THE TRUTH OF THE MATTER !! The great cause of neglecting prayer is the same as what R. C. Chapman said is the great cause of neglecting the study of God's Word--"it is not for want of time, but for want of heart."
Great Sermon! It's been a number of years since I believed and received Jesus and yet Testimonies of God's Grace and Salvation continue to remind me of His great Love and Mercy for us. Impossible cases are His specialty as nothing is difficult for Him. So continue to pray for your loved ones family and friends and tell them of the good things the Lord has done for you, for then we will overcome and see them come to Christ by His Blood and the word of our testimony Your brother in Christ Derek
Great Sermon! A very powerful message! Oh to thoroughly grasp the full truth of what this atonement cost our blessed Lord. I am so thankful to have listened to this just prior to going to the Lord's supper
Great Sermon! Yes! Every word spoken with purpose and conviction and I love Jesus and He lives in us and thru us, BUT, we have to do it, We must believe it and live it and I know the truth because He has opened my ears, thank you Rev. Wagner
A must hear message! Thanks for this very powerful and convicting message about spending real time in the Scriptures. So much of life is spent in gathering chaff to our shame. A message that asks the question, "what are you doing with your time"? Thank you brother John!
Great study. A good presentation of what it means to be Reformed, a presentation of the 5 Solas of the Reformation and of the 5 points of Calvinism, followed by a short explanation of what it means Presbyterian church government.
Great zeal for God. Coversion of Latimer compared with that of saul of Tarsus. Both were zealous for their religion before. After conversions, both were zealous for God. There is presented Latimer's view on the Scriptures, preaching, the mass and justification.
Creeds. A confessional church. A plea for confessions. Their role in presenting, proclaiming and defending the teachings of the Bible. It is curious that there can exist preachers who say that we do not need written confessions. They also preach doctrines from the Bible and expect that their church members believe them. So they have a creed! They do not want a written creed because they want the liberty to interpret the Bible how they want. After them, another preacher will interpret it another way! So the church will believe all kinds of things, because they are not united by a biblical and serious creed.