Great Sermon! Powerful. I recently said yo someone that I love John MacArthur's fearlessness and uncompromising stance regarding God's Word. I can also say this about you.
Powerful Sermon! Most superb!! Thank you.
Larry Pan 陈鸽 (11/19/2006)
from Rosemead, California
Great Sermon! Thank God for this biblical and and powerful word. Yes, the Gospel is indeed the power of God unto salvation to everyone who believes.
Naomi Lovett (7/29/2004)
Wisdom Another timely and straight forward message delivered by Pastor Dykstra.
This message is a blessing of Wisdom. Aside from the obvious teachings indicated by the Sermon title, Pastor Dykstra goes further and imparts extra jewels of Wisdom for those with ears to hear. The message delivered puts me in mind of the Wisdom that Yeshua exhibited when he simply knelt down and wrote in the sand (John 8:1-9) as opposed to giving the hasty answer that the scribes and pharasees sought to elicit from him. Despite the perplexing times in which we live, we must still speak the Word of God. And because the times in which we live are so very perplexing we must use Wisdom in all that we do and say. Pastor Dykstra is a mighty man of God.
P. Grimes (1/3/2004)
Great Sermon! I am glad I discovered David Dykstra. I give this sermon 5 stars. This is the second sermon from Rev Dykstra I have listened to. Last night I listened to "The Religion of Man and The Gospel of God." Like this sermon it was well thought out and masterfully delivered. I might just listen to all four pages of this man's sermons.
Marsha Fitzgerald (12/28/2003)
from Cleveland, Ohio
Great Sermon! Your sermon was one of the clearest and most biblical explanations of a subject that psychologists, sociologists and Court TV have failed to address, namely, how seemingly ordinary people can do such horrendous things. One unfortunate reason we can expect more "Dahmers," "Kleibolds" and other atrocities is the false belief that man is essentially good. Your sermon also clarified what has become a growing debate among Christians of whether unegenerate man is truly capable of knowing that God exists and has established right from wrong.
I was greatly blessed by your message.
Big bro (4/23/2002)
from sunny florida
Great Sermon! Dave
I wish our Supreme Court Justices had listened to your sermon on "a depraved mind",before they voted,on allowing virtual child pornography.
I quote part of a letter to the editor of our local morning paper "Whatever happened to protection of morals as part of the general welfare? This is one more example of majority views being subjugated to some imagined "right" of a minority, and this time; an evil one at that.
Worse, who knows what other vile pursuits from this twisted decision?"
David Dykstra is the pastor of Grace Covenant Baptist Church of Willis, Texas. Before accepting the call to serve in Texas, he served as pastor in New Jersey for over 30 years. He is the author of Yearning to Breathe Free? Thoughts on Immigration, Islam, & Freedom and co-author...