What a Blessing The sermon is a true gem. Bunyan clarifies what our desires should be and explains the special relationship we have with the Father.
Hank, Deerfield Beach (3/16/2016)
Needed today Sermon! This is a strong message showing the power of God's Grace in man's salvation. These brief words should be heard in today's churches instead of the weak sermons discussing social issues.
Stephen Boskett (3/2/2009)
from City of Belfast
Great Sermon! Many marvelous things came out from the man whom God used in days gone by,Hebrews ch1 v4 would also apply to John Bunyon.We all fit in with the verse for we are spiritial beings born of God this is through our Lord Jesus Christ.May God bless you all,Thankyou.
Mary Moser (2/8/2009)
Great Sermon! Good!
Jon Cardwell (12/29/2008)
from Anniston, Alabama
Thank You! Thank you, Sandro. Your comment has been tremendously encouraging.
Great Sermon! Thanks for this sermon. Your voice and your reading are very well understandable, even for someone like me who is not a native english speaking person. God may bless you and help you in this ministry.
Mark Fitzpatrick (2/26/2008)
from Dublin, Ireland
Great Sermon! Jon, Well done! Very well read. listened while on a walk today. God bless you brother and grant you his peace at this time. Your friend and brother in Christ, Mark F.
John Bunyan was born in 1628 at Elstow near Bedford, England. Then after years of spiritual struggle, he found salvation in
Christ and began to preach to groups of dissenters.
Arrested and condemned to Bedford jail for illegal
preaching, a punishment from which he might