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Great Sermon! Much needed message. Going through this series with my family - wife and 5 kids. You mention "big people w/ new phones" - you may well have said "unicorns" because that "big people" really intrigued my sons. Whom were you referencing here? Thanks again.
Repentance! Pastor Higginson is a faithful preacher of God's word in a day where it is not popular to be so. This sermon rightly focuses on the critical nature of repentance to come to a saving relationship with our Lord.
As Pastor Higginson states, it is not enough just to come to some mental ascent of accepting the gospel...repentance will bear out whehter the heart, too, has accepted God's grace and not just the head.
Pastor Higginson references Leonard Ravenhill - a mighty man of God who passed away in November 1994 - who so aptly stated that what this world needs is NOT more proper doctrine, but rather a demonstration.
Thank you for preaching the truth pastor on a day where so many pastors here in America - mine included - watered down the gospel in pathethic attempts to get "committment cards" filled out. May God continue to bless you, your family and His Church.
Great Sermon! BWS, take it a little easier: This is one of 96 messages on Revelations.
However, what you say about the Church and apostacy is right on, and I believe it to be what is being preached as "revival" that is actually the great apostacy.
Great Sermon! Wonderful truth! Realising more & more all we have is only based on His immeasurable lovingkindess 'Ki la-Olam Chasdo'No works no merit. Had to listen to a sermon on His 'Chesed' loving-kindness. Thank you, was in great need of someone labouring/expounding this truth. Blessed.
Recommended I got a lot out of the discussion about Song of Solomon. Overall, this is good treatment of sex talk and vulgar language in the pulpit. We should stop striving to be so culturally relevant and focus on the timeless truth of the gospel.