Such an encouraging sermon! I have listened to this sermon 3 times now and it uplifts me everytime! It teaches you about the joy that comes from dwelling on and trusting in God's precious promises. We experience one of the most deepest forms of intimacy with God when we trust in and rest on His promises. Even while we wait for the promise to be fulfilled we can still experience joy as God is faithful to fulfill all his promises.
Great Sermon! I just listened to your discussion on â€śBiden the beginning of the apocalypseâ€ť. Absolutely agree. Jesus will not come back I a political party! He is King and there is no other, Amen.
One thing I do disagree with though is when you made the statement of the pale rider of the end time stating, tha we just donâ€™t see that amount of death at this time, â€śweâ€ť must look at the continual genocide that abortion has brought (not to add in the abortifacients) that clearly legalized extraordinary numbers of death. Remember, each â€śhorsemanâ€ť is a judgement, and I donâ€™t picture God wearing a wrist watch. . . Other than that, weâ€™ll done!
Great Sermon! No reserve, No retreat, and No regret! ABSOLUTLEY!!! Our dear Savior has given us all things through Him. And we are but clay pots. But by His power we have become conquerors! In our weakness we are made strong in Him who loved us before the foundation of the world. By His power and His alone we will have no reservations to serve Him; we will not retreat; And we will most assuredly have no regrets but only joy in our service to Him!
Much Food for Thought Wow! What an amazing sermon! Phil Schlamp contextualizes "The latter Parables of Jesus" into the dawn of the Millennial age. Schlamp draws on the last parables of Christ to consider who will be present and who will absent at the inauguration of Christ in the age to come. He presents this in a way I have never heard in any sermon before. If there is one sermon that is a "must listen", for its deep understanding of eschatology, then this would be that sermon. Highly recommended!
Great Sermon! I was wondering if the title was a misprint. It certainly wasn't. My family listened to this on Wednesday the 18th. Keep preaching that wonderful gospel brother. We need to hear about the blood. The Lord bless you Paul.
Beautiful devotional This is a beautiful devotional explaining the imagery of this psalm. It made my heart rejoice to be reminded that God has brought me out of the Egypt of my former bondage to sin and is bringing me to the promised land.