Dig deeper Rubio is still a practising Catholic. He does go on Saturday to the southern baptist mega church with wife but attends mass every Sunday. In fact he said he craves the Holy Sacrament -communion. Here is the link http://www.religionnews.com/2016/02/01/rubio-religion-catholic-evangelical/
I think we should not think about ourselfs and focus on those brothers who are suffering because of Jesus,let us pray for them as in the days of our Lord ...pastors need to get together for prayer for suffering christians ...
Mike, out of all the pastors on sermon. Audio you have the most view...and your church is not the prettiest or biggest or have the most people. And you attract the most people listening in...that is God making the least the best above all..I am amazed!
Thank you for your hard work. Kindly please upload the rest of " Woman in the Looking Glass " bible study series from James. The study was only upto chapter 3, I am looking forward to finish whole study of James. thank you.
Great Sermon! Great in-depth study on Godly Woman. I just finish the series and I think I would have to listen to it again. It is very informative, convicting, choke-full of information, very sound and timeless. Very much applicable specially in today's culture. It is such a blessing to be able to listen to all of them.
Thank you for the hard-work to download Paul Steele's sermon. I've been blessed and I think others too will be bless when they listen to his sermon.
Great Sermon! Beautiful, powerful sermon, especially on Palm Sunday. I wish the announcer hadn't piped up immediately as the prayer ended-it left no time for personal prayer and reflection in response to the sermon and prayer.
Seeing beyond our expectations, to His If you are hurting, or have lost something you hoped God would save, or are still praying for something He has not given, this is the sermon for you. I've always considered this one of the saddest and also most beautiful and glorious stories in Scripture: and one of the most beautiful concepts. That God does not work as we expect, and that beneath the hardest and toughest and most hurtful things in our lives is a deeper, "God-driven purpose." Listen to this sermon: really listen. It could change your life, and your perspective on it. What a sermon. What a Saviour.
Beautiful, beautiful psalms! It lifts the heart to be reminded of the power of actually singing the Word of God - the psalms are greater than any other song written by man, and not only change your heart in worship but change the way you look at life during the week. Encouraging reminder of this gift of words and music that The Lord has given His people.
No excuses Really thankful for this sermon on prayer. It's the kind that cuts through all your excuses and reminds you that though you might feel going to prayer is tiring or difficult, your entire life is far more tiring and difficult without it. There is no excuse, you don't even want to find one after this sermon. You just want to go to prayer.
Feeling discouraged? Listen! For all those who are feeling weary, feeling discouraged, or just "having a Monday": this is the sermon for you. Lay aside whatever it is you're using to distract yourself from the hardness of life, and hear the Word proclaimed to your help and joy. This may very well make my top 10 of favourite sermons ever.
Great Sermon! The 33 verses with QuickVerse / 32 verses with e-sword is explained by Quickverse including II Chronicles 20:22: And when they began to sing and to praise, the LORD set ambushments against the children of.... e-sword used exact phrase and quickverse included II Chron 20:22 with the comma "and to praise, the Lord set" Had to check. This stuff bugs me and can't let it rest until I find out. :)
The Right Kind of Reminder It's tempting to feel that a passage telling us about our 'light momentary affliction' could be frustrating for those going through very difficulty, heavy times. But this sermon opens up the Word in such a way that you come out incredibly refreshed, seeing your troubles in the right light. Highly, highly recommended no matter what kind of challenge you're facing. A reminder not to pretend it's not difficult, but to see it from the other side.
Great Sermon! Thank you for a great sermon. Many good points-
Leadership and responsibiolity of the husband/father
A heart for the next generation in our own families and churches
True worship that God commands
I would like to hear what Mr. Orozco can teach us on the worship God commands.