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Short but important message I loved this short but uplifting sermon, full of Biblical wisdom about the vital importance of not forgetting God, I listened to it early in the afternoon, and it made me think, and I felt blessed by it.
Important Message! The Speaker points out that many well meaning Christians have told those who are ill that, their illness is do to a lack of faith. Richard Aasman directs us to the reality that in life and in death, Christ is still our hope and our Salvation. I think this is a helpful Sermon for those with serious illness and their loved ones. For Paul says," If I live, I will live unto Christ, if I die, I die unto Christ. So that if I live or die, I am Christ's." Contains helpful edicate in blessing those that are suffering. Contains consolation for those who have been criticized for thier lack of faith, just as Job was criticized. Job was a man of righteousness and his friends acused him that his own wrong, had caused all the sickness and hardship. Many Christians do this today, when they do not understand God's purpose for the fellow Christian's suffering. Richard Aasman also points out to scriptural referances that we are to glory in tribualtions. Praise The Lord!
The author of these great messages Great messages, but the author seems to be incorrectly listed. I believe that this series was actually prepared by J. VanWoudenberg, as it is listed on the broadcaster's site.
Great Sermon! If you preach you may want to listen to this. Pastor Ludwig briefly yet convincingly gives great insight into what the Lord has revealed in this passage. Very encouraging and meaningful message.