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A self examining sermon! Thank you for such a fruitful message!
Yes..Everything I am ,everything I have comes from my great God.
The very breath i breathe is His.
Yes..God is the source of all things and his word is my treasure.
Great Sermon! This was just what I needed to hear.
Michael Hranek (11/13/2007)
from Endicott, New York
Oh! For Ears to Hear! I want to thank you who commented and drew my attention to this convicting message I needed to hear from Brother Jim Berg. God has told us that He opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble, which He so knows we need.
Blessed Message! Thank you dear Brother Jim. I was so richly blessed. For more abundant grace daily to know, believe and see this glorious truth! God bless.
from North Carolina
Humility comes hard! Thanks Jim. You said what I think God meant for me to get from the great message I just heard.And I do believe you walk the walk from the way you express truth; thank you for being a testimony to His grace. I've been blessed.
Putting things in perspective! If only everyone knew these truths! Praise God who is sovereign in ALL things!
Tracie Hall (8/22/2006)
from Wilmington, NC
So Good to Hear! This sermon is a tremendous blessing to hear!
A Listener (8/22/2006)
What a blessing! I can't say enough about this message. It was so encouraging and so "right" .. God bless Dr. Berg!
Diana Smith (7/23/2006)
Great Sermon! Car trouble kept me from getting to church this morning. This sermon was just what I most needed. What a blessing!
Great Sermon! I have received many benefits from this sermon and I was very encouraged to trust in God in the desert that I am passing in my life. I have translated this sermon in Italian and given to some of my nearest brothers in Christ and they too have been edifyed.
Jim Berg has served for forty years in a variety of positions at BJU, both as an administrator and as faculty. He has published eleven books and workbooks and numerous articles in Christian periodicals on biblical discipleship and leadership development. In 2010, Berg and his wife started...