More Than A Great Sermon! This is the sermon of necessity
Neglect to understand the message proclaimed in scripture leads to lasciviousness then ultimately tyranny.
Don't usually listen to testimonies. But this gave glory to the Power of the scripture
Great Sermon! ~ The sermon was great. I always have had that feeling that Joseph was in the wrong land also. God however worked it all out. One thing that I want to add is that it is worth checking out what Jonathan Edwards said on Joseph & Typology.
Edwards will point out interesting things like Joseph is married to the daughter â€“ Asenath â€“ of Potiphera, priest of On. Jesus is right now â€śengagedâ€ť to a woman who is of the world (â€śOnâ€ť), and is being redeemed from the world. I suspect that Asenath might have been converted. Joseph was highly influential in Egypt.
A hard topic for me but necessary The topic is forgiveness. Joseph's story has always been a hard one for me. I get terrible nightmares whenever I read what happened to him. I know it has to do with my personal doubt. I always wonder if I have forgiven or not and I think that if I remember maybe I do not forgive. But the hurt is still so strong. Does this mean that I have not forgiven? I do not know but this sermon has helped me to understand it a lot better. It confirmed to me quite a few suspicions I had about what forgiveness really is.
Great Sermon! I enjoyed this sermon very much it made me see how much our beloved God sufferd for our sin's at the cross. It also made me realize how much jeues loves us, that we need to repent of our sin's and to hate our sin's.
Thank you Brother Voddie, I don't know if you personally read these comments or not, but I am going to leave one anyways.my wife and I attended this conference from Friday night until Sunday morning.I just want to say thank you, for speaking at this conference and for your testimony on Sunday. Our God has most certainly giving you a gift, and I can only pray that He will give you a thousand more years to use it. we will continue to pray for your son, and for you and your family. Thank you, thank you, thank you, and God bless you.
Great Sermon! When I was a young Christian, I used to look up at a photo of Jonathan Edwards and it would humble me and even put fear in my heart. I guess I just knew that he was in a different league as a Christian. I have the same respect seeing a picture of George McDearmon next to a sermon title called, Perseverance." I expect to be laid in the dust, but at least it is safer this way. John Bunyan wrote, he that is already down need fear no fall.