An Amazing yet Sobering Message. An outstanding message that things didn't have to be that way, ending in sadness, upset and eventually ending up in a lost Eternity in Hell. The ungodly man or woman caught up in things that has destroyed the best things and godly things in life. Rebellious children who has disobeyed their loving parents; the single parent who has found themselves in the wrong place with a small child. I could go on and on and on with tears n my eyes for the way in which I have made foolish mistakes in my walk with the lord. But.. the lord is able to put our wrong ways the right ways.Thank you dear brother for such a sober yet amazing message. God bless you and your faithful God honouring preaching. Praise the Lord oh my soul praise His holy name
Reminds me of Dr. Griswold The place where you are preaching sounds like the church Dr. Griswold preached his "Perseverance of the Saints" sermon back in the 70's. Great sermon, Pastor Mike. May the Lord Jesus continue to bless and preserve you.
Great Sermon! Pastor Mike, each of your sermons that I listen to touch my spirit and bring encouragement. Thank you for allowing the Lord to use you in delivering the message. I can feel your passion and love for the Lord all the way over here in California. Please pray for me as I will do the same for you!
Great Sermon! Amen!! Thank you for your encouraging word. Nations are but a drop in the bucket but his word endures forever. Thank you also for not being a pulpit ornament twice on Sundays and preaching with fire.
Truth in love You speak truth, surely, and I'd be happy to learn strict doctrine from you but this sounds like an echo chamber as the line "These people are idiots" elicits the loudest cheers. True, they are fools, as the Bible declares. But to whom were Christ's words most sharp? To the Pharisee who thanked God that he was born in God's favor. Or, so he thought. Instead, Christ submitted to the unjust system He chose to be born into and spent His time with the people the Pharisees judged as unclean. Judgement begins at the House of God, indeed. The church's "powerful" preaching and her "sound" doctrine are only matched by her weak posture before Satan and this world as we sit in these echo chambers lamenting America's decline. Are we heart-broken over injustice and poverty and death or are we simply sorry to see the decline of this "Christian" nation?
Great Sermon! I have joy in my heart when I hear your sermons all until I hear this: "We'll be done here in a minute" or "we'll finish with this" then I'm sad that the message is almost over. What a joy it truly is to be blessed to hear your sermons. I'm so thankful to live in a nation where we can still openly speak and hear His word. And to think anyone is looking at a clock or watch while they are being taught the word of God... it's just sad. Nothing (other than salvation in Jesus) is more important than being in God's word. Maranatha!
Excellent Sermon! I am so thankful the Lord led me to your sermons. It is a blessing every time I get to hear! I look forward to each new sermon. There are so very many apostate churches now, what a true joy to hear the word taught without compromise! God bless your church and pastor!
Wonderful Sermon! Wonderful sermon regarding "follow-ship" of men. I follow this pastor's/church's sermons because they teach and preach the word of God without compromising to the "politically correct" and evil world. Jesus is whom we follow! So thankful there are still a FEW churches preaching and teaching ALL of God's inerrant word!
Great Sermon! 1 Cor 1:21 "For after that in the wisdom of God the world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe." I am so thankful, and in prayer give thanks, for hearing what the world thinks of as foolishness, but to me, a sinner-saved by grace, it is the power of God.
Thank you! Thank you for uploading your sermons. I've been blessed to hear many of your sermons. My heart is joyful that there are still a few churches (such as yours) that teach the true word of God without twisting it, nor omitting huge chunks of the bible (as the "replacement theologists" do). The fear of the Lord is the BEGINNING of wisdom... yes, God is love... but we must BEGIN with the fear of the Lord to ever grow in wisdom and knowledge of the Lord. Amen! Great Sermon!