Great Sermon! Wow! There are many very important quotes in this sermon that should repeated in every pulpit in America! My daughter and her husband recently moved to the Savannah area. She began to look for a church where she could renew and continue her walk with our Lord. I believe The Lord answered our prayers and led her to Centerpoint Community Church! She has been relaying brother Toole's teachings to me each week, and I am elated and VERY thankful to God and Centerpoint Church! Today, she told me that I could find his teachings on SermonAudio, of which for years, I've been a regular "downloader". I TOTALLY agree with 100% of this sermon which is rare in today's climate of apostasy, idolatry, and false teaching. I am a Black pastor who has (by the grace of God) been delivered from blind loyalty to race, party, worldly special interest, etc. I wish I could say the same for all my peers, but not all believers are brainwashed by racial idolatry. Almost in tears I type this post because our Heavenly Father has given my daughter an ear for truth regardless of skin color! Brother Toole, PLEASE keep preaching the uncompromised truth of God's word! I believe more people would listen if our leaders would REPENT and go back to the CROSS! â€śIS JESUS OUR KING, OR DO WE HAVE ANOTHER?â€ť!!!
Great Sermon! You did a wonderful job addressing an extremely touchy subject. I am proud to study under a pastor who will get up there and tackle tough issues with grace and love, always pointing us back to The Truth of God's word. Well Done!!
Wonderfully Touching Sermon Once again Pastor Moses does a wonderful job of reminding us of our obligation to bring Grace to others, in this case our parents. As God has forgiven me, I have to forgive others, and I will give Grace to my parents and step parents. On a side note, if God can give his grace to me, why should I not give Grace to others? There is no good reason I should not. I love these sermons.
Great Sermon! Brother Moses,
Once again, I find myself listening to your wonderful sermons. "Bringing Grace into Our Home" has once again reached into my life and helped strengthen my desire to be Graceful even under the most difficult situations. Whether it be when a person treats me rudely or if I am in a bad or disapproving mood, Grace is the gift we have received that should most be re-gifted. My favorite Bible passage Philippians 4, 5 - 7, is my walking stick. Thank you again Moses for continuing God's work and helping to make our path smooth.
Wonderful Sermon One sometimes forgets that once words leave our mouths, they cannot be taken back. Like a pebble in a pond, and the effect of those words can be felt far from the origin. ie many generation later. This sermon was a blessing.
Great Sermon! There is a story of the tribes in the Amazon that say that words can kill. I paraphrase because I only remember the jest of the story. To prove so, the men of a village stood around a tree and yelled harsh words. Eventually the tree died and fell. The word was well delivered and well received. Thank you Brother Moses.