Great Sermon! Great encouragement.
I thank God for SermonAudio and the available spiritual resources.
It is absolutely beneficial to engage with others as we post. There is so much we can say to one another here that cannot be said even in our churches. I have often asked co members, in the church I attend, what happens after Sunday? There is no one to talk with about the many issues challenging our walk. Churchgoers are eager to leave and not fellowship over what the message was about.
When I was a child, my mother and her peer met every Friday night for prayer. It was called a missionary meeting, but they read the Bible and prayed afterward. We don't have that anymore and it leaves us lonely and alone at times.
The more we become individualist and isolate others, the greater the necessity of resources such as SermonAudio and the Chat Board where we meet others.
A thought! Women should be able to find their niche here. This can be their mini pulpit to minister to others.
God has given us a great gift.
Great Sermon! This is the fundamental question: " Who is on the LORD'S side? ." There will be times when we all find ourselves in the same situation. It is important to be aware that we will also be asked the discerning question Moses posed to the people of Israel.
Thank you SermonAudio for this awesome sermon.
I wish you all a blessed Easter!
Great Sermon! We praise the Lord to hear preaching from the faithful, old time preachers. They are rejoicing in the presence of their Lord now and we will be with them one day. God was glorified by these who stood for truth. I pray that we will give out the Word as much today as they did!
Great Sermon! Am I just playing a game of religion (I look alive but am really dead) or do I have a new nature (I've been changed/made alive by the Spirit)? Am I living for God's approval ("Well done, good and faithful servant.") or man's ("I know you're one of us.")?
God judging. It is true: God's people will not be judged as the unbelievers, but their service will be judged for reward. The unbelievers will be judged for their sins. I would interpret differently Matthew 25.
Great Sermon! This is such awesome doctrine- I recall when I suddenly realised that I was not able to keep the law and Christ had kept it for me and boy was I so happy and relieved. The sttuggle is for us to stay with that and not keep reverting to being a law keeper.
Fantastic gospel awesome message - all praise to our wonderful perfect saviour.