Great Sermon! May we see God's goodness in sending trials. May they prove our faith and dependence upon Him always! May we grow in grace and learn from our trials, for God has a purpose in them, to conform us to Christ! Great sermon!
Great Sermon! Today is the last day of this Sunday school class. What a blessing its been!! If you haven't thought much about being adopted by God then the exposition of this chapter in the 1689 LBCF will do you good. Thank you Pastor Jeff, you'll be missed!
A Time of Change Excellent exposition of these verses. It's so important that we understand what happened that day. Three thousand souls saved, the power of God through His spirit and the word as God keeps His promises and fulfills His word. What a special day that was and yet the same miracle continues today as the dead are brought to life in the same way.
Great Sermon! I'm loving this series on the book of Acts, as we see the new movement, the new Israel, coming from the old. This was a very special time in our history and a lot of misunderstanding abounds, it's vital we get it right.
Adoption! I was very surprised to realize how ignorant I am on the subject of our adoption by God. What is the difference between our justification and adoption. This lesson is quite informative. Many good things discussed, fear of death and our freedom in Christ to name a couple.
Great Sermon! I especially love to find Jesus in the Scriptures (every page) so I'm especially fond of this sermon that does just that. Show me Jesus, I want to see Him more and more. Praise God for pastors!
Great Sermon! What a marvelous message. My heart was soaring and leaping at the telling of the grandeur and majesty of King Jesus. I felt like I was privy to the coronation of King and Lord Jesus. This has blessed me to the depths of my being. Thank you.
Great Sermon! Very moving. I felt carried back to the first century when Bro. Andreas carried greetings across the globe from the believers in Milan to this convention and to any of us believers of the present day hearing his message. Precious. I can attest, as a former Catholic plucked out of darkness by God's gracious design and mercy, that the reformation is not dead at least to me, in my heart and thoughts and beliefs and doctrine today. Bro. Andreas, I know English is not your native tongue, but your excellent exhortation and encouragement was beautifully and clearly expressed. Thank you. Greetings back to the believers in Milan and God's rich Blessings to the seven reformed pastors and their flocks in Italy. Shalom.