I felt that the eschatology was rather confused. Lots of quoting others writings and interpretations. Sad because pastor Tom is one of my favourite speakers. But if you have a post trib mind set you will probably enjoy this sermon ??
Excellent Sermon! Terrific message, Pastor Chesko! I really am looking forward to the day when you decide to do a series on the Church & Israel. I enjoy your sound Biblical exposition of Scripture. Keep up the great work.
Thank you... Thank you for a great sermon which obviously took a great deal of studying to prepare. I'm more equipped to share with others the truths of Jesus being the long-awaited Messiah... and impassioned to surrender daily to the Christ! Thank you.
Great Sermon! It's been years since I have accepted the Lord Jesus and submitting to His lordship--I have never been to the church of Christ for I am married to an unbeliever. He threatened to disinherit me and drive me away from the house if I offend him regarding my desire. Am I under judgment if I neglect the church. I need help.
Great Sermon! A very uplifting sermon. A prelude to a time of quiet prayer, contemplation and worship. Sadly, the voice of your announcer, coming in so sharp after the preaching,has a negative effect.
Great Sermon! This is a very encouraging sermon. I do think that you are correct in saying; "GOD did not tell Job why he was afflicted." GOD showed Job that he was not able to save himself, that he is as we are, helpless, needy, hopeless with out Him. GOD does not always tell, but He surely shows us either through His work, or His word. We often miss it because we are looking in vain, or we go through suffering by grit rather than prayer, rather than as your sermon tells; "Think Magnificently About GOD." Thank-you for giving us a different perspective. In the midst of trials we don't always think right.