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A Very, Very Good Message! "And GOD is not placated if we make a little room for Him on the shelf of our lives," is a point stated by Dr. Phillips in this sermon. Our GOD is the great, awesome, only true GOD.
H Hudson (9/21/2015)
from Deerfield Beach, Florida
Outstanding Sermon! This is an outstanding laying out of the progress of sinful acts and how God responds to it by judgments throughout history. But we must realize that during these events, we are in a spiritual warfare and the solution is not compromise with secular powers, but to preach the Gospel more strongly.
Weng 51 (11/8/2011)
Great Sermon! The postmodern Philistines are all around God`s people and ready to destroy them but our Lord Jesus sits on the throne today and forever to protect his people.Thank you for this powerful sermon.
Alice DelaRosa (1/24/2011)
from Grand Rapids, Michigan
Great Sermon! Thank You, for reminding us that "GOD is the same yesterday, today, and forever." This is such a very encouraging message, and appreciated.
Thomas King (12/18/2010)
Great Sermon! This was a great message, one that I was very blessed to hear. It was masterfully put together and wonderfully presented.
Joe Ketterer (12/25/2009)
from Atlanta, GA
Wow. What a fantastic sermon. Wonderful insight and encouragement for what our attitude towards the Godless world around us should be. Terrific.
from Leeds England
Brillant Richard Philips gives a great comparison with the gods of the Philistines with the modern gods of our modern culture. Philips draws attention how as dagon fell on his face so also secular philosphies will also fall on its face in the sight of the living God. Well done.
Great Sermon! Pastor Phillips is not only a good writer, he preaches like he writes. A sermon for all believers to enjoy, while we witness the collapse of our society to false gods.
The Reverend Richard D. Phillips was elected senior minister by the congregation of Second Presbyterian Church, on April 15, 2007. He came to Greenville from First Presbyterian Church of Coral Springs/Margate, FL, where he served as senior minister since 2002. Previously, he served as...