OUTSTANDING! This was an outstanding sermon on the Puritans. I learned more from this one message than I have in years of studying about them. Thank you so much for this message. I've always had a great respect for the Puritans, but now it has climbed to a higher level. They truly did understand what the chief end of man is. Excellent message. God bless.
Outstanding! This was just as great as the one on John Calvin. I highly recommed all your teachings on the great reformers to anyone. I have enjoyed these so much that I began to make mp3's of your church history series. Thank you so much and God bless.
OUTSTANDING This was an outstanding talk on the life of John Calvin. Oh, for all those christians who bash this man and what he stood for, how I wish they would listen to this wonderful sermon on him and his life. Thank you for this message and you have put the desire in me to go back and really read the Calvin Institutes. God bless.
Inspiring Sermon! I am quite surprised that this sermon has not had a comment yet. It was most inspiring to hear, in a nutshell, the biography of the "prince of preachers", and I learned so much about him. I was particularly enthralled with the account of his conversion, and his hearts desire for the poor, as in orphans. Surprised that he was called home at the early age of 55, but what a legacy he left to the church. Bless the Lord for raising up such a person, not least in the sermons he preached, which are readily available.
very uplifting Sermon! The sermon overview gives one the brief insight of what this sermon is about. It is a remarkable subject, all praise to the Lord in His grace using this dear servant of Christ in such a way.
Uplifting, encouraging and challenging all at the same time, in searching our own hearts on our pilgrim pathway.
Thanks bro Phillips.
A warning to EVERY believer! My wife and I have listened to the three sermons on backsliding by dear brother's Phillips gleanings from Richard Baxter.
All aspects of the signs of backsliding are covered, and are a warning to every believer to take heed. Blessedly there are encouragements to those who are worried that they are in a backslidden state, but are not.(e.g. not up to reading the scriptures one day, due to an illness), and also encouragements not to backslide in the first place, but what will be a great help to some is what to do if you ARE in a backslidden state, and the repentance needed to get out of it. These sermons are a real blessing again in practical Godliness. Thank you bro' Phillips, but above all thank thee Lord Jesus.
Update on my last comment By God's grace, I have tried to implement the message I heard (see my first comment)in a new job, under a new boss. What I did not anticipate, and needed the victory over, was that I was employed for six hours a day. My predecessor, whom I replaced, was employed for 8-10 hours a day. My new boss kept this information quiet at my interview, but expected me to do the same work! A real trial this has been to me, and the old nature could easily rebel! Thanks pastor Phillips for your calming ministry, which not only challenges, but encourages as well.
Sweet, but so practical Sermon! My wife and I have just finished listening to this mini series on gratitude to God, and have been blessed, as usual, by bro' Phillips gracious, and challenging ministry.
Thank you to all concerned in making this sermon available.
Jesus Bless you Brother Phillip I really enjoy your sermons, as you stay true to God's Word and display true reverence for it! I am truly fed and ejoy downloading and listening over and over again, while following along in my Bible! Praise God for your ministry. Thank you sir.
Brilliant Series! I want to offer you the very warmest gratitude I can for your sermons on SermonAudio. You have done such a wonderful service to the worldwide church of Jesus. I too am a real enthusiast for the Puritans, but I have never thought of preaching through a passage with Matthew Henry before. It is brilliant. It was so strengthening and joyful to hear your Matthew Henry sermons.
Thank you again
Great Sermon! I was greatly moved and edified by this sermon. For the one who wants their conversation to be pleasing to God; this sermon gives humble exhortation and guidance. I think that everyone would be blessed by this sermon, for as Christ says, "By your words you shall be justified and by your words you shall be condemned."
challange, and encouraging Series! Just a note to say thank you for the blessing, challenge, and encouragement I have received from listening to your preaching on Sermonaudio.com.
God has used your ministry (particularly the Thomas Brooks series) in my life and ministry. I hope you can continue to add sermons to Sermonaudio.com.
Just thank you - and may God bless you ministry. My prayer that you personally will be very much aware of God's presence and his hand holding you and your family. Nothing is too wonderful for God - God loves with EVERLASTING love. As I write this, my prayers are for you.
Great Sermon! Listened to the message yesterday and it stirred my heart the rest of the day and I am still thinking about it. The cost of evangelism in the early church leaves us with an awesome inheritance and serious soul searching as we face the future.
Great Sermon! I Thank You for the sermon. In the time where men cannot talk about God. You have shown that men can stand if they really believe God. When Christ is in the heart, men can preach. I live in the desert, this sermon was the freshest water I have ever had here. I praise God for the good you folks do. This is the only way I might have fresh flowing water of truth. In Christ:
Search your heart Sermon! Thank you brother Phillip for your challenging, but gracious, ministry. This sermon is one of the most heart searching I have EVER heard. Satan would keep us comfortable in a counterfeit humility, and meekness in the things of the Lord, which is just fleshy and carnal. To those who truly want to follow Christ, and should not we all with a Biblical humility and meekness, which is based on the grace given to us in the new birth, should listen to this sermon. I am about to listen to it for the second time, as I want the Lord to instill this Christian attribute into my very being, for I need to be much challenged in this so important area of Christian living. I enjoy listening to brother Phillip, for it is proof that one does not have to shout about to have an impact, when the Holy Spirit quickens a word to the soul, one knows
Awesome practical sermon for workers! Thank you brother Phillips for bringing before us thoughts for employees, basing them on Richard Baxter's comments on this issue.
As a low paid employee who cleans for a living, I have had a mental problem with well-paid "bosses" and lazy workmates. Thankfully, the Lord has been showing me where I have had sinful tendencies and an unbiblical attitude in this matter. I have to be a doer of the word, as well as a hearer, and I know this will be difficult, but must repent of what has been sinful, and by God's grace I shall serve the Lord Christ from now on. O Lord, I must decrease and thou must increase in this area.