Powerful Sermon! Brother Parker does an excellent job of helping us do a self-examination to see where we are in relation to God and peace.
This message is great for those who are "born again" and also for those who are not sure about their position in God. Great Scripture references to give deep insight for everyone.
Great Sermon! Wonderful, I wish all these other preachers would speak the truth from the bible and stick to the gospel like Mr Bill Parker. It's got to the point where he is now the only person I watch on tv and listen to on sermon audio . Bless you Mr Parker a true witness to the true gospel.
Great Sermon! Wonderful message, with such a clear and defined subject. This has helped me a great deal, I am a new Pastor of a local church that is going to have to deal with this issue very soon. I thank you for this message, you brought out many things that I had over looked. Thank you and God Bless.
Great Sermon! How can so many Christians be so aggressively opposed to such a thorough, clear, encouraging, hope filled, Bible unifying, God glorifying message as the message of eternal security. To put it crassly, I think man can't handle the idea of God getting all the credit. Time and time again throughout Christendom's history and present circumstance, men of position try to assert themselves in some way, shape or form as additional mediators between men and God. We are to bow to no man, only Christ is worthy. I feel so free because I feel no need to live up to the demands of men but rather am motivated by the indwelling Holy Spirit of Christ, towards what is truly love.
Losing salvation is a convenient idea for those preachers who have synthetic authority masking the fact that their gospel is false, and their congregations are depressed.
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor,
I certainly enjoyed the message featured on 10-7-12 titled "Boldness in the Holiest."
It brought understanding and appreciation for the Blessed Word of God!
God Bless You!
Great Sermon! this clarity was very much needed. I listened twice and still missed what the fourth useage of lmputation was. I got Adam's sin to me, my sin to Christ, Christ's righteousness to me (praise GOD), but what is the fourth? What did I miss?
The Truth of Substitution Amen! Jesus Christ was an UNBLEMISHED sacrifice.
"He was made sin, really made sin; not in His nature, for He was holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners; but he was made sin in covenant contract, as the Head and Representative of His people. Poor tempted child of God, poor believer, thy blindness, thy hardness, thy pride, thy lust, thy unbelief, and the plague of thy heart, were all imputed to Christ; he bore the blame, and put away sin by the sacrifice of Himself."