Great Sermon! great sermon revealing the TRUTH that griefs,holds and constrains us to actually walk in the fellowship of God. Those who claim to be the fellowship with God and still walk in the darkness is a liar and the truth is not in Him. Those who have depart from the truth were deceivingly believed that the truth something that they think and believe in and make into something what they want.
Praise God for His word;great Sermon! Wonderful sermon Grant, very thankful to the Lord for His word that restores and refreshes.
It is good to be reminded who we are in Christ Jesus, how we dry up when we are not repleneshed by the Father, through the ministry of His word by the Spirit.
Missing fellowship and hearing "live" but thankful for this ministry.
Love and blessings in Jesus,the Son
of His love,
Mnkm in Corinth (Arusha)
Great Sermon! Praise the Lord,Ray, for granting us hears to hear His word. This sermon was refreshing in reminding me of the grandeur of the cross, and refocusing ones heart from the "educate,educate" philosophy, which is really an empty gong without love, without Jesus.
So from this distant brother,a moran by grace:)- who is often tempted to and often does, proclaim t"he gospel of education"-I thank the Lord for this word to remind us where it is at, and for the ministry.
Thank You I just wanted to say thank you so much for your sermon video. I came across it today because I was unable to attend Church this morning and I wanted to see what online sermons I could find. I am 19 years old and kind of struggling with my faith. This sermon was very to the point and easy for me to comprehend. The message of love was direct and something I actually needed. Even though I am so far away, the message of God still found me. Thank you for sharing your videos.
Thank you. Thank you, Mr. Due, for this excellent, well-researched sermon. So many preachers are embarassed of such "problem passages", but you dealt honestly and consistently with the text. God bless you.
Great Sermon! Great Pastor! I really enjoyed this sermon about the dominion to come. Pastor Due paints a wonderful picture of what we are created for, and our destiny beyond this world of sin that tempts us to compromise our faith.
Mercy greater than our misery I am enjoying your preaching very much. It sounds God honoring and man abasing(which it should be) What is man that Thou art mindful of him? It is your humility that impresses me the most. Thank you Reverend Klynsmith.
Sister in the Lord from Ontario Canada