Great Sermon! Great sermon! Very simple and yet there is so much information in it. So encouraging to know that angels keep us secure in salvation, that they are our undertakers and will be there to accompany us when we leave this life behind. All thanks be to God for providing for us ministering spirits to serve all those who will inherit salvation!
Great Sermon! This is indeed a sermon which comforted my oppressed heart and motivated me to continue to look to the LORD for salvation! May the good Lord bless Brother Roth and use him more and more!
Must hear Sermon! Here is a Preacher who is truly â€˜Reformedâ€™ in the real sense of the word! He does not mince words, but tells it like it is! He does what all those who claim they are Reformed should do, i.e. Exalt their God and put man in the dust. This, Pastor G.R. Procee does all through his sermon. In fact he only uses Zephaniah 3:12 as a launching pad to preach the whole counsel of God concerning Salvation in all its fullness.
His preaching is discriminating, in that it is not a general â€˜love of Godâ€™ to every Tom, Dick and Harry but to those whom God hath called. And from this he beautifully shows how God works in these Elect to draw them to Himself and show them their helplessness and poverty, not only before they come to the Lord but also all through their life.
This is a sermon that I would listen again and again and even pass it on to my friends; for it has indeed blessed my heart greatly and shown me my utter helplessness and constant need of Godâ€™s sustaining hand. I was actually grieved when the sermon came to an end, for I longed to hear more from this man who so passionately exalted my Saviour!
May God bless Pastor G.R. Procee for his faithfulness to the Word and continue to make him a blessing to the Church of God!
Great Insight! The Lord is the Potter.
We are nought but the clay.
The clay vessel is marred thus not fit for purpose. The purpose for which God the Potter made us. All children of Adam are thus marred and must be renewed in Christ. Made in God's image - now marred. A message which teaches the very and absolute need we have of Christ.
Great sermon This is a moving heartfelt and heart telt sermon as it deals with Rev Budding's own family and deep severe afflictions- yet it is a highly positive look at physical and mental disability and how God is pleased to graciously and lovingly work in the midst of what comes from His own loving hand. Suffering and affliction will certainly come-often unexpectedly in our own life and that of our family-but always for our spiritual good. This sermon will prove a useful spiritual tool of preparation, comfort and I am certain a help to others we know.
It also deals with the disability we all have-SIN. Highly recommended for all to hear and will undoubtedly encourage us to compassionately consider our suffering neighbour and to remember always in our lighter afflictions the unimaginable sufferings of so many dear folk and above all the greatest suffering-that of the Saviour.
Phillipians 3: 10 ' the fellowship of his sufferings'
"I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us." (Romans 8:18).