Looking Forward to Being Spoiled This start to the Life of David series was very good. I am looking forward to being spoiled becauseâ€”thanks to your uploadsâ€”I will be able to compress two years of excellent teaching into, possibly, a couple of months. :-)
Great Sermon! I especially appreciated the beautiful teaching on the Sabbath. May the Lord lead American Christians to repentance for our sabbath-breaking and may He help us to delight in His holy day.
Solid Biblical preaching Faithful biblical preaching on homosexuality in an unfaithful age. And a reminder that it is not the unforgivable sin, that salvation through Christ is available to homosexuals as well as anyone else. Let us continue to pray for homosexual family and friends and others.
Exceptional Sermon! Wow! So much in this one sermon! I never heard so much detail about the sacrifices that Noah offered. Wonderful! And the final comments that climate change will not destroy this earth but rather God will burn up everything. That is the truth.
Correction At the end of this sermon, I got my words back to front: I said, "The Lord Jesus doesn't want there to be any favorites in the Father's family. He doesn't want the Father to love you any more than He loves Him." Of Course I meant quite the reverse: "He doesn't want the Father to love you any less than He loves Him. He doesn't want the adopted sons to feel like second class citizens in the family -- "that the same love with which you have loved me might be in them, and I in them."
Very, Very Good! Sometimes, when I see certain titles, I past the message by because the Biblical history stories are so familiar, well rather, all the sermons seem to convey the same points. I glad I didn't past this message by. Thanks to you, Brother Carl, I won't be readily skipping past familiar titles.