The Lord Vindicates Haman devised to get rid of Mordecai because of a personal grudge,for Mordecai refused to bow or pay him homage, but Haman's dastardly and underhanded schemes led to his own downfall and wicked Haman was hanged on the gallows he built for Mordecai. So the Lord vindicates those He loves, to the great regret of those who would harm them by deceitful and wicked means, Amen, praise His Name. Our God Reigns!
Timely Sermon! There seems to be a central theme from God to His church concerning the readiness of His people for Christ's return. I too believe that there are many people that attend church that will hear the words "I never knew you"
Keep the faith,
Really Good ! pastor John dilvers this sermon with great vigour and with the note of concern. He informs his listeners of the increidble soverignity of God admist harships and trials. He describes the Church as victorious as it truiumps over all the wiles of the evil one. This is a sermon to listen to time and time again.
Great Sermon! Sir, whilst I enjoyed your message, I have still to read or hear a satisfactory explanation to the meaning of verse 22. "He who endures to the end will be saved" We know that truth and grace came by Jesus Christ,and He came for the lost sheep of the house of Israel, not gentiles. So while He was on earth was it still under the Abrahamic covenant?
Great Sermon! this sermon carries a message that is desperatly needed in the world today. it led me to a crisis of faith, the result of which is that i am now a stronger christian then i ever thought possible.
Great Sermon! Such a powerful sermon for this generation! God Bless you John, and you keep following after the LORD. We don't need "seeker freindly" churches, we need men who seek after GOD and will stand for the truth no matter what!
The LORD is your strength!