Great Sermon! Powerful powerful. Break my heart Lord if the harvest for this lost world and open windows of opportunity for me to tell them how to be saved from your wrath. Here I am 62 with arthritic knees and shutin as fulltime caregiver to my alzheimers mom. My only outlet right now is facebook and everyone is so indifferent to their eternal destiny. Cause me to be a voice in that wilderness and give me concise words like a sword cutting through the indifference. Give ears to hear to those I am in contact with. Raise up others to team up with me to proclaim your message. Give us burning hearts for the lost and cause us to weep over them as You do. All LORD according to Your desire and will. Thank You.
Great Sermon! A very good teaching. Taking it to heart in my present season of caregiver to my alzheimers mom. No more of the kudos and positive strokes and compliments like in the job I left to walk my Momma home to heaven, but taking a fresh look at my servanthood to my mom who now is powerless like a child. Thank you Bro. Richard. I needed this "boost" in my present station and season of life.
Great Sermon! Ditto to part one. Such an encouraging message. Thank you. I had never thought about Moses and Elijah having seen God the Son preincarnate along with post incarnate. I had also wondered how Peter and the guys recognized the larger than life old saints with Jesus, and you (un)answered it satisfactorily. Thank you
Great Sermon! First sermon was eph. 1:2 from their I have started to hear all God bless you in your teaching. I am very slow in my walk with God in and out of church I am 58 years in age married 39 years.
Great Sermon! This sermon really opened my eyes to the biblical Jesus; it made me examine my view of Jesus and has caused me to repent of self-centered beliefs I had of Christ and his purpose for saving us;thank you for your consistent and faithful preaching week after week;
Great Sermon! This really blessed me, Bro. Caldwell. Thank you. Changing that one word persistence, as i've always known it, to boldness and impudence and shamelessness, etc. gives the portion of teaching so much more depth along with the way you opened it up. Thank you. Will certainly bring a new flavor to my praying and there is much to ponder on in this your sermon. I have always loved the "so much more" portions of God in His Word.