Great Sermon! I have enjoyed listening to this lesson by Pastor Stephens, and have always believed the truth of this. That is a miracle that I do not understand, except that to me there was no sense in the Lord Jesus repeating what He has already done, and having the outcome be the same all over again. Naturally I didn't know when the Jews came into the picture, and this was very interesting. If he has more teaching on this or any other subject I'd be glad to hear him.
Great Sermon! Job had nothing but God. If God is for us who can be against us? But if God is against us, who can be for us? We should be careful about Ferisiism all the time. Thanks for this wonderful sermon!
Great Sermon! Wow! If you want to make sure you are ready for the return of Jesus Christ listen to this sermon. At times it is uncomfortable to listen to because B.B Cadwell holds a blaring light into your eyes, as a faithful prophet, but it is so worth the discomfort. If you want to truly examine your heart to see if you are in the faith, listen to this sermon.
Great Sermon! We must have heard this before, but what a great sermon in every respect. How we need preachers today like dear Henry Mahan. This must have been surely led by the Holy Spirit, it moved one to tears, and thrilled our hearts.
christian love, English Rose & George
Unforgettable! Humanism β A Strong Delusion, by the late Pastor E.W.Johnson is so powerful, and it rings true to me. It can't be heard apart from very serious thought and prayer.
May God bless you for the wonderful work you do in getting these messages out!
Blessed in Hearing it Twice! Brethren, I listened to this good message on Jonah twice, and was given much more understanding of the total sovereignty of our God than I ever had before. He is God, and that truth is an awesome reality.
Spiritual Journey Thanks for including this one! This brought back lots of memories of my own spiritual journey, and of many blessed times I've had with various brethren in North Carolina. This was a humble setting forth of an "Autobiography," both the natural and the spiritual, and I praise God for it.
Our experience is sweet when sanctified by grace in God's power. We cling to these fondly, and they help alleviate the bitterness of trials which we also have often experienced.
With appreciation, and love in our precious Savior, WFB
Great Sermon! Great sermon, I do think though that a true believer needs to pursue knowing doctrine and especially the doctrine of election. We can't really know Christ or trust in Him as a person unless we know Him according to the scriptures (I Cor. 15:1-4). We are commanded in the scriptures to study them diligently and to know God in this way. In the wisdom of God He has ordained that salvation come to us through our understanding of the truth.
Great Sermon! My Lord uses Brother Barnard to touch my heart more powerfully than any and all other ministers. The heart of this man of God with the seriousness of the matter proves always powerful, and the delivery is urgent. Men canβt hear the evangelist and remain the same. His message either melts the heart or stirs the hatred of natural men for it is offensive to the carnal mind. LVC
Great Sermon! People complain today that there is no longer any powerfull preaching on the judgment of God. Well listen here and cry out with Bro. Barnard for revival that might bring about true repentance in the heart of men who are guilty of nailing Christ to the cross. What must we do? Listen now.
Great Sermon! I listened to Brother Mahan's sermon "What is true saving Faith?" Loved it and, to the best of my knowledge I have never heard a pastor/teacher speak the truth from a local church pulpit as plainly as he does here. If this great truth were preached from our pulpits today, we would all have to carry a bottle of smelling salts to revive the people, or maybe run and rescue the pastor before they took him to the edge of a cliff to throw him off. Sad, sad that such sweet sounds are not being spoken and heard, as a rule, in our days.
Praise the Lord that He has given us grace upon grace and a love of the truth. Oh what a debtor are we! "The Lord is my portion, saith my soul."
Please hear this sermon and I hope it will affect you as it has affected us.