Great Sermon! Great message, may God send forth His truth and by His grace, save sinners, including the 'religious'.
from Deerfield Beach, Florida
Strong Sermon! Brother Henry gives a strong, clear picture of the 2 different lives that man lives. The false self-serving religious man and the humble repentant sinner. We need to face the truth of God if we want to be saved into the family of God through Christ Jesus. We cannot hide in our vain ceremony of empty religious acts. Confess to the Lord your unbelief and weakness and He will give you strength to follow Him.
Richard Warmack (11/3/2011)
from Ruston, Louisiana
Great Sermon! Listening to Pastor Mahan declare the Gospel draws one's heart to the importance and value of both the Person and the accomplished work of Christ. Thank you for your honesty and simplicity in preaching "Christ and Him crucified."
Must Hear! Oh, the beauty of the Gospel when presented in its simplicity and in the power of the Holy Spirt by a man of God whose only desire is to proclaim the truth. Thank you Pastor Mahan!
Everyone in ministry/preaching/teaching should hear this, as well as those who have been in church all their lives and are holding to religion and traditions for assurance of salvation.
from Western Australia
Wow!!! Wow!!! A must listen to, and a must share with others!
Bless the Lord for all He is doing in these last days!!! Bless the Lord for all He is going to do in times ahead, and bless His servants who hear His still small voice and obey Jesus the Lamb of God.
Most Excellent!! Thank God for the Grace taught in this
message. Must hear sermon.
from New Zealand
Hear The Word of The Lord In The Spirit!
from New Jersey
Wonderful Message! Hear this wonderful message! This is the kind of preaching that we need to hear in these sad days of liberalism, humanism, and apostasy!
Henry T. Mahan was born in Birmingham, Alabama August 1926. He began pastoring at the young age of 21 and has wide experience in the pastoral ministry, having been pastor of Thirteenth Street Baptist Church, Ashland, Kentucky, for over 50 years. He also travels widely as a conference...