Humbling. A humbling message! How high are the standards of God! We are called to live in holiness and in love in a corrupt world. We are called to love Christ and to wait eagerly for His return. May God work in us His children all these heavenly qualities!
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, Thank you for your sermon. It has touched my heart. I listened to it thru the internet. You'll never know how many people you touch in this life time. God bless you, your family and ministry. In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
Heart of an atheist disclosed. Excellent anatomy of the atheist's pretenses. God brings to light his gimmicks. He wants to run away from God;s judgment, but he deceives himself. And God's judgment will find him. Excellent evangelistic sermon.
Great Sermon! Pastor Dunn, I like listening to good teachings, I wish so many of the other speakers out there whom the LORD knows by name could listen to this sermon and let it be an example to them in righteous teachings of GOD'S WORD. When the HOLY SCRIPTURES are twisted to express one's total depravity towards another the LORD will deny them on judgement day. GOD has blessed you Pastor Dunn and chosen you to teach HIS HOLY WORD. Thank you Cindy
A reall blessing Pastor Barker: I have been so very blessed by your Elijah sermons. Thank you greatly. However, I am unable to find the other Elijah sermons (#1, 2, & 4).
Your sermon from 1 Kings 18:42 (Elijah's prayer)
is one I hope to always remember...as to how we approach the Lord in our personal prayers. Blessings, in HIM, Burton
Great Series! Your series on Luke has been a great encouragement! I look forward to up coming installments. Very well thought out, and carefully researched.
That being said, I feel compelled to make the following note.
Note: The dimensions of the alter of burnt offering may have been used when referring to the alter of incense (Exodus 30:1), as the latter is not as vast as described in the sermon.
Please do not let this discourage your otherwise Excellent work! I admire your dedication to the Word and the work. I would love to hear more expositions on this and other books that approach this quality (I'm still new to sermonaudio, but feel assured your series is of the highest caliber and clearly one of the best I've heard thus far).