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Encouraging Sermon! In this sermon brother Paul teaches wonderful truths about God's gracious work of adoption. Not only does God not deal with us in vengeance, nor in justice, nor even merely in forgiveness, but He adopts us into His family, former children of the devil, His former enemies and rebels against His glory and kingdom. We are God's children now. Listen to hear brother Paul unpack this truth and others and praise your great God.
from North providence
Great Sermon! Thank you. God is so wonderful and has used you to develop a clearer understanding of the simplicity of the gospel in me... With the weight it deserves to be recognized in... And yet weight I have not yet understood... Listened to this twice already, and am sure I will be listening to it again. It is nice to see your sermons posting brother, it is always such a blessing!
from New York
Blessed Sermon! Humbling & powerful.., may God continue to bless us with humble pastors & teachers like you! Inspiring & comforting to know that our Saviour loves us as He does!
Great Sermon! I have loved this series! Truth, so fresh! Truth , so inspiring! Truth that makes me view my salvation with humble adoration and a desire to live each day with a holy zeal and deep thankfulness!
Rose MIchels (6/25/2013)
Wow Wow ... words truly do escape me at this moment. I thank my Father for putting this word before me today for I so needed to hear it. I so needed the reminder of who I am in the Lord Jesus Christ. Thank you ... from an awkward and waiting sister. :)
David Moody (6/3/2013)
from United States
Great Sermon! This series is FANTASTIC. I thank God for great teaching like this. I very much look forward to hearing and enjoying the rest of this series. Please, PLEASE do more of these kinds of teaching for us.
Raj K. (5/31/2013)
Great Sermon! Thanks brother Paul for these sermons. I am encouraged and strengthened by hearing them.