Great Sermon! Thank you for being faithful to the text.
Most will attribute this passage to the transfiguration and cite 2 Pet 1:16-18 as a proof text. While there is much to be said about the mount of transfiguration, if one examines the wording in the synaptic gospels this popular explanation becomes inadequate and does not do justice to the scripture.
I believe most are simply not willing to embrace that the kingdom of God which Jesus frequently refers to is in many ways here and now.
Great Sermon! Thank you so much for your words regarding the duties of wives, part 1 and part 2. I have realized many areas where I have been disrespectful to the man who I am considering marrying. You have helped me to recognize this and I am certain our interactions will be blessed as I live out these words. Thank you...I am very grateful for your words!
Are you suffering? Jim Savastio in this eloquent and moving sermon carefully examines the beginning of Paul's suffering for Christ, and the reasons God allowed Paul to suffer. This message has great relevance for all of us when we suffer for the cause of Christ. Please share this powerful message with others!
Gracious and Challenging! Pastor James came along side me in this message, encouraged me and also helpfully challenged me as a Pastor of a Reformed Baptist Church. Oh, God give us ears to hear and eyes to see where we must stay the course and where we must grow to be further conformed to your image as churches! May He use this message to that end. Thanks again James!
An insightful assessment James Williamson provides an insightful, fair and balanced assessment of Reformed Baptist churches from across the spectrum. Based on current knowledge and taking account of present challenges, he presents some pointed conclusions, asks some painful questions, and issues some stirring challenges. Thank you, brother, for taking the time to think these things through prayerfully and give us the fruit of your considerations. May God help us humbly to examine our hearts and lives, hold to the truth where we are sure of it, repent of sin where we identify it, and pursue what is right in his eyes with all our strength.
Great Sermon! Deliberative! Listen to Grow Pastor Jim, shows after putting in the labor on the text how I have responded to the LORD'S nearness and has challenged me to consider where I stand in light of the text: emotionally, spiritually and with my affections. Well, done Pastor Jim
Useful! It is not a short sermon, but it is not boring at no time. Interesting and relevant, rich information, the selection of it illuminates well the early life of Augustine. Well constructed, many lessons to learn. I am thankful for it.
Eloquent and Powerful Jesus instructed his disciples on the way to the Garden of Gethsemane that they must abide in him? What did our Lord truly mean? How are we to abide in him and are their consequences for us if we ignore this command? Jim Savastio answers these questions and more in this masterful, eloquent and powerful sermon. This message is not to be missed! Please share it with others!!!!
Great Sermon! PRAISE GOD! There are much benefits from this sound teaching on GOD'S Devine Wisdom. GOD has chosen Pastors like you to impart wise learning to His people. Thank you Pastor Sturgeon, GOD BLESS YOU.
What a blessing! This message was so good I listened to it twice in a row. It was very convicting as well as encouraging. As someone who desires to be a virtuous woman, I saw areas that I still need to work on. Thank you Pastor Grevious. The LORD used you to bless myself as well as my family. Blessings in Christ to you!
Mrs. Damian (Ouida) Garcia
Great! Glory to God for this message! What a difference between a tree and a chaff.
This is such a wonderful blessing to be a child of God that we should never, never be discouraged but full of joy in Him and criing out to the 'chaff' for their repentence.
Thank you for praying for Hungary!