Glorious Sermon! There is something very "consoling" about all of pastor McCurley's sermons. It is truth!
He has studied to rightly divide truth as found in the Word. One can discern that this is not an opinion of man.
Hebrews 4:12; John 7:17; 17:17.
Such an edifying message! We watched this video sermon today during worship in San Diego because our pastor is on sabbatical. We were so blessed by it! Thank you for the work you do for the kingdom brother. May our Lord continue to bless the work of your hands.
Sight and Sound Another great sermon by this young man God has raised up at this time when the church is asleep and our children are not being saved because righteous discernment is lacking among Christians.
Excellent Teaching My heart is filled with excitement each time I listen to this pastor/teacher's sermons, and those found in The John Knox Institute.
These sermons are absolutely precise in bring out the truths of God's holy Word.
Thank you young man. Thank God for you Robert McCurley. Your teaching increases thirst for things holy, the righteous of Christ and his kingdom.
Glory to the God of heaven and honor to his Son Jesus Christ. Glory to the Holy Spirit who is faithful to exalt our Lord in our hearts.
Necessary Teaching Prayer leads to doxology and doctrine such as presented here leads us to prayer and a desire to glorify this wonderful, mighty, merciful, and powerful God who has lavished us with the gift of his son. Because of this we give him utmost praise.
Thank you Robert McCurley.
Call to holiness This sermon shows how merciful God is to run after us when brake the covenant. He put an hedge so we run into it and we come to our senses by the grace of God. In pastor McCurleyâ€™s closing minutes he focused on that true happiness is holiness. Happiness is not found in the world, flesh or our lusts, but in being holy as God is holy. Holiness is happiness!
A convicting sermon A wonderful sermon on the fact that everyone is a slave to someone, and of the encroachment of the world, The fact that the church is not far behind the world; a scary reality. Thank you pastor McCurley for an great sermon!