Wonderful Sermon! This sermon is a lasting blessing to me. I can understand better the soil with tares.
These are people who fill most churches in the West, people who did not judge and cast away as evil the seeds of self and sin and these grew up along side their faith and destroyed it. They are a terrible mess, but still profess faith.
This is one of the best sermons I have ever found on SA.
Great Sermon! I would prefer that only people like you,who preach the true sovereign Grace of God in salvation. I suffered a few minutes of how predestined doesn't mean that. I have never seen people with corrupt doctrine like this respond to truth. They preach another gospel and constantly attack those who believe the truth of scripture. God Bless you...
Great Sermon! Please pastor John, though I commend you for rightly dividing The Word of God and speaking against the lies of the free will doctrine. I say this with the deepest love and respect. Please even if you don't trust some of the other new translations of Gods Word, at least use a more modern translation of the King James Bible to quote from. Preferably one that uses modern English in 2016. Although people may understand old English still you might not have given much thought to the fact that you open up fellow Christians to unnecessary ridicule. I hope you can receive this in the spirit it is ment brother, may the lord continue to Bless your ministry...
Great Sermon! I must say, that Brother Ashwood in this series of messages explains this subject better than anyone else I have heard or read. This is not to belittle Gill, Spurgeon, Dabney, nor any of the able ministers that God has called to preach, teach and write, but simply a recognition of the grace of God in Brother Ashwood. We thank the Lord for this humble minister, and pray for many more years of his usefulness to the Church.
Thomas Ray Floyd
Great Sermon! What a great message encouraging believers to pray against His enemies.
When our eyes behold the glory of God, what else can we do but realize that it is not unto us, but unto God for His mercy and for His truths sake that He vindicates His own holy name?
It is time to call upon our sovereign God to crush His enemies; if we love Him and the lost.
good sermon, except I think your sermon was good, and needed. However, your quick comment about the slavery of the southern USA was very poor taste. It is not wise to make such brief comments about slavery, and the New Testament teachings regulating it, without a full treatment about such a serious subject and more complete exegesis of that topic in a different sermon from what was your main topic.