Great Sermon! Pastor Morecraft,
I listened to your sermon on presumptive regeneration about 3 months ago. Ever since then I have been mulling over what you said. I have done a great amount of Scripture research and have looked over the Reformed Confessions and catechisms. I have also sought out relevant passages in some of the key figures of Reformed theology (Knox, Calvin, Ursinus, de Bres, Beza, Zanchius, Witsius, etc). I rejoice to say that I was pleasantly surprised to find so much support for what you had to say. Your sermon was convincing, but I wanted greater assurance. As parents, my wife and I are very encouraged knowing that we can trust in God‚Äôs covenant promises to us and our family. Our daughters were baptized and we are catechizing them trusting God to use this to strengthen that work of grace which He has already begun in their little hearts. As I said earlier, I listened to the sermon about 3 months ago. Ever since then, I have wanted to write you and thank you for teaching what is certainly a most neglected truth. Thank you so much.
Such an encouraging sermon. Thank you, Pastor Morecraft, for this encouraging sermon on the Victory of Christ and His people. Highly recommended for everyone to listen on the whole series on Revelation. May we all be equipped to be such faithful witnesses.
The Lord Be Praised! After following the Lord God for all of these many years, I have once again been stricken by the reality of the effect of the world upon my walk with Christ and it's limiting me and keeping me from my Inheritance as a Child of the Living God! How I have been contented with the pig slop while my Father has a banquet awaiting His Child!
Great Sermon! Excellent message! This is the first part of five in a series about the Scottish Covenanters and is greatly encouraging as well as being informative. May the good Lord bless Pastor Morecraft for his faithful preaching.
Excellent. Very good message about Calvin's view of worship, which must be regulated by the Scriptures. The elements of worship are: total dependence on God in all things, bringing Him the glory due to His Name, adoration and humility. God prescribed for us the limits of worshiping Him in the Scriptures, and He does not except any human inventions.
Delight to enjoy God Joe thanks for this. Jeanette and I listened to it today. We have recently left the church of Scotland and joined the Associated Presbyterian Church. Persecution is certainly coming in the UK as the nation drifts into ungodliness but it is good to remember that our reasonable service is to make a stand and be confident in God.
Great Sermon! Mighty sermon. I would love that same message to be delivered to the godless polititians in my country. They too will one day have to give an account to the God who put them into office.
Great Sermon! May the good Lord bless Pastor Morecraft for this message and delivering such a godly message to the Georgia Legislators in attendance. I am certain all Heaven cheered at Pastor Morecraft's bold stand.
Just posted this to my Facebook I just posted a link to this sermon on my Facebook page. Hopefully some people will take the time to listen to and seriously consider their role and responsibility in the sphere of politics. Ultimately the issue boils down to every person and every nation confessing that Christ is our only King.
Truth, nothing but the truth: SO HELP ME, GOD! This brings freedom and refreshment to the soul, as well as conviction that we have a lot of work to do in our neighborhoods, cities, states and nation which are in moral and spiritual decay.
Rich. A message very rich in information, discussing the nature and the role of faith in regard with justification; refutation of NPP and Federal Theology's errors concerning justification; and presentation of the relationship between Paul's view of justification and James 2:24 - there is no contradiction between the 2 NT writers.