Great Sermon! This message is for now and my prayer is that everyone that is on SermonAudio would listen to this message.God used this precious man to open our eyes my husband and I to the teaching of sovereign grace and the true power of prayer.I thank God for this man and his preaching and for SermonAudio and all the great preachers on SermonAudio.I have been so blessed especially during this covid 19 time to listen and take heed to messages that lift up our Sovereign Lord in which I'm very grateful.Thank you.
Great Sermon! I have to wonder what would happen if the remnant of Christs people pledged to pray one hour a day for the Lord to send revival ? I truly believe that the only thing stopping us reaching the Islamists and the Hindus and the godless nations is a lack of prayer ? Very very encouraging sermon.
M. Adams (9/21/2009)
from Palm Beach
Great Sermon! Such a timely and encouraging word. I was deeply touched and found great strenth because of it. You have no idea how much it has helped me. God bless and continue to open His truths up to you to share with others.
Florin Motiu (3/10/2008)
from Oradea, Romania
Trusting in God. Excellent message about trusting and God and prayer. I must confess that I find not in my heart the same thirst for the glory of God as I saw in Hezekiah. And I need his trust in God and the dependence in prayer. I thank God for this light brought upon my life.
Rich Amador (11/6/2005)
from New Hampshire
Very convicting! May God help us to see our own disaster of prayerlessness and spiritual weakness. This is a sermon for all of God's people to hear.
David Ashworth (10/19/2005)
Very well done! The church needs to make a stand. We need to stand for our faith and for our God! We need to repent and pray, not only for the things we've done, but for the things we haven't done. This is a great sermon!
Dr. Alan Cairns served for 25 years as pastor of Faith Free Presbyterian Church, Greenville, SC, before retiring and being named Pastor Emeritus in 2007. Prior to coming to the United States, he pastored Free Presbyterian churches in Dunmurry and Ballymoney, in Co. Antrim,...