Great Sermon! I listened to all of your beatitude sermons and found them to be very edifying. I am listening to sermons of Mt.5:3, and when I find edifying preachers, I listen to the rest of their sermons on the beatitudes.
I also thought that your testimony glorified God. I praise Him for your ministry. God bless you. Michael
Great Sermon! Oh how wonderful to hear how Christ saved a sinner! Being from south Louisiana, I well remember seeing this dear man in concert when we were both lost. How I rejoice that the Lord has delivered us both from sin and hell and dreadful wickedness
! May the Lord continue to bless him and the work He has given him to His glory!
Heart searching This sermon was preached in the true Puritan fashion and I might say by a true Puritan.I was convicted,comforted and most blessed.Thank you Mr martin for your boldness in preaching all Gods truth and for your faithfullness to Christ as a minister.
Most Solemn Execellantly graceful is my only description of this glorious truth of God.Thank you Lord for your truth and for your ministers that are bold to preach you in all your splender and glory.
Great Sermon! A pastor friend of mine told me that he listened to one of the sermons from this series and commented that Pastor Waters has really grown as an expositor and preacher. I had already downloaded this sermon so I thought I would listen, and was very pleasantly surprised. The subject is handled quite well, but the delivery was what really impressed me. Often "self-"taught" pastors are shown to be a real asset because my dear friend Mike has benefited a lot from sitting at the feet of the Puritans, reading their books. May our Lord receive the glory! TMS
Great Sermon! It is a pleasure to promote the sermon of a dear friend. There are few of my brethren who I can talk to for hours about the Puritans and "the old time religion" like Pastor Mike. Very well, you ask, but can he preach? I was impressed with Mike's communication abilities the first time I heard him. The second time I heard him, I was telling others to sit up and take notice. But probably one of the things that impresses me most, he can lead and pray, I mean really pray, in family devotions. And who else, but dear Pastor Mike, would read to his young daughters from the letters of Joseph Alleine, 1634-1668.