Excellent!!! This is an excellent reminder to imitate our King who has forgiven us so much! I highly recommend this sermon, even if you have heard this text preached dozens of times. May the Lord make us doers of His word and not just hearers.
Wonderful, Fantastic Sermon I just stumbled on you sermon after I googled what the bible says about forgiveness. You sermon answered most of my questions. I need to listen to it again, my kids were running around and I missed a few parts. I posted it on my Facebook page. It was beautifully preached. Thank you for posting it. I pray God continues to bless you in your ministry.
EXCELLENT sermon! I was riveted the whole way through listening to this sermon. So clear, so well-laid out, so right-on! Impossibly high standard + Christ = a miracle for us! Listen and see what I mean!
Good Series Excellent and Helpful stuff from Tim Challies, I'm really surprised this hasn't gotten more hits than it has given the dearth of good information and preaching about the opportunities and perils of modern social networking.
Thank you for pointing us to Christ through this p A wonderful exposition of this psalm, helping us to focus our meditations on the One who stood in our place, slandered and accused, and then judged by His Father s if He were the wrongdoer.
Useful. This message covers the revivals of 18th Century, the state of the Church in the 19th Century, with its missionary endeavor, but also with the rise of Liberal Theology and its effects on the 20th Century. Also the revival of Reformed theology in the 20th Century, especially with discussion about Martyn Lloyd-Jones.
Great Sermon! Thank you for a good sermon on Faith of Cain an Abel, Noah and the judgement which Christ will come for. Warning for us all to prepare ourselves.
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Middle Ages. A very good lecture on the Middle Ages. The cause and implications of the fall of the Roman Empire; the state of the church in an illiterate era; the lecture finishes with a short account of the life and ministry of Wycliffe.
Hope. We are justified before God not because of our righteousness, but because of Christ's righteousness imputed to us. This is our hope when we sin - to remind us of our justification because of what Jesus did.