Great Sermon! "Love Divine has seen and counted
Every tear it caused to fall;
But the storm that Love appointed
Was its choicest gift of all,"
Thank you for your wonderful sermon. How great is our God.
Great Sermon! Great sermon but hard to hear.
Chris Fryar (10/10/2016)
from Charleston, SC
Great Sermon! I don't know how or why I picked this sermon to listen to today, but after listening to it, I realized the Holy Spirit picked this for me. I am going through a spiritual awakening in my life similar to Jonah in many ways. While I have had my share of tribulations, I realize that God doesn't promise us smooth sailing, but He does promise us a safe landing. This sermon spoke to my heart and soul and blessed me in many ways today. Pastor Bonadies is an excellent pastor. I kept getting Holy"spiritbumps" throughout the entire sermon. If I ever go to Connecticut, I promised the Lord I will to stop by his church. God bless!
Great Sermon! Excellent very helpful
Chuck Bonadies (10/4/2016)
from Ridgefield, Connecticut
Thanks for listening, Eddy. "no one seeks for God" Rom. 3:11. God is the true seeker (Luke 19:10).
Eddy T.Perry (10/3/2016)
from TN, MEMPHIS
Great Sermon! CAIN COULD NOT PURSUE GOD! HE IS A DEVIL, JUST AS JUDAS ISCARIOT. AGREE?
Chuck Miller (9/24/2016)
from Taylors, S.C.
You can run but you can't hide. The book of Jonah is a sign of, or the proof of, the pursuit God goes through to shower us with His grace. He hounded Jonah so He could bless him abundantly.
Prior to Chuck Bonadies accepting the call as pastor of Ridgefield Baptist Church (Danbury, CT), he was senior pastor of Suber Road Baptist Church (Greer, SC) from 2001-2014. Chuck holds a bachelor‚Äôs degree in public policy and government. He earned his master of divinity degree...