Great Sermon! After listening to this sermon, I felt much convicted about my inadequacies and failures of and in being able to communicate the Perfections and Beauties of our Blessed Lord in a manner that does not fall into the pit of idolatry.
Truly this is one of those Sermons where we see ourselves in the something of the light of the Majesty of who God is, and are left awestruck by His Being.
Thomas M Sullivan (5/28/2008)
from Jenison, MI
Great Sermon! I thought that this was a different series to teach at a men's conference, but who can argue with such an excellent presentation. I have read Reymond's Systematic Theology but had never heard him teach. I immediately liked his delivery. - Actually he sounds like Walter Cronkite. As for substance, how could one not be humbled to the dust when the Attributes of God were so clearly set forth? The main impression is how prone we are to making an idol of God in our own image by our carnal comprehension of Him. A W Pink correctly wrote, The god of the average pulpit no more resembles the Sovereign of Holy Writ than the dim flickering of a candle - the brightness of the midday sun.