Excellent sermon! every now and then someone properly explains something we thought we understood but upon listening to sound teaching we find we didn't, and the best part is it's much better news than our erroneous previous view. Pastor Savastio does a concise excellent job on explaining the meaning of the "gates of hell (hades)" which have other implications only leading to hope and victory.
Great Sermon! This is the first sermon I've listened to by Jeremy's daddy, but I must say it was a deep blessing. I was additionally blessed to hear Bro. Hughes' voice opening the conference and presenting Bro. Austin. But I was grieved to learn that dear Bro. Hughes has been called to continue the race set before him without his beloved wife at his side. Broke my heart. The first, or one of the first sermons I happened upon by dear Bro. Hughes a few years ago when he was still in Florida, I remember being so moved and blessed I felt like I was standing on Holy Ground. Glory to God in the highest for these men called of God to feed His sheep.
Encouraging! It is encouraging to hear of the continuing legacy of Allen Gardiner, with the sequel to how God reached the Patagonians for whom Mr. Gardiner had such a burden. Let us all keep begging the Lord of the Harvest to send out more laborers!
Great Sermon! Absolutely the best sermon I have ever heard on the doctrine of election, I used to cry when I would read Romans 9, I also just asked GOD tonight before I found your sermon online, that it was not fair, HIS reply to me was doesn't HE have the right to do whatever HE want with what belong to HIM. And you were right I felt grateful and humbled, I don't belive I will try to understand it anymore I will wait till I get to heaven and remain extremely grateful.....signed sincerely no more tears for GOD is more than Just.
You must listen for yourself! This sermon is simple enough for a youngster to grasp, yet will leave even an old saint exploring the depths of the truths all day! I've heard it several times and it never fails to give me the greatest joy! I wish everyone would listen to this!