Great Sermon! Stingy, reluctant, and for show, or generous, cheerful and motivated by love for the Lord Jesus? What does your giving say about your heart? What does it say about the value you place on the glorious Saviour of your soul?
Great Sermon! We live in a time when there are many false teachers, and we must be careful to identify and avoid them. Equally important, we must be careful live out sound doctrine, lest we become puffed up with pride.
Great Sermon! Yes, there are hundreds of languages which remain without a Bible translation, and instead of investing our time, money and abilities into this important work we squander our resources on producing inferior English translations to supplant the clearly excellent King James Version. How will we ever answer to God for this poor stewardship of His precious Word?
Great Sermon! Weâ€™re not sure why so many distance themselves from this book of Lutherâ€™s. Not only is it factual as to the character of the Jews and their distortions of Scripture, but it is full of arguments which would be of use, even today, against similar distortions of both Jews and atheists. Everyone really ought to listen to this recording, and, if possible, read the book for themselves.
Great Sermon! Human reason, unaided by the Holy Spirit and the light of Scripture, will inevitably lead us to wrong views of God and man. A sincere desire to know the truth will lead to humble, prayerful, study of the Bible. Lord, give us such humble hearts!
Great Sermon! Oh! The idolatry, unbelief, and folly of the fear of man! How much rather ought we to fear God! "The fear of man bringeth a snare: but whoso putteth his trust in the LORD shall be safe." (Proverbs 29:25)ï»¿
Great Sermon! If we only understood the depth of depravity and wickedness within the hearts of even the "nicest" people, we would more fully appreciate the mighty power of the Holy Spirit in the conversion of a sinner to Christ. What a glorious work of grace is the believing heart!
Great Sermon! Your quilt is great, and you've lived with a sense of it for a long time. You've tried everything to free yourself from it; atheism, psychology, and good works, yet your guilt and shame are ever with you. There is only one who can deliver you from this horrible burden, and you must cast yourself upon Him without delay, for your case is desperate. Run to Jesus now, believing in His goodness, mercy, and power to save to the uttermost. He alone can set you free from your burden, and He will do it, for He has said "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." (Matthew 11:28)