Great Sermon! I can not say how many times I've listened to this sermon. Trying to understand prolonged suffering is not easy. Thank God for this preacher and this sermon. I've shared it with several people.
I really like the preaching of Tullian Tchividjian especially his messages on the 10 commandments. The Lord Jesus Christ called all His disciples to preach the gospel every where. We all are in need of a great Savior and sin is sin in God's eye no matter what it is. No one is going to change unless a persons heart is changed. I really recommend that you listen to Tullian messages on the 10 commandments and be open to repentance.
My response Hello,
I listen to your commentary on a regular basis. I have thought about how I could respond to your agreement with the broad brushed, over generalizations you seem to agree with about the black community as a whole.
My response is pretty much summed up in the video below.
I hope you will take the time to watch this video and able to see its point. I also welcome further discussion on this topic.
gloriagoosby at yahoo dot com
Great Sermon! Please listen to this sermon. May God bless you as you listen. Thank you Pastor Black that through your words the Lord opened my eyes and now I see Him. Praise the Lord. It is not how strong or weak my faith is, It is all about King Jesus, Lord and Savior.
Encouraging Sermon! This sermon teaches that there are several motivations to duty in 1 Peter 1:1-13 -
1. election, predestination;
2. new birth, being born again, a changed life; [DV, more and more]
3. future reward/ "UNDEFILED. UNFADING INHERITANCE"; [loved that one, thank you]
4. testings, refining us to gold; [true truth]
5. increased love for Christ despite not seeing Him face-to-face; and,
6. prophetic realities which have led us and help us to persevere.
"THEREFORE: Prepare sober-mindedly for vigorous and sustain exertion!"
[I'd like to hear more from this man, please.]
Chldlike imitators trying to walk like Jesus walks "Never apologize for stopping and getting your tank filled up." Wise permission for us to remind ourselves (especially to those who've remained unmarried for a long while and truly adore Christ and His church with the best part of who they are - we need to remember that). But, I can't help but wonder, "Don't we also fill our own buckets by filling the buckets of others?" Just wondering... secondarily, of course (assuming we've gone to the 'source' ourselves consistantly otherwise, "No can do!")
This is the first sermon I've heard by Mark Hatfield. I'm not sure if it's the sermon or the preacher but he (you) remind me of Greg Nichols. I thought that especially when you said, "Don't dwell on how poorly you've loved... AND CONVERSELY, don't admire yourself for how well you've loved either...". PN makes applications like that. Those are the kinds that we tend to remember (or I do as one who errors on both the left and the right)... Me thinks, such applications tend to burn themselves into our minds for many, many days to come.
Easley, are you considering MH or is he just visiting as pulpit fill? Consider this man. ... or steal him.
Great Sermon! Thank you ever so much, Pastor Sam for this preached sermon. "Humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time". Truly, I cling to this! This was the perfect sermon to listen to at this exact moment of my life. Thank you. Thank you. I hope to tell you either this spring or this summer face to face when school gets out. Much love to you, grace and peace.
Great Sermon! I keep listening to this, over and over, Joseph. I need to. It's so hard. So hard. I love you for sharing this messgae, Brother, because you've drawn out weeds. Roots.
I'm going to listen again because there are so many practical applications that I just know that if I write out the verses, and the strategies suggested in applying them, that I'll be able to love others better.
I was going to say "at church" but I need to say "all ay long" (and with my family, AT WORK -my secular worldly work- and with the impressionable children in my care).
I truly love you.
This sermon, DV, will help me glorify our LORD more and, DV, help me to become better at it. ...
... May this sermon also enable His Church to do the same.
Great Sermon! I needed this. Oh, how I needed this. And you sang, "None but Jesus, none but Jesus..."!
"Come unto Me --all who are weary and heavy laden --and I will give you rest".
Thank you, Joseph.
I choose to sing, too, God helping me.
God Bless Thank you Pastor Lyle for showing me the presumption in my life. I have confessed my sins of presumption and patronization. Lord that I would lay aside my pride and rebellion and the love of this world and surrender all!