Great Sermon! Even Im Korean,unmarried,I felt a need to listen this. Ididnt know why,but after listened and listened until I inscribed whole of it. Its not only about marriage but about people around us. Want to fly to America to say thank you:)so so much.
Focused I have listened to the three message in this series over and over and will continue to do so as our country revolts more and more against our Godly heritage. So often Americans live in a mental bubble, much like the Jews of the New Testament, that our past will carry us unscathed through the future just because at some point there were people who loved and obeyed God. Not so. Our comfort and ease has become paramount, it seems, and Voddie flat out dispells that line of thinking from the Bible itself, not through grand storytelling. I so much appreciate his focus on the Word of God and not on himself. What a difference it makes in the Gospel truly going forth. I am grateful.
Humbling indeed Again, Christian who truly want to obey our Heavenly Father and Savior Jesus Christ need to hear this. Our society has grossly impacted our Christianity, and yet when we hear the truth set for with grace and power, as we hear it here, we cannot help but respond as the Holy Spirit works and weeds out the pride, pride, pride in our hearts. Thank you!
Responsibility Dr. Baucham nails American Christians to the wall with this as we face our own pride and rebellion. We have no right to look at the sin in our society when we fail to confess and *forsake* the sin in our own lives. Thank you, Voddie! Do not stop preaching the truth and more importantly living the truth, even when it costs.
Great Sermon! Oh, I tried 4 times to listen to this sermon but kept getting interuptions so today I said I am lisning to it no matter what. What a wonderful sermon and so true and I wish more pastors would preach like this. So many people need to hear this and I have people in my family I want to get them to listen to this as they are being treated for mental disorders. God bless your ministry.
Absolutely Great Sermon! Another excellent sermon by Pastor Bratton.
Many blessings to you for the encouragement and teaching of God's Holy Word.
It is a great pleasure to hear the zeal for the Lord, in the words of His servants as they speak with such conviction.
Praise the Lord!
Excellent Sermon Thankyou Pastor Stephen, for this excellent sermon.
For 26 years I have longed for a loving and accepting church fellowship,to worship the Lord in.
Is this just a sign of these last days and evil times we live in.
Where is the love one another as Christ first loved us?
Lord increase our compassion and understanding,and the courage to reach out to others,especially the least of the brethren,amen.
Great Sermon! As a Black pastor of a small Baptist church in South Ga, I'm constantly grieved by many of my piers who fail to appreciate this kind of preaching. Dr. Baucham is scripturally accurate and passionate! He is sooo refreshing to men such as myself who simply desire God, His truth, and His Glory by Christ Jesus! This is another one of his messages I will mass distribute. Thanks sermonaudio!
Excellent Sermon! God bless you Pastor Voddie, for preaching the truth, as a true man of God will do.
A very encouraging sermon which I will be listening to again.
Who can understand the mind of God, much less argue against His Holy, and Almighty will.
Thanks for confirming that souls need to know the whole Truth of the Lord, even though it will be offensive to those whom God is angry with every day.
Powerful Word Pastor Baucham is a clear and sound expositor regarding foundational didactics as set forth in New Covenant. It is refreshing to listen to sound theology when the modern church is rife with heresy.
Great Sermon! This is a must-hear sermon for anyone (especially Christian) that has been or is under psychological/psychiatric care. I was on anti-depressants as an unbeliever but weened myself off (dangerous to do as Voddie says) soon after being saved. All psychotropic drugs just mask symptoms and can rob you of your God-given humanity. There is even something in this sermon for coffee addicts :)