Great Sermon! You preached what has been on my mind for a month at least. Key passage of scripture was â€śsalvation is of the Lordâ€ś if he is not exalted in the minds of the people thereâ€™s no other place to look for Salvation. He is not mentioned in many churches anymore. At least those Iâ€™ve attended. Also, no one seems to blush anymore
Clarifying Sermon! Thank you for making distinctions between organizations and a living organism.
I've learned that those who refuse grace to repent cause growth to cease in the church and in their own lives. Psalm 133 is clear about his faithfulness to bring life from unity.
Great Sermon! Yes. Yes. Unequivocally so. We are to preach the word in season and out of season. This is the season men must come to know that they cannot love an unseen God and love the seen creature. They must know that there is a judgment to come. They must understand that they are creating an unsafe place for their children and grandchildren. They must understand the physical and psychological implications of having emotions fluctuate; making an impact on the body and mind, how drugs, prescribed and illegal, are manufactured attempting to put the body and mind at ease. Many pastors are intimidated by their racist members to the extent they donâ€™t care if they perish or not. And then there are racist neighbor's that pastors avoid convincing that God made one race and the Gospel changes this. Gal 5.
Infectious Joy! You are a living testimony to the gift of joy and to the new song we received from Christ. We've inherited so much.
Your freedom in expressing what Christ has done for your soul is shared.
God bless you.
Great Sermon! This message is absolutely heart breaking and difficult to listen to the whole of it. I am mourning while listening, even thought the Lamb has prevailed. Even though I know the end, I feel as if I am seeing Satan himself delivering evil blows to the Stone the builders rejected, and the Cornerstone upon which the church is built, and the Church triumph. I am grieving in my spirit at what I see. That is, the slumbering church.
May God bless you and the hearers.