Compelling teaching This is a useful and explicit sermon about repentance, confronting pastors, teachers, young people, parents, or church members at personal/practical level with its imperative need. It details the objections, or course of action, stubborn wills may take to avoid, or excuse themselves from repenting, and underlines the deplorable consequences of this. Using the last chapter of Ezra as a background, repentance is presented as the only biblical pattern leading to healthy growth, blessing and God's approval. It demonstrates that it is the obvious/natural answer of any with a sincere heart. It infers also the opposite: lack of repentance leads inevitably to stagnation.
It features also the eminent demands true repentance brings upon the repentant. Very helpful, realistic, forceful, and sobering. Very much appreciated.
Blessed message. This is a blessed message. I was helped by the explanation on Acts 2:42. And I never heard before such explanation of the story of David and Goliath, how the Gospel is illustrated there.
Enjoyed!!! Brother, Loved both of your Testimonys! Loved the lesson, Obedience is better that sacrifice. I understand that verse much more now! Loved when you said, "His Love is as Great as His Power!" Loved you would rather dine with a Lost soul than the leader of a country. Love your passion for lost souls. So so rare today. Thank you. Thank The precious Lord for His Saving blood!!!
Great Sermon! Deacon Gary, you teaches me a lot to understand the Bible. Thank you for your message. I think all the leaders of BP true should learn from you. I was from a church which the Pastor likes to use fear and scolding on us and we can't know the Bible well.