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EXCELLENT Sermon! An EXCELLENT & must hear sermon!
How many of the Lord's people can truly say that we even come close to dying to self?
That we are crucifying the flesh, according to the desires & will of our Holy, pure & righteous Almighty God?
How many of us are willing or able, to love the Lord our God, with all our heart, soul, strength & mind, & in a consistent & regular manner?(LUKE 10:27)
How many of the Lord's people are even willing, let alone determined, to love one another, as He first loved us? John 13 : 34. This is a commandment of Jesus Christ our Lord & our God, does anyone care these days?
Pwerful! Thank you Pastor! Your sermons have transformed my life! This one in particular changed the course of my life 3 yrs ago. I can't thank you and my Lord enough for your true Gospel preaching! Wish there were more Pastors like you.
God Bless you, your family and ministry!
Great Sermon! SATAN, The Prince of the power of the air, tempts and deludes,those who have a TV in their home. Some have said that it has some redeeming value,----where? One preacher said about TV " having a TV in your home trying to watch something that would be pleasing to GOD would be like swimming around in a cesspool looking for a hamburger" One doesn't have to go out into the world to be tempted by the world, just snap on the TV.
Wonderful Testimony! One of the most beautiful testimonies I have ever heard. Beautiful not because of the way it is told, not because of the depths the sinner was saved from but beautiful because of the compelling love of the saviour evidenced in the salvation of this man.
Inspirational and strengthening sermon This comes as a purposeful and significant sermon for our day of powerless Christianity and abiding sin, reflecting the common feeling among Godâ€™s people. Good encouragement given to look at the future in faith, trust and hope centered on the intervention of the Spirit of God.
â€śYea, truth fails; and he that departs from evil makes himself a prey: and the LORD saw it, and it displeased him that there was no judgment. â€¦. and the Redeemer shall come to Zion, and unto them that turn from transgression in Jacob, says the LORDâ€ť. Is 59
The King...coming from the east! At the 41:40 mark something was said that literally dropped a bomb on my soul. " A Christian will only be as strong in his own heart and mind as he believes his God to be. He will only be as strong in Your own heart, in Your own mind as you believe God to be." I have felt the last month that I have no fear of God nor do I truly believe what is stated in the Bible that God will be there for us. The stronghold of my mind as been attacked and a siege has been grounded against it. But look to the east for our Lord, our King has come on his white steed against the forces of darkness. He will conquer, he has conquered the forces of the satan. Let us remember in times of doubt. That he will never leave us nor forsake us. He is victorious and has routed the enemy. A sermon that speaks to my soul...
Yes! Amen! I long for the holiness and the prayer power of the prophet Elijah bringing down the power of God unto repentance in my own life and in the lives of my children, my precious grand child and the body of saints where I worship the Lord.
I pray for holiness and God's purifying fire to inflame the hearts and burn off the dross and corruption. I pray that the Lord will burn away and consume the corruption in our lives, our homes, our places of work, our churches, our cities and towns and in the world.
The church SHOULD be different. Thank you for preaching about the worldliness in our churches. It's sad, but when I point out the worldliness or make a case for choosing to separate, confessing brothers and sisters in the church, kick at the goad!!!
I pray that God will consume the corruption in our churches and in our lives. Great sermon.