Comment on Audio Quality So far the series is wonderful, but - This is ONLY a comment on the audio quality. The audio is poor and difficult to listen to, which is very unfortunate since this is really the ONLY series on this book availble through this site.
The blessed truth! Thank you Pastor for this message. Not often people preach on a message from Revelation without looking at the excitement of what might come.
A very neglected part of this chapter is indeed this message of prayer. A very timely reminder to me - as indeed we need such reminders frequently in our innate ability to fail. Yes, from time to time from pastors these message must be heard (shepherds directing us aright). Despondency sinks in at the state of the world, and with despondancy comes a weakening of prayer. It is a good reminder that our Lord is indeed the conqueror and who has won the war, and that we are part of the war that has been waged through time.
We must not relent or give up, in fact we must redouble our efforts in the face of this message.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this wonderful message!
The virgin birth of Jesus is a beautiful picture of the sovereignty of God in our salvation today!
As Christ was born within Mary (without a man, and without the "will of the flesh", so Christ is born in our hearts today. What an honor to bear in our body
the "marks of the Lord Jesus Christ" as He is formed within us by the Spirit!
Great Sermon! Thank you for this wonderful sermon
declaring the sound doctrine of our justification by the imputed Righteousness of Christ -
received by faith alone! Praise God!
Yes, salvation is of the Lord!
Great Sermon! Pastor Gladwell is a very anointed and gifted teacher. I recommend ALL of his sermons and don't skip his introductory prayers. The church can learn much from his teaching and his prayers.
A antidote against fretting over evildoers! One of the hardest things to come to terms with, in what we see around us, is the apparant prospering of evildoers, and the ungodly,in their desecration of the ways of the Lord, and their hostility to the righteous.Mr.Hewitt brings before us the antidote to fretting over these things ,looking at it from a Biblical perspective, and taking lessons from such as Haman in the book of Esther, and Herod in the book of Acts, whom both seemed to be prospering against the righteous, but were cut off like the grass.There is not an abundance of sermons on this subject, so we must be grateful for what is available via sermonaudio,and thank preachers like bro Hewitt for addressing it so.