Great Sermon! Very enlightening. Never considered the seriphim, sinless holy creatures, hiding themselves, intimidated by God's holiness. And yet sinful mankind casually and glibly attempts to come before Him. Tho we are told to come boldly before Him that is only behind the templet of Christ Jesus. We hide ourselves in Christ Jesus.
A word from the Lord Thank you for this word of exhortation and encouragement. The Lord knew this is exactly what I needed today. May the Lord now give me the wisdom and courage to take this rest, and to rescue me from my pride.
Which website does speaker refer to? At the beginning of the audio, the speaker encourages his students to check out the links on the _____ website.
What is that website (populi?) and how can non-PRTS students access this?
Great Sermon! What a wonderful sermon. Now we know what is really going on in the religious world today. Satan is attacking the doctrine of the imputed righteousness of Jesus. The new perspectives are all so wrong, and is the invention of the devil and all rubbish.
As this sermon states, let us preach and glory in the truth of the imputed righteousness of Christ.
thank you for this wondeful sermon.
Great Sermon! Hello there Professor(in christ) Murray. I relish your teachings so far in this very very important category of the doctrine of our lord Jesus christ. Not many churches here in los angeles prepare sermons in this category. I know your teachings are of the seminary level but i still cherish them as they speak about our lord which He approves of. I do not know why churches these days do not prepare sermons in this category--this is where the glory of christ is declared and WOW what a blow will it be when this doctrine is revealed to THe JEws of this age. For sure if they heard this they will definitely become jealous, if not hostile. The church needs or needed to talk in this manner by seeing the christ of the new testament put back into the old testament and start digging out beautiful golden nuggets of true jewish character. Do not forget to prepare teachings on the Book of Revelation.
Great Sermon! Highly recommend listening to this sermon. I like his point about testimonies. Too often they tell of a past experience with God and exclude the growth and greater love one should have for God every day afterward. Are we continuing with God after conversion and loving Jesus more and more? Makes me think of Sanctification. Anyhow, I was blessed by this sermon and hope others will be as well.