Great Sermon! Thank you so much for this heartfelt message of hope Pastor Clark. My husband and I have had the pleasure and great blessing to be able to see you in person in Pontiac a couple of times, and I want to say that I am so grateful that you are serving our Lord faithfully with honest to God messages that pierce the heart and soul. I will be moving east soon, out of Michigan, but hope to be able to visit as I am able before the move, and am so grateful that you can be located here on Sermon Audio, because I will certainly miss the banquets served at the Master's table at your church. :)
Great Sermon! It is a sad truth that time and again not just the babe in Christ, but even the Father in Christ labours much to be âaccepted in the belovedâ; and this notwithstanding their knowledge of the doctrines of free grace. It is there in all of us, either consciously or subconsciously that there is something that WE need to do for Christ to accept us. While all through God is saying, âI will love them FREELYâ. [Hos 14:4].
A wonderful sermon by Pastor Kent Clark reminding us of this basic truth. A sermon for the saddened Saint who needs reminding that it is all by grace! A sermon for the backslidden Saint who fears rejection. And definitely a sermon for the legalist Saint who is working his fingers raw to please God and be accepted!
Pastor Clark gives us the key to stop sinning. He says, âWhen you are overwhelmed on a daily basis with the love of God, thatâs when itâs going to stop! This is a true saying and worthy of all acceptation!
A sermon to listen frequently and also recommend to our fellow brethren who may be downcast or in despair!
Powerful Message! AMEN! Be sure to hear this wonderful, powerful sermon about the great power of God in the true gospel that eternally saves lost sinners and gives them new life from God above...
Great Sermon! I heard this one a second time and was reminded of the old song we used to sing..."Oh what A Wonder that Jesus Found Me, Out in the darkness, no light could I see"... However, sad to say, most of our churches these days have lost the "wonder of it all"...
This sermon is unique because it points out the fact that...who would of thought that Onesimus (a run-away slave) was chosen and predestinated by God (before time began) to become a bond slave of the Lord Jesus Christ, and one of God's elect..!