Great Sermon! Excellent sermon! Thank so much, Allan, what great encouragement. Thanks for being so faithful to the Gospel. For years I was so confused by such men as you mentioned in this message. You have truly helped me to grow in grace.
Great Sermon! Thank you Brother Darvin for this timely message. It has been my experience of late that most of my religious friends will not even talk to me anymore. Why? Because I have invited them to come hear the gospel. "If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you"
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor Don, Thank you for your wonderful sermon. I thank God that you don't have 'to borrow' words from other preachers. God gave you your own. Better said, God gave you His own Word to you. This is a very costly anointing that has a great reward in the salvation of many souls.
God bless you, your family and church
In Christ alone
Great Sermon! I also heard You a few Years back;&
Yes, we're not saved by works( Eph. 2)
and see in the first chapter of both
1 and 11 Thess. that Our faith is a
work; so then We know it's not our
faith that "Saves" Us,but Jesus
Christ's,and then one of the "Works"
or "Fruits" of the the Spirit(Christ)
We have Received is "Faith"-Gal. 2:16
and Gal.5:22-- May God Bless You
Another blessed sermon This sermon is an excellent example of true, experimental (experiential) preaching. It traces out the shared needs and experiences of God's people and then proceeds to point them to the Lord Jesus Christ for all of their hope, peace, and comfort (even the fulfillment of *all* of their needs unto the glory of God).
Does Jesus Care? I Know He Cares Dear Don, Thank you in our LORD for this message to our weary hearts. We were so refreshed to recall again the wonderful truths you have expounded from the prophet - God cares, His people will never die and all those Babylonians who vex and dismay us now are just so much stubble for the fires of hell. We would love to hear David sing the song you spoke about at the end of the sermon. How precious is a word fitly spoken. Thank you again, dear brother, thank you so much.
Great Sermon! Mr. Potts delivers an outstanding sermon by the grace of God. This sermon is beautiful in its simplicity; it delivers to us the Gospel of God in a manner that is clear, straightforward, and comprehensive. God must be in all things for it to be a blessing, but I prayerfully trust that this sermon will benefit the oldest of saints, the youngest of saints, and all in between. I thank God that He continues to raise up such faithful ministers as Mr. Potts -- especially in England (my wife's country and a country that I have come to love).
A blessed sermon Isaiah 40:1-2 declares "Comfort ye, comfort ye my people, saith your God. 2 Speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem, and cry unto her, that her warfare is accomplished, that her iniquity is pardoned: for she hath received of the LORD'S hand double for all her sins."
With this sermon, Mr. Potts has done just that, and with power. Thank God for the sermon and for his ministry.
There is a day coming ... Why do the wicked always prosper? Why does the man/woman who dishonors God sleep peacefully at night and always have success & esteem in the world? Because like the oxen in the well-fed stall they are being fattened for the slaughter. Do not envy the wicked.
Good sermon, worth listening to. Encouraging.
The Tares in the Church He says that man has no ability to discern the difference between the wheat and the tares or between the true sheep and the goats, so therefore we are told by God to not tear up the tares but to leave them grow alongside the wheat until the Day of the Lord. Otherwise we would inevitably tear up the wheat with them.
Great Sermon! Most esteemed Sir,
It was a while since I last commented though for some sermons in a gap this reply comment is being made to measure so to say your sermon. I looked at the frontispiece of Ulster or Dublin and was clear about God's intent to live among men, Lev.26:12 and the God who told all the law to the Fahers, v.42. Now, I reasoned from your homepage, if God so willed to dwell, surely men had better have something to build to welcome God in their habitations. Your line from Malachi 3:16 and so forth, has me questioning why the plan to destroy is written in scripture as if all cities got to be Sodom or something, Isaiah 1:9. Isn't it why men are so clever they are repenting and trying to prevent this seizure of all their buildings and reminiscences of being so special to God that He desired a habitation with them that came about in the mind of David, 2 Samuel 7:1-2 and was done in the time of Solomon, Acts 7:46-47?
Thanks for your sermon on the day God makes up his jewels. I expect Him not to destroy as men fear. Right?