Wonderful Sermon! "It is black or white" and it appears that many are not asking God for the right things---Discernment being at the top of the list--for without it--you will know nothing of God. This message clearly tells it like it is.
Great Sermon! This sermon will, I pray, leave you speechless as it did me. As you listen with open ears, you begin to feel you are right there with Bro. Caldwell and nothing seems to be worthwhile but to soak up the Word spoken by a true man of God.
Great Sermon! I have been moved greatly by this sermon. Brought low, but still need to be brought lower. I would encourage anyone passing by this sermon to stop and listen, and I hope you will be blessed as I have been.
Great Sermon! 49 minutes of profound Gospel Preaching. Learn the difference between "Conditional Grace" and "Unconditional Grace". Learn that it is only with true Godly sorrow that one can appreciate God's Grace. Find the most excellent truth of what John 3:16 and 2nd Peter 3:9 really mean, and not what the Arminian wants you to believe. Find the true meaning of "mankind" explained to our satisfaction. I pray that anyone searching for the truth will be enlightened through this sermon.
GREATLY NEEDED PREACHING! I believe this is the proper way to handle the "invitations" of the Bible β no "free will," no "general offer," but the proclamation that ALL who are "made willing in the day of His power" (Psalm 110:3) are invited to come, will come and most assuredly are partakers of the Divine favor! Rolfe Barnard understood the "evangelistic preaching of sovereign grace." Hope this message proves a blessing as you hear it, download it, copy and share it! Wylie Fulton
Wonderful Sermon It seems my soul is thrilled when a man with snow on the roof top (79 years old when he preached this) and still preaches the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is good to know that retirement is not necessary, when you can still open your mouth and share the gospel. Retirement is for those, who are waiting to die.
Sobering! Vital messsage! After listening to this message for the first time, I was convicted, encouraged, and ashamed of my fruitlessness. Although Dr. Havner has gone on to be with our Lord, his messages are very "fresh" and much needed for today. This message is a "keeper".
Great Sermon! Beautiful words, uplifting and encouraging.
The Holy Spirit within, does indeed bring comfort to us, in the midst of the agonies and groanings of our souls, amen!
Blessings to all, whose comfort is sought and found in our Lord and our God alone.