Great Sermon! The great apostacy of free willism and Pelagianism promotes nothing but a religion of self-righteousness. This is a sermon that the average pastor know nothing about and one that they ought to hear. Thank you for teaching on this subject.
Great Sermon! A very important and much needed reminder concerning God's Sovereignty regarding Grace. May the hearers' plea be entirely the person and works of the Lord Jesus Christ and nothing of what they have done or who they are.
Sound Biblical Preaching This man is always a blessing to hear preach because he always conveys a message so simple and that goes right to the heart of the gospel. There is probably not 10 preachers in the whole world in this day of modernism that preach better.
How great is our God! Pastor Don, This sermon deeply convicted and motivated me in the faith and service of Christ 5 years ago, almost to the day! I remember so clearly first hearing it back in October 2008, just one month after my mother left this earth and went to be with the LORD Jesus Christ. That event and this sermon, together, were tokens from Him, used by Him to move me resolutely into a larger place in my spiritual journey to the Celestial City.
Now today, after all these years, I find that your admonitions to surrender and to trust Him are still so fresh, so needful, and still the best medicine for my soul. The enormous, glorious subject of His care for us and our need to continually surrender...ah...this seems to be the delightful theme that colors all my life and all my days. Bright colors and dark, together, will make a lovely portrait when finally completed by Him, by grace!
"LORD, may I never stop crying, 'Help Thou my unbelief!' until I see Thee Face-to-face."
At last, the miracle of having these archived sermons so readily available to hear and share is another magnificent provision from Him to His people. Thank you, LORD.
What a blessing What a great blessing to be reminded of the answer to the sin that so greatly accuses and besieges us everyday from within or own flesh. "Neither do I condemn you" Thanks Angus...the message God has given you to preach is a dear comfort to us