Very encouraging A truly edifying sermon; no one is beyond the saving reach of God if they are one of His elect. We must wait on Him, trust in Him, and rest in the fact that His will will be done unto His glory and unto the perfect good of His people.
Message to administrator Please correct for my mistake! The comment I submitted earlier should have been titled "Justification explained!" instead of "I say let them get on with it!" An embarrassing mistake on my part, please adjust if you agree to post it.
Amazing Grace! How Sweet The Sound! Pastor Criss, We are so priveleged to hear your first Sylacauga sermon and will ask our LORD to enable us to pray for you as we should. Oh, how great and glorious is our blessed God! How great and glorious is His Gospel! Let all lesser things fade from view. Lift up, lift up our glorious God and Father, the LORD JESUS Christ. At the cross, your sin laid upon Him; in His death, your soul is set free.
Oh, what a Word! Thank you so much, Brother Criss, for this Word from our LORD, delivered with such joy, enthusiasm and love. Thank you for reminding us again of the glorious attributes of our LORD Jesus Christ.
Great Sermon! Bless God, that He has given us eyes and ears to see this about ourselves; that is both a mercy and a blessing; now the Holy Spirit shows us the Glory or the Father is His Son - Jesus, thanks for the sermon Pastor James and God giving you the words to comfort us and teach us. Thanks for the comment to encourage too Virginia.
A sweltering Sunday evening... ...85 degrees at 7:30 pm in a house with no air-conditioning. We dragged ourselves to the computer, hoping to see your newest sermon. After hearing this blessed Word to our souls, we are quite refreshed and cool enough to leap for joy! Oh, the wongrous remembrance of the fact that He finished the work completely! This is the cool breeze, the refreshment of the Gospel of His Grace to believing souls. Thank you, Brother Don. Maybe we'll stay up late and celebrate with a marshmallow roast! Goodnight, dear friend, and may God bless the preaching of His glorious Word by each one who knows Him and has been sent to tell the story, "It Is Finished!"
Great Sermon! Good exposition of 2 John, as the preacher goes through the 13 verses. I greatly appreciate his emphasis on the fact that truth and love must need go together for truth without love is harsh and love without truth is unstable.
Great Sermon! Brother Don, I have NEVER heard anyone say that it was the LORD Himself Who said those words, "Behold the Man!" This is a radical idea, probably because it is true. You mentioned that the word, "Pilate" is italized, meaning that it was written in by the translators. Can't wait to hear your preaching on John 19:26 and 27, when the LORD says two more "beholds" - (v.26) "Woman, behold thy son!" and (v.27)"Behold thy mother!". Can't wait.
Such An Encouragement! Thank you, Pastor Fisher, for pointing out the prevalence of damning "traditions" in our day. One looms large, the "Christ died for everybody, now you have to do your part and accept Him" lie has become a tradition that shouts down the truth of God's Word and defines Christianity in the minds of the whole world. It is so deeply ingrained, that anyone who teaches the truth of God's Free Sovereign Grace is looked upon as dangerous, even demonic, to be feared and scorned. We must not fear, for they hated our LORD first. He is Faithful to seek and to find the lost sheep of Israel, praise His Holy Name! Thank you so much for this message.