Great Sermon! Thank you for this! My parents were divorced and so many families struggle with this issue which truly is an attitude and a heart issue. We find it difficult to make the right decisions and do what's right so why is it surprising families disintegrate? Thank you for not quoting what a rabbi had said --does it matter? What is important is people need to grow up and take their life and its consequence seriously, divorce is painful, and relationships are painful when the people involved do not rely on God's promises, and love and believe his holy word.
Great Sermon! amen, pastor brother mike. ihave long intended to share the shaking of the fig tree has something to do with angels and the falling away. thank you very mch to the Holy Spirit. praise the Lord.
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.
Great Sermon! Pat Robertson said "â€œYou donâ€™t have to take on somebody elseâ€™s problems." Uh huh. So what happened to bearing one anothers burdens, or laying down our lives? These comments he made were absolutely wrong and sadly very indicative of 'popular' christianity today, kind of like the 'lets go on short term mission trips, or lets give money, but don't ask us to make any REAL sacrifices for the least of these.' His comments show a total disregard of what Jesus came to this world for and the redemption he offers, and the love He modelled. These comments were highly concerning, and Pat really needs to get off the TV. His comments are (not just on this issue), highly offensive and unbiblical.
Ears to hear 'Thomas Texas' if you can't hear for yourself the general undertone of some of the programs being AGAINST Christians taking a stand or speaking out about sin and the general promotion of worldly movies in some of the New is Focus broadcasts, then no amount of my explaining will give you the ears to hear. It just seems like the programs are leading people away from Christianity and not towards it, however subtle that may be. Are Christians perfect? No. But do we really need broadcasters on here working against other Christians taking a stand against the rampant sin in our culture etc. Maybe it seems like Christians are very foccused on a few particular sins at the moment. That is only because the unbelieving world is so foccused on them at this point in time and we are having an agenda forced on us. Maybe if the News in Focus program, despite claiming to be so open to all contact from listeners, published ALL the negative comments it receives on broadcasts, instead of being selective about the comments they let through, with a large bias on posting positive comments, then this concern may be brought into the light. These are my concerns and now I have expressed them I have no desire at all to get into a 'he said', 'she said' match over it. God bless.