Such an important message! Pastor Curtis, The message you have delivered here is such a timely message. We are praying for all who hear it, for harmony in your congregation, and courage for all the men of war our LORD has chosen to do battle now, in Christ. We will be praying for you as you prepare the message for this coming LORD's Day. Thank you so much and please, labor on with joy.
All the sermons you have delivered in this recent past few months have been so instructive, so much needed in this dark hour. Oh! How we praise God for what He is doing in Princeton, New Jersey and beyond.
Great Sermon! What are Grace and Peace. The first time I have listened to Mr Curtis' ministry. Really appreciate a Pastor who uses the KJV. At 64 years of age, and having read from the KJV for all that time, it grieves me to see so many using the 'versions' and in so doing causing confusion. When a preacher uses the 'versions' I find it vexing that I am not getting the Scriptures as I know them. The language of the KJ is what is in my memory, poor though that memory can be, and I just want to be able to bring them to mind, if in the Providence of God, I cannot read and am brought to rely on what is already stored up in my heart and mind.
The Lord bless your witness on the side of truth is this 'day of small things'.
Yours in Him,
Great Sermon! Excellent sermon :-) Only a person that nows a 3-thrice HOLY GOD and himself could ever say those things, knowing that Christ is his only hope. Looking to Him alone the author and finisher of the church.
Great Sermon! I really enjoyed the sermon, as an english speaking Christian in a spanish speaking country, i often find myself with "sed" - thirst, for the "word" in my own language. Please keep up this ministry, and thank you.
(clay in the potter's hands)
Lovely Message "We were all widows!" "We are to see others as such." Interesting connection btw how God didn't find a sinner first then look for a savior to say He also didn't find a work then look for a worker but that a worker is chosen in Christ and then sent to the work.
God Chose Christ! Pastor Curtis, Thank you so much for this wonderful sermon. Yes, God chose Christ first, and in Him, are all the sons of Jacob who comprise His glorious Body! We will recommend your entire Isaiah series to others and were amazed that we needed to hear "The Trial of Plenty". May the LORD continue to bless you in preaching His Word throughout the whole world.