If there's only ONE sermon you should hear... We were unable to attend our regular church this Sunday past, due to (once again) a health issue, so we decided to listen to this sermon online. It had been a while since we'd tuned into Joe LoSardo, a man gifted with teaching like few others out there in Christendom.
Wow. Joe, you hit hard, but it's God's word coming through you and your preaching - and it's a powerful message that everyone needs to hear - every Christian from every denomination.
There is far too much 'designer Christianity' out there and the message of the cross is buried under it. This sermon delivers a death blow to the enemy's wiles as regards the foolishness of man and the powerlessness of much of today's religion. Joe's prose regarding the message of the cross near the sermon's end is something that should be transcribed and placed on a plaque to be hung every Christian's home, IMHO.
If there's any sermon you should hear this year, this is it. Download it, burn it on a CD, share it with friends.
Best to BOL & The LoSardo family,
Martin & Nancy
Markham, Ontario, Canada
Great Sermon! Thanks again Joe for your amazing series in Ephesians. This was powerful in that it directs us to look to what's (supposed to be) in the clay pots and help us focus on Him - Jesus. There are so many problems that arise when we compare and avoid folks that are not 'our speed' when we should be looking past that.
God bless your new year and your family and your church family - our prayers are with and for you so very often!
Great Sermon! Wow. You've blessed us again with one of the most powerful and relevant messages with regard to the length of Christ's love for us.
This message is a MUST HEAR for anyone wondering if God can be truly depended upon for His love and steadfastness.
Thank you SO much for this. We will be passing this along to as many friends that we can!
M & N
Great Sermon! Wow Pastor Joe!
This sermon is for EVERYONE in the body of Christ who needs to know their value in the 'grand scheme' of God's plan.
Your use of the didactic illustration and investigative exposure of the Greek (something you always make interesting) was especially creative and grounded in God's Word and spiritual logic as well.
Your sermons get better and better, dear friend! God's truly in you 'to will and to act according to His good purpose'.
Blessings in Christ,
Martin & Nancy