Great Teaching Voddie is a really good Bible teacher. At the moment, I prefer listening to him more than anyone else. He always gets straight to the point and he is so passionate. He is crystal clear in his presentations too. I think he is a Bible teacher that many preachers can learn from. You won't get bored listening to Voddie! He makes the Word of God fresh!
Great Sermon! What a great sermon. Voddie is always very expositional. The weird thing about this sermon was how the people were laughing at all the stuff he was saying, but Voddie kept that mirror of God's word in their face and by the end of the sermon I think they were getting the picture because I sure was. Thank God for you Voddie we need more preachers like you.
Wonderful message series! Thank you for this beautiful series on Ruth. God is so good to have you preach it just as I was beginning to study it and use it as the basis for the homeschool moms' devotions I write.
I especially appreciate your focus on the true purpose of marriage and what is true love. So many in the church today are caught up in the world's ideas about everything, especially marriage and children, that it is a blessing to know you are preaching the truth.
Great Sermon! truth! We live in a Christian culture of eastern mysticism and new age practices. this is rational biblical practical working knowledge of understanding how God's will is unfolded in our lives....
Outstanding!!! Thank you for clarifying the story of Ruth. Yes, it is a love story, but more importantly it is a a story of true salvation. Also, the parallels between the Book of Genesis and Book of Job are very convincing.
Even a Non-Calvinist Can Appreciate This Sermon Brother Baucham, even as a non-Calvinistic non-Southern Baptist I have great appreciation for this message. I particularly take note of your call that the SBC and I would say all churches need to repent of non-regenerate church memberships. In your excellent list of seven things the SBC needs to remember and repent of I would add one, the neglect of having a real corporate church-wide intercessory prayer meeting. If there is ever an area the church is dead in our time this would be one that could too easily be forgotten by men who are obviously spending time in their own prayer closets, not realizing how neglected prayer is by their fellow church members.