Great Sermon! A real blessing. Thank you. You brought fresh, new thoughts to me when you were listing the things Martha had forgotten. I had not before thought along those lines. That blessed me also.
Great Sermon! These ongoing sermons on this topic have been very moving. At one point in this one when you were describing the pure worship in heaven I felt a sense of overwhelmedness and tiredness. Then I realized I was viewing it from my tired, aging, sin body rather than the new, free, sinless, glorified body yet to come. Your God-given, precious sense of wonder and awe of our God in His majesty is contagious and makes my soul soar. Please never stop keeping your face to the ground before Him so we can continue to be blessed by your faithfulness and awe of our God and His majestic Word you expound to us.
Great Sermon! This is a fabulous, 5 star sermon that has richly blessed me. It is true that I am hearing more and more and more on our culture in connection to Romans 1. I am also greatly blessed by the grace on you of your refreshing sense of wonder and awe of the Almighty and the works of His hands. I bless the Lord for your preaching and ministry to us His church. Thank you Dr. McKnight.
Great Sermon! Thank you Dr. McKnight for another rich sermon delivered with passion for our Lord's glory. It gladdens my heart to hear my Lord's vindication in His death. Also the snipets of information I did not know or hadn't thought about are precious. Such things as the tomb and how it was treated after the Lord of glory was laid in it. True, who would lay a mere mortal in there after that. I wonder what was the end for Joseph and Nicodemus? Had not heard that before regarding the hen and egg on the Sabbath. How man can complicate the things of God by foolish zeal. Lastly, I had never picked up on the implication of Nicodemus using the plural "we." Your gifting from God for His church blessed me again. Thank you.
Great Sermon! I appreciate that the Calvinistic Methodist Confession was included giving a nod to methodist roots and an appreciation for the fire that burned in the churches in Wales in times past. One can sense that RBC is reenergized in this present season in connection with acting on their biblical convictions. Godspeed.
Great Sermon! Im so glad you posted this. This is so informative on the creeds. I learned much. I am looking forward to goggling the different creeds and reading them. The congregation should be very pleased with their staff that is making this transition with such clarity and soberness. Many blessings on RBC
Great Sermon! A superb word and admonition. The path truly is very narrow with a remnant traveling it. How deeply grievous the visible church has allowed the enemies of truth to flood it. Likewise grievous our country has with open arms allowed our enemies to infiltrate. I stand with you and your dear congregation in prayer in the transition and excitement to see God move as He Is glorified in truth. Blessings.
informative How grievous this became a necessity, but I greatly admire you and the congregation for standing firm for what is right and true. Dr. McKnight, I've listened to enough of your sermons to know that God has been gracious to your congregation and to us outside listeners by through His grace has given you deep discernment which ultimately is a gift to all of us in your expounding His Holy Word. I am lifting up Reformation Bible Church before Him requesting His rich blessings on y'all in this transition season.