Convicting yet gracious sermon Thank you for this sermon. What a timely, convicting message. How humbling that God sends people or His Word to us to convict us of our sin, that we might repent. He is so merciful to us.
Keep up the good work Scott and I have really appreciated your series in 1 Timothy. Lots of good points were made in this sermon.
I especially liked your advice to work at things incrementally rather than having an all or nothing attitude.
Thank God! I am so encouraged and thankful for the Lord's willingness to heal my backsliding. This message will bless anyone who is cast down and lacking hope of ever becoming conformed to His image.
Great Sermon! When we learned that Merry Christmas meant "merry death to Christ" (origin from Rome/pagan blend) that was it for us. All the rest you guys covered was exceptional..so maybe others need 'more'. Funny thing: Shortly after listening to this, our mail brought us two cards & both senders know our views. Made my heart sad.
Days/months of the year named after pagan entities but the big difference is synchronizing/blending the holy with the profane in worship/ignoring Scripture as you shared so thoroughly!!! Wish we personally knew others who "get" this but we do not. Oh, and I heard a prophecy teacher use the time of the priestly service of Zacharias to prove that Jesus was born in December but what you shared made the better sense.
Great Sermon! I hope all of your listeners are following these lessons. They are worthy of time invested. After hearing you comment on James Beller a few months ago, I found some of his msgs. on s/audio - appreciated those so much. Thanks for the reminder of the book America Crimson Red. We will order that soon !!!
Great Sermon! Re" "all things Church of Rome"...
I have benefitted so much from Mike Gendron (Proclaiming the Gospel - Mike was a devout Catholic for 37 yrs./34 yrs. born again (only wish he comprehended the Bible issue :-( And then there is former priest, Richard Bennett,(The Berean Beacon.) DEAR brothers...and of course C.P. is a former RC too.
Great Sermon! I resonated/deeply appreciate these words from A.W. Pink...and your added message for us all. A.W. P., J.C. Ryle, C. Spurgeon...they are treasures to the true faith and by God's grace alone - the faithful.
More please a really informative sermon with lots of guidance and hope. Thank you. It would have been great to hear some more about how families and spouses should handle ptsd and support their loved one, but also recognising that the legacy of PTSD impacts the entire family and can destroy the life of the children and others in the home as the anger, sadness and hopelessness spreads beyond the victim of PTSD.
Greek families have always been close,but due to the crisis we are all even closer.We help each other out.The church gets to pray more,and we get to encourage those that do not know the Lord.Our government is not communist,they believe in democracy.We however put our trust in the living God.He is in control.My fellow brothers and sisters,regardless of where you live,the power of God' s grace will see you through,so be encouraged.Trust only in our Lord and His plan and purpose for your country.God bless you all,and thank you for your precious prayers for beautiful Greece.
Hello friends,please pray for Greece.Pray for Gods's will to be done.Don' t believe everything you see and hear from the media.Greeks are not afraid of saying no ,we have said no in the past,and we are waiting to see the power of God sweep across our land.God loves the Greek people and Greece.Pray for us,as we are praying for you. n
I think it's very sad when Christians refuse to pray for a person,I felt very sad when I read that people will only pray for Benny Hinn's salvation and nothing more.Is that really what Jesus would do? We have to have love for one another,I just felt so grieved with comments that stated they will ONLY pray for Benny Hinn's salvation.We must love one another,and true love,Christ's love prompts us to pray for our brothers and sisters.God truly bless you all.
Thank You What a blessing. The pastor speaks so simply and yet powerfully, encouraging me to keep on keeping on! Keep seeking His face with my all, keep praying in faith not wavering. Thanks for sharing.