I just got done reading the sermon on emotionalism
. I found it very uplifting; not because of the language that was used, but because of the message. I am somewhat of an itinerant preacher but have settled down recently to work with a small congregation that is not more than 10 miles down the road from one of these emotionally-purposed denominations. As I have traveled throughout the South, I see more and more of this emotionalism being pushed off on us as legitimate worship and it distresses me. All I can say is to keep up the good work, the work of the Lord, with the same purpose that Christ had, to seek and save the lost (not weaken and cheapen the cross). Thank you.
Answer:I appreciate the kind words.