'with Christ, which is far better' May the Lord continue to comfort the family of our dear brother John. Such a blessing to be at the funeral of a believer. We do not grieve as those who have no hope!
A growing heresy! Thank you!
I pray that many will listen to this lecture in America. This Reconstruction/Theonomy movement have neglected the Gospel of Jesus Christ and replaced it with Moralism and Pharisaical attitude. May God help us to return to the preaching of the true Gospel of Jesus Christ!
Great Sermon! Thank you very much for your ministry, Reverend Silversides. It has been so helpful to me. I am a FP of Scotland member, but I have learned so much about truth and love from you. The Alpha Course was unknown to me, apart from banners and a few CofE friends involved. with it. Now I know how to speak to them.
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor,
I learned about the Puritan Hope from Ian Murray forty years ago, and I have loved this truth for all these years, but I have never heard it set forth with the clarity, logical force, simplicity and conviction that you have brought to the subject. God bless you! I am moved to tears. I will be sharing this with anyone who will listen.
Very Informative I am from a dispensationalist background but I always felt like things didnâ€™t quite mesh. This sermon brought out some of the glaring problems that I couldnâ€™t quite put my finger on. Whether you agree with Brother Silversides or not there is a lot to consider in this sermon. Thanks for the sermon.
Most Helpful Sermon On Social Networking I highly recommend all who use, or know others who use social networking sites, such as Facebook to listen to this Biblical message by Pastor David Silversides.
Hope! With a reported 50% divorce rate scandal, even in the church, perhaps it's only the Amish, considering divorce unthinkable, who offer hope to the unbelieving, hurting and dying world. Thank you.
Thankful to the Lord... and brother David for this instructive and encouraging teaching from Deuteronomy 3. It was especially helpful as regards Presbyterian unity in doctrine and the application to life of what is commanded. In the difficulty of the warefare with the world, the flesh and the devil, if we reflect on God's past mercies it will encourage our faith and hope for future mercies.
It brought to mind Romans 12:5-18. Especially verse 6 "Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, whether prophecy, let us prophesy according to the proportion of faith;" The example of Mr. Alexander Peden whose faith was the reason for his boldness in prayer and his ability to apply the prophetic word of Scripture to the times in which his hap was cast, made him bold in the preaching of it and forthright in its application.
O that the Lord would increase his poor Kirk's faith to fervent prayer and powerful preaching for the difficult days ahead with an eye to our children and our children's children's future, as he pointed out. Psalm 90
Excellent sermon This was a great message, and well worth the time. In my case at least, a good part of what was said is not new material, but the way it was expressed made it clearer, or gave me a different perspective (the fact that his accent is wonderful is an added bonus). David Silversides is a man who fears God and is not afraid to speak the truth, even if it happens to be uncomfortable.
Thankful to the Lord... and brother David for this message based on Jeremiah 12:7-17. It gives the reasons why the people of God but in particular those in the office of pastors and teachers, that Christ has given his Church; together with a covenanted magistracy should be much in prayer regarding the former and in humble subjection to the Law of the King of kings in the case of the later. This matter greatly concerns the third angel of Reformation's message according to Rev.14: 9-12
The enemy of all righteousness has been well defined by Kirk's historic testimony. Coming to the close of the 1260 years of the great falling away, (as it appears from Scripture) hastens to a conclusion; Ought we not to reflect on the former times of reformation mercifully granted by the Lord our Shepherd? Might we not again expect seasons of refreshing from the presence of the Lord, when we repent; turning FROM our sins against our covenant mercies that were granted us by our Prophet, Priest and King and UNTO the Head of His Church? 2 Cor.7:10-11