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Outstanding Sermon! This message covered so many deep and needed insights into the major topics that all Christians should hear. About the shallowness and misdirection in the Evangelistic that is now being preached is tragic. The coverage of The Grace of God saves sinners, and the challenging Doctrine of Election, plus numerous other topics makes this message seem like a serious class in theology. It must be heard more than once to receive all the power and understanding of it all. I'll look forward to hearing more from Brother Mark -- thank you.
Major Blessing! I've listened to this sermon a number of times and I bless God for the message of dominion. I remembered to play it this morning when I was tempted to hide in bed rather than go out and exercise dominion over my daunting circumstances. We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us.
Great Sermon! Absolutely transforming. How great is our God! I have been praying for intense fear of His word and greater conviction. My prayer and your prayer was answered even before I listened to this message. He answered.
Shout it loud! Make it clear! Give Him no peace until He makes His redeemed ones repent and turn to the Lord. May we, the redeemed, be a sign in this wicked and perverse generation; within and without the Church.
Thank you much and may God continue to bless you and your listeners.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this message. Many "Pastors" have told me they believe in plurality of elders (It's taught in the Bible) but they don't manifest their belief. They are not quick to give up their preeminent place in the church. They just pick and choose. It is sad, because there is such wisdom in God's methods and such folly in man's methods. Thanks for weaving these truths in a practical way. Regulative principle all the way.
Great Sermon! I have heard this sermon more than once and I'm about to hear it again. The struggle within and without. Lord be merciful to me The Sinner. Oh how I long for the day to leave this SINFUL flesh and sang praise to my Lord without SIN interference forever more in unbroken fellowship. We all have one SIN we battle against. Thank You Jesus for your righteousness and Blood. It's my and the true Church of God only hope. Never give in to sin. Striving always and when we fall looking always to Christ. Our all in all.
Wonderful! This teaching should be a part of every "sex education" class. Women and men both have been so degraded and cheated of God's very best in this area. Our society of "free love" has so devalued women into objects and the feminist movement has robbed women blind. I don't agree with flogging women in the streets for fornication, but if we could get a revelation of the freedom that comes with honoring God wth purity until marriage, women would no longer settle. Men would have to prove marriageable, children would have 2 parents, women would once again be placed in a position of being cherished. Satan continues to lie to our youth through movies, tv shows and music, bombarding them with immorality. We need to pray for our youth and for a revival. Thank you for this tremendous teaching, so timeless today.
Audio Books 2003 I notice the book that this chapter came from is now available for kindle on the 1 dollar menu. 99 cents to be exact. So I got to thinking about it... This is the very first narration of mine ever put on SermonAudio, November 2003... Richard Alleine 1611-1681
Interesting interview and testimony Met Pastor Hughes at a conference in Edinburgh many years ago and before that heard him at the Tron Church, Glasgow speaking on Spurgeon's life - good to hear him again here.
Reconsidering Lewis. From the time I wrote my first comment to this message I reconsidered CS Lewis and saw that he was influenced by Liberal teaching, evolutionism, Catholicism, that he was not an evangelical. If you do not want to post my new comment, please delete my former also.
Reconsidering Lewis. From the time I wrote my first comment to this message I reconsidered CS Lewis and saw that he was influenced by Liberal teaching, evolutionism, Catholicism, that he was not an evangelical. If you do not want to post my new comment, please delete my former also. Thank you!