God Delights in Mercy This is something the moralists need learn.
The Pharisees were blinded to the fact that mercy, a loudmouth announcing "Grace! Grace!" is a joyous, joyful, liberating sound.
F. G. has been made a celebrity by promoting moralism and judgment, instead of promoting the liberating mercy the Gospel brings.
Our churches need to hear messages about mercy. It brings joy to the rebellious sinner.
Great Sermon! My Lord and my God. What a Wonderful Savviour is mine. Freely offered in the Gospel. Him that comes to me I will in no wise cast out. Pray God will make you willing to come to Him and put your trust in Him . Look forward to the rest of the series. Thank you . Pastor Watts
A modern day Charles Spurgeon God has wonderfully blessed Pastor Malcomb Watts with the gift of preaching that is both doctrinally sound and "Monday through Saturday"
living Christianity. I eagerly await each of his new sermons.
Inspiring and edifying message This is a beneficial, realistic and helpful sermon dealing with Satan's machinations against the church. It comes repleted with Scripture, ending with a tremendous note of victory. Good encouraging exhortation for God's children facing the challenges that 2016 may bring. Thanks
Great Sermon! I was very much blessed by this conference on Godâ€™s revival en Kilsyth and Dundee. Oh, that He would move amongst us in the West and substitute the shallow entertainment that purports to be Christianity with Godly preaching watered with abundant prayer.
Rev. William Macleod makes reference to William Burnâ€™s biography written by his brother Islay Burns which makes for great reading. A copy can be found on Internet using a search engine.
Great Sermon! I was very encouraged by this sermon. I listened to it at least 6 times and I took notes because I knew the Lord was speaking to me through the words of Rev Watts. Thank you very much for God- inspired and uplifting words, Patrizia
Valuable teaching This is a helpful devotional. Divers considerations about 'waiting on the Lord' are presented from unusual passages of Scriptures, from which derive good suggestions, applications, and guidelines. Highly beneficial, encouraging and comforting.
Great Sermon! Had been thinking upon the readings for March 21st in 'Daily Light'-2 Corinthians 1: 3,4 and also Isaiah 41: 10,13 and particularly 'I the LORD thy God will hold thy right hand' so it is indeed a wonderful blessing to have just heard your greatly encouraging and comforting sermon. Thank you so much.