Great Sermon! Brother Jim, I'm a young 63 but can relate somewhat to the the things you have been talking about during this message. My Dad served in North Africa during WW2 with the South African forces in the Eighth Army. In the battle of Sidi Reze he was one of 50 to survive the day of the 300 men in 5th Field Engineer's company. In the battle for El Alamein he was wounded having the right side of his face burned away loosing his right eye. My dad l love but at times he like your Dad did wild things in civilian life after the war, like stealing and shooting and fighting. Like you I grew up on a small 10 acre plot deep in bush living of our vegetables and oranges. At the age of five we had to drag a long hose pipe from Orange Tree to orange tree. We were allowed to use the rifles. Our water came from a windmill over a hand dug well heated in a 44 gallon drum over a wood fire. My mother did her very best for us boys. I would not have missed my days in Northern Rhodesia 55 to 1965 for all the money in the world. Now we have more than we could ever want or need.
The Love of God Good morning Brother. When the older brother of the so called "Prodical Son" complained to their Father and was told, all that his Father owned was going to be inherited by the older son. Does that mean the Son who squandered his inheritance was left with nothing?
Great Sermon! Dear Brothers and Sisters, I want to thank you all for supporting the teaching and lessons that you share on the Internet. Thank you Brother Jim for this message on why my Lord died for me. The messages you share all touch my heat and soul. God bless and keep you all. Greetings from Wales UK