Great Sermon! THANK YOU SO MUCH! Been searching for a good explanation of this passage for a while. Heard many; but this one brought new, much needed insight tonight. Listened to it because it was featured! So thankful! May God bless you and your ministry! Hallelujah!
Great Sermon! Honestly this was the greatest sermon I have ever heard in my life . I am almost nineteen ,and I grew up in a abusive home ; and I had repressed hurt If you have been a victim of any bad situation , I highly recommend this sermon to anyone .
Just a general cooment I would like to share. I have raised 5 kids and 2 foster children. They had clean clothes, hot meals and a structured life. I worked part time inbetween. We had a steady church life. And guess what? I loved my role as mother and each of my children have thanked me for a "good upbringing." I would do it all over again. Young women, never undermine this God given role. There are so many rewards.
Abuse in all forms is destructive You don't have to have your head knocked in to have suffered from abuse. Verbal and emotional is just has destructive and sometimes worse because there are no physical scars. The abuser is master at wearing many masks. He loves to make the victim appear crazy. He loves to isolate the victim. Nothing will ever be good enough for him. You are his adversary from the start, but you just don't know that. You are his UNFINISHED BUSINESS with his past.
Great Sermon! I'm loving the revelation series! It's also great to be able to listen to the Ephesians series in between Sundays. I listen to one sermon each night, sometimes during the day also. I wish there was a way to listen to all of the previous series from years gone by.
A much needed message There is a great lack of dying to self in the North American church today. Washer pins the problem accurately as he points us back to the doctrine of regeneration. Without a supernatural salvation, we have no real reason for self-denial and following Christ at all costs.