Great Sermon! Very powerful message. I have met many Christians who fear doctrine - they don't want to hear it nor preach on it but for me doctrine of scripture has been my anchor whether I have recognized it or not - I am passing this message along to my loved ones and friends in the prayers that it replaces fear and confusion with comfort and assurance
Men of Conviction. Brother Lawson, Thank you for this introduction to the life of Martin Luther, It is excellent in content and will inspire other believers to consider the great doctrines of God's grace.
I dwell in a land where the name Luther or Calvin bring only scorn. My wife and I have had only recently to leave a gathering of Saints because of the scorn of some regarding God's sovereignty in salvation.
God richly bless you and your ministry.
In Christ Jesus our Lord,
Great Sermon! Whoa. How do I comment on this message? It is always, always a joy and a privilege and an honor to hear what God has given to you for the purpose of spreading it out before us as a feast. But this is one of the most brilliant and stirring messages of God's wisdom and knowledge these old, lowly ears have been graced to hear. I never cease being awed to where He has brought me from my first 25 years as a roman catholic to the catholic charismatic movement to the word if faith movement to 20 years as a very busy secretary in a SBC to now almost three isolated years as my mom's caregiver. And yet these three years have been the richest as I've immersed myself in teachings here and been graced and have embraced the reformed teachings of grace. Glorious things of the knowledge of God that I had never been privy to before. I wondered recently about my non life these days but now I see purpose in that's days. He has saved the best for last.
Great Sermon! Brother RC, i just wanted to share with you, that when I started to watch this video, I almost started bawling, when I saw your associate begin to 'sign' your message. For just a moment, it reminded me of the verse, "and when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with compassion"
How compassionate of our Lord to take such great care as to make it possible, that even the deaf to 'hear' the gospel!
Now, I am not usually emotional, and I have long left my charismatic background behind, but i just wanted you to know, how touched I was with that.
God Bless You and your ministry brother