Great Sermon! Ditto Ditto. Excellent Excellent. I've trained myself to reserve the word awesome solely for God and the things of God. I will take to heart your challenge in the sleepless night hours to redeem that time more consciously for worshipping Him and making His heart glad as He seeks worshipers because He Is worthy. Thank you, Bro. Jeff.
Great Sermon! Bro. Jeff, this was deeply, deeply encouraging to me. I will be hearing it shading. Thank you. "The sovereignty of God MUST be the cushion if my soul."Say "My component of heavenly wonder must leave off all the things that are wrong with me." Most encouraging that even tho my unbelieving Fb friends show no interest in the gospel or their destiny, I am putting off a fragrance that pleases my Lord. That really moved me to encouragement. Thank you Pastor Jess.
Great Sermon! I'm so thankful God led me to find your sermons. I have gotten a blessing out of every one I've listened to (and that is quite a few!!). I tune into either SermonAudio or to your Meadow Baptist website. This message was extra special, and has been to everyone I've shared it with!! Thank you for your faithfulness to God's Word. God bless you and your family as you continue to serve the Lord. Your sister in Christ, Marilyn
Great Sermon! A fine, fine sermon. Meant a lot to me and I will listen again later tonight to cement some thoughts. Thought while you were preaching that if they had not awakened the Lord Jesus before the boat sank, Jesus would have just had them all walk on water with Him to the shoreline. Thank you for a great sermon.
Great Sermon! A great sermon, Bro. Jeff!! I love and appreciate when pastors, for love for our eternal souls and for strong caring for our impact on the world for the kingdom, are bold enough to challenge us to self examination. It sure arrested me to look within. All glory to our Lord of grace and Savior of sinners.
Great Sermon! I've listened to numerous of your sermons and blessed by so many, but this may be your finest yet in blessing to me in the midst of a life's storm. Thank you bro. Jeff. I so appreciate a pastor's love and passion in concern and seeking to affirm believer's standing for the inevitable storms. This one's a gem to me.
Excellent Sermon! This is an humbling message...Wow, I think some Pastors forget that there are poor and sick people in their church that must be cared and ministered too. I know of situations where there are people who can not feed their families and yet are fearing to ask their church family for help because the Pastor makes statement about there is something wrong in their life ....This is far too common..Thank YOU Pastor Lyle for this Blessing message..