Great Sermon! Thank you for preaching this and for uploading it. This Scripture and its faithful exposition is so necessary for the encouragement of Christ's Church now. Followers of the Lord Jesus need the perspective offered here in order to persevere during the trials we face and may face in the future as we seek to be faithful to our Lord.
"...And ye shall cry out in that day because of your king which ye shall have chosen you; and the LORD will not hear you in that day. Nevertheless the people refused to obey the voice of Samuel; and they said, Nay; but we will have a king over us; That we also may be like all the nations; and that our king may judge us, and go out before us, and fight our battles...."
Great Holy Ghost Preaching! One of the best messages I have ever heard on biblical separation ! I recamend every one to listen! thank the Lord for a preacher that will stand aginst Billy Graham and the apostasy in this world !!!!
Great Sermon! Real blessing, 'My Grace' the Lord said, thank you pastor for that exposition. It will take the sorrowing, defeated or down spirits to heavens and give courage to face all in His grace.
Great Sermon! Strictly preaching from the Word. thank you Pastor Jeff Arther for the thought on 'Paul's thorn'. It blessed me and it will elevate us more closer to walk with Him. May the Lord continually bless and use you for His glory.
God is not mocked! How we need to hear this message loud and clear in today's church. As a society and we are all influenced by the society in which we live in more ways we realize,dislike authority over us. Be it the home, school, employment, government, church and ultimately God we do not want to be told what to do or think. This message is filled with God's truth, His warnings to us. In our land we are indeed reaping the whirlwind from our past sowing. Oh God have mercy and help us take heed to Your Word and may we by Your grace sow to rightousness for the glory of Your Name!
Fantastic Sermon! This sermon is fantastic in that it is so simple and clear. It goes to the heart of why we can't trust ourselves - because of who we are and the limit of our understanding. The preacher then cites why we can and must trust the Lord - because of who He is and His infinite understanding.
Then in his conclusion he spells out what Christians need to do if we are to progress from simply 'believing in God' to actually 'trusting in the Lord' on as daily basis. Every Christian should hear this. It is both thought provoking and tremendously encouraging!
Not much signs of the New Birth and things that accompany salvation such as grace, love, longsuffering, patience, love of the brethren, love for the church and the Lord's people from Albert!!!! Maybe if he actually read the word of God and studied the life of Christ he would have more signs of christian virtues in his own life and opinions... I would commend 1 Cor 13... and then James 1:19-20.
GG It makes Pharoah and egyptian, and John Paul a Pope....
But St Patrick was NOT a Roman Catholic.... Get your facts right.. NOT a Roman Catholic.... Make sure your facts are right before you comment!!!! You are getting a bit of a reputation for false facts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!