Great Sermon! I completely agree with Pastor Jim Savastio when he states that the Bible is completely sufficient for dealing with all the psychological problems of humanity; for God created man and woman, and Who better to know how to help us with the difficulties of our souls than our Creator? We need to believe in the Lord our God as Almighty Shepherd and Lover of our souls, and as we learn from Him in His Word and through prayer, gain confidence in ourselves as the Church to minister to one another. Thank you, Pastor Savastio, for this tremendously encouraging message!
Excellent study. This study was very useful. Very good analyzis of the teaching of Rick Warren's book, identifying its erros and looking at them in the light of Scripture. I liked especially the part in which it speaks about Warren's too human conception of God.
Great Sermon for any denomination The Reformed Baptist Church of Louisville is indeed Blessed to have a Pastor so mature in the Spirit.
I encourage all Christians, especially Reformed ones to listen
A challenging message, PTL! This message series has been a great, and challenging reminder to press towards the mark with our child training, and not to be weary in well doing. I Thank the Lord for this faithful ministry.
Great Sermon! Great sermon with many Scripture proofs. I am the President of the women's ministry at my church and cannot wait to pass this along. Thank you for being biblical and practical and for preaching with boldness.
question re Luke Sir, how do you know (from the text) Luke is a gentile? His use of hebraisms would argue the opposite. As the article WWW.biblestudymanuals.net/Luke.htm
Just starting a study and wonder why you would assume such a thing when you had just said we should know a little how Luke was the author, not just assume it?
All the best.
A must hear sermon! A wonderful teaching on who the Anabaptists were, preached in the right spirit, without apologizing for the Reformers. The best sermon on this subject. God bless Brother Bob Brown and his ministry!
Very good Sermon! Thank and praise God for a very good sermon. The preacher has expounded Psalm 30 clearly teaching us about the particular sin of David in his prosperity and his godly response. I was also blessed by his application of the psalm at the end of his sermon.