. Here’s the first one. We have to understand these fallacies in order to sort through all the problematic information coming our way.
Times Square Church–New York City, June 2019
To bask is to “lie in or be exposed to a pleasant warmth; to enjoy a pleasant situation.” Sadly, we have found ourselves basking in things that promise light but have no heat; things that promise pleasure but have no substance. It’s time for God’s people dream and to live BIG–where we bask in God and all that He has shown Himself through His Son.
PART 2: BIG – BASKING IN GOD – BIG PRAYER: BASKING IN GOD’S POWER AND PRESENCE (Ephesians 3:14-21)
PART 4: BIG – BASKING IN GOD – BIG BOX: BASKING IN GOD’S KINGDOM (Matthew 6:25-34)
PART 5: BIG – BASKING IN GOD – BIG RELIANCE: BASKING IN DEPENDING ON GOD (Hebrews 4:14-16)
PART 6: BIG – BASKING IN GOD – BIG REACH: BASKING IN THE GREAT COMMISSION (1 Corinthians 9:15-27)
PART 7: BIG – BASKING IN GOD – BIG LIFT: BASKING IN CHRISTIAN ENCOURAGEMENT (1 Thessalonians 5:1-11)
The first time I heard this was in the summer of 1994. I was a summer music minister at the First Baptist Church of Old Homosassa, FL. One of the senior adult members there, Mr. Munn, let me borrow this VHS tape. It was the first Gaither Homecoming tape. Many of these singers were struggling to make ends meet when Bill Gaither brought them together. They were reintroduced to the public and ended not only financially sound but with some dignity.Here is Doris Akers (composer of “Sweet, Sweet Spirit”) singing “Sweet Jesus.”