Thanks for the Sermon Thanks for the sermon, Rev. Persaud. I especially appreciated how you provided a fuller picture of the sick woman's condition (i.e. the social and religious aspects, not just the physical suffering and financial loss), and how this woman's condition serves as a reflection of mankind's spiritual condition before God. Good points.
Thank you! Thank you so much for sharing this message. I am an American with Scottish ancestry, and the Lord has laid Scotland on my heart to pray for her to be reformed again--that Christ might draw her again to Himself. This message was fantastic. I love your explanation of the separation of Church and State, and also your statement that God must be saying "how can I let you go." I believe He will save many souls there, and bring many sons to salvation. Soli Deo Gloria.
Thank you! This was a very encouraging message, reminding me of the great love of God, and how He uses trials in our lives to draw us closer to Him. The trials of our faith are more precious than gold. Also, an excellent reminder to pray correctly.
Encouraging! This little message was so encouraging. The God of all hope is the One to whom we pray, expecting Him to hear and answer, if we are obedient. We must not look to the newspapers, but to the Word of God to inform our outlook!"My righteousness is near: my salvation goeth forth, and mine arm shall judge the people: the isles shall wait for me, and shall trust unto mine arm" (Isaiah 51:5).
Inspiring Thank you for sharing. There are those in other lands who are daily offering prayers to God on behalf of your country, as well as their own, which is also in a similar state. May the Lord bring reformation and true revival again to our lands! May He glorify Himself in rescuing lost souls.
Fantastic Perspective! Pastor Baucham has highlighted excellent points for the listener regarding adoption. It is so much bigger than wanting a child for selfish reasons. It is about the Gospel of Jesus Christ! A must listen sermon. It puts adoption into the perspective God meant it to have--a reflection of the great love of God. Cuts straight to the heart of the matter.
Great Sermon! It breaks my heart to know how far Scotland has fallen from her former greatness. I am determined to pray on my knees for her every day, that she may be reformed again by God's grace and mercy. I LOVE this land of my ancestors still, and I believe there is hope for her. Let's not give up, but pray for true repentance. Will you pray too?