Amen! A wonderful sermon. Salvation is by grace alone and as Ian points out in this message, it is the grace of God that makes us to differ, so let us seek to never find ourselves boasting, not even for a moment!
To God be the glory, for His marvelous, distinguishing grace!
The Light of the Gospel I echo the first two comments. I'm embarrassed to admit that I never looked up the corollary passage in Zechariah, but it's this verse that's crucial to understanding the passage in Jude. Thank you, dear Pastor, for shedding light on this previously mysterious verse!
Great Sermon! What an eye opener this sermon was. I never could understand any of the commentaries on this subject. Listening to this and going along with the other scriptures, I am overjoyed to rest in the truth. We never stop learning. Thank You so much.
Wow! Brother Don, This verse, Jude 9, has always been something of a Scriptural Rubik's cube for us. We've heard lots of strange interpretations from lots of preachers, but frankly, we have never believed that Michael was some special created being, nor that the physical body of Moses was the object of the contention spoken of here. It never made sense to us, until tonight, when we heard your sermon. How wonderful to finally be convinced that, indeed, Michael the Archangel is our LORD Jesus Christ and the body of Moses is...the law! The proof text in Zechariah 3 is so helpful. Thank you so much. We have been so enriched by your message.
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.