Very Good! How often I've heard people who were interviewed for doing something good (from a really tiny kid to an old, old person) say, "I'm so proud of me." And sometimes it's so easy to see how prideful other people can be and miss seeing me because I'm not standing near a mirror.
Very Good Message This series (Christ in World Gone Crazy) is very, very good. Bro. Brian asks us to focus on what's being said in the last book of the Bible about our LORD, to remember that He is always in control.
Very Good Information! I found this session and the other sessions in the series to be very informative. Thank you, Bro. Jesse for wanting us to be informed Christians, not frightened and/or angry Christians.
So Sad Isn't it sad that this is the state of many professing Christians in our land: they look morally good, they attend church on a regular basis and are involved in many church activities, they say good prayers, and yet...they are lost. And how proud they are that they are not like "those other folks." Wait a minute! Isn't being proud one of those abominable things to the LORD?
This Is Very, Very Good! Pastor Brian. I come away from your messages having learned something, and having a greater appreciation of the LORD our God as you have the focus on HIM, His character, His sovereignty, His abilities. Thank you.
Great Sermon! Very good. A family member was asking about this very thing: the wicked prospering and getting away with the bad things they do (the family member knows some folks) while the Lord's own struggle.
Great Teaching I don't remember hearing about the "half way covenant" so this is new information for me. Also, this whole "city on a hill" philosophy has certainly dominated the American mindset to this very day. Thanks again for this series.
This Is A Great Message! Thank you for uploading this. What a reminder for me to hear what happens to those who are not the Lord's own & to not forget having compassion instead of annoyance, to pray for the lost. Sometimes, by the way we treat the lost, from our high position (in the Lord), we act like we are there by our own actions & not by God's & was never one of the "...and such were some of you."