Great Sermon! Well spoken sermon and greatly needed. Sin is rarely spoken about in the pulpit today. Pastors worry too much about offending the people rather than preparing them for eternity. Good for you pastor don't stop preaching truth and keep stepping on the (toes,sin)
Great Sermon! RC. always has been my very favourite modern day minister and guru of GOD!! his books are excellent and i wish more people would accustom themselves with him and his teaching!!! WHOLLY BIBLICAL!!! MAY KING JESUS BLESS HIM AND LOOK AFTER HIM! AMEN!
Fascinating sermon I found this to be a very informative and entertaining message. Dr. Lawson did a great job of making Edwards' skills and abilities stand out, and pointing out what we can learn from him today. We are blessed to have Edwards's sermons available, and this is a 1loving portrait of a truly godly man. His passion for the gospel and the souls of his people is evident. No wonder seminaries still study him and his clear, no-nonsense message. You will be enlightened by this message. Well done to Dr. Lawson on both this and the message about George Whitefield. I cannot recommend this more strongly to give us an anchor back to what we once were - and may God grant that we become again.
A must-hear for every preacher! A much needed reminder for every preacher of the glorious gospel of Christ. Truly, God used this to remind me to fan into flame the gift of God given to me. His 2nd point, "the gravity of preaching" was both refreshing & convicting at the same time. I give praise to our great God for using this sermon to prepare me as I prepare to preach the Word this Lord's Day. Thank you, brother Lawson for your faithfulness to the Word of God. Thank You, Holy Spirit, for gifting & enabling this man to encourage the flock of Jesus.
Great Sermon! As a bi-vocational pastor of a small Church, I was greatly humbled, challenged, and encouraged by this sermon. Trying to hold true to sound doctrine and expositional preaching can seem lackluster to the rest of the world, however Bro. Lawson's sermon encourages me and renews my conviction of the task before me and all who are called of God and made stewards of His Word.
Jade Ave Baptist Church,
Great Sermon! Superlatives seem weak or pallid when trying to extol this most excellent talk. Thank you LORD for the faithful use of that "Sproul" brain, and for Dr. Sproul's obvious deep faith. May the LORD bless you and keep you, Dr. Sproul. What a blessing to hear you.
Numbers 6:24-26 -Kay