The Dean of American Preaching, Gardner C. Taylor, Dies and Major Publications such as USA Today Don’t Choose to Run it, but a Little-Known Dermatologist, Frederic Brandt, Dies and he Is In USA Today. Christians, As We Have Told You Before, You Need to Stop Trying to Be Accepted by the World because This Is How the World Is Going to Do You; And Preachers Need to Stop Compromising the Word of God to be Accepted by the President and People in Power and Start Preaching “Thus Saith the Lord” to the President and the World. Read Further What Gardner C. Taylor Said About That.

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On yesterday, Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015, the dean of American preaching, Dr. Gardner C. Taylor went home to be with the Lord. Hardly any of the major newspapers such as USA Today and the New York Times, are running a story about him. But a little-known dermatologist from Florida, Frederic Brandt, also died and numerous papers including USA Today are running stories about his death and the impact he had on people’s lives. This should serve as a message to Christians. We need to stop trying to live like the world and trying to be accepted by the world, and instead be faithful to God and to the callings He has given to each of us. The world does not care about you in this life and it will not give you a few sentences of mention when you die. This is how the world will treat people who are faithful and dedicated to God as Gardner C. Taylor was.

And Preachers Need to Stop Compromising the Word of God to be Accepted by the President and People in Power and Start Preaching “Thus Saith the Lord” to the President and the World. Read Further What Gardner C. Taylor Said About That:

 

“One of our chief problems as preachers is finding enough inner security, by God’s grace, to do our work without being intimidated by the society around us, and without trying to court the favor of people who are in power.”

 

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