Great Sermon! Such a wonderful passage - Pastor Edward Donnelly preached on this several years ago as part of his sermons on the doctrine of justification - i have never forgotten the analogy or the importance of this foundational doctrine .
Great Sermon! Thank you. God has done a NEW thing in my life which I did not even dream of. It had really sprung out of nothing & from non existence to reality.
Our God is unique & there is no other god & none like Him.
Great Sermon! Lovely preaching, dear brother; thank you.
I have really been enjoying your series in Exodus. It has been such a blessing to find and hear these messages to strengthen me in my current circumstances. They are so relevant to my situation that it amazes me that while you don't know my circumstances personally, one could assume you do by the way God has spoken to me so clearly through your preached word and has blessed and uplifted me on all these occasions.
Thanks again and praise be to God!
Outstanding Sermon! The corruptness and depravity of mankind works to reject Jesus Christ and the Gospel. Jesus came to search and to save sinners. As sinners we must see how lost we are and need to have Jesus Christ make us a child of God. We cannot do it, but if we open our heart and soul and beg Jesus Christ to enter into us and redeem us from our lost life, He will do so. Don't let a corrupt and depraved heart keep you from Him -- that's why He came and died for us. If we are already saved, thank Him for this great blessing.
Great Sermon! I am a fairly new listener of Sinclair Fergusons sermons but the growth of my Christian life through his ministry has been tremendous . God has helped me throughout my life as a Christian by bringing me into contact with some of His treasures ; one of whom is Dr Ferguson.
Great Sermon! Jesus already knows what they will say because they are His disciples and this recognition only comes from God. How kind of Him to keep us bold for Him. Thank you dear friend for a stellar message.
Great Sermon! Pastor Macaskill,
I enjoyed your sermon. I do not come from a "Covenant Theology" background. Could you help me understand what it means for a child to be "in the Covenant" and how that makes him or her more likely to be saved/born again?