Great Sermon! Please pray for our nation. We have ignored God and His word and are reaping what we have sown. We are in great need of sound preachers/teachers that will preach the Word boldly as they are filled we the Holy Spirit. I was saves through the reading of the Word at 45 years of age. I cherish my quiet time each morning. With the current election we His people must shine forth as people of hope. Praying that The Lord will use this season to reveal that we cannot trust in man, government, etc. In Christ alone is out trust. So thankful for the Internet. The Spirit does a mighty work in His people to enable us to enjoy fellowship with our brothers and sisters even though we are an ocean apart. Continuing to pray for you and your congregation. Love in Christ, Beth Chaney
A blessing to me Thank you for your faithful ministry. We are missionaries in Kenya, life has not been easy, and lately a low point has been reached, but we thank the Lord for times of blessing like this where we can be rebuked and encouraged. I will go back to the altar and seek the face of God. I thank the Lord for your witness at Magherafelt Church and the sermons on the web. May He continue to bless you all, with Christian love, Elsie
Great Sermon! Pastor Paul Ferguson, I have been truly blessed by this wonderful message. If there were possibly a way to request copies of this sermon, I would get copies to hand out to others. May the Lord Jesus Christ bless and keep you forever. Amen!
Great Sermon! It has been sometime since I took seriously a sermon linking current events to Bible prophecy, but this was well handled, convicting , and certainly worth hearing. I have informed other Christians about it because I think too many of them do not see the evil of the European Union and the importance of Thursday's election. Thanks for preaching this.
Insightful Sermon! I always thought about Paul and his praying about removing his thorn, and I didn't realize that God's Grace was his answer though not a removal. I can now look on our problems and illnesses as having a different message for us, and that it should draw us closer to God and find blessing in handling our own thorn. I pray to Christ Jesus that I can look at my problems as God wants me to look at them, and find the blessing that is in there.