Faithful Proclamation Pastor Mark, thanks for your faithful and practical proclamation of God's Word as you preach through these Psalms. It is encouraging to see, as David did, that times of trial are actually times of great blessing. Every blessing!
Great Sermon! My heart was so heavy this morning and i listened to two Voddie baucham sermons, this being the second one and i felt the weight lift off me and joy fill my heart, and a fresh view of God again, and i wept into my lunch plate. So grateful to God for raising up men like this.
Great Sermon! So many points to ponder as i listened to Pastor Mark exposit on Psalm 3... Do we think the Christian life will be without troubles... No, we will have more because we have many enemies and as the world grows in its hatred of Christians, we must all the more find Jesus as our only defender and confidence. Thank you Pastor Mark for showing the way...
Revealing Sermon! We must look to Jesus Christ only -- and avoid those like the Pharisees, who will only take you away from the Gospel. This message gives a deep connection with Jesus Christ and how to get even closer to Him.
Profound Sermon! This message gives us great insight and reason to give thanks to God for so many blessings we receive. When we give thanks to God, Satan and the world rejects and hates us, so that is more reason to remember that our thanks does exalt God.
Great Sermon! Although the subject matter is daunting and disappointing that man, any man could say in his heart, "there is no God".... Pastor Mark, in this sermon, reveals the motives for the hardness of heart of the atheist. Now, with all that said, Pastor Mark then turns this sermon beautifully around to the glory of the Lord by sharing the perfect ways and plans and purposes of the Living and Merciful God. Thank you for a beautiful sermon that touched my soul making me grateful for the gift of my salvation.
Great Comfort! Wonderful sermon on Psalm 2. We live in such turbulent times, but Our God is on the throne. Your comment that the wicked rulers are under the delusion that this world is all there is was so profound. Our life and our hope is eternally in Him. Thank you Pastor Mark for yet another tremendously comforting and challenging sermon.
Great Sermon! In 2 Cor 5:20 â€śNow then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to Godâ€ť.
If a U.S. ambassador was making claims in the name of the President of which the President never said. What would happen? It would create diplomatic problems for the President, and the ambassador would be removed. An ambassador has a level of fear in the position they are in, and they ensure anything said by them is coming from the mouth of the President.
If that is how it is in human terms, how much more so with the LORD of Lords? But these â€śChristiansâ€ť feel free to make claims of â€śthus says the LORDâ€ť while evidencing no fear of God.
God says â€śFear ye not me? saith the LORD: will ye not tremble at my presenceâ€ť (Jer 5:22)
â€śThere is no fear of God before their eyes.â€ť (Rom 3:18; Ps 36:1)
â€śThus saith the Lord GOD; Woe unto the foolish prophets, that follow their own spirit, and have seen nothing!â€ť (Ez 13:3)
â€śBehold, I am against the prophets, saith the LORD, that use their tongues, and say, He saith.â€ť (Jer 23:31)
â€śThey profess that they know God; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and disobedient, and unto every good work reprobate.â€ť (Titus 1:16)
â€śfrom such turn away.â€ť (2 Tim 3:5)