Great Sermon! Pastor truly continuing to enjoy your sermons on Micah. Someday our story shall end, as you say in the New Jerusalem with Jesus forever more. This world has been awaiting this event for a long time. So thankful that Jesus is our temple, our Jerusalem, our Savior. I have come to understand that He is our substitute before God, as we are sinners and cannot be in ourselves what we should be, so God credits us the Jesus death and righteousness that we may become His children by faith alone. So we are in Him before the throne of God awaiting the day when He shall come again and take us out of this world unto Himself. How wonderful is our God and our Savior. We stumble and fall, but our assurance of eternal life is in the finished work of Jesus.
Thank you for your wonderful sermons on Micah. We as the people of God need to manifest more of the evidence of our faith, but so wonderful to know that we are forgiven and accepted in Jesus forever.
Thank you Pastor Aaron
Great Sermon! Truly enjoyed this sermon. It is true that we ourselves have oppressed the poor and others at times, and others are doing it today in the church. We certainly need messages like this to bring us all to repentance, and to live righteously for God in this wicked world.
Thank you Pastor. Great Sermon
Great Sermon! Wonderful sermon reminding us of our sin and the sins of others in which we need to warn them of their sin but with much compassion instead of self righteousness, as we are all sinners We can all only escape the wrath of God through faith in our Savior Jesus Christ. Truly enjoyed this sermon.
Great Sermon! I am reading and studying the book of Micah and am finding these sermons so helpful. This book is not easy to read or understand but through these sermons, I beginning to understand them. The message of repentance, and taking refuge in Christ from the wrath of God is certainly relevant for us today.
Than you Pastor Aaron. You preached these I see in 2007 and here I am in 2015 just hearing them. But I shall listen to each one. They are a true blessing to me. Thank you, and God bless your ministry
An Everlasting Melody I encourage everyone to listen intently.
The passion that comes forth in this sermon brings us into prayer and unto repentance once again. Messages like this one converts the soul again and again; drawing us closer and closer to the Son of God's love. It causes us to be forks in the road, while keeping us from saying, with the wicked, "CRUCIFY HIM!"
Psalm 115:1,2 Not unto us, O LORD, not unto us, but unto thy name give glory, for thy mercy, and for thy truth's sake.
Wherefore should the heathen say, Where is now their God?
Great Sermon! This is a deep message that isn't very simple to accept but the more you hear it the more sense it makes. I try to look at the meaning of weakness giving us strength especially through Apostle Paul's acceptance of it. I'll have to listen to this and do some serious study to get the most out of it. But I'm certain there's much blessing to receive from it.
Insightful Sermon! We get an approach to prayer that most of us overlook. Instead of heading right into a list of needs or intervention in our life, we should first see that we are communicating with the God of the Universe. That He is Holy, full of Grace, and should receive blessing above all. In being in His Presence, we should praising Him more than requesting from Him. This sermon has opened a new way of praying from now on. I desire that I continue it every time I pray.