Speaker? I am listening to this sermon today (11/2/15) but wonder who the speaker is. It says Rev. Eriks, but I don't recognize this voice. Can you tell me who it is?
Very good and timely sermon!
Great Sermon! Amen..! Thank you for this wonderful message! I just heard it again for about the third time, and it is one of the best sermons I have ever heard on this great topic of our justification by faith alone and the imputed righteousness of Christ, placed to our account as a FREE Gift from God!
Great Sermon! Amen! Thank you for this wonderful message! Yes, Salvation is of the Lord!
I once published that great verse in one of my Christmas cantatas even before I understood the doctrine of the Imputed Righteousness of Christ (for our eternal Justification)!
Great Sermon! One of the greatest comforts that I have found in Christ's teaching on the Lord's Prayer is that he teaches us to pray "Our" Father. Jesus Christ unites us with Him in His claim to the Father's never ending love and care. He unites us with Him to the One who is all powerful, all knowing and enduring in His love to His children. Families, friends, goverments and even churches will and eventually do turn against us, but the love of our Heavenly Father as Jesus taught us to pray in these two words "Our Father" endures forever.
This is a Wonderful Sermon! We cannot know why God brought suffering in Job's life but God in His mercy speaks to us and tells us. He sais that He is Sovereign.
All human works are bad (for unbelievers) or defiled by sin (for believers).
God saves whom He wants and hates whom He wants and "common grace" is just providence and does not prove anything.
The friends of Job misunderstood the providence of God, they sinned speaking lies about God.
This sermon is very good to explain God's Sovereignity and Holiness.