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Great Sermon! Such a message! This is a very long sermon and it's taken me three sittings during the day to listen to it but i think it's a very very important message.
5I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.
Great Sermon! "Dancin' Doctrine" ... so true! Very blessed by this sermon, Brother Mike. Always good to be reminded that we are "abundantly saved!" Also, knowing He "took His treasure" is uplifting. Thank you for preaching truth.
Great Sermon! Yes brother this is the lost doctrine of the church that needs to be preached on again. Whitefield, Rowland, Harris,Wesley,preached about the new birth and God brought about a Great Awakening !!
May He have mercy on us once again....
Great Sermon! I am a Reformed man who delights in the doctrines of God's Absolute Sovereignty. But this was a message that I needed to hear. Most of the time we Calvinists take great comfort in dwelling on what Christ has done for us and forget to inquire what Christ requires of us.
As A.W. Pink rightly said- "They (Calvinists) preach a lot on doctrine, often on experience, but life conduct receives the scantiest notice. It is not too much to say that they seem to be afraid of the very word ‚Äúduty.‚ÄĚ They preach soundly and beneficially on the obedience which Christ gave to God on behalf of His people, but they say next to nothing of that obedience which the Lord requires from those He has redeemed".
Dr. Michael G. Morrow rightly reminds us that God does not hate the sin but love the sinner, but hates ALL workers of iniquity! He also reminds us that unless we see ourselves as sinners who deserve Hell, we won't need the Lord Jesus.
A must hear sermon for both the saved and the lost alike. May the Lord bless Dr. Michael for this faithful word!
Powerful! A wake-up call from Dr Morrow in the shape of classic old-school Bible preaching: we professing Christians need sermons like this. And there is forgiveness for those who turn to Christ in true repentance.