Great Sermon! Great sermon! A much-needed wake up call in a time when all one needs to do to get saved is to pray a prayer asking Jesus to come into his/her heart, sign a card, or stand up and be counted. Repentance is not mentioned, nor is the need to count the cost of following Christ ever addressed. The Road Through Romans is indeed the Highway To Hell. Thanks so much for addressing this difficult subject.
Great Teaching! Found you in May and this was the first sermon of yours that I heard. Although I could never swallow what they (Hinn, Copeland, etc.) said, I called myself a charismatic. I didn't know being a charismatic meant more than just believing the gifts were still around. I've learned many things these past few months.
I see your last sermon was posted August 2012. Hope you're okay.
Great Sermon! I listened to this because of the previous comment. I had to start it over and maka real effort to focus and ask God to stretch my understanding. I have no problem with predestination since our Lord led me to the humbling doctrines of grace some years back. I look at it as it is the default of every single human being ever born to be condemned because of sin unless God does something to change that. But the way you have presented this bring in Numbers, brings a whole new dimension of grasping it.one can only hate this most hated of doctrines unless one is born again from above and then led on to study the attributes of God to really see how holy He Is and how repugnant we and our sin is to Him. The world thinks man should have more prerogative than the Creator to do as He pleases. If we plan a big wedding we feel it is our prerogative to honor whom we will with an invitation esp since we are paying for it. And yet the world feels God should be restricted in His prerogative to choose who He wills to occupy His heaven. Will chew on this in light of numbers. Very good. Thank you
Great Sermon! This is a wonderful sermon. It deals thoroughly and biblically with the issue of God's justice and fairness in condeming those who not heard the gospe. It puts john 3:16 into the context of the whole chapter and opens up its connection to the brass serpent of numbers 21,
Listen and may your gratitude to Him for your redemption renewed.!
Looking for answers I came across a YouTube video tonight produced by an atheist discussing slavery. Asking the question how a good God would condone such.
I was upset and confused and started searching for answers when I found this audio sermon online. Thank you, God has used you more than you probably expected.
Excellent Sermon! Good insight here into the sin of hypocracy. Hypocracy like covetousness are often over looked in our lives. We do need to be on guard. I'm glad the word of God exposes these in our lives, as Pastor Urroz says here. I see a lot of people, in my life, who confess Christ as their Savior, yet there is no power in their life to righteousness. I often wonder why, perhaps this is the answer. It's very sad, the times we live in, so many false teachers.
Great Sermon! I love the Biblical examples given here to show God's complete sovereignty and man's full responsibility. This is a very good teaching on the providence of God, and the holiness of God. Good question in the sermon details, "God delivered up Jesus to be Crucified, yet man murdered him. Who is to blame?".
Super Great Sermon! This Sermon is a real eye opener, I listen to some of these Prosperity Speakers and couldn't figure out where they were going wrong just like for years i couldn't figure out why Balam was so bad!
Great Sermon! Wow, I would never have seen Jesus in the story of Elijah and Elisha as it corresponds with Acts if I hadn't heard this message. Pastor Dan your exegeses of the Scriptures always amazes me. Thank you for opening my eyes to see wonderful things in the Word of God. Amazing grace is given to us, God's people, through faithful preachers like you.
Great Sermon! An extremely encouraging sermon for all of God's saints to keep on enduring through the good and bad for our reward is yet to come. God's ways are not our ways, nor is His time our time.
Great Sermon! Good sermon! Telling people that God will never leave them or forsake them is like telling them that God loves them and has a wonderful plan for their life. We do need to be careful how we restate verses of Scripture. It's the most wonderful thing in all of live to be in covenant with God. Praise to Jesus!
Great Sermon! All I can say is that this is an eye opening sermon. Wow, how I been blessed to see the greater truths of the "true" Gospel of God's Sovereign Grace. What freedom comes from doing away with dispensational teaching.
Thank You and God Bless your ministry.
Great Sermon! There is a lot of good insight in this message. I never saw the events at Mt. Sinai as a type or shadow of the return of Christ, but now I do. There is a lot of good information in this message tearing down that wall of separation between the people of God in the O.T. and God's people today. Great Sermon!
Great Sermon! I never saw the 10 commandments in 1 Timothy 1:8-11, but I sure do now. How could i miss it? This is a very good exposition of the Scriptures and teaching on the law of God. The more I learn of God's word the more I see how misunderstood it is. Thanks and praise to God for His faithful undershepherds, who fearfully and diligently seek the truth of God's word.