One of Leonard's Best It's no wonder this is one of Leonard's most popular sermons on here. It's a passionate, pleading reminder of the reality of Hell and how we should live as Christians in light of the billions of people heading to this awful place. No-one can preach like Leonard when he truly gets hold of a truth.
Great Sermon! On holiday in Turkey my mp3 player throw a fit and I was only able to listen to 3 sermons on it, one of those sermons was this one on the third time of hearing,God (in his mercy) allowed the message to drop from my head to my heart, so please listen to this sermon until it drops into your heart. It altered my whole concept of who God is and what he expects and my motivation toward him.
Great Sermon! The good Reverend tells it like it was in the 1950s, and we see 60 years later it is much worse than we would ever have Imagined. We are in serious peril as a nation that still calls itself Christian, but outwardly lives as if there is no God that will bring judgement.
Great observations. Willie Mullan brings here some very good arguments against an error promoted by N.T. Wright in his book, â€śThe Lord & His Prayerâ€ť, in which he suggests that Christ used Himself the Lordâ€™s Prayer and we must call to our Father along with Jesus. Mullan says that Christ never prayed with His disciples and that the Lordâ€™s Prayer was for His disciples, not the form of His prayers. He was without sin and never had to ask forgiveness for His sins. And that Christ never said â€śOur Fatherâ€ť with His disciples. His relationship with the Father was unique. He was the Son by eternal generation, we are sons through adoption in grace.