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Great Sermon! This is VERY, VERY frustrating to listen to. Dr. Waite has the ability to give excellent analysis and is one of my favorite teachers at this site. However, this message is interrupted every 3 seconds with muffled questions and muffled answers, muffled questions and muffled answers. I give up!
Great Sermon! FANTASTIC! Great exegesis, great application. Although it made up a minor part of the entire message, I appreciated the exposition of Ezekiel 11.
The sermon was given in 2003. I just heard this in 2009 when the culture has become so much worse.
Interesting, Illuminating, and Edifying There were a great many insights into Scripture that have not been evident in my past studies of the Word. What I loved the most was the light shed on the depravity of Jericho; the resultant curse on the city; and the conseqquences to the family of the man who rebuit it. To then connect this with Christ's visit to the city was masterful. Thanks again to Northern Ireland and the Free Presbyterian Church which took root there.
Very Well Said! Speaking as a Baptist in Southern California, I am so impressed with so much rich teaching coming from this particular area of the world. The evangelical church of Northern Ireland (with teachers like Rev. Thompson and Rev. Paisley, others who are now teaching in America) recalls to mind that small Church of Philadelphia which our Lord commended in the Revelation.
Wonderful Teaching I am very happy to have discovered this pastor-teacher for he takes his task for more seriously than the "lay-back" contemporary teachers of the day. I like getting the most out of the Word for the time spent studying it..
The sermon was an outstanding exposition of the text with application to the sovereignty of God. However, I would have appreciated more description of the historical predicament of Judah, fearsomeness of the invading armies, and whether or not this prophesy had any bearing on the slaying of the 186,000 Assyrian soldiers in the day of Hezekiah.