Great Sermon! I like going on this site and randomly search for different reformed sermons from various states. I found yours today and listened to this great message. Looking forward to hearing part 2 of this wonderful teaching. Thank you and God bless what you do!
Very helpful In today's rush of the Charismatic movement it is so important to have a firm foundation to help people understand that experience and manifestations in no way stack up against scripture. Every single time in my conversations it always leads to misguided brothers and sisters saying "yeah but so and so spoke this to me or but I saw this". Wonderful job Pastor Lee! This will be extremely helpful every time I try to help people understand Scripture Alone and proper exegesis. God bless you and we hope to meet you this Sunday 12-27-15
Great Sermon! Bro. Lee, thank you for your labors in the Word concerning the Sabbath Day. The message was challenging and refreshing; the exegesis of the various passages and the concluding applications were excellent. May the Lord continue to bless your ministry and church.
Great Sermon! Thanks so much, I enjoyed this sermon! I always knew it didn't make sense to say that baptism saves since the vast majority of passages exclude it, but I admit that I was a little unsure of how to deal with the handful of passages that include it. If you want an informed view that looks at both specific passages and the tenor of scripture regarding baptism, listen to this sermon!
Great Sermon! Pastor McKinnon,
I have been wondering if I should continue to pray about some requests that have gone unanswered past the point where judging by outward circumstances they will not be answered. After listening to your message and evaluating my requests according to God's known word and will I decided that I would continue to pray.
Thank you for the exhortation, encouragement, and for strengthening my faith.
Great Sermon! Thank you for the great sermons and going to the trouble to post them here. Isthe sermon from Dec 12th going to be posted? The review narrated at the beginning of this one is good, but just wondering.