Great Sermon! Thank you, Sir.
There was much consternation here if no human sacrifice were sanctioned by the Jewish Law, how could the sacrifice of JESUS be accepted? One answer came from Hebrews 10:7-10 but to the Indian mind the glory concept is not clear, how can anyone give any sacrifice for a good cause, for example if Romans 5:6 to 8. We suffer from terrible unbeliefs and humans look on with suspicions as Indians who cannot follow the Hebrew meanings of a sacrifice and often miscontrue it for some cuckoldry and we have to rely on our pirouttes to survive! Thanks for your sermon, maybe you did not mean this sort of reaction but conditions here are too unwelcoming to share the glory concept of sacrifice as Indians pull the rug on one another!
Better than I can find words for. The one burdened to preach this sermon demonstrates a commanding knowledge of the Scriptures and of current events -- both the reported news and the source documents.
A lot is compressed into this rapid-fire sermon. It is a tour de force of the Bible.
Newspapers of early America used to print a sermon from a local pulpit the same week it was preached. This one reminds us why sermons were published on the front page of the newspaper (and were widely read outside the congregation).
The Gospel is Good! To God be the glory great things HE hath done! The truth is not preached everywhere and when we hear His voice we know it's Him. The truth will be told, and His people will hear it; whether it be by way of land, sea or satellites in the sky. Our perfect, sovereign Lord puts His people right where He wants them. All things work together for the good of His people. Although we are many miles apart and have never met, we have two things in common; we are both dogs and we depend completely on our master.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this sermon. I praise GOD for the way you uphold GOD'S Word with humility, gentleness, yet deep conviction. Surely, you are a preacher for the wounded heart. GOD uses men such as you in these troubled times. Bless the Lord for the use of our spiritual gifts, and our positions in the body that He calls us to use in the battles of life.
Great Sermon! I must say; I hear your reverent love, for the Lord Jesus in your sermons. It is a pleasure to listen to one of GOD'S servants who actually sound as one who truly knows Him,it is a very encouraging message. This sermon reveals a scriptural description of GOD in Jesus Christ, who walked among us meekly, lowly, and humble. Thank you, I see a need to cry out for humility in my own prideful life, because of this message.
Must Hear Sermon! Another very passionate sermon by Pastor John Pittman Hey in the 'David and Mephibosheth' series. He truly brings out what it means to be seated with Christ in glory for all eternity.
For the first time I also saw in a new light that in the parable of the great feast, those who made excuses and went their way when the King invited them were not POOR ENOUGH. Pastor Pittman shows how unless you are really poor you will have no need for Christ. I find this to be so true in all my personal evangelism efforts.
May the good Lord bless Pastor Pittman and continue to use him more and more.
A Must Hear Sermon A very touching sermon indeed by Pastor John Pittman Hey. All theologians agree that the kindness that David showed to Mephibosheth is a picture of the kindness and mercy which the Lord shows to His elect. But Pastor John goes a step further and points out the differences as to how the love and mercy of the Master far exceeds Davidâ€™s kindness to Mephibosheth. He especially shows how that it actually cost David nothing to do good to this lame man whereas it cost our Lord Jesus EVERYTHING to purchase our redemption and freedom. The substance always far excels the type and shadow in Scripture, and Pastor John brings this out very beautifully. A must hear sermon for all of Godâ€™s children.
A Wonderful Sermon! A truly wonderful sermon by Pastor Pittman Hey. He brigs out the difference between the 'types' and 'foreshadows' that point to Christ and the real thing itself. David could only give Mephibosheth a place at his table, but could do nothing concerning his lameness. But our David, the Lord Jesus has promised to give us complete redemption, both body and soul. We shall be like Him is the promise.
A truly touching sermon, not just for the physically disabled in the Church, but to all of us who know our spiritual lameness and leprosy before God.
A must hear sermon!
What a joy to listen to this message! Our brother sets forth the true Biblical case against the MD with this timely and refreshing message. It is a joy to renew fellowship with bro. Pittman Hey through this message. I commend the content and the spirit of this message.
Great Sermon! Dear pastor, Thank you for your wonderful message. It has touched my mind and my heart. This is a rare anointing. May God bless you, your family and church. In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
Great Sermon! I have Jewish friends who need to hear this sermon. How beautifully Pastor Hey explains the concept of the Substitute and why we need a sacrifice. My Jewish friends depend on their works and offerings (much as Cain did) to justify themselves before the Lord.They love God but they have lost their way to God.
Great Sermon! Brother what you are saying is true and according to scripture,
(Hebrews 9:14 who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God,)
What you say does not our Lord under dominion of Law,Death,
(Romans6:9 Knowing that Christ being raised from the dead dieth no more; death hath no more dominion over him.)
Even our Lord said to the men who came arrest him "this is your hour, and the power of darkness."
John 19:11 Jesus answered, Thou couldest have no power at all against me, except it were given thee from above: therefore he that delivered me unto thee hath the greater sin.
Acts 2:23 Him, being delivered by the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God, ye have taken, and by wicked hands have crucified and slain:
Does our Lord underwent under the dominion of Sin or not?
please let me know