it's not part of the 'Series of the Book Genesis' Wonderful sermon though, really grateful for it...sorry, but I don't think it's part of the 'Series on the Book of Genesis', at least not No.72, following the previous one...
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, Thank you four your wonderful sermon! I can feel your passion, your joy, even your fears along the way. You have used the opportunity well! You have redeemed the time with this sermon. I am a miisionary in Nigeria. You have encouraged me tonight.Thank you!
God bless you, your family and church.
In Christ alone
Substitution. Great lesson in repentance and substitution. Judah as a substitution for Benjamin is an illustration of Christ's substitution for us. He became our substitution voluntarily in His great love for us.
God is everywhere. I have no words to tell how blessed I was listening to this message! I found an excellent God in it, a God who is sovereignly leading our lives unto repentance, sanctification, forgiveness, love, reconciliation. True: God is everywhere in our lives, as it is in this chapter in Genesis. I also liked the intertextuality present at every step in the text, how the narrative is reminding us at every step about things which happened before.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this wonderful message!
I love this story! As Joseph revealed himself unto his brethren, so today Christ reveals Himself to all who are His spiritual brethern, His own elect from all over the world. Yes, the Lord knoweth them that are His! Salvation is of the LORD...!
May God continue to bless your wonderful ministry.
Great Sermon! This is a must hear message for today's times. Our Lord lifted up as our advacate as well as our judge when He returns. Warning that the end time is at hand.
What a beautiful picture of the Lord Jesus Christ is painted by Dr. Murray. How His beauty and majesty is so much more than we can even imagine. One of the best sermons I have ever heard.
Excellant !! But where sin abounded,grace did MUCH MORE abound: GLORY,GLORY,GLORY TO GOD THRU JESUS CHRIST MY LORD. O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgements and his ways past finding out!