About time someone said it! Words can't express my gratitude for this sermon. This sermon is so extremely important. It grieves me everyday when I see what mankind has done to this beautiful world. It consoles me greatly to hear what I have always believed of God - that He will save His creation and that we'll all be in fellowship and worshipping God together in the new Heaven and new earth. This mends a heart that breaks daily over the violence of mankind.
Great Sermon! Just finished listening to this while the rest of America is lauding MLK. You've reminded me of what I learned as a child in the 50â€™s and 60's concerning the signs of the times. Being raised in a thoughtful Christian household where dinner discussions centered around religion and history, this message was like going back in time. You've succinctly covered MLK's life appropriately with conviction. Indeed, the truth will make us free.
Great Sermon! Not to be missed! Yet another message packed with powerful insight and analysis, built masterfully on historical through contemporary references and resulting in a clear call to action.
Great Sermon! Dr. Hammond is the foremost expert on Africa's social history and political developement in the 20th century. He is an able historian and has a rare talent to examine the facts of whats really going on in this continent as the forces of anti-christ converge in their futile efforts to obliterate the gospel of Jesus Christ and subjugate the people of God to the mere servants of a godless marxist state. Dr.Hammond is a fearless and tireless warrior for the souls of men as he spreads the gospel in the most antagonist circumstances while demonstrating that the Bible and the Christian faith are and will ever be relevant no matter how far anti-christ goes in its sin and rebellion against the most high God and His Dear Son! Dr.Hammond is a wonderfull example in Christian courage and manliness that every true soldier in the army of Christ can imitate especially during these trying times of evil and darkness. I commend him and his ministries as a source of encouragement, strategy and the inculcation of Christian virtue, patience and steadfastness in the face of all the fierce opposition we should expect to face in the days ahead.
Great Sermon! Interesting sermon, I never knew these facts, while I studied a lot about WO2.
Maybe because Germany is my neighbor country and happily The Netherlands never came under communism.
Excellent! I have heard said "The victors write the history books." Communist USSR was responsible for this atrocity NOT the Nazis. I wonder how much more of the history we have been taught is lies. In this world of lies, deception, misinformation, false flag terrorism and wars for profit based on lies....my total comfort is in knowing Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life. Keep up the great work Pastor Hammond, God bless you for speaking the truth with boldness!
Great Sermon! Clarification: At approximately the 20 minute mark, Dr. Hammond gives his opinion on the importance of the church calendar. I am Reformed Presbyterian and believe in the Regulative Principle of Worship and while I might differ with Dr. Hammond on the importance of the church calendar, I agree with him on the holiness of God and the importance of the believer's heart and actions before God during Worship.
Great Sermon! Praise the Lord for Dr. Hammond's willingness to preach on subjects seldom heard in mainstream churches! This sermon is meat for the soul and one I sincerely pray others will listen to.
Great Sermon! I really enjoyed this. Thank you. I hadn't heard before of Bro. WILBERFORCE'S involvement with the creation of society of prevention of cruelty to animals. How wonder of him thank you.
What a sermon!!!! This is a most wonderful sermon, the most encouraging and uplifting I have heard in a long time. How many preachers have failed to present such clear truth about a beautiful part of God's creation - His animals. In a world of so much pain and suffering, here is wonderful hope for ALL of God's handiwork. This is a must hear. Please, sermonaudio, make this a staff pick.