Great Sermon! Mark 3:35
35 Whoever does God's will is my brother and sister and mother."
It is a wonderful feeling knowing their is a family in Christ( Christ's body) out there in the wilderness of this wick world.
Thank you Pastor Jim!!
Learn from the tale of the Lost Son of Proverbs! Jim Savastio in this truly masterful and magnificent sermon uncovers forgotten and hidden details of why and to whom Proverbs was written. It is a sobering tale of why and how a beloved son failed. Yet this sermon offers hope and encouragement to parents that with God's favor they can achieve a more positive outcome than did Solomon. Please share this message with many believers!
Fight Harder!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jim Savastio in a stirring sermon recounts extremely important lessons from the life of Hezekiah. Christians today need to fight harder to hold fast unto the Lord like Hezekiah, and we need to fight harder to turn away from the traditions of men no matter how entrenched and back to the word of God. Please share this important and powerful sermon with others!
Powerful Call to Return to Sola Scriptura Jim Savastio in a thoughtful and masterful sermon on Nehemiah 8 recounts a time when the exiles of Judah turn with all their hearts back to God by fully observing the Feast of Tabernacles. Their example has tremendous meaning for the Christian today, and if Sola scriptura is to be our true operating principle then it is time to set aside the traditions of men and carefully consider the implications of Zechariah 14:16-19. "Then the survivors from all the nations that have attacked Jerusalem will go up year after year to worship the King, the Lord Almighty, and to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles..."
Hope for those paralyzed by fear! Fear can at times paralyze all of us. The cure is for us to focus on and claim God's promises of help and daily strength. Jim Savastio explains all this and more in this masterful exposition of Isaiah 41:10. Please share this encouraging sermon with others who are suffering from anxiety and fear!
Inspiring!!!!! Do we still have a burning passion for bible study and prayer? Jim Savastio in this remarkable and important sermon examines the disciple's burning hearts for God's truth. This sermon has great meaning for all of us in this evil age.
Great Sermon! Thank you John Manetta,
This sermon helped me greatly at a time of great trial and difficulty in my life... My wife of 20 years has left me and taken our 4 daughters, wanting nothing of the faith once delivered (Jude 3) that I believed we both shared. My own sins, like David, effected my own family too... sins of anger and arrogance. I have asked for their forgiveness, but as of now, 9 months later, they have not forgiven me. I do believe that the faith and the Doctrines of Christ are the main reason my wife will not return, and that our true and rightful church - she wants nothing to do with. She has said that I am simply "too Christian".
Please pray for my family. I need restoration as David needed it. I too pray for God's mercy and for His Joy to come in the morning.
Thank you and may the Lord bless you.
Very Insightful & Stirring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jim Savastio once again sets a high standard of excellence in this superb and very insightful sermon. The resurrection of the saints in Matthew 27 is meant as a preview of the resurrection at the last day. Far too many pastors have ignored this miracle but it has been recorded by the Holy Spirit to inspire us. Please listen to this sermon and share it with others.
truly inspiring I have never heard a sermon like this before. The title attracted me because I love Robert McCheyne, and it was well worth the listen. After battling against Seventh Day Adventist theology on the mission field, I think we were starting to "fall off the other side of the horse" This was informative, thought-provoking and powerful and really appealed to my heart.
Excellent! Not only an great "are you really saved sermon"...the preaching not only calls us to examine ourselves in light of Scripture, the way he outlines the parable of the wise and foolish builders is very helpful to remember when studying the Word. I typed notes from this sermon for my children to read after reading Matthew 5 -7 and for further study. Excellent.
Great Sermon! This is an outstanding message particularly to those who're finding themselves distracted from their first love, for those discouraged in their walk, for those chased by their besetting sins, etc. New believers, and those who've walked long with the Lord will find encouragement to not grow weary in finishing the race. Pastor Jim exhorts us in the most important priorities of all time.
Powerful & Inspirational!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jim Savastio once again reaches a high standard of excellence in this powerful and inspirational sermon. The centurion's witness has great meaning for us today as we reach out to people lost in a fog of sin in this painful and scary world. Please listen to this sermon and share it with others.
We are called to finish strong!!!!! The Christian race is a marathon not a sprint. Jim Savastio sermon focuses on Paul's exhortations to Timothy to continue in the path begun by his Godly mother and grandmother. This a very special and moving sermon.
It should be noted that Timothy did remain true to his calling. He was martyred by a mob who beat him to death with clubs for his testimony during persecutions under Domitian.
Very Important!!!!!!! Jim Savastio in this very powerful and important sermon calls us to repent of the sin of anxiety. Please download this sermon and share it with fellow believers that are anxious and troubled. This sermon will help them!
Very Insightful Jesus's words on the cross have great meaning for us. Jim Savastio sets a high mark in this deeply insightful sermon on the events and the meaning involved in Jesus's fifth statement "I am thirsty".
Vital for all who seek the Lord Beginning with a general theme of imprecation, Pastor McDearmon then shows how David took special watchcare over his own soul and sought God that he would never be the cause of others who hope in the Lord being ashamed.
Though done with men in the ministry in mind, this is important for all Christians.