Great Sermon! Such an adorable baby!! I'm really impressed. You guys really practice what you preach, not like today's preachers, very unique in these last days, you are one of the very few I listen to now, I need to depend less on the world's systems and make sure my dependence is on God like you are doing. I hope you both keep preaching! blessings
Great Sermon! So why in the world would you have an appendectomy?! Why not just eat raw food, take some herbs, and pray? Why would you submit your body to "lost people" (doctors). Your reasoning is that if Christians stay out of sin, pray, and eat right, they won't need the world's way (doctors, medicines, surgery), ridiculous,,, youngsters.
Great Sermon! You are young and healthy, if you were chronically or terminally ill and in severe pain and desperation you don't know what you would do. Being an obedient christian and doing everything "right" doesn't guarantee you will always be nice and healthy. When you have passed through the purifying fires of suffering and sickness , then you can come and share with others how to "trust God" 100 percent. Easy to preach about not needing medical insurance when you've never had to use it anyway,,, give it a few years youngsters.
This should be added to the Psalm 23 series Hi - this sermon does not appear under the SermonAudio SERIES list for Campbell Colledge's Psalm 23 series. I believe this should be the 7th in the list.
This should be added to the Psalm 23 series Hi - this sermon does not appear under the SermonAudio SERIES list for Campbell Colledge's Psalm 23 series. I believe this should be the 6th in the list.
Thank you... Thank you, Mr. Paisley, for sharing this sermon on Wednesday, September 13, 2013. It was hard to understand you, at first, but made me listen more â€¢attentivelyâ€¢.
I'd like to know if you will pray for me & my earthly family members, for our eternal salvation in Jesus Christ?
That's all, thank you!
Neil wrote: Colleges are no help when in some courses at least, they actually require students to collaborate on projects, which I think is a pedagogical mistake. The brightest or most motivated ones tend to do all the substantial work, which reduces the effort required by the others, an indirect form of cheating. Collaboration is a great idea in the workplace, but not in education. Degrees are awarded to individuals, not groups, which implies that individuals are responsible for their performance.