Great Sermon! This is very helpful and encouraging to those of us who are labeled narrow-minded for the cause of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and are outspoken against will-worship and self-exalting religion. It is a lonely path to walk the strait and narrow road that leads to Life; so to hear preachers who unashamedly preach the Gospel is such a blessing! I've sit under the preachings of "dumb dogs" that cannot bark and what it produced was self-righteousness in dead and unregenerate sinner(s).
Great Sermon! Dear Brother, I listened to this message this morning and was so blessed by it. I am always so grateful for the brotherhood in Christ we share and that my son can attend worship with the brethren there in Shreveport. May the Lord be pleased to continue to bless the Gospel in your area.
Great Sermon! A wonderful explanation and picture of
conversion, when and how God converts
the heart of the sinner who has been
Redeemed at the cross. God's child, but
Peter didn't know or truly love The Lord
Jesus. Jesus prayed for Peter...I hope
In Him that He prays for me!
Great Sermon! Thank you once again, and thanks and praise to almighty God for revealing Himself in us. Life is very tumultuous and
yet when His time comes He calms the storms
within us and around us as He wills.
Thank You Lord Letâ€™s be careful not to exalt the preacher above the Savior or to desire the preacherâ€™s voice above the Saviorâ€™s voice.
Ephesians 4:4-6 that is why i say a preacher should not be elevated above the people. Thank you Lord for your wisdom is incomparable. Forgive me Lord.
Great Sermon! Brother Ken does a nice job discussing our death "in the Lord," and those who die "without the Lord." Studying Revelation 14 lets us see how God separates the differences in death of us all.
Strong Sermon! Brother Ken gives a thorough picture on how the deceiving preachers are alive today. He also shows that we must be decerners and not abide in false teaching. One must always focus on Christ Jesus for the Truth and not listen to anything else -- especially praising oneself. Much to think about.