Great Sermon! A provoking look into the 3 major philosophical beliefs in Greece that Paul faced as he preached the Gospel. Phil does an excellent job giving us an historical picture of what dominated the city that first heard the meaning of Christianity -- very interesting overview described indepth.
Revealing Sermon! While the entire sermon was revealing, a phrase Phil used "That trying to hide a secret sin from God was as if you were an atheist and did not fear God" That's a very unusual way of looking and analyzing secret sins -- makes me think more deeply about that.
Powerful Sermon! This is one of the most thoroughly analyzed and defined explanations of what Christ Jesus means to us as believers in the Lord and Savior. Phil covers all aspects of what God gives us and what we "owe" to God in return -- not that we gain anything by our behavior, but we see what is inherent in our union with God. This is one of Phil's most powerful and meaningful sermons. I will definitely listen to it more than a couple of times to be reinforced by all it offers.
Great Sermon! Brother Phil does an excellent job explaining the differences of the Two Covenants as they apply to Sarah and Hagar and each of their sons. There is much to this history that is the foundation today's wars in that area. It's always interesting to hear more explanation of parts of the Old Testament and Phil always does a insightful job.
Must Hear Sermon! Brother Phil does an outstanding job showing the difference of Grace and the Law. He makes strong points on the necessity of Grace and of the value of Law in understanding True Salvation. Too many of today's churches mix the two together and end up with confusion and erroneous understanding of Grace and the Law. Once you hear this sermon you should not be following preachers who don't preach a clear distinction of these two important parts in the Holy Bible.
Fabulous! Once again, Pastor Don Green delivers a thoughtful, powerful sermon. This sermon beautifully compliments Dr. Martyn Lloyd Jones' words in his book, "Spiritual Depression." It boils down to Faith. If we truly have a proper understanding of our Lord, anxiety will not be entertained but we will be able to trust Him in everything. It is amazing how our Lord meets our needs-from reading Dr. Jones' written words to hearing Pastor Green who both essentially said the same thing all on the same day. Thank you, thank you, Pastor Green. Blessings to you.
Great Sermon! `Phil does an excellent job showing how belief in the Gospel can be challenged by false teachers and we must be diligent in pursuing the Truth at all times. We must discern what shows the salvation is of Christ Jesus and not by any works by us. I am afraid that message is not taught by many preachers today.
Yah sounds about right First the bad news then the good news. The Gospel good news makes no sense without the bad news. And we are the bad news. The closer we get to the good news the "bader" we see ourselves as we really are and the "gooder" the good news gets !!