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Great Sermon! This message deeply impacted me. I've saved it to hear again, and again, and probably again until it is drummed into my soul. This is your cup Janine, from the Holy hand of God Himself. Drink deeply.
Great Sermon! Powerful in truth. I do appreciate your messages of the truth of God's Word and your presentation of same in a straight forward, no-nonsense manner. I have been blessed and ministered to by many. Thank you.
Wonderful Teaching about God's Name I really love your preaching style and this sermon is extremely powerful. You don't need to scream and shout. Your doctrine is holy and real without theatrics. Thanks.
Great Sermon! This sermon is amazing! Prior to listening I didn't full comprehend the meaning of "STAND" in Ephesian. Now, I'm fully awatd & prepare to hold my ground &stand in the position where God has planted me!
Great Sermon! Very well done! This gave me a lot of clarification regarding fermented beverage and a deeper knowledge of the term "fruit of the vine" would love to hear a sermon on the Olivet discourse/dealing with dispensationalist brethren!
Great Sermon! This sermon exposes how we create romantic or fantasy visions of how our life should be based on "snapshots" and "trinkets" we take from the lives of others. Only by being sober minded and seeking God for wisdom and grace in our real life circumstances can we know and serve God.
Be quick to trust God's sovereignty in painful and bewildering circumstances and do not try to escape by envy of others or by thinking thinking this is all a mistake or by doubting that God is in control of all the details.
Great Sermon! This was both a convicting and a restorative sermon. I am now what would be termed a long termed unemployed person. I often feel disoriented and at a loss for direction and purpose. The temptation is often to be irritable and unkind. I really felt while listening to this sermon that in God's economy that to focus on and labor to be kind in the Spirit and wisdom of the Lord is in its self a meaningful calling while one waits on the Lord for other direction.
Great Sermon! This is a powerful and practical sermon. I like the term this pastor uses that is unique to him: He frequently says "dusty" to refer to the nuts and bolts of earthly living as a saved person. So I would say this is a wonderfully "dusty" sermon.