Great Sermon! Thank you so much for this message. It was exactly addressing the cries of my heart to the Lord when I woke up this morning in such despair. God is good. I'm in my 60s, facing many foreboding circumstances right now that I cannot in myself deal with or endure. "The God Who was faithful to me in the past will be the God Who will be faithful now." And I have a history of 40 plus years with Him of His faithfulness. God bless you for reminding me to trust in what I very well know to be true in my faithful Savior.
Great Sermon! I was home sick from church today, and seeking God about this recurring sickness. I began studying the word "mercy" and came to Lamentations. I clicked on the SermonAudio for ch. 3:22 and listened to part 1 and 2 of this message and though I knew all these things, it was strengthened and reinforced in my heart through your message. I feel full and blessed. Thank you. When my son committed suicide in 2007 this is exactly the message the Lord had prepared in my heart to sustain me through it. God is perfect in goodness, mercy, righteousness, love, justice... in all ways, and never ever acts outside of Who He is. What comfort to the heart to know His mercy and goodness is there acting always in the midst of tragedy. Though I cannot understand always the hows and whys, I know His mercy and goodness and His faithfulness will never fail. God bless!
Great Sermon! I am thoroughly enjoying listening to the Luke series from First Presbyterian Church. It has been such a blessing. Mr. Duncan is a gifted preacher and I have benefitted greatly from his sermons. Thanks so much for sharing these with us on Sermonaudio.
Celebrating Halloween is evil. Period. I'm so amazed that parents don't see this and encourage their children to participate! That's like telling your children it's ok to play near a den of snakes. There can be NO innocent flirtation with the evil one. That's what celebrating Halloween is like.