Gripping Sermon! A challenging, interesting and practical sermon preached from a difficult and not often preached from text. Why the book of Judges? Because it exposes our human sinfulness and magnifies the righteousness of God.
Glorious Message! This message will fill the heart of the Believer with rejoicing. Pastor LoSardo is a man filled with Truth, and speaks it from beginning to end. I love where he says a quick prayer in the middle of the sermon - indicating a man who walks and talks with God, whose relationship is uninterrupted. Thanks to DJC49 for recommending this most excellent of messages.
Excellent Sermon! This teaching is thoroughly Biblical. The pastor gives excellent commentary on the different eschatological views and their history, with balance and brevity. It has been the hope of the Believer since the fall of man for the Kingdom of God to dwell with men - and, so He shall. This is yet to be fulfilled literally.
Exceptional Sermon! If you are looking for a sermon which fortifies and reinforces your specific eschatological position, then this isn't the one! But if you are looking for a sermon which exalts Christ, God, and His Word and His promises, then this is a MUST sermon for your hearing.
Great Sermon! This sermon hit the nail right on the head. Every Pastor needs to hear this sermon. I have already passed it on to friends. I am glad to have discovered your teaching and preaching Pastor LoSardo. I will continue to listen to your other sermons.
Thank you Pastor Bill It is so refreshing to hear about justification by grace through faith. I can never hear it preached enough. As Luther said: "If the article of justification is lost, all Christian doctrine is lost at the same time. And all the people in the world who do not hold to this justification are either Jews or Turks or papists or heretics; for there is no middle ground between these two righteousness: the active one of the Law and the passive one which comes from Christ. Therefore the man who strays from Christian righteousness must relapse into the active one, that is, since he has lost Christ, he must put his confidence in his own works."
Keep preaching justification by grace AND sanctification by grace. We can't hear too much of it.
VERY Practical! This is a very practical and important message to the body of Christ in a day and age where every man is doing what is right in his own eyes. This will not tickle the ears of the average listener - in fact I am sure it will offend some who have left their churches because the truth had become an offense to them. But to the softened heart and open ear, this sermon will provide practical instruction on how you can be a blessing to your local church.
This is what every pastor would like to say to his church, but few have the gumption to do so.
Great Sermon! Alex Jones? Dr. Scott Johnson? Don McAlvany? Prison Planet? Infowars? I was very blessed by this message, because I had been losing hope. Who is our foundation? Thank you so so much for this sermon! Christ can not be shaken!
Outstanding message! Outstanding message! Once again Pastor LoSardo has correctly interpreted a difficult Psalm and how it relates to our modern society and culture in a clear, spiritual and authoritative manner. I thank God for raising up his ministry and I am continuing to pray for him and his ministry.
Great Sermon! Great teaching in this sermon about the truly happy person. In a day where people think things of this world will make them happy, this sermon explains what truly God's Word says about the blessed man.
Thank You Pastor Bill Thank You Pastor Bill for reminding us that the doctrine of God's Sovereign choice in salvation is for the child of God. For it is only by the the Spirit of God that we can understand the things of God. We have the mind of Christ. It is a sad thing that so many christians will argue the clearly revealed truths of these doctrines, when they are there to teach us humility and reverance in aproching scripture and a Holy God. I pray that all of God's children (including myself) would approach God and Holy Scripture as did Moses when he approached the burning bush. That we would continue daily to be as the tax collector who would not even lift his eyes to heaven, but declare, "Lord, continue to have mercy on me. For I am a sinner.