Great Sermon! This was a great sermon on the evil system of popery.by Gods marvelous grace we were saved out it.All our family remains in bondage to it.They will not listen.To follow the Lord Jesus Christ has cost us to be shunned by some of our family including our firstborn and grandchildren.HE is worthy of our complete devotion.Please pray for our family.
By HIS grace,
Great Sermon! I was very blessed and convicted as I have grown cold in my walk with the LORD.I feel HE spoke this to me through you Pastor Cranston.May GOD richly bless you and your family.I need prayer as I feel so alone.
By HIS marvelous grace.
I am reminded of the strange change in pronoun that occurs in Psalm 23 when we get to the "valley of the shadow of death." Suddenly the psalmist no longer refers to the Lord but instead speaks directly to him. ie "thou art with me". It is no longer an academic belief but a personal awareness. Only during the worst challenges of life do we get to experience the Lord personally.
Great explanation of the plagues I was drawn to Pastor McCrea's preaching this week because I was counseling a friend who was in fear that he had committed the unpardonable sin and pointed me to a sermon here. I was impressed and immediately went to the site's recommended sermon. I have listened to it several times especially the powerful exhortation about the blackness of darkness at the 33 minute mark of the sermon. I sent the link to several friends, including my friend A N Martin with a note that this is how preaching in our Reformed Baptist churches used to be but rarely now have the same life or death earnestness. Any solid description of hell should make even the most assured Christian tremble to the bottom of his feet, and so this sermon does. Thanks, of course we feel in your debt for moving our (too often)cold dead hearts and may God bless your ministry.
Great love of God. Blessed account of God grace in saving a sinner and in guiding His child, and in calling him to ministry. It was inspiring to watch and listen to this testimony: God can do great things in my life also.