Great Sermon! What a great encouragement and reminder that we are bought with a price and are no longer our own! Jesus is Lord of our lives and we must deny ourselves, take up our cross and lose our life just as he did if we are to be found His disciples on the Day of Judgement!
Important Message An encouraging message for all that have begun to feel the fading of the flesh. God NEVER forsakes His servants, even unto the very moment that they go the way of all flesh. What a great, merciful and faithful Shepherd we have!
Thank you pastor Doner.
Important Truths for our generation Thank you for this message and also the previous Psalm 49 message. These bring us face to face with the question of are we ready for that Day?
Nothing else really matters more than that. These messages help get to the heart of the matter.
A big challenge to all husbands and fathers. This was a very convicting message, the real meat of the Word. Hard but vital lessons here. One way we can reduce the incidence of abdicators among us is to mentor our sons in the ways of the Lord, starting early, long before marriage and parenting, using positive Godly male role models.
Great Sermon! "Creation is a preacher that no man can avoid or flee from!" Truly the fool has said in his heart there is no God. Great sermon Pastor Max! Praise God for His general revelation and for His special revelation!
Great Sermon! Hi Mr Doner, glad to see you were able to get a good copy up on Jude of Sanctified by God. I'm in the midst of an 9 sermon series on Jude, I just preached the intro. I'm not oredained, but a Lay minister at our church in NJ. We're very close to what would be called Reformed Baptist, although we differ in a few small areas. If you'd ever like to listen to my intro its on SA at our church site. Bread of Life fellowship, I'm Jim Montesano. I'm also going through Gen, I just dealt with ch 34, a very difficult chapter, but the brethren were edified by God's grace. Well, thanks again for being faithful to the Word, I like your sereis on Jude, at least the few I listened to. Grace to you, Jim Montesano
Good coverage on the invisibility of God Hi Max,
Have one question. What is your take on the original Greek word teleioo in 1 John 4:12? You seem to interpret it as a process of maturing in agape love. Something that Christians grow in over the years. As they grow they become more complete or perfect in their sharing of God's sacrificial love. I Was wondering if the word does not indicate a more completed example of God's love made manifest in his people? The reason I ask this question because when a variant of this word is used by Christ on the cross, "It is finished", it conveys the idea of completely accomplishing what God had sent him to do, namely our salvation. Growing in love has the idea of the process sanctification built into it. Completeness has the idea of assurance and confidence being where God wants us to be in our relationship with Him and others.
Would enjoy your response.
Great Sermon! Pastor Doner frequently presents familiar scriptures in a new and surprising way. He gleans unique personal applications in unusual places.
Pastor Doner talks about some reasons children leave home before they should. Even though it brought back many painful memories I felt like he was "telling my story" and this somehow brought a measure of comfort and acceptance. I would often question God why if I was an elect person I did not have a better upbringing so I could be a better person. Apparently many of God's elect in the Bible did not have the best family situations. Thank you