Great Sermon! Thank you brother Mark for these two sermons on faith. I am so very thankful that the Holy Spirit opened my heart to see that Christ's faithfulness to the will of His FATHER is all my salvation.
Great Sermon! Thank you, brother Bill, for this excellent sermon, showing plainly the covenant of works and the covenant of grace. What mercy of God to us sinners!
How humbling it is to us. All of grace.
God richly bless you. will pass it on.
English Rose & George
Glorious Gospel Thank you dear Brethren for making these glorious truths available for us to hear.
We had a feast today, we never get tired of hearing what our LORD JESUS CHRIST has done for us, and that it was all set in place from all eternity.
Great Sermon! Brother Bill, what an excellent message concerning the Lord Jesus Christ being the only Surety of our salvation, proving that we can do absolutely nothing ourselves towards it. Thank you so much.
Love in Christ, English Rose & George
Great Sermon, would have liked to hear more about Israel's future I thought the sermon was very good. However I would have liked to hear Pastor Casey belief about Israel's future. I believe God will deal again with Israel in the final 7 years of this dispensation. Daniel 70th week is tied to this.
Great Sermon! What a joy to hear the true word of salvation. It is almost impossible to find any one that preaches salvation by Christ alone through Faith alone for the glory of God alone, out in these parts of America. Self determination is so prevealant out here that any one believing otherwise is considered a fool.
Great Sermon! I thought of C. H. Spurgeon from this sermon.....this is from J. K. Popham....
this is just bits of it....
J. K. Popham quotes D. L. Moody as saying to his congregations, "Christ has purchased them, if only they will give themselves to Him; He put away their sins nearly 2000 years ago, but they may yet die in them through unbelief."
C. H. Spurgeon proceeded in his, "lack of serious concern about incipient doctrinal defects," to preach on behalf of D. L. Moody and invite him to preach at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. When J. K. Popham and Dr. Kennedy wrote against Moody and Sankey in 1875, C. H. Spurgeon leapt to their defence and said, "We are happy to have our friends here in London because somehow or other they manage to get the popular ear. Our brethren have got a grip of the masses, and they preach the Gospel." What Gospel did they preach? And where did Spurgeon stand? In his pamphlet J. K. Popham wrote, "One of the sad features of this movement is that it is approved and followed by so many ministers. Does not their support of Moody and Sankey stamp their characters? Does it not prove that, with respect to them, 'Truth is fallen in the street?'"
Great Sermon! What a feast my wife and I get from the grand truths preached at your church. I know how thankful you all are to be in a church where the Glorious Gospel of FREE GRACE IS PREACHED. Well we glory in the Lord having put this Gospel in our path that we may listen, OVER AND OVER AGAIN!!
Subtile... "Christ was made sin for us, who knew no sin." This is the plain teaching of 2 Cor 5:21. There is no doubt that He never sinned in his nature, for He knew no sin. But He was made sin. Isn't that worse than being a sinner? Isn't that why God the Father forsook Him? God couldn't condemn Him if he remained just, read Proverbs 17:15 "He that justifieth the wicked, and he that condemneth the just, even they both are abomination to the LORD." What about Psalm 40:12? That the sins of all those whom the Father has given to Him were imputed to him there can be no doubt. The real question is what is it for the Lord Jesus to be charged (imputed) with my sin, if he is not actually made guilty of the charge? Or more importantly what is it for me to be charged with His righteousness if I am not actually made righteous? I mean right now. Righteous before God. Not guilty of any sin I ever committed or ever will commit? Every sin I have ever committed were yet future at the time they were imputed (charged) to Him. Every one of them. What? Will this make me "live like I want to" and sin more and more? God forbid! I wish I could live like I want to. Oh, wretched man that I am! But thanks be to God for His great love wherewith He loved us. Eph 2:1-10.
standing for the truth I thank the LORD for your stand on the truth, that the Elect's sins were imputed to Christ, Laid upon Him, they were not put in Him. The true church has always believed that the sins were laid upon Him.