Great Sermon! Good to listen in to this message on Preaching. Certainly this is what we need to get back to in the church of Jesus Christ. May the Lord bless our brother from Dungannon. Sola Scriptura Soli Deo Gloria
TAKE A LISTEN !! Hear this encouraging message and be blessed...especially, in times of trouble in life. What a comfort to know THE TRUTH that The God of The Bible is in control of ALL things -- and, that means Satan is NOT a free agent to do as he wills. God has The Devil on a leash!
Great Sermon! Thank & praise God for Mr Orasuk's ministry & testimony. At times God allows us to pass through the torment of addiction so that we, upon being restored, can turn to our brethren similarly afflicted & strengthen them (Luke 22:31-2). i am an addict not to chemicals but what does it matter it is all idolatry, slavery & sin, let's face it. The patterns are all the same. & only the Living God can deliver us from it.
An urgent needful message I won't say I enjoyed this message. This is the kind of message that causes
fear and trembling. But I am grateful for the message. It is rare to find ministers who will warn people about their eternal destiny without Christ. I pray that God will continue to empower you to preach the message of the gospel. Where is love in preachers who will not warn their flock of the judgement to come. Give me preachers who love the souls of perishing men enough to make them fear and tremble by the preaching of God's word.
Our eyes are upon Christ! Thank you Pastor Wagner for this sermon preached with wisdom from our God above. An encouragement and edificationed well needed. Churches in Northern Ireland open your eyes and keep them on God and not yourselves and your imaginations but Christ who is all in all.
Spectacular Message On God's Absolute Sovereignty! In this sermon you will learn why God brings hardships, trials, sickness, suffering, poverty, and pain into your life. It also explains how faith and prayer intersects with everything God brings into your life, especially God's most perplexing acts of providence and sovereignty.
TAKING A STAND !! In this sermon, Pastor Wagner is right on target to denounce "Satan's Poison", known as syncretism -- the blending of truth with error. It's a FAVORITE tool of the devil. And, it reaps God's judgment ! The mixing of the common with the sacred is so flagrant and rampant in today's world. We no longer have belief in and practice of biblical Christianity, except for a "remnant" who remain faithful to the teachings of The Bible. Exposing error is most unpopular work. And, only those who consider "the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures of Egypt", will do it. THANK YOU, PASTOR WAGNER, FOR DARING TO BE A DANIEL.
Great Sermon! Sitting at wit's end corner this morning I bless the Lord for this sermon (and part 2) which perfectly met my need and encouraged me to confidently trust the Lord's promises-if you are in a similar corner I would encourage you to hear both part 1 and 2 as it may well be the medicine so needful at this present moment for your own soul to continue to HOPE IN THY GOD. Thank you Rev Wagner!
Great Sermon! This was a blessing to me, God's grace is amazing, the thought that this small child singing was witnessing to her Daddy. Thats so precious. I am so thankful that the Lord sent his faithful servants that never gave up.
Peter in turn has changed many lives.
Great evangelist. The reformation work of Farel, especially in Geneva. A pioneer work of preaching the Gospel, through hardships and persecution. Farel planted in Geneva and Calvin watered, but God gave the increase. It is God's pleasure to work through men.
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From darkness to light. Life of Farel until his conversion. Great work of God in converting a man deeply involved in Catholicism. God conquered his darkness, his blindness and superstition by the biblical preaching of Lefevre.
A FAITHFUL SERVANT OF JESUS CHRIST Every day, I thank God for Pastor Wagner. I have experienced tremendous spiritual growth through his ministry of God's Word via SermonAudio.com. He exalts Jesus Christ, evangelizes the lost, edifies the body of Christ, encourages the believers, and equips the saints to serve. Yet, he does not set himself up to be a spiritual guru with all the answers. He would be the first to tell you that he knows himself to be an imperfect man trying to lead imperfect people to become more like our perfect Savior. I am in much prayer for this Godly man. As Matthew Henry said, "Those that welcome the message cannot but love the messengers."
GOD OBEYS HIS OWN RULES !! In the "foot-washing" that Jesus did with His disciples, there is something there that is quite fantastic -- the Maker of Heaven and earth, the Giver of the Law is shown to be subject to it! Jesus Christ, KING OF KINGS, abased Himself to the lowest level of servitude. Christ, by His actions, made it very clear that He would not expect anything from us that He was not willing to do Himself. What a "pride-buster" for man! Think on it!...there on the night of His "betrayal" was the Son of God on his hands and knees washing the smelly, dirty feet of His disciples. This amazing scene of Jesus Christ washing His disciplesâ€™ feet is a marvelous testimony to the truth that: â€śWhosoever will be chief among you, let him be your servant.â€ť Matthew 20:27 It's how HIS CHURCH works! There's no job openings in Christ's "vineyard" for Prima Donna types!
WE SERVE A GOD WHO HAS A TENDER HEART !! Our value to Jesus Christ does not depend on our being "all together", in one piece. Brokenness is a part of the human experience. Jesus said that He came, "as a physician to the sick" (Mark 2:17). Thus, He props up the broken reed and fans into flame the smoking flax. The "Bride of Christ" is assured of her bridegroom's gentleness all the way home -- "Who is this that cometh up from the wilderness, leaning upon her beloved? ..." (Song of Solomon 8:5)