Clear, Plain, Christ-honoring I was recently blessed by the first message I had heard Alan Cairns bring on the subject of infant salvation. I then listened to another entitled: "What is the Gospel?" Again I was blessed and glad to hear a preacher new to me preaching the truth. But I wondered if he believed in and preached Particular Redemption, which is the heart and soul of the gospel. This message clearly answered my question. This short message is a clear definition of Christ's particular, effectual redemption and atonement of His people. I was glad to hear it and blessed by it.
A remedy for anger I was glad to see this as I was browsing SermonAudio for a word of encouragement. It is easy for me to become frustrated with others when evangelising. As I started to watch this message, I was reminded of Christ's love to others, especially of the Samaritan woman. Christ himself, God incarnate, was loving towards unregenerate people, who we know are essentially at enmity with God. He also encountered those who remained hostile to him, yet didn't get fed up with everyone in general because of it. Its so important that we look to Christ in all we do. "Deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow me."
Great Sermon! This sermon is like a cool drink of refreshing water for this southern Illinois girl who lives in a spiritually dry and dusty land. It is excellent! I cannot highly recommend it enough!
Great Sermon! Thank You.
You have enlightened me on the importance, rational, process, benefits of Fasting & Prayer in the life of a Christian. You have also touched on what is NOT the biblical Fasting.
Thank you very much
Great Sermon! I liked this sermon. When I heard it in church , I was moved and I keep listening to it on my ipod. There is a lot of material packed into 1 sermon. Lots for me to chew over. What speaks to me are Aarons explanations of Living a Christian Life. I'll be keeping this one. :)
Great Sermon! If our consience should push us to rummage in the garbage cans of forgiven sin, then this encouraging sermon exhorts us to THINK Gospel because reality, (explains the message)is not in what we feel, but in the truth we KNOW.
Wonderful Insights in this Sermon Genesis has been described as a mini-Bible and this sermon is no exception. Aaron draws out how the actions of Adam and Eve after their sin mirrors the misguided, subjective reactions and strivings of men and women to look after themselves without God. A must listen for any counsellors out there, but don't let me restrict audience to them please. Thanks Aaron!
Great Sermon! Sir,
This is one of the most expository sermons on the topic of Christ's sojourn at the house of Lazarus. For bland minds your exposition of verse 38 is also much for thinkers held up at the simplicity of the implications of distraction and service. And more from your quotings of verses before has involved death and prevention and so forth, already go beyond listening comprehension off hand where reading the text means a paper appraisal of beliefs that pollinate on verses but do not actually assess the gravity of the Lord's presence. Compliments to you for this sermon and more than can be plainly said of the qualification to tell the heart of the Christian religion. Our cursoriness be gone with what you have to say!