Great Sermon! A most helpful sermon. I have heard no better pastor when dealing with the believer's trials and troubling afflictions and no better pastor to brings to light the necessity of waiting only upon God, trusting when all seems impossible-confidence in God to perfom His promise-He will perform HIS PROMISE. Thank you Rev Wagner as you are the Lord's blessed instrument.
Great Sermon! A great blessing-must hear re: the four realities of God's promises! Encouraged by my daily devotional reading
"Be ye also patient." Jas 5:8
'Our God is a God of patience. The Lord Jesus is the great
Example of patience. The Holy Spirit is the Agent producing
patience. Trials, troubles, and disappointments, are the means
which exercise and strengthen it.
The patience required, is a disposition to bear all that God has
appointed for us, without complaining; yea, with resignation and
hope: to wait God's time for the mercies we need, or for answers
to the prayers we put up. Patience is the daughter of faith; and
it is only as we believe that God has appointed, overrules, or
commands, for our good and His glory, that we can be patient....' Pastor J Smith
Wait God's time no matter how impossible all 'appears'!
Eye Opener! Great sermon on the realities of hell and the realities of your place in it if you continue to resist Christ and His free gift of salvation. Now is the time....Choose Christ or you have chosen HELL by default. Great job Pastor.
Great Sermon! Finally, someone who is not afraid to preach the truth !!! I've heard so many versions of this, it became confusing. We hear so much about grace, but so little about TRUTH !
I've seen this happening and I pray that all will wake up and be prepared and ready ! For we don't know when He is coming, so we MUST Be READY !
All who have ears, LISTEN !
It will be sooner than you think.
Great Sermon! Pastor Wagner, I know everytime I am down and need a word of encouragement God seems to always speak to me through your sermons! I guess I must be at my lowest point and through this sermon God has opened my eyes to show me that I haven't been depending on Him and going to Him like I should. Thank you Lord for you mercy in bringing this message that I needed to hear. Thank You Pastor Wagner
Great Sermon! What an AWESOME message The Lord has spoken through this pastor. This world and all in it are on a fast train DIRECTLY into the hell if they do not turn from the ways of the world and the devil, and REPENT UNTO THE LORD THY GOD! PRAISE GOD ON HIGH, BESIDE THEE THERE IS NO NOT ONE! PRAISE BE TO GOD!
Great Sermon! I wish that everyone could hear this sermon. God can save the chiefest of sinners and He does. He truely is a great God. What an encouragement for us to perserve in prayer for those who are lost and dying.
Great Sermon! peter
my name is mark larson
heroin addict for many years
methadone for many more
A.I.D.S put me in a hospital
where people was dying around me
GOD changed me and lead me to HIS SON JESUS CHRIST
i'm clean from drugs,alcohol,and cigarettes since 1995
i serve in a church and not saved by good works but for good works
keep the faith in CHRIST
Great Sermon! This was a great sermon. There is no question that Satan uses compromise to destroy our witness. I have noticed that I am easily persuaded to compromise especially while in the company of nonbelievers. I pray about this as my desire is to be more like Jesus, the Lord and Saviour of my life and my soul.
Excellent Sermon!!! A sermon that all Christians should hear and hear often. Most of us need
to apply the truths of this sermon to
our lives. If not, we are not prepared
for the trials of life and they will
Thank you Brother Wagner...
Excellent Sermon! This sermon is deep digging into the Word of God -- wonderfully done!
Regarding the OT sacrifices, Rev. Greer notes that without blood there is no remission of sins.
On that note, Martin Luther said the OT sacrifice "was but a temporary and imperfect atonement; it did not eternally suffice, as does the atonement of Christ. For though we fall and sin repeatedly, we have confidence that the blood of Christ does not fall, or sin; it remains steadfast before God, and the expiation is perpetual and eternal."
Great Sermon! I have had opportunity now to listen to many of Mr Wagner's sermons. God bless him and all who support him in his endeavour to preach with such truth and passion in all earnestness and all for the glory of God. I can only encourage those who also may have an opportunity to hear this man of God give a message of truth from God's Word, may it also be a blessing to your ears and the desire of your heart to pass such a message on to others for encouragement, for a witness and for a building up of faith in the truth of God's Word. A heartfelt thankyou Mr Wagner, I live in an area where I have many churches of which to choose from but not one that I could walk into with a good conscience toward God. There is a famine here for strong preaching from the Word of God. I feel physically sick to see and hear the performances in churches today, that eagerly lure and tickle the ears and appeal to the desires of those in the world.
Timely, necessary examination of the Charismatics Outstanding look at the Charismatic and Pentecostal movement. This sermon traces the history of these two closely related movements and shows where they came from and how we got where we are today. (The only thing that this sermon doesn't get into is the non-Christian origins and the pervasive influence of the Word of Faith movement on the Charismatics. But that may be coming in a later installment.) If you are like I was, and involved with the Charismatic movement, I encourage you to listen to this sermon and learn more about what is really going on, and what the Bible really says. The weakness of the movement, to me, is that it doesn't line up with the Bible. There was always that unease in the back of my mind. The more you examine your Bible, the less the Charismatic movement adds up.