Great Sermon! Wow Nick, that was so touching , I enjoyed the small story about the toast and butter, you make gods word come to life right here in my home with your word from God , I will try to listen more every day I also liked what you said about being Presbyterian this is living in the city on tape loved it!Thank you !!
Interesting biography, scholarly. Thanks for alerting us to the book, The Broken Home. It is my goal to make this an audiobook. It should help anyone who has lost a loved one, after all, B M Palmer lost a son, 4 out of 5 daughters, and his wife when he wrote it. Though John Owen lost all 11 of his children, he never penned a sentence about it. I have always said that the 19th century pastors and teachers, John Angell James, Archibald Alexander, Robert Dabney, William Sprague,Samuel Miller, Ichabod Spencer, were wordsmiths. What I have read of the book so far, Palmer comes behind none of them in relating his grief. puritanaudiobooks.net
Great Sermon! There's much reverential respect due to the Holy Spirit in every aspect of our daily lives, somehow I feel the Comforter gets neglected alot, yet He plays such importance in the life of every christian. Thank you for acknowledging Him in this beautiful sermon. GOD BLESS YOU.