Powerful Grace In Christ, there is forgiveness and grace available to all who would but trust Him. This sermon was spirit-filled and a powerful call to come to the Lord Jesus. I am thankful to have experienced this yesterday.
Great Sermon! This sermon helped me see the emotional suffering Jesus experienced throughout his life as one despised and rejected. I've never heard Isaiah 53 explained quite that way, and I think this is a great passage to share with anyone, especially youth, who have ever struggled with the hurt of social or emotional rejection. Though not the main thrust of the sermon, the description of the rejected Jesus was the most impactful for me as it revealed a Jesus even more intimately acquainted with our hurts and fears than I had considered before.
was just talking to my husband as we were leaving a funeral today. My soul is so grieved because even though Jesus has defeated sin and death...we still experience it. I know that the saints that go before us will be with our king. But when I was singing "death where is your sting" tears rolled down my face because I and many individuals I love were feeling its sting. At that point I guess I was joining the saints in asking how long lord until you come and defeat death in every way.
Just finished reading the blog entry of revelation and as I came to Rev 19-22 I burst into hope filled tears. Turns out Revelation is not gloom and doom and filled with fear. Instead tonight I found HOPE and Peace in the plan and the word of the Lord. He will rescue his bride and death and sin can NEVER touch her again. AMEN!!!
Great Sermon! Not only do you speak the truth about the biblical "homeschooling" family, but you're a hilarious individual. Seriously, if you're a pastor by day, have you thought about the comedy circuit at night? Homeschoolers: Gotta give this a listen. This guy nails it!! The dying world needs to hear, too.
Great Sermon! Interesting, I've never heard a sermon like this one. Usually sermons on sexuality are aimed at single people telling them not to indulge till they are married. Or the pastor is so nervous he just makes one uncomfortable joke after another.
I was refreshed to hear a sermon about the extremely important topic of intimacy in marriage handled in a biblical way with the seriousness it deserves.
Huh? Take a day off sick? In order to prove that you're not chained to other people's opinions? What about the lying part of it?
Have fun at a Halloween party? What are you doing even attending one of those things?
I'm not a legalist, but I do believe that we are given grace to obey God's Laws, not to break them up and trample all over them.
Anyway, I'd rather be called a legalist than a liberal.....
Great Sermon! I have been looking for words to describe this sermon and found these: flat out no compromise no excuses have joy or die type of sermon...I am listening again in case I might have missed something!