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Great Sermon! First heard Mr Allen at our chapel a few years ago he spoke on (and sitting down they watched him and the difficulty of putting away sin) I have enjoyed listening to his sermons the only thing is there are not enough
Good Message Encouraging message on how we need God to search us because we can deceive ourselves into thinking we are OK when we are not. Considering what is shared shows how we must be looking unto Jesus (Isaiah 45:22, Hebrews 12:2).
Blessing for my soul. This sermon was a blessing for my soul, it really touched and searched my heart. Separation considered in the terms of our love for the Lord Jesus. We must hate sin, the world and error if we say we love Him!
Great Sermon! This was so encouraging to me! I have been trying to learn to have a greater trust in God during dark times.
The verse "Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him" was meaningful and also difficult.
In the midst of darkness, we just have to cast ourselves upon Him, and wait for Him! (don't try to kindle your own fire)
Thank you for this great encouragement.
Great Sermon! Thank you very much for your sermon. I was convicted about 8 months ago that I should be covering during corporate worship. I have (nervously) been covering my head at church since that time, but it is difficult because I am the only one. The few women who know that I am "covering" and not making a horrendous fashion faux-pas, have been sweet, but I'm quite sure they think I'm crazy. I appreciate your sermon very much. It gives me the confidence to persevere =)
Jacksonville, Florida USA
From the heart. A blessed message, from the Bible and from the heart and the experience of the preacher. A message for ministers and for congregations. God may give to our churches ministers like this!
Prayer and evangelism. The principal purpose of the church is evangelism, of giving testimony about Christ. The church in the beginning was dedicated to prayer and evangelism in the power of the Holy Spirit.