How can we believe? God's promise and oath! A powerful sermon about God's promise and oath - sworn by Himself, because there was no one greater. This should be an encouragement to Christians - and hope for those who are not!
A serious message This is a serious message that everyone who is not saved by the grace of the Lord Jesus needs to listen to. And it's also comforting to Christians to learn that there is forgiveness available even in the face of the worst sins. No sin is too great to be forgiven.
Great Sermon! Yet again, I have encouragement in the Word through this minister - this time to not give up wrestling with God! I will continue to wait upon the Lord, and whilst I wait, I will search my heart. It is good to be reminded that the immediate answer to our prayer does not come just because we had the Lord's swift attention in the past. I hope and pray others who have found their hands hanging limp, may be encouraged also, to know that God will answer prayers if we would but continue to seek Him and not give up. May the Lord bless you minister.
A Problem With Your Logic I find it curious that you use the Septuagint to back up one point yet ignore it when you claim the number of canonical books is limited to 66, while the Septuagint is consistent in content with the complete Catholic canon.
All Pastor Murray's Sermons are a blessing Dear Pastor Murray:
This is Burton again (RE at Cornerstone
Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Brevard, NC. Please know how much I appreciate your God glorifying sermons. God's care to you and your flock. In Him, Burton
Great Sermon! http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=1290616813
Also listen in conjunction with this sermon Rev Murray's The Golden Idol of Intolerance...both sermons are the true commentary of the great and downward spiral of a once great nation which now not only tolerates all manner of evil but promotes such and even glorifies in its own sin filled wickedness.
Great Sermon! I note I have commented on 'What Made Britain Great' http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=12100616598
When the comments should be placed here. Both sermons should be heard together!
You: Before the throne! All of these messages from the 2007 Communion are a blessing to listen to. But if you can only listen to one, listen to this one - and imagine yourself before the throne of judgement! Each person will be in that position some day. What What will you say? What will you do? This message explains your hope on that day, so don't miss it.
Great Sermon! Reassuring teaching on both God's plan as it unfolds and his judgment and mercy. It all makes sense, and is well stated. The slides help those who do not have English as their native language.
Great Sermon! All the facts presented in this messaqe are things I've known but they are still shocking when brought together and spoken of as they are in this sermon. What a sermon for the days we are living in. I heard the sermon for the first time three days ago and have played it several times since. On the news today it was reported that Britain is the worst country to bring a child up in. God bless you David Murray and keep on proclaiming it like it is.
Solid Bible teaching The teaching in these messages about the covenant is welcome because it is solidly Biblical, and today the Word of Faith movement has taken over the covenant as a way to put God in obligation to satisfy your fleshly desires. Teachers like Kenneth Copeland have taken some of the main ideas of the Biblical covenant and completely turned them around and made the covenant something that puts God at your service. This isn't the covenant of the Bible. I encourage anyone who is confused by Word of Faith covenant teachings to listen to this and learn about the true covenant of the Bible.
Learn more about God! I recommend this series to Christians, to learn more about God. If you learn what God has revealed about himself in the Bible, all the other doctrines and beliefs will line up. And I especially recommend it to people who aren't Christian
I encourage everyone to listen to this whole series. Before you listen to the first message, if you have a copy of Berkhof's Systematic Theology, read part one, chapter five (V), section C on page 55-56, particularly paragraph 4 to the end where it talks about the communicable and incommunicable attributes, which are mentioned in this sermon. The next two chapters (VI and VII) talk about the incommunicable and communicable attributes and are a good reference. Sometimes it helps to get these theological ideas explained from a different angle.
Great Sermon! Pastor Murray is uniquely gifted by the Holy Spirit as this sermon and others clearly indicate. I am so very thankful for his ministry. What an
encouragement and challenge to me. May the Lord enable me by His grace to return and remain in my first love for Jesus Christ.
A strong storm and a compelling sermon The storm going on during this sermon must have been strong for it to be so audible - I wonder if there is still a roof on the building! This sermon is a compelling look at eternity from both the negative and positive sides. Many negative aspects of eternity without Christ are mentioned, and then the positives of coming to Christ are emphasized. This is the sort of preaching that isn't heard much anymore that the world needs.
Useful information on how to know Him This sermon is for any year, any time of the year and has some in-depth, useful, practical suggestions on how to know the Lord! I'd put this one in the "can't miss" category.