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.
Oh!!! Please don't stop this series on Esther!!! Dear Brother,
I beg you to continue this series on Esther! I cannot tell you what a blessing it has been to my heart!
Thank you for your kind consideration. My heart and prayers are with you and your ministry.
Sincerely in Christ Jesus,
Great Sermon! what a great encouragement this sermon is !put you hand in HIS and start on a journey that you will never regret! the way can get rough at times but in general the Christian can still say that his ways are ways of pleasantness and all his paths are peace!
Great Sermon! It would be nice if those who recognized this sermon for its greatness also remembered that the living God's name is always spelled with a capitol G, as opposed to the heathen god(s).
Great Sermon! Lovely teaching! Love hearing the psalm at the end but have noticed a trend at the moment in some churches in which presenters seem to sing faster and do not allow the congregation to set a pace comfortable with everyone and this affects the quality and harmony of the singing adverslely