My soul was blessed with your remarks that God always sees me; when I see the blood, I am comforted; when God sees the blood, He passes over me & comforts me. Thank you dear brother for opening the Scriptures in such a manner as I have never heard.
Helpful admonishment Dr. Beeke's research is here condensed and very accessible for everyone. He notes how the Puritans made light years of progress in domestic applications of the Bible. Here he begins to lead us through that progress. All parents: listen, learn, and apply this information.
Great discovery. This father brings his child to Jesus: this is the great problem of his life. But the Lord directs his attention to his unbeliefs. The problem was with him. He is brought to believe in the Lord Jesus.
Great Sermon! There are many singles in my family. I am passing this along to them. Thank you for recognizing that this life is composed of many broken relationships. Thank you so much for this opportunity of listening.
P.S. Is there a line of commincation for singles? I saw you in Burlington.
Dropout about 34:00 This sermon has an audio dropout about 34:00 into it -- right when Pastor Murray begins the third point, so it's confusing when the audio resumes. During the dropout he starts the third point, expounding the "mountains of Gilboa" (v. 21) and this is obvious later, but after he does the exposition, so you'll get more out of the sermon if you are aware of it in advance.
Three aspects of Calvin's piety. Rich, very rich material (too rich to be internalized at one hearing) about the theological, ecclesiastical and practical aspects of Calvin's piety. Happily, the essay may be found in Joel Beeke's Book "Puritan Reformed Spirituality".
Great Sermon! Always a good review for men--don't be harsh with your wives, communicate with them and understand them. They are a gift, Dr. Beeke points out. Excellent. Yes, my wife is a gift indeed!