Great Sermon! Mt.11:2-5
Each 'unfavorable condition'results in a 'favorable condition'.That is until v.5.Why does this seem so?Is
the implication that their neediness would result in believing/saving faith? Help me to understand better this verse please. Thankyou
Excellent Sermon Excellent Sermon. I have enjoyed listening to Pastor Golighers sermons. Good sound teaching - very relevant sermon for today. However, could the microphone system be adjusted as the audio is not very loud in general. Thank you.
Great Sermon! This sermon reminds me of the message in Corinthians. ..no records of wrong. .if you love..if you love the grace..accept it and cheer it on for others as well as for you..as well as for me..Thank you so very much.
Fantastic Excellent message about Luther's devotion to hymnody and how important hymns are not just for the times of saints gathering for worship, but for the blessing and edification of singing hymns in the home with children. Wonderful message.
Great Sermon! Thank you Pastor for reinvigorating me on the Great Commission. We need to be like Joshua & Caleb in walking towards the promised land in spite of the fallen world around us. Let us continue worshipping our Lord.
The Beginning Discusses the origin and essence of evil. He argues that "evil depends on goodness for it's existence", is "parasitic" and yet will finally be shown to serve the overarching purposes of God. It exists only with God's permission, for God brings good OUT of evil. Yet sin remains a riddle, and is NOT normal or what it means to be human; we were NOT created with sin. (It is perhaps best understood, IMO, when one considers that Light shines brightest in Darkness). Sin is nonetheless alien, an intruder, and a transgression of the Law of God.
Great Sermon! I love listening to Eric Alexander. He speaks with such clarity and reverence that God's word is alive, stirring and moving my inner being. Thank you and may God continue to bless others through this great man of God.
Great Sermon! Challenging and helpfull in preparation for our witness going into the new year. Prayer the missing element in our evangelism. Spurgeon's comment, prayer meeting the engine room that drives the church,so relevant today.