Great Sermon! Thank you for such an enlightening message. As you spoke of the possibility of "putting our ear upon the walls of God's Kingdom and listening to the conversation between God the Father and God the Son" I grasped a more vivid picture of the cross.
Sermon worth your time Be prepared to be challenged. How does the life of Lot, Abrahams nephew impact your life.
Sermons should challenge you apply scripture. This Old Testament passage has great application to each believer.
Those of us who pursue securlar interests with nearly all of our time, must hear what is being said in this sermon. The end call is not to some fantastical event but a solemn call to a prayerful and watchful walk with God. And, stay close to Christ in our hearts, social circles, cultural circles, and yes even work circles.
Listen and consider.
I would like to make not of the way Mr. Mercer handled the difficult issue of when Lot offered his daughters to the crowd. Chaste language never compromised on the disturbing lesson as to why we must be cling to Christ.
Listen, you and the Kingdom of God will be the better.
Great Sermon! Now, that's a sermon worth the time! To be sure, it has its own bias, a bias for Christ and the things of Christ, a healthy taste for things spiritual. Please, keep posting this kind!
Powerful Sermon! Godly and powerful preaching that exposes the evils of apostasy and how it destroys the souls of man and the life of the church. Thank God this epistle forewarns and thus forearms us by his power and we are kept from falling.
Great lessons. The believer's vocation; the believer's victory; the believer's vigor. Great example of apostle Paul, who testified that he reached not the mark, but continued to press on. We must imitate him.
Lamb of God. The sealed book, the Redeemer revealed, the song of the heavenly multitude. The Lamb of God, the Redeemer highly exalted. He has the right to open the sealed book, to enter into the possession which is His. Glorious message.
Glorious! One of the most glorious sermons by Alan Cairns! We are saved by a righteousness of Other, imputed to us. Christ fulfilled the Law and acquired the righteousness which is imputed to us. For us, salvation is pure grace, for Christ, acquiring this righteousness which He imputes us was a matter of pure Law. Faith is a fruit of His work of salvation, not something with which we contribute to salvation. Very rich message.
Wonderful Presentation Dr. Mike Barrett is always enjoyable. His unique blend of rare intelligence with just enough humor makes listening to him easy. This information on the AV was important in this day of: "A New English Bible every Week." Thanks!
Great study. The centrality of the throne of God in this chapter - all things in the chapter are in reference with the throne. On the throne, around the throne, from the throne, before the throne, in the middle of the throne and around - an excellent study.
Final revelation. God spoke about the salvation by Christ in all Old Testament, but now, in "the Christ event", He made the revelation definitive clear, He put it in all the light. The revelation of salvation in Christ is finished: He will not add to it. Apart from this revelation is darkness.
Excellent! A great proposition: sin is serious, guilt is universal, corruption is total. The Scriptural proof of the doctrine. And the conclusion, in verses 19 and 20. Excellent preaching, serious presentation of Biblical truth!
Serious. Excellent explanation of the arguments of the Jews in this verses by which they try to excuse their refusal of listening to the Gospel. God brings to light this kind of perverted mind, perverted argumentation.
Great Blessing This sermon was a great blessing to my soul, containing as it does the assurance of God's care for his people. I sent this to an old and dear friend who is distressed at troubles in his own denomination that he has faithfully served these long years, but that is now on the verge of apostasy as he put it. May the Lord continue gracious to all his blood-bought people in these dire times.
Powerful. A threat; a glorious provision; the error; a blessed assurance. Clear biblical teaching, but not only general principles, but many particular application and illustration of the church using carnal methods in trying to do the work of the Lord.