Amazing & inspiring towards holiness! This is such an excellent sermon -it will stir up zeal in your soul for holy living and solid Gospel proclamation & Gospel sharing. It shows the vast difference between the Puritan preaching and today's preaching. I can't recommend this highly enough.
I Listen to It Over and Over! This is truly one of the most insightful expositions I have ever heard on what it means for the Holy Spirit to be "another Comforter." I have lost count of how many times I have listened to this sermon! Thank you for making it available online.
Great Sermon! One of the best proofs that the Holy Spirit indeed works in the life of a Christian is the way He directs us to a certain passage in the bible or a certain sermon message such as this one / brings tears to my eyes and assurance to my heart -
Powerful Sermon! This sermon covers so many critical parts of history and Scripture that it has to be heard more than once to glean the overall message. The ending when Jesus Christ is described as being rejected is exceptionally emotional. An exceptional message -- thank you Brother MacArthur.
Powerful Sermon! This sermon really brings out how much Jesus Christ is the All in The Gospel. The examples used by Brother Lawson give such clarity that Jesus Christ is the answer and solution to all the searching sinners will seek. As true Christians, who have been selected by the Grace of God through Faith in Jesus Christ, this message will give you great strength in knowing your salvation was all due to God. It's reassuring to know that He Chose US. Thank you God!
Outstanding Sermon! This sermon covers The Gospel message completely. Every aspect of the meaning of The Gospel is clearly detailed. It is the most thorough sermons on Romans 1 I ever heard. Every Christian should hear this and know if they truly understand The Gospel in full. A brilliant sermon, thank you Brother Lawson.
Praise the Lord for Dr. Lawson's clear, hard hitting preaching! Our family is not able to attend the conference this year (1st time since the conference began), but we are tuning in via SermonAudio.com. We love Dr. Lawson and Anne and the folks at CFBC! We continue to remember you all in our prayers-may the Lord bless you as you enjoy His Word.
Great Sermon! As God always does when I feel myself beginning to panic over the pressures of work, he put this message before me and enabled me to put everything in perspective once again - everything is to be considered loss compared to the gain that is in Christ Jesus. I just lost a son but he went to be with Jesus. Gain. I am left with a big mess but Christ will lead me thru it successfully and peacefully. Gain. I love you Lord Jesus and I love your word.
Great Sermon! I was very touched by this sermon,and have listened to it three times. The later few minutes was extremely powerful! I am part of a church plant .from the onset we need to be "addicted to prayer" and to the reading of His Word. I had never thought if Pentecost being all about Christ. Thank you for this sermon brother Ferguson.
Great Sermon! My heart is crying after listening to Pastors Lawson and Parson. I pray that when I "consider the cost", God will be glorified by my service as His servant. May God bless you, your ministry and all members of the body of Christ.
I just want to say, It would be honor to participate in your service and maybe one day, I will be in Alabama. Also I am going to read the books on Tyndale, Rogers and the Martyrs. Thanks you
As I continue to Seek His face I will be praying for you.
Great Sermon! This is a passionate and moving presentation of the stories of Tyndale and Rogers. Everyone should hear this and appreciate the blood sacrifices made so that we can hold the Bible in our hands in our native language. Praise God for the faithfulness of these men, as well as David Parsons and Steve Lawson.
Great Sermon! This was an excellent sermon that describes very well those who stand in our pulpits today. I pray the Lord will raise an army of soldiers that are unafraid and willing to suffer the loss of all for the sake of the gospel. Not just in the pulpits, but in all segements of society. Well done brother.