Great Sermon! Rev Hughes,
I'm studying Daniel on Wed nights at my church (FBC Woodstock, GA) and have thoroughly enjoyed listening to your sermons as an accompaniment to my study! Thank you for being a man of God, for proclaiming Truth so boldly and clearly! May our Lord and Savior graciously bless your life.
In His might name
Your sister in Christ,
A must Hear Sermon Series! I have heard this sermon and also the other two parts (#1, and #3) of it and I must say by far that this is one of the most passionate, anointed and convicting sermons I have heard on the Life of Peter. But more than anything, these sermons have given me hope that though I too am guilty of sin much worse than Peter, there is hope for me, because of the intercession of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ!
Pastor Robert Fischer reminds us that real Christians can commit sins that are inconsistent with their faith. The sin that Peter committed was so serious that if he had continued in it would have put him in Hell! This sermon teaches us the reality of trials and that how most of the time we fail in our trials. Unlike many preachers who poke fun at the Devil, Pastor Robert lays out the seriousness of who the Devil is and the power he wields in temptations. He says that it was not just a â€˜Servant girlâ€™ that scared Peter and made him deny the Lord, but there was the enemy of our souls involved in his denial.
A must hear sermon for all who claim to be â€˜born-againâ€™ Christians! May the Lord richly bless Pastor Robert and use him more and more to feed the Church of God in these dark days!
A Must Hear Sermon! Here is a preacher who not only knows the Word but also knows how to string them into a beautiful necklace for the Glory of God and the edification and comfort of the Saints! This is one of the most anointed sermons that I have personally heard on 'The Good Shepherd'.
A sermon emphasizing Christ's ownership of His sheep and all that He undertakes for them. A very uplifting message for those Christians who are discouraged and feel forsaken by God.
A must hear sermon!
Heart searching Preached like a true Puritan. The church needs much of this kind of preaching with that firery rebuke of sin with the hope that we Gods so called people will awake from our sleep of lethagy and death.God bless you, God bless,God bless you Mr Martin for daring to preach as a Puritan in this sin loving and righteouss hating age in which we live.
Execellant ! A most solemn and needed message for our corrupt Laodicean age. This doctrinal and practical sermon seperates the sheep from goats,and is bread for Gods dear children. Thank you Mr Martin for your faithfullness to Crist Jesus as his ambassador and minister of the gospel.
thank you for the blessing of Psa 23 Dear Uncle Bill..........I listen to this sermon and your Psalm 23 series over and over again and receive great comfort especially this sermon.........I have manic-depression and have suffered so much....but more so from discrimmination from family and church and feel Eze 34 explains clearly......it is so hard....but God is so good to me and altogether precious and I love him so much for keeping me .......
I saw your sister Anne ...and she told me about Jonathan's wedding ..I was so pleased for him and pass on my BEST WISHES........love in our wonderful Saviour Hazel xx ps love to Aunty Alma
Keeping the hedge intact I agree with Al that we need to keep the Lord's Day Sabbath as a delightful hedge against the erosion of doctrines.
Ever since it has been changed to Sunday, or the 1st day of the week, (the new path) honouring the God of Creation has been forgotten and has now been attacked by Evolution to destroy the foundations of our faith. We have no Biblically authority to make this change that cannot be easily disputed.
This is doing just what he says we should not do, i.e. take away the hedge.
See also Romans 14: 5 & 6
Great Sermon! All Praise to my Lord and Saviour for your ministry I have been abundantly blessed by the preached word thru brother Martin. Thank you for being on sermon audio. Thankfully, Lisette Estevez
A must hear! What a blessing. A must hear for every preacher. In a day when reformed chuches are tempted to give in to the ways of this world, let us, "Stand in the ways and see, and ask for the old paths, where the good way is, and walk in it..."
Bless God for our spiritual fathers in the faith. Pastor Martin has preached and practiced the old paths for more than 50 years. Let us younger preachers take heed. Let us turn our hearts back, not merely to our forefathers or tradition, but to Scripture. And in doing, we will find that much of what we have inherited by our reformed and puritan forefathers has been grounded upon the Word.
May the Lord grant a far hearing to this sermon [and the others in the series]. Thank you Pastor Martin for pointing us to that path which provides "rest for our souls."
Wow, Wow, Wow. This sermon is great for one who needs personal revival. It speaks to the needs of those who may be in a declined spiritual state without any hope of true restoration. The sermon has stirred me to seek the restoration that God delights to give His people.
Great Sermon! After listening to this sermon, I felt much convicted about my inadequacies and failures of and in being able to communicate the Perfections and Beauties of our Blessed Lord in a manner that does not fall into the pit of idolatry.
Truly this is one of those Sermons where we see ourselves in the something of the light of the Majesty of who God is, and are left awestruck by His Being.
Great Sermon! Thank you for such a timely Biblical approach (not humanistic) to the steps of restoration from sin and confirmation of fritful love to the Lord! Our God will certainly continue to bless you.
Great Sermon! I wish I had the power to promote this sermon, its rich in biblical doctrine, I strongly recommend this to sermon audio listeners. There are much to learn here, especially when we don't understand the mystery of GOD and His abiblity to takae every wrong and make it right in His way. We have only what He wants us to know. Therefore He clearly states Deut. 29v29 many arogantly stray away from that. We simply can't do GOD'S work for Him. He's all powerful and does not need our help. All of man's actions in this world whether it may be good or bad, The LORD is the ultimate fixer of all ills. Praise GOD and Thank you.
Great Sermon! Dear Uncle Bill and Aunty Alma
Your sermon has been a great blessing to me now that i have found you on the internet and relish listening to more.
I always feel the need to seek you out
when my Mum died and now my Dad.He has stomach cancer and you may now about it and last November was given 12-18 mths to live. He also has an ICD unit for his irregular heart beat and last week gave him some nasty shocks and thought he was dying ...turned out to be fault on the Â£25,000 machinery.
But worries me as I sob is that he says that he is not worried of dying... but of facing God.How can this be????? Is not heaven his home and he longs to be with HIS SAVIOUR is it his senility..it is so hard to get through to him ...to reassure him of the promises of God....is the Devil robbing him of his peace in his final and hardest battle
Please pray for him and if you could send him a note of reassurance in his final days...he will I hope and pray listen to you
Authentic Christianity I encourage you all to listen: "Real Christian experience is where there is this dynamic relationship between you and the Living God. Where God takes you and He changes you, where He puts His law into your heart so you are inclined to do it, where God by His Spirit changes you inwardly; where God comes and puts His fear in your heart so you are drawn to Him and you are attracted to Him and you want to please Him. Where He Himself keeps working..." amen!