an unfortunate address This is just a collection of old charges and quotations against dispensationalism, many of which are ripped out of their context. There are legitimate arguments against dispensationalism, but you will not find them here. I will agree that Pastor Kimbro does speak with grace and I appreciate that.
Great Sermon! Pastor Hughes - you are so right when you say the knowledge you get from sermons you hear in the past help you get thru the difficult time you are in in the present - thank you for this fine sermon . It was a real jewel
Great Sermon! Song of Solomon is not often preachers preach out of the book. This man had great wisdom. I was having a hard time but listening to the sermon made me remember Praise God the morning comes. It has been so sweet to watch that when things are at its worse, the morning comes, the light shines through and I find God has given me more than I expected to fix that problem. I am so thankful for this sight and all the sermons by this man.
Great Sermon! Was sick. Stayed home from the evening service. Tried to tune into SA broadcast of this service but audio was too trebly. Could not bear listening. Switched to Faith Free broadcast and this sermon spoke to me directly in so many points. What a timely message for me! Just what I needed to hear and when I needed to hear it. ....it is the Lord...Thank you brother Wagner and be blessed.
Great Sermon! Thanks Dr Barrett, this sermon helps. I previously had listened to Mr. Marc Monte's take and yours is more helpful. I think an exegetical dialogue over questioned verses would help, like Luke 9. Thanks again for your teaching.
AMAZING Sermon! I'm convinced that the Lord led me to this pastor at a crucial time. It was perfectly tailored to what I needed to hear. Through several of his messages, Pastor Mercer has been the Lord's appointed messenger to reach me and remind me that He has not forgotten me, nor will He fail me even though things look very hopeless.
If you are facing a similar outlook, take heart. Don't neglect this message. I also hope that listeners won't overlook two of his other complementary messages that complement this sermon: "Trusting in the Midst of Darkness" and "God's Purpose for His People" (oh and also "Take it to the Lord in Prayer")
In trying to express my gratitude, Philemon 1:7 came to mind (forgive me for the personalized paraphrased version)-- "I thank God for you... for I have derived much joy and comfort (and also hopeful encouragement) from your messages. My heart has been refreshed through you." God bless you, Reverend Mercer as you continue to preach the Word and serve Him.