Great Sermon! Can I ask, how 1 Chron 3:5, where it suggests that Solomon was the fourth born son of David and Bathsheba, fits in with David's repentance? It potentially may have taking much longer than the 9 months we assume from 2 Sam 12:24. It shows us the third born was named Nathan, we guess after the prophet who showed David his sin, then after his birth follows Solomon?
Great Sermon! As I Listened to this sermon yesterday for the second time I realized that I too needed forty days to recommission my lifestyle this point. So I stopped the recording and bowed in prayer to ask GOD to prepare me and recommission me to this new phase of my life. Suddenly there was a phone call and our daughter was in a very dangerous way and proceeding to the hospital in an ambulance. So the next few hours until assurance was given this sermon of second chances held me in a deep grip. Again and again this body of work by Kenneth Stewart has held me and mine in so many ways. Please learn and go back through each one and be taught . We have all been so blessed by this teaching of this faithful servant of GOD who brings HIS Word to life. We are grateful .
Great Sermon! Terrific series on the 10 Commandments,I am enjoying these immensely but also have been blessed, challenged and encouraged by what I am hearing. Definitely getting a clearer view of the holiness and awesome majesty of our gracious God.Looking forward to the rest of the series.
Great Sermon! Many of us wait eagerly for the latest sermon. The brother who has the job to post Kenneth's sermons may not realize that. Is there any way someone can tell him that we long to hear each week from Kenneth's sermons and we check constantly only to be disappointed that there has not been timely update?
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Sermon is full of deep truths ...of quiet known comforts During this recent bout with flu and needing to have wisdom about a difficult situation ...this was the sermon to which I was directed. It was significant because as Kenneth Stewart relates one needs to be established and comforted by old deep truths from the heart. There have been so many tribulations of late that I had been discouraged and disheartened. Was very weary of betrayals and attacks but they have been sorted in HIS timing and HE has contended for me when I could no longer defend myself. The LORD is good and HIS mercy is everlasting and this time will pass and through it there has been much learning and a deeper trust in HIS loving kindnesses
Take time with this sermon When you have been serving and sorrows seem to become more frequent and there are greater losses and so much to ponder...then this talk is significant .There are truths embedded in every part and so much so that you need to pause and listen . This is a sermon you may return to again and again. So much in this will strengthen and deepen your faith .So grateful for this body of work by faithful servants. We are blessed indeed .
Great Sermon! What was the reasoning behind the recent decision, to change from using the KJV in Stornoway RPC services which is what D Karoon used to use, to the NKJV which I think was used in some of the recent Communion Services in Stornoway RPC, especially the services held Friday 28-Monday 31 August 2015 inclusive?
A Preacher blessed by God ! I believe that Rev Stewart is one of the greatest preachers of our day, the whole of the UK needs to hear the truth of the word of God as preached here- in a day of terrible spiritual decline.
Great Sermon! I also do not want this series to end. It has been challenging, convicting, and makes me want to be like Esther. Most interesting and enlightening sermons I've ever heard or likely to hear on Esther.