Very good. I t was a good lecture to listen to. It is true, people must learn how to read a fiction book - not to read it as theology book. There are many who read C.S. Lewis' fiction books as theology books and are condemning him because he is not as healthy (in their sight) as a theology book. They do not understand what is the character of a fiction book.
Great study. Very good argumentation that the tongues in the church of Corinth are not the same things that occurred in Acts 2 at Pentecost. They are not cultic utterances, nor supernatural real tongues, but the ability of speaking in learned tongues, of which the Corinthians abused and which needed the apostle's regulations. The apostle is not regulating a miracle, but a erroneous behavior.
Glossolalia. Good discussion about the concept of glossolalia in Acts 2. They were intelligible languages (unknown before by them) spoken by the apostles, understood by the Jews coming from different countries.
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, Thank you for your message.It was so real that I found myself in the land of the Bible talking to Laban and Jacob. God bless you for your anointing, In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
Wow! What a "stirring" sermon.
Sometimes I hear a sermon that is literally "pregnant" with meaning - and with the blessing of modern recording technology - I can listen again and glean more.
This is a sermon that I will have to listen to, and listen to again.
b Thanks be to God for the "hemline" of Jesus!!! /b
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, God bless you for preaching this sermon. I could hear God's heart beat in your voice. This is the highest priviledge for any man. I am a missionary to Nigeria (thank God for the internet). Your voice came to me this evening declaring the glory of God (Ps 19:4). My heart is strenghtened.
All glory to God! Lia Leigh.
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, God bless you for preaching Christ and give Him all the glory! I am a missionary pastor in Africa (thank God for the internet). This evening your voice brought comfort and strength to mu spirit. May God bless you with the blessings of Christ! Lia Leigh.
Great Sermon! Brother Hal, Thank you for speaking up on this very relevant issue. The charismatic worship style has won over the Calvinists who have no regulative principle, and Calvinism has won over those who just enjoy being radical and different from the rest (or so it seems to me). God help us!
Great Sermon! Hello,
Thanks for your contribution, I was encouraged to hear you are a calvinist,I too espouse these great new testament teachings of Election,Justification, and Glorification. I also espouse the rest of the New Testament too, all of it...
I will keep an eye Out for your mess ages gain?
Paul T Rogers
Great Sermon! Thanks for having these sermons available for upload. I just had our second baby and he is only 1 week old so I did not go to church today. It was such a blessing to be able to share in your service today. It made me miss Hal's preaching and miss "home." Hope all is well.
A Needed Sermon! In this message, Bro. Brunson deals with the heart of the issue of repentance and brokenness before God. Unless the sinner so definitely sees his sin and need, he will never be humiliated enough to seek salvation altogether outside himself. But the broken heart comes to God confessing its own inability, and crying to the LORD for mercy. Thank you, Pastor Brunson, and thank God for this clear Gospel message!
A Blessing! I greatly enjoyed this message and felt that this dear old Baptist preacher of Texas was blessed to set forth here the contrast between the JESUS OF GOD'S WORD and the many pseudo-Jesuses presented in today's popular Arminian and easy-believe evangelism. Hope you will listen to this message and pass along the recommendation.