Excellent soul searching sermon! This sermon was a tremendous blessing to me. If you call yourself a Calvinist and do not feel a need for evangelism or fail to recognize the symmetry between God's sovereignty and mans responsibility you should examine yourself to see if you might have moved into hyper-calvinism!!
Good word brother!!
Powerful Sermon! Pastor Conrad admonishes powerfully the Words of our Lord and Savior, Yeshua Messiah! This Country of luke warm "christians" - myself included -needs this living Word on the cross. Thank you for your faithfulness. And thank the Holy Spirit for this timely Word.
Amazing! This sermon was so impacting and so very convicting! As with so many sermons on this site, I intend to pass it on to others....I need to hear this more often, so I never forget how much the Cross cost the blessed Son of God...Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful sermons!
Great Sermon! The Lord has been convicting me of sin for some time now. I dont know why i have been resisting his spirt like i have but, this message has lead me to do so now. Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us out here! KenMct
Great Sermon! If you like me, am notorious for kicking yourself when you make mistakes or are imperfect, listen to this....it is super encouraging and revelational. This promise gets tossed around loosely but is most powerful when understood and applied as a Christian. Only a Christian can use this promise to encourage at times, his foolish heart. If you are at times a perfectionist like me, this will help you draw nearer to God through Jesus Christ.
God makes no mistakes! Going through a hard time, and thought that I "stumbled" across this message. No such stumbling - just another reminder of God's grace and how He indeed does work all things for good! So thankful for a preacher who is not afraid to comfort the people of God with God's Word!
A heart-warming sermon Such faithful exposition of God‚Äôs word causes one to ‚Äėsmile at the storm because of the assurance that Christ is in the vessel‚Äô and very much in control of all things. What is meant to harm us turns out to make us exclaim like Hezekiah in Isaiah 38 that ‚Äúsurely it was for my benefit that I suffered such anguish‚ÄĚ.
Great Sermon! Excellent message this was a very heart searching and refreshing message Mr. Mbewe takss us on a journey to understand the meaning and true nature of the word Forknowledge. First he tells us what it is not then he finishes by telling us what it is by going from the old testament back to the new to prove this most wonderful doctrine of Forknowledge. Thanks Sermonaudio.