A Necessary Sermon If you have the time, please listen to this sermon.
It talks of something that isn't popular amongst today's mainstream Christianity, but is so necessary for the believer to hear.
Persecution for those who live for Christ is either coming or already here. We need to be prepared.
Great Sermon! A great message of the 'lost function of repentance' a excellent message for today.
It is so good to know that young men, such as Russ Sukhia, Paul Washer, Phil Noblit and others are willing to preach the true gospel of Jesus Christ.
Great Sermon! I am a pastor and Executive Director of INNetwork Nepal. I have enjoyed the message and benefitted. The lord bless you and make you strong to preach the Word in season or out of season
Outstanding!! Please listen to this message If you are starving from the lack of hearing the REAL GOSPEL being preached, STOP and have your hunger and thrist for truth satisfied with this message.
Thank you Lord, for preserving faithful servants that proclaim Your truth in these perilous times. Amen
Great Sermon! I first saw the title of this sermon -- "Do Not Fret Because of Evil Doers" -- a few weeks ago, and that one simple phrase from God's Word has stuck with me and administered much comfort to me every day since then. So I finally decided to look up the sermon and listen to it! Wonderful truth, great sermon. I love the part about how we aren't bothered when a man on death row eats a good meal before his execution; so also are all evildoers -- they will soon enter eternity, when all comforts will be cut off from them.
AWESOME MESSAGE!!! An awesome message about the depravity of man, how undeserving of God's grace we are as human beings, and also howgracious and mysterious God is. Listening to this message along with "God's Sovereignty vs. Man's Responsibility" and "Election" just really make you understand how powerful God is and it shold make any true beliecver fall to their knees and examine thermselves. God bless you Russ!!!
Great Sermon! A must hear!! This get's right to the point with election and man's resposibility to preaching the gospel. We don't need to worry about who's elected or who's not elected. We need only to be concerned about spreading the word.
Great Sermon! Wow, did I ever need this sermon. I am an engineer and have been evangelizing at work and having some successes and some failures and a lot of "who cares", but just last friday 10/19/07 I was called into the "Big Wigs" office and reprimanded because I had offended one of the employees who is not a Christian. It shook me up so bad I didn't even eat that night. I spent most of the weekend wondering whether or not I would lose my job and if I did, how I would support my new wonderful, beautiful, sweet sweet wife. We both hope to be missionaries to Nicaragua when she graduates from college, and she is a great disciple of Christ. We both prayed and I came to work today trembling. I prayed particularly "Oh God, encourage me," and I just happened to click on your sermon here and I tell you I feel all the strength of the Spirit of God back in me. It just so happens ((or God just so did it)) that I have been doing an extensive study on Revelations hammering out every detail to try and understand. I realized after listening to your sermon that I have been focusing on all of the judgments of God and here are these FANTASTIC encouraging passages for the persecuted. What a shame it would be to do the work and forget the reward! Thank you for preaching. It blessed me today.
Great Sermon! Beautiful! As a people, who because of His will, can see His total sovereignty in our lives, should evangelize with boldness, we never know who He may have put in front of us is about to have their hearts opened to the Gospel!
On God's Sovereignty And Man's Responsibility! This message echoes the idea found in the following quote from the book _Arminianism - Another Gospel_ (free at http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?sermonID=106071354170), "It is often alleged that Arminianism and Calvinism only differ in that the former chiefly stresses man's responsibility and the latter lays all the weight upon Divine Sovereignty. This is not correct. The Arminian does stress man's responsibility to the exclusion of the sovereignty of God, and this is a fruitful cause of more than one error. The man, on the other hand, who stresses the sovereignty of God to the exclusion of man's responsibility is a hyper-Calvinist and is in error on this aspect of truth just as surely as the Arminian. The true Calvinist lays stress on both doctrines as they are unfolded in the inspired and infallible Word of God" (Foreword).