Great Sermon! This has been a real treasure for me to listen to. Everytime I hear Dr Ferguson preach or teach I feel sorrow for those who are outside of Christ. I love the personal touch of his stories as they help me understand there's not just God some of the time but God all of the time - he IS life - and he is in every corner of my life - what a privilege and blessing to know God and greater yet to be known by God and then God heaps all these other blessings on us by providing ministers and pastors like Sinclair Ferguson and Derek Thomas and Edward Donnelly - Lord, thank you .
Great Sermon! Rev DeYoung,
I hope you put more sermons on SermonAudio!!! We need messages like this. It's hard to hear Reformed teaching and Biblical exposition. Great job! Please have someone post more of your sermons!God bless!
Check the Scripture passage Hi, love these sermons, but the Scripture passage is listed wrong and the actual sermon for the church in Philadelphia is missing. Would love if you could post that sermon.
Great Sermon! I say an amen to the first comment because I myself have trouble sleeping as well as unpleasant dreams ANC listen to sermons nightly / I learn more about God every night and am at peace
Very encouraging! Thank you so much; I'm listening to your series of sermons on Revelation and have really enjoyed and learnt much from having listened to just the first two. I am privileged to hear this greeting every Sunday morning and when I hear it again on Sunday I shall appreciate it even more with your explanation of it fresh in my memory. Thanks for drawing out so much spiritual encouragement from this Bible passage. It makes me feel truly rich.
Great Sermon! A keeper for meditation. A friend of mine has terrible nightmares. I've told her she might not if she just made it an 'in-the- night' habit to listen to lovely sermons about our awesome, beautiful God.
Great Sermon! When I listen to this very carefully i find the answer to the major question I ask myself - "what is the best way to get through this life" - it's one of those questions every Christian knows the answer to but being able to get from the question to the answer is the hard part - trust and obey every day