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Great Sermon for any denomination The Reformed Baptist Church of Louisville is indeed Blessed to have a Pastor so mature in the Spirit.
I encourage all Christians, especially Reformed ones to listen
A challenging message, PTL! This message series has been a great, and challenging reminder to press towards the mark with our child training, and not to be weary in well doing. I Thank the Lord for this faithful ministry.
Great Sermon! Great sermon with many Scripture proofs. I am the President of the women's ministry at my church and cannot wait to pass this along. Thank you for being biblical and practical and for preaching with boldness.
question re Luke Sir, how do you know (from the text) Luke is a gentile? His use of hebraisms would argue the opposite. As the article WWW.biblestudymanuals.net/Luke.htm
Just starting a study and wonder why you would assume such a thing when you had just said we should know a little how Luke was the author, not just assume it?
All the best.
A must hear sermon! A wonderful teaching on who the Anabaptists were, preached in the right spirit, without apologizing for the Reformers. The best sermon on this subject. God bless Brother Bob Brown and his ministry!
Very good Sermon! Thank and praise God for a very good sermon. The preacher has expounded Psalm 30 clearly teaching us about the particular sin of David in his prosperity and his godly response. I was also blessed by his application of the psalm at the end of his sermon.
Great Sermon! This is a sermon that should be listened to as seriously as Albert Martin's sermon, Effective Fatherhood." SID=61102113415 I chose to listen to it today because I need so much help in this area myself. The application of the Jay Adam's quote was heart searching with the application drawn out like the fulfilling of a prophecy applied to my own son - and a rebuke to my own self. The communication is what I have learned to expect from Pastor M. If there is one part of it that I wish would have been added, it was a word of hope to those of us dads who know we have been weighed in the balance of Eph. 6:4 and are found wanting. May God be merciful to us dads and make right the work we so often mar.
Thank you for such a great sermon! Thank you for such a great sermon. God has recently been calling me to become the wife He made me to be. These sermons are so on point & I am grateful for a pastor who will teach Biblical principles- even if they are not popular in our society. Thank you! God bless.
Great Sermon! I, along with a very dear brother in Christ were visitors last evening in The Reformed Baptist Church of Louisville. It was a blessing to hear Brother Ryan expound the Word of God. In fact, I am about to listen to it again on line. I come from a Southern Baptist church and have been a member there for about 10 years. This is the first time I've sat under Preaching like that and singing to God in that way for ever. Thanks for the hospitality to you members!