Great Sermon! Now this is really heavy. This is the 2nd msg on this particular portion of Scripture I've listened to in the same amount of days. To any who have already grasped this, this will seem like a simple thing maybe, but this "to fulfill all righteousness" always puzzled me. Tho I confess I never attempted to study it out but just gleaned over it. Thus I truly welcome the additional clarity your msg brought to me. Me, who can never repent perfectly, even this the spotless, sinless Son of God did vicariously for me and credited it to my account. Heavy. And your application of Christ's love for God's perfect law and abhorrence of sin, superb. This will stay with me. Much to ponder and rejoice in. After all these years of walking with Him and learning of Him, I finally see this clearly. This thrills my soul. Thank you, brother.
Great Sermon! I've not yet listened to part 3 of this three part sermon, but I wanted to comment here because this part two really gripped me. Tho I must say also that every sermon you've been graced to preach that I've had the privilege to hear, has left me feeling that I've been ministered to by a real undershepherd of the Great, True Shepherd, our Lord Jesus Christ. I am so enriched and favored to have the ability to hear our Lord through many such preachers here. Thank you, Rev. Wagner
Great Sermon! Oh, how faithful our Lord is even in our time of feeling He's pulling away from us!! These are very comforting and encouraging thoughts. May He help us all to...
..take pleasure in infirmities, in reproaches, in persecutions, in distresses for Christ's sake: for when I am weak, then am I strong.
To God be the glory great things He hath done...
May the Lord continue to bless your ministry, Pastor John Wagner.
Great Sermon! How very true is this sermon to all the children of God!!!..Hearing these teachings of our Lord Jesus, over & over, deepens our walk with Him....Thank you Pastor John. May God bless you as you serve HIM!!!! In Christ,for his name sake. AMEN & AMEN!
Great Sermon! I will share this sermon with my hairdresser in the morning. Oh that she will here the voice of Our Father, by His Spirit and receive the gift of grace through Jesus Christ.
She struggles with drug addiction.
Great Sermon! Another clear word to my heart at this time! Much needed in this dark and gloomy day in church, state and the whole world. God will keep the feet of His saints! God bless you Mr Wagner!