Great Sermon! Wonderfully encouraging sermon! Pastor Murray speaks of a truth that we should be reminded of often..our hope and destiny as children of the Heavenly Father...never alone...even in death.
We are very grateful.
Great Sermon! Thank you Dr. Ferguson. I have longed to hear you speak again on this topic as I treasured hearing you speak some years ago at a Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology under the title "What ever happened to sin?" and your great description of the New Heaven and Earth. God Bless. Carl
Why is life so hard..thankfully it is short.... Lord, restore my soul and lead me in your light.
Life is not easy for anyone..but I simply can't imagine life without Christs love and mercy.
The preacher is gifted in grounding the hearer in the truth...the tears begin to flow....it all comes out...we cry out to Jesus just ase the Psalmist do. We are NOT ALONE.
Shaken. The birth of Jesus shakes the foundations of Joseph's life. By revelation he comes to understand that this child is not born from sin of other people, but from God to be the Savior of the world.
Great encouragement. We can come to Jesus because He has authority over all things, so over all our burdens; because He is the only One who reveals the Father; and because He is meek at heart and receives us.