Great Sermon! Acts 2:38 Peter replied, ‚ÄúRepent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.
God cannot tolerate sin. We all owe a debt that we cannot repay. God has provided, through his only begotten son, the perfect and acceptable sacrifice. It is at the point that we repent and are baptized in the name of Jesus Christ that we receive the benefit of his shed blood which is the forgiveness of our sins. Praise God for his love and for this wonderful provision for our redemption and restoration to him!
Great Sermon! We thank the Lord for you Allan, for this great encouraging message, that we are the true Israel of God.
Will send it out, so needs a wide audience.
Love in Christ, English Rose and George
This Infamous Day Yes, brother Don. On Friday afternoon, my husband was overheard in a private conversation, speaking about the Supreme Court decision, with a fellow employee. His boss, who is a sodomite, issued a written warning to him that he is forbidden to speak about "politics" at work. Two more "transgressions", and you're fired. Although the free discourse of speech is our Constitutional right, the law breakers are now more and more bold. Banning speech is a cornerstone of tyranny, we know. And yet, we also know that our LORD is doing this. LORD, thank you for all this, for it means that our redemption draws nigh. LORD, give us grace to declare Thy truth until the very end. In the meantime, here we have "heaven on earth", as you have said!
What a Word! What a wonderful sermon! What a wonderful token! What a wonderful answer to my prayer! I have trusted Him for revival, now it's been many years, and the LORD is doing SO MUCH to prove that He will bring a great revival in the preaching and the hearing of the Gospel of free sovereign grace. Allan, thank you for receiving this word from our God, by faith, and telling the message in such an explicit way! LORD, bring revival and increase our faith.
Great Sermon! This is the best sermon I have yet to hear to explain what the Bible says and does not say about God's predestinating Love. I also appreciated the time invested in the beginning of the sermon defining why we believe it as opposed to history or the writings of men. I believe it because God said it.