Great Sermon! Appreciated your message very much - needy for today's church here in the UK where we
are faced with the sodomite juggernaut all around. The true church needs to raise its head for the truths of the gospel. SOLI DEO GLORIA
Powerful Sermon! This is an eye-opening sermon -- one that probably will not be heard in 99% of our churches. True Christians should be prepared for very difficult and persecuting times until Christ takes us home either by death or the Rapture. This sermon will separate the believers from the lost churchgoers who compose most of the church pews today. I am study the OT and NT deeply each day and am growing greatly as a follower of our Lord and Savior -- it's such a great comfort. God Bless Pastor Joseph for his deep insight and comforting message.
Enlightening Sermon! This is a very unusual but effective presentation showing how each of us is making up God's Church. It shows that we must relate with Christ Jesus and with our fellow Christians as it all works in God's eternal plan. Very meaningful message to help believers to stay strong with Christ Jesus
Powerful self-examination This was a great sermon for us to examine ourselves to see where we stand
with the Lord -- at what level are we in being true Christians that Jesus Christ would say, "Good work my son" and not "I never knew you."
If we love Christ Jesus, we will study and learn more about Him regularly as we prepare to meet Him someday.
If there's only ONE sermon you should hear... We were unable to attend our regular church this Sunday past, due to (once again) a health issue, so we decided to listen to this sermon online. It had been a while since we'd tuned into Joe LoSardo, a man gifted with teaching like few others out there in Christendom.
Wow. Joe, you hit hard, but it's God's word coming through you and your preaching - and it's a powerful message that everyone needs to hear - every Christian from every denomination.
There is far too much 'designer Christianity' out there and the message of the cross is buried under it. This sermon delivers a death blow to the enemy's wiles as regards the foolishness of man and the powerlessness of much of today's religion. Joe's prose regarding the message of the cross near the sermon's end is something that should be transcribed and placed on a plaque to be hung every Christian's home, IMHO.
If there's any sermon you should hear this year, this is it. Download it, burn it on a CD, share it with friends.
Best to BOL & The LoSardo family,
Martin & Nancy
Markham, Ontario, Canada
Well preached! "If you don't know HIM, you cannot worship HIM.You MUST be born again to worship God in spirit and in truth.Out of a thankful heart flows rivers of worship..celebrating the cross..celebrating an awesome God"
Well said sir!
I love sermons that boast of Christ!
Thank you Thank you to all those from around the world who took the time to listen to the Word of God from Genesis, the book which is the foundation of all that comes after it! If we don't understand the foundation, how can we understand what comes after it?
Thanks to the church for sponsoring this mid-week service.
May the Lord bless you all
Grace and peace, Jim
A gift from the NT! God has blessed us with these 2 sections in the NT, in Matt & Luke. What a blessing these texts were within the overall Jonah expositions, and were used to stir the souls all today. God is good, and His Word is a gift to all! Even those who are perishing, these both texts stir the unsaved, either to repentance, or condemnation. It's my prayer that there wasn't one there today who will not repent of their sins. Also, the believer has much to think about from this sermon. May it cause the believer to live life for Christ, and Christ alone.
Great Sermon! Finding this sermon was a mercy of the Lord. After being out of work for two years I was starting to have a pity party and dwelling on the constant rejection and becoming depressed and introspective about the past and feeling hopeless about the future. The exhortation to have faith in God because He is in charge and can bring about a reversal of circumstances whenever He chooses and the reproof to walk uprightly and redeem the time while we are waiting on God was very encouraging.
Also the reminder to be forgiving and to look to do good to any who may have contributed to our rejection, loss, or suffering as that attitude reflects Christ.
Great Sermon! Wouldn't it make sense to add repent and believe to number 5 at the end of this sermon? Otherwise you built your own case against 5 before presenting it. Regardless, I can't say how much I appreciate your sermons. Yesterday I was relieved to finally hear someone make sense as to why I don't attend church in your sermon Ivory Houses & Fat Cows: The Excessive Nonsense of the Modern Christian Church. It gave me a renewed sense of hope that my frustration was not in vain but in part was even if not entirely biblical. I hope you're well. Thank you!