Great Sermon! What an interesting and informative background that you have opened up that is going to lead to the Samaritan woman's encounter with Jesus at the well. It now makes a lot of sense to me and what an amazing God who keeps His Promises in our Saviou . Will be listening this sermon again to take it all in.
Great Sermon! Kit nails it again! Excellent sermon explaining how it is that with the coming of the incarnate Logos the purpose of God to rescue and restore (actually, to fulfill) His creation has been accomplished! And I love Kit's emphasis on God's desired purpose to share His life with human beings. God's call to us all is to come to Him in Christ and participate in His very life! This is what "salvation" is! This is what it means to be human! Answer God's call--come to Him! (Let us) arise, shine; for (our) light had come, and the glory of the LORD had risen upon (us)!
Great Sermon! Wow! What an ending to Zechariah but it takes searching the Scriptures and longing for the meat of the Word that makes this sermon such an opal field. Not for beginners. I will be going this sermon more than once. So helpful.
Great Sermon! You pack this sermon and I had to listen to it over and over again to take on the Scriptures that I have known and not necessarily put together. It was worth it and indeed the "Truth sets your Free ".
What a Paradox in the Incarnation an so illuminating. Again thank-you.
Great Sermon! I have always hoped that I would one day hear you preach sermons on the Resurrection and now I am not disappointed. You just open so many windows to ponder the greatest Truth of All - and to ponder, appropriate or enter into such great work of our Resurrected Christ - to God be the glory.
Now I hope to hear you preach of the Gospel of John some day.
Wow! NO ONE preaches/teaches the Gospel as well as Kit Culver! Set aside all the others on SermonAudio.com and listen to this (and any other sermon by Kit Culver). Personally, he makes the lights go "ON" after listening to his sermons.
Great Sermon! This is probably one of the most profound sermons on Romans 1:18 that I have ever heard.
"The essence of sin is a perverted perspective, by which we view ourselves in relation to God from the standpoint of a self-determining framework."
Thank You! I am so thankful for your messages Kit. I have been trying to catch up on your Acts series and just find every one of them so full and encouraging as always! Thank you for being true to the Word of God :) These postings are such a gift!
Excellent Teaching An excellent message and concise teaching of Romans Five verses. This can be a difficult passage but Kit Culver takes us step by step and reveals the teaching of Paul, in an enlightening way. Thankyou Kit Culver, I will return to you sermons.
Jesus is the FINAL Temple! Despite what some (Pre-Trib/Pre-Mill Dispensationalists) may profess, there will be no third temple in Jerusalem built by hands. And if some try to build such an abomination, it will be a monument to unbelief. Acts 15:14-19 does not speak of the building of a third (Millennial) temple. This is because JESUS Himself is the total fulfillment of what the previous 2 Jewish temples signified. The REAL has come. The shadows and types have passed. Jesus is the Destroyer of the earthly sanctuaries and the builder of the true spiritual sanctuary: Himself and His Church! The final 20 minutes of this sermon will make your head spin -- in a wonderful, blessed way! Another great teaching sermon from Kit Culver.
Splendid Sermon! How is Pentecost -- the outpouring of the Holy Spirit -- related to the "Last Days" and the "Day of the Lord" as spoken of in the prophecies of Joel cited by Peter? Listen to this profound teaching sermon and find out! Another gem from Kit Culver.
Exceptional Sermon! This sermon is so good, so life-giving, that after listening to it, you will think that you have been "raptured!"
Kit Culver teaches that those who are "in Christ" now by virtue of having been born again have already taken part in Christ's Resurrection. That's all I'll say ... you MUST listen to the sermon for the rest of the story! It's absolutely worth 1 hour of your full attention.