fearful message Good message. These passages are sometimes hard to stomach, though.
I would have stressed more the importance of the perseverance of the saints, but that is just me. Jim has a message that does not go beyond the intent of the text, and therefore, makes the text clear and more understandable. Thank you and keep up the good exegesis and explanations of God's word.
Great Sermon! New words would have to be minted to capture the excellence of Reverend Walker's two sermons, Ruth and Boaz---Magnificent, clear, rich delivery--I'm disappointed that he has so few sermons listed---I hope he'll post more--A real treasure--
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor Savastio,
Thank you so much for this wonderful series on the book of Hosea. After listening to each chapter, I wanted to write and tell you how blessed I have been through your opening of God's Word.
Now, after hearing your exposition of Chapter 11, I can contain myself no longer.
Would you believe that I wondered whether or not Hosea might be boring? Wow! how wrong could I be. There are so many truths buried in the text that it is marvelous to behold. You sir are a man greatly blessed by God in your ability to expound His revelation to us.
Thank you for your faithfulness to the gifts that He has showered upon you for the benefit of all.
Yours in the Lord,
Excellent Sermon! This is a profoundly impactful sermon! It is faithful to the text, insightful, and immensely practical - well done! I listened to it a number of times and would highly recommend it!
Great Sermon! What a wonderful sermon on finding peace that surpasses all understanding! Worry and anxiety are truly a terrible sin. Our God is truly a great God! What a wonderful reminder that God is truly in control and that our true peace can only come from Him. And that when we are anxious, we are to turn it to the Lord. Also, what a wonderful reminder of how powerful prayer truly is. Thank you! This message was very timely for me. God bless.
Great Sermon! A lively speaker, who commands your attention, and teaches the truth of the word. The speaker gives a lot of useful backround information. If I enjoy a sermon, sometimes I listen twice. I will listen to this sermon twice.
Great Sermon! this 9 series sermon on psalm 34 by Jim Savastio is indued with power from on high that it brings tears of elation to my eyes. Thanks for posting it on sermonaudio.com. I particularly like how he connects it to the remembernce. may the Lord bless you in all your endevers.And may this sermon truly bless all who here it. praise God that it has been taped so that other may be granted the oppertunity to here it.
Great Sermon! Great sermon! I have been studying the minor prophets at Graham Bible college in Bristol, Tn. and came across this website and to my delight found this sermon. It was excellent and helpful. I am very excited to have found such an excellent site to garner so much valuable information. Pastor Savastio, thank you and I will be listening to more of your sermons in the near future.
Great Sermon! Support Link Dear Sir,
Here is a link about Amos 2:9 prophesy fullfilled, "Dug into Hell", hard evidence about hell.
The more I think about it, and listen to this short sound clip 1/3 down link page, I remember that God's Word said; He is going to throw the false prophet into the bottomless pit ALIVE.
Please read & listen prayfully:
I can not tell you what a Great Blessing this entire web site is to me and everyone else around the world.
Very Powerful & Important Sermon! King Jotham was steadfast in his determination to follow God despite the failure of his father and the societal corruption around him. King Jotham is a very important and inspiring example for us today.
After listening to this sermon a second time the thought occurred to me that King Jotham and President Bush share many of the same qualities.
Great Sermon! I certainly enjoyed this message. Though I was a little surprised at first because the message did not deal with corporate apostasy, I was blessed by the message nonetheless and listened to it three times so far. Pastor Savastio deals with passages that have caused much consternation over the years and much discussion and little dealt with in messages from the pulpit. But Scripture does seem to state, several times, that it is better for a man not to be saved than to have made a profession then turn away. This message is a very good explanation of this, and comprehensive in its coverage. A fine, valuable message.
I had not heard of Pastor Savastio before this, but will seek out some more of his messages based on good experience listening to this one.