Great Sermon! this is 2014 10 years later than this sermon was proclaimed mightily and its truth from GOD TO MY HEART IS MIGHTILY AND ENDURING, KEEP PROCLAIMING GODS GRACE TO UNDESERVING SINNERS, MAY GOD PRODUCE SOME MORE OF THESE, AMEN, SO BE IT.
Great Sermon! brother don fortner once again a great sermon about Christ saving and keeping great sinners that we are in saving and preservation grace. we are present tense sinners and he rmains faithful he cannot deny himself2 timothy 2:13 amen amen and amen. My prayer is that sinners hear this and are dragged drawn to their savior by his ever living grace toward them.
Great Sermon! Truly enlightening sermon. Something we all need to think of more often. I will listen to this sermon many times also. I really enjoyed the Sunday sermon at 13th street Baptist church in Ashland Kentucky also. It also was very enlightening. It answered a lot of questions for me about works. thank you for your helpful and great sermons Pastor Tim.
Message Truly Inspired of GOD!! Brother Fortner,
Once again, our Sovereign LORD has given you, by HIS grace, a message truly vital , to those who are the elect in CHRIST JESUS our LORD!!! I thank our LORD for preachers such as you, for proclaiming the gospel of sovereign grace in CHRIST!! And an Almighty GOD, who is, and forever shall be, in control of ALL things!!! May our LORD continue to bless you, and all those who faithfully proclaim the gospel of God's dear Son!!!
Great Sermon! Truly enjoyed this sermon. Will listen to it many times. A wonderful truth that God through His great mercy and grace saves the undeserving through faith in the imputed righteousness of Jesus and HIs death for our sins. Yes, where sins abound grace abounds much more. Jesus is our only hope.
thank you for this inspiring sermon.
Great Sermon! Great sermon as always. However, you may want to check the audio levels or distortion before uploading to site. Because of your very dynamic voice either a 3db reduction or compressor in audio chain would correct the over modulation issue which would make sermons much more articulated.