Great Sermon! Where do I begin.....Today is Sunday 6th March 2016. I went to church and cried all through, I went to the altar after service and continued my tears. I just could not stop. You know that feeling when you have just had enough, breathing not living, existing without a life! So much shame, embarrassment, humiliation, depression. A total stagnancy for over 15 years! You move forward for a season and then it stops for a longer season. This sermon has encouraged me that I am not alone. Others are going through what I am feeling. I am not weird, not going crazy. And that Jehovah is on the throne! Thank you Pastor Jason. Bless UP!
Outstanding Sermon! This is a powerful exposure of what is happening in today's church -- exactly what Paul warned us about 2,000 years ago. Postmodernism is the latest spiritual view that is controlling most churches with a false Gospel in almost every respect. The "self" has taken over Scripture and the false gospel is whatever satisfies you is fine. Truly our churches are dead and worthless in the majority of cases.
Great Sermon! Thank you for your great CHRIST centered messages and I give GOD praise for his marvellous grace. It really muzzles me how I found you I think it was a few years ago from Steve Camp's blog.
Great Sermon! Tho not your choice topic, you really did a great job. I fine presentation. I really loved the jungle tale. It brought me some real further clarity on that difficult passage. And I agree, the I never knew you portion are the most frightening words in God's Book. I can empathize with your Denmark friend. I cannot wrap my mind around some of my gone before me loved ones who could be damned for all eternity. The separation is bad enough but how does one process the eternality of it?. Nevertheless, a great message.
Great Sermon! Brother Clotfelter, I liked your message very much. We need to hear more about the wonderful grace of God, and how the Lord Jesus Christ suffered the wrath of God and the punishment for sin as God's Substitute, shedding his own precious blood in substitutionary atonement in behalf of those who believe and trust in Him, Ephesians 1:6-7, 2 Corinthians 5:21, 1 Peter 3:18, 2:24. See "The Cross of Christ: The Most Awesome Expression of the Wrath of God," at www.sovereigngracehomepage.com
Great Sermon! Great and concise sermon. I have been studying tithing for some time now and felt this covered a lot. The focus is being a cheerful giver but not necessarily money as many isolate out. Give all (food, time, love, money) with a goal of koinonia so none of our brothers and sisters in Christ will lack as was done in the early church body. The only thing I would like to mention is that although the new testament doesn't speak much of tithes I do not believe tithing or any of the Mosaic laws should be encouraged unless Galatians 3:10-14 and Galatians 5:1-6 are also taught in full. I personally would encourage giving as God places on our hearts but not tithing and not focus on money alone. Be blessed and finish the race strong.
Powerful Sermon! Bother Manley lays it on the line -- you're living the life of Jesus or the life of the world, the flesh and the devil. If you look at yourself -- the answer is definite -- it's a black or white answer and you have to face it.
Great Sermon! How did you know? I must admit I am reading the Bible for the first time ever. I was gulity of skimming threw the tabernacle details forgive me.. I enjoyed your sermon very much you helped me to understand the importance to detail. Thank you
Meaningful Sermon! Obama was reelected last month and I have deep distrust for him and his associates. This message had great meaning to me about our country. We more than ever need to find strong Christian principles to help us with all the crises we face. I see God going beyond warning and already judging us because we have gone beyond the point of listening and doing what God says. This sermon gives me some satisfaction in knowing what we should do, but whether we do it or not remains to be seen. Perhaps after much judgment, we will have repentance -- I pray that we do.