Valuable Sermon My heart rejoiced hearing the voice of God through this message from the beginning to the end.
All members of Christ's Body are precious. But you are valuable to the Body of Christ, because of your maturity and sweet intimate fellowship with our heavenly Father.
May God be praised and pleased with the portion received by your listeners. May we all understand our union and inheritance wrought by His adopting us. May we adorn ourselves with such doctrine dispensed through your sermons.
Great Sermon! Wisely presented. Even an uneducated person such as myself could understand every word. Thanks for keeping simple the deep things of God that are lacking in many believers.
We are drowning with information and facts without communicating the truths of God.
Profound Sermon! Thank you, thank you, thank you for such truth.
As a new creation, in Christ, there are no boundaries to where kings go to give the gospel of wisdom.
Too long Christians(?) have preserved their lives; holing on to the "SELF," which is always a losing battle. There is a lack of understanding and trust in the established word of God.
Great Sermon! Please listen to this if you want to hear one of the clearest and meaningful presentations of the atonement you could ever hear. This is the neglected heart of the gospel picked up from the scrap heap of neglect and given to us who are all in great need of a heart transplant or at the very least in need of an understanding and appreciation for our new heart. Thank you Mr. Hughes.
Duplicate sermons, No. 01 missing The three-part series by Dr. Singer appears to have duplicated lecture No. 2, "The Puritan Political Heritage," and omitted lecture No. 1, "The Puritan Theological & Cultural Heritage." Can this be fixed or should I try to find No. 1 somewhere else on the website?
Thanks for your help!
So helpful I loved this sermon. I thank God for preserving His word! Good info to help me when speaking with KJV only friends. I think a lot of people are 'KJV only' due to ignorance. Thank you for your ministry.
Great Sermon! I saw the video version of this debate years ago and I have to say that Joey Pipa blew Dave Hunt out of the water! As was said by another commentor on part 2 of this debate here on SermonAudio, It was a "Slam Dunk for Dr. Pipa." Pipa's arguments seem to come from an exegetical approach to Scripture while Dave's seem driven by emotion and maudlin sentimentalism.