'Whate'er My God Ordains Is Right' Dear Angus, Thank yo so much for recalling this wonderful hymn to my mind. It was a song I sang with joy as a new believer. How much more do I need to sing it today, as I trust Him to restore again that first love to my heart. It was written in German by Samuel Rodigast (1673 or thereabouts) to encourage an ailing friend, Severus Gastorius, who was resigned to die and wanted a sacred poem to be read at his funeral. Not only did S.G. recover, but he went on to write the lovely melody we know, which was first published in the Weimar Gesangbuch in 1681. Our sister and dear friend in Christ, Catherine Winkworth, translated the poem from the German language into English almost 200 years later in 1863. The scripture verse is Genesis 18:25 "Will not the Judge of all the earth do right?" You have given me my meditation for the day. We are praying for you and the flock in Nowra. Love in Christ our LORD and Saviour. (P.S. Bach composed a number of cantatas on this hymn, best known is BWV 100.)
This is so right on! Again, this is so right on. Allan, we're with you completely. God's Word is the greatest miracle, and He is the Word of God! Praise His Name, He opens dark sayings to His beloved. Oh, praise His Holy Name. There is another Kingdom. Take courage my trembling soul.
Great Sermon! Oh my! I love hard preaching but brother, You got the hair on the back of my skin standing. the truth of the word is shaking the depth of my core.
the way you delivered the message hit home run.
Great Sermon! What a great blessing to hear this message I encourage everyone to listen to this message and pray that God will give ears to hear & eyes to see this blessed Gospel of God's free Sovereign Grace in Christ alone ! Thanks Gene Harmon for this great sermon !!!
Clear Sermon! This is a strong and truthful presentation of the power of God and how all things work for good for those who love God and are called to His purpose. It gives comfort to all believers.
Great Sermon! Acts 2:38 Peter replied, ‚ÄúRepent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.
God cannot tolerate sin. We all owe a debt that we cannot repay. God has provided, through his only begotten son, the perfect and acceptable sacrifice. It is at the point that we repent and are baptized in the name of Jesus Christ that we receive the benefit of his shed blood which is the forgiveness of our sins. Praise God for his love and for this wonderful provision for our redemption and restoration to him!