Thanks for the Sermon Thanks for the sermon, Rev. Persaud. I especially appreciated how you provided a fuller picture of the sick woman's condition (i.e. the social and religious aspects, not just the physical suffering and financial loss), and how this woman's condition serves as a reflection of mankind's spiritual condition before God. Good points.
Great Sermon! This sermon is so encouraging. Like Joshua, he committed his life and his family to serve God by knowing God's sovereignty and unchangeable love. It reminds me that my real identity is in Christ. To serve the Lord should be my response to God's love.
Great Sermon! Thanks?This sermon encourages me to pray boldly and consistently.A lot of times I doubted whether or not God would answer my prayers. It's a sad thing for a Christian! Our Heavenly Father is willing to help us and able to provide us everything which is necessary for His kingdom.
Great Sermon! Faith comes hearing ,and hearing from the word of God. Yes, preaching God's word is a key to build the kingdom. This sermon helps me to think about some problems in some churches in which preaching has been set aside or replaced by unnecessary activities and singing. It's a main reason for the weakness and secularizing trend of many visible churches. Thanks!
Great Sermon! This sermon helps me to understand the meaning of suffering of our brothers and sisters. Just like Pastor said,"Everyone who wants to live a godly life will experience suffering." Now many Christians are suffering tribulation when they are facing persecution. May God strengthen them!
Great Sermon! Why do our hearts have no peace and joy even when we have a comfortable life in North America? This sermon gives me answer and reminds me to satisfy what God gives me. Thanks for the rich message preached!
Great Sermon! My heart gets great comfort from this sermon. A right perspective is indeed so important for us to understand God's will and what have happened in history. Just as Pastor Mitchell said,"This perspective would remind God's people that his kingdom was unstoppable and encourage them to face their coming troubles without fear."