Great Sermon! Bro. Phil, I made a comment on this but seems didn't make it here. Maybe it was too lengthy. I listened to this either last night or night before and I really enjoyed it and was a blessing to me. Thank you.
Great Sermon! What a marvelous message. My heart was soaring and leaping at the telling of the grandeur and majesty of King Jesus. I felt like I was privy to the coronation of King and Lord Jesus. This has blessed me to the depths of my being. Thank you.
Great Sermon! Very moving. I felt carried back to the first century when Bro. Andreas carried greetings across the globe from the believers in Milan to this convention and to any of us believers of the present day hearing his message. Precious. I can attest, as a former Catholic plucked out of darkness by God's gracious design and mercy, that the reformation is not dead at least to me, in my heart and thoughts and beliefs and doctrine today. Bro. Andreas, I know English is not your native tongue, but your excellent exhortation and encouragement was beautifully and clearly expressed. Thank you. Greetings back to the believers in Milan and God's rich Blessings to the seven reformed pastors and their flocks in Italy. Shalom.
Great Sermon! You go miss Heidi. What a little powerhouse of Valor you are. I am proud to call you a sister in the faith if Jesus Christ and will pray for you everyday along with pastor Saeed and worldwide believers being persecuted and slaughtered for the true faith.
Great Sermon! I love this sermon. I am astounded each time I think about Christ's righteousnes, that His rrighteousness was imputed to my account, that He became sin for me, His substitutionary death, my propitiation to appease God's just wrath against me. Oh yeah. Astonished He didn't let me stay wallowing in ritual Roman religion but plucked me out and revealed Christ and His righteousness to me. Astonishing.
Great Sermon! Excellent. Thank you. Tho many grievous points such as the depth of Christ's anguish at betrayal, and the disciples with no discernment at this point, but very good message to us all. Love the quote from Leon Morris.
Great Sermon! This is so good and has some good correctional points I think. I'd not heard the term fencing the table, but what a beautiful way to honor and protect the sacredness of what is the Lord's. Believers aren't called or permitted to play foot loose and fancy free with God's doctrines or ordinances of His New Covenant. Very good. I truly desire God's very rich Blessings on all that transpires to His glory within the new building. To God alone be the glory.