Restoration for the Backslider Faith Free Presbyterian...
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Thank God! I am so encouraged and thankful for the Lord's willingness to heal my backsliding. This message will bless anyone who is cast down and lacking hope of ever becoming conformed to His image.
from Bogot√°, Colombia
Great Sermon! This preach it's abolutly touchfull, I think that the way to speak about God's mercy it's clear and that's something need for all those ho are fighting the real battle to return quicly to the ways of God, and have the richt food, the right hope and the right and unique Savior of all us LORD CHRIST
Steve F (1/7/2007)
from Portland, OR, USA
Great Sermon! What a terrific expounding on the mercy of God throgh Jesus Christ! I am a returned prodigal who never thought I'd ever be able to find the peace I'd forsaken in my youth. God loves a broken and contrite spirit and if He's merciful to give you that, please don't disregard it! God will receive you back gladly as long as you open the door to Him again.
from East Coast of America
Wonderful Truth! Oh how I enjoyed even just the preview clips! Thank you!
Great Sermon! I thank God for this message. If you are feeling like you have no hope, listen to this. It was a great help to me, both comforting and convicting. What a blessing!
Great Sermon! Thank you Rev. Cranston for reminding me that I can always dine with Jesus! I had turned away from my Savior and believed for a long time that I could never return to his loving arms. I was sitting at work when I heard this very encouraging sermon and it touched me dearly.
Great Sermon! Thank You Rev. Cranston for such an encouraging word, this sermon blessed me very much and encouraged me to draw closer to my Saviour!
A Listener (5/17/2001)
Encouraging! A powerful sermon which brings tremendous encouragement to those who are cast down. An hour well spent indeed!