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Great Sermon! Oh so good. I never even knew I was in darkness until that moment in time when He said, "Let there be light." I had not seen as clearly the Light from Genesis onward as with this message. Must hear again. Thank you.
Great Sermon! This is so rich. It gives a whole different meaning and perspective that truly reflects everything else in God's Word. I'm looking forward to rereading Ecclesiates with my hebel glasses on. I submit that hebel has "substance!" thank you.
Great Sermon! This is so powerful. I don't know how that works, but this really should be a featured sermon. In fact, all of the sermons in this series of Things of Importance are excellent. Thank you, Bro. Russ.
Great Sermon! Captivated by Bro. William's reading of this portion of God's Word, but even more captivating is the unveiling of the mind-boggling faithfulness, long-suffering, and grace of our covenant God in stark contrast to the unfaithfulness of humankind in general and God's covenant people in particular. Much powerful application usward who are the covenant people of God through His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.
Great Sermon! Love your narration of this portion of God's precious Word. Oh the amazing grace of God! Here was a group of Hebrew synagogue elders with no clue that Yahwah was standing in their midst, yet grace had been given to this gentile captain to discern it. Amazing. In fact, the two places that record Lord Jesus marveling at someone's faith was at both gentiles, to the best of my recollection. One can only try to imagine having that spoken to them like, "Janine, I've not seen such faith in all of Louisiana." No, can't wrap my mind around that one.
Great Sermon! Was waiting for part two and not disappointed. Thank you. Look forward to future Sundays in additional attributes. I also claim Dr. Thomas as "my professor" through the Centerpoint online School of Theology when the sessions are in and on SA. Eagerly looking forward to the fall semester. Yet, I had not heard that humorous tho sad story of that church experience he and his family. Remembering you in prayer, Bro. Payne.