Fascinating Insights... ...Into the nature of idleness, and its destructive effect on mental and physical energy. As well as the invigorating power of God-sanctioned honest hard work. Thank you, Pastor Gables.
Invaluable Sermon! If a believer had any every wondered what baptism symbolises, this invaluable sermon will put him or her in the picture. Baptism by immersion (the Biblical model) doesn't save (Dr Minsky makes that clear); but it's an important act of obedience nonetheless for its profound significance for the believer.
Oh what a message of serious warning! It could be said that the topics of work and laziness are not where a Christian might expect serious warning, but in the hands of Pastor Hoffman they certainly do! We'd all do well to listen: laziness is dangerous, morally, spiritually and in every other way imaginable. This is a salutory sermon!
Wow! What an incredible story! This has got to be one of the...if not the single most moving testimonies I have ever heard. Begun so quietly and modestly by the engaging Dr Daniel, in time I was wholly engrossed by the incredible and frankly tragic details of his pre-Christian life. I laughed, I had tears in my eyes, I had goose bumps, I was inspired, as he recounted the events leading up to and including his final coming to Christ...as one who like him was once on the edge, as he describes it...although in a slightly later era. For him, it was the Hippie age, for me it was that straddling Punk: Like him I went through rebellion, substance abuse, outlandish dress and attitudes, intellectual searching, and a terrible self-destructive lifestyle: until I was saved aged 37: my life has had a total purpose since. And so has his since his conversion. I cannot recommend this testimony highly enough: it's an incredibly enthralling story...and one of utter hope, born of total despair and loss. All I can say is: thank you Dr Daniel for sharing such an amazing and inspiring tale.
Short but important message I loved this short but uplifting sermon, full of Biblical wisdom about the vital importance of not forgetting God, I listened to it early in the afternoon, and it made me think, and I felt blessed by it.
This sermons hits home! Pastor Mooney makes it more than clear: alcohol is a danger to the very soul, even for professing Christians who keep drinking. I'm an ex-alcoholic, delivered by God from a dangerous drink problem which reduced a life full of promise to drunken desperation: although I've recovered much since giving up thanks to God. I can no longer drink though, and although I miss the pleasures of wine and beer...it is best this way and I can't help thinking it is God keeping me from alcohol. I pray any professing Christian tempted by the fleeting bliss provided by strong drink hear and heed this message: alcohol ruins lives; and snatches away souls...it only takes a split second for a soul to be lost. Thanks to Pastor Mooney for such a massively powerful message.
A wake-up call! As Pastor Tippins makes clear: We Christians should be aiming to live (and suffer) to the Glory of God, not escape through the bliss of alcohol, or any other substance. This is a wake-up call to me, a former alcoholic...one of a small percentage who escaped thanks to the Lord. Oh yes, I miss it at times; but it is clearly very wrong of me to do so, as Pastor Tippins makes very clear. May this message penetrate my hard hard head...and bless others who might be tempted by beverage alcohol.
A useful lesson... Deconstruction has exerted a colossal influence over Western philosophy in the last few decades: thanks to Bro,. Farley for explaining it for the benefit of those who may not yet be overly familiar with it.
Powerful message! Deconstruction, a facet of post-modern philosphy, is brilliantly explained by Brother Farley, in its relationship to the "Metanarratives" including Christianity; which no philosophy can ever surpass nor replace.
Superb Insight! A superb insight by Brother Harrell into the true depths of the injustice of Jesus' trial, and just what Jesus had to undergo by way of humiliation and cruelty in order that our sins be forgiven.
Great encouragement, Dr Cairns! In this short but beautifully rendered message, superb preacher and speaker Dr Cairns deals with one of the most disturbing passages of Scripture- concerning a Christian's possible loss of salvation - and yet makes it clear that it does not refer to genuinely saved born again men and women. A great message, and very reassuring. Recommended.
The Most Incredible History! What a wonderful sermon full of history of the Lost World of Genesis. Who can imagine that it contained some 7 billion people whom the sea shall one day give up. Comparisons between their world and ours; amazing insights into Genesis; this is indeed the most incredible history. Thank you, Dr Barrett.
Powerful! A wake-up call from Dr Morrow in the shape of classic old-school Bible preaching: we professing Christians need sermons like this. And there is forgiveness for those who turn to Christ in true repentance.
This great sermon says it all! About Baptism. It explains everything beautifully and in great detail. Very informative; nothing is left unexplained. One to pass on to loved ones who've not yet been baptised.
Superb sermon! This sermon explains the vital relationship between faith and repentance with brilliant clarity. Repentance towards God; faith in Christ. First-rate expository preaching. Recommended.