One Of A Kind This sermon is one of those you don't want to pass up. Not only because of the references to the Hatfield and McCoy mini-series and the family connection. But because of the bitterness and pride that should be rooted out of all of us. God help us all.
Great Sermon! Thanks for sharing. Something came to me is the Devil could not put the Apostles in a mental prison like the Devil does to most saints, but he had to use a real prison to stop them from preaching. Keep on preaching and being lights in the world until the Lord comes again. Be strong and of good courage brother and sisters in Christ.
Great Sermon! Two hours before I found myself sitting inside of Riverside, listening to this sermon, my grandfather passed away. We knew he was sick but that very morning he was supposed to receive a blood transfusion that was expected to save his life. When I got the news I went into my bathroom, sunk onto the floor and cried, and asked for guidance. And then it was so obvious that I needed to be at church to receive the guidance I so desperately sought. I almost couldn't believe my ears when Pastor J.D started his sermon. I felt that through the entire service, God was speaking directly to me through J.D's words. It was one of the most moving experiences I've ever had. There have been other times when Pastor J.D would say something during a service and it would hit me, but nothing came close to this. Nonbelievers always talk about how they need proof, tangible evidence that God exists..How is this not proof? Coincidences don't happen like this. I want to share this sermon and my story with everyone I come in contact with that has any shred of doubt in our Lord. He is there. He DOES listen. I poured my heart out to God on my bathroom floor praying with everything I had for comfort and direction, and he gave it to me through Pastor J.D's sermon. There is nothing more comforting than that.