Great Sermon! A powerful gospel sermon, leading from the voice of God being a creating voice (at Creation), a convicting voice (as when Adam sinned), a converting voice (as when God spoke to Saul on the road to Damascus, a still small voice (when God spoke to Elijah after he fled from Jezebel) and finally a commanding voice for "all in the grave shall hear his voice" (John 5:28). God indeed has the final say!
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor,
I had given way to much impatience, anger and fretting about being unemployed. Thank you for speaking the word of the Lord so powerfully. I am adding this sermon to my favorites collection. Karen
I have had the opportunity to listen to most of the Bible Studies over the past two weeks and found them helpful, inspiring and challenging as well as Christ homouring and God glorifying. So I feel I should write to tell you and to thank you for them. May God continue to bless the work at Magherafelt and our brother's work in Orlando. Yours in Christ. Jim McClatchey (brother-in law of Betty Hopper.)
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, Thank you for your wonderful message and your heart cry for revival. I am a missionary in Nigeria. The no one enemy against revival here is the evil spirit of religion/ false prophetic, Jezebel. The word translated 'regard' in Ps 66:18 in Hebrew is the same word for: see, visions, prophet. It is a good word but when flesh comes in and prophesies 'revival' of money and fame, many become confused and are wounded in the church. We do warfare against it and we see results.
Like you, I too believe that revival is God's will and it will come if we pay the price. Be encouraged! God bless you, your family and church.
In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor William, The Bible says that we should covet spiritual gifts (1Cor 14:1). This moment I covet the gift of passion and anoiting on your words. Thank You Lord Jesus.
God bless you, your family and church
In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
Great Sermon! Excellent sermon! Thank you pastor for your heart and for your word. I never heard a simpler explanation of the word 'redeem'. I will never forget what you said about the slave in the public market place. I will preach this message to others until there is no one desiring to go to hell. So help me God. In Christ alone, Lia Leigh.
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor, Thank you for your sermon. I am a missionary in Nigeria (thank God for the internet). I heard your voice but more than that, I heard God's heartbeat and voice. I thank you for paying the price for the anointing on your voice. It is not common and it is not cheap. I am happy for your congregation. May the blessings of Christ be upon you and your family. Lia Leigh.
Powerful sermon Dr. Sexton is a powerful preacher. The best quote I gleaned from this sermon is, "There is no painless way to follow Jesus Christ." Dying to self is painful and not something we naturally seek. This is why God given thorns are a blessing--they humble us and help us die to self. Good sermon.
Great Sermon! What a powerful preacher! I have been listening to Rev. William McCrea's sermons and have been blessed immensely. I can see the Lord is blessing him in his work for Him.
Could you kindly ask him not to be straying away from the microphone as we lose quite a lot of his words in his sermons.
Such a shame but I can understand when he 'is on fire' for the Lord, this is not a priority for him. Thank you and kind regards in Christ from