Great Sermon! like it was today. sure the word of God is ever green.
Thr sermon is really for me..bcos God love me. i have lost all things as a result of anxiety of life, needs, position using my effort.
Thank God for this message and I'm pray it contunually work in me for God glory and honour.
Very helpful Sermon! Very helpfully explains the two weapons that Satan used against God (Temptation and accusation of man) and the way that Christ Jesus divested Satan of those weapons.
Makes one glory in the redemption that is in Jesus.
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, Thank you for your wonderful message. It is exactly what I needed to hear this evening. I saw the Lord who had 'no beauty or majesty to attract us to Him'. The Holy Spirit gave me the privilege to identify with rejected love. I know how it feels when men look for beauty and pass by the cross, with just a little glance, hidding their faces, lest the ugliness they see there defiles them. Thank you for stirring long buried emotions. God bless you, your famly and ministry.
In Christ alone
The best I've heard on sermon audio so far ! Who among the gods is like our LORD..
so glorious in holiness..
so awesome in splendor..
so great in majesty..
so rich in unfailing love and mercy..
Blessed be the name of our LORD!
.. a name above every other name..full of power and might..
Great Sermon! Excellent sermon!!!
Dear Pastor, I so much enjoyed your teaching on Ps 119. Each word you said and the way you said it, gives me a glimpse in a heart that truly loves the Lord. 'The attack on the passions' So true! People are afraid and ignorant of the fire of the Holy Spirit who alone can cleanse within. This fire is the result of abiding, dwelling uninterupted in the presence of God, in His Word.
I am a romanian by birth, atheist for many years, became saved thru a crisis conversion. I am a missionary in Nigeria now. I could not have survived without the Word. He is the Oxygen for my spirit.
The no one enemy here is the evil spirit of religion that attracts people to church but they don't get saved. They quench the Spirit in the assembly and the passion for the Lord dies.
Be encouraged today as a faithful servant of the Word who is forever free (2Tim 2:9)
God bless you, your family and ministry
In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
Great sermon Stephen to say thanks for your ministry would not be enough. I now share your sermons with my friends and family. To me and my wife your words - that have no doubt been inspired by the spirit - have made the difference betweeen living and dying thank you so much and keep up the good work.
Jaon and jane Mahood from N Ireland
Sermon changed my whole view! Until listening to this sermon i thought i had been asking the Lord to give me this surrender. i see now that i looked to the brazen serpent, but continually looked back at myself - to see if it was working. It's all about the Lord Jesus, not me.
Great Sermon! It's always a fresh experience listening to Dr. McLachlan. The Grace and Beauty he brings to the Holy Scriptures lifts burdens and resolve worries, restores the freedom and joy when I reflect on the Triumphs at the Cross. Praise GOD! Thank you.
The GREATEST Sermon on Love Thanks for your teaching. It is the best
for all who plan to get married and those who are already married whether there exists marriage counseling or not.This will build up the Church of Christ.
God bless you and your family and your work.
Great Sermon! Dear Paul;
Recently Carol Roland referred us to sermon audio to listen to your testimony from chapel service at BJU.
We were greatly moved and praise God for His faithfulness in your life. We will continue to pray that God uses your willingness to be open and honest about the pain of your past to reach many for the gospel and his saving grace.
We look forward to seeing you soon over summer vacation.
The Demuth Family
Unforgettable Sermon! I thank God for expository preachers of the Word like Dr. Smith. Heard this narrative sermon 2 years ago and was greatly challenged by it (the faith and courage of Jonathan, the loyalty of his servant, and the power of God). Here I am, 2 years later amazed at the impact it made on me. Was just reading 1 Samuel 14 this week and this 2-year old sermon helped me understand the passage as I read, not because I have a good memory, but because Dr. Smith preached the word - just what the text said. Was reminded of the tremendous value of expository preaching - when the hearer leaves not just with 3 points, but with a clear understanding of the meaning of a passage and how to live it out. I praise the Lord for such an example!
Needed Sermon! A sermon greatly needed in Christianity today - Binney exposes our wrong focus on filling our heads with knowledge about God while neglecting to nuture our heart-devotion to God. We are busy-handed and full-headed but so empty-hearted. As a current seminary student, I know the struggle of this externalism. It is so easy to read my Bible academically like a text book and forget that it is a love letter from my Beloved Jesus. I needed this reminder, and I hope many more will be challenged by this message to nuture both the mind AND the heart, increasing in knowledge AND devotion.
Great Sermon! What a beautiful story of God's amazing grace that saves wretched sinners! Thank you Paul, for boasting in our great Savior. I thank God for you. You are such a trophy of His transforming grace.