Great Sermon! Did I hear you say that Jesus didnâ€™t mean 3 days and 3 literal nights? Do you worship a different Jesus than I. My God is not a man that He lies. I f Jesus said it I will bet my soul He meant it. If this means â€śholy mother church of Babylonâ€ť is wrong on theyâ€™re â€śholy Friday or â€ś Pagan Easterâ€ť so it is. Even if the entire world says He lies.
Great sermon with good application! a wonderful reminder that we will be persecuted as we pilgrim here on earth, but our joy is in the Gospel, and even if we have to suffer, we can rejoice and suffer with grace.
Great Sermon! this is a helpful sermon. Rev. Persaud really helped to answer some of my questions about prayers, my main question was why should Christians pray in general if God is in control of all anyway. But now my perspective has changed!
Great Sermon! This is the reminder of the days of Jesus, it is likewise the reminder for us today. We have guys out there who are telling us the half-truths, they are more dangerous than those who don't tell the truth at all. Thanks for the great reminder and faithful teaching, Pastor Persaud!
'Thy kingdom come', the rue meaning We have a lot of different perspectives out there on the topic, i think Pastor Persaud had done a tremendous job to explain the true meaning of the phrase. Worth the time to listen!
Great Sermon! Thank you for such a great reminder! "Take what comes from Godâ€™s hand." It is true that there are times when God's will seem to contradict ours, but it is for our good and for His glory! Thanks, Rev. Persaud!
Very helpful sermon! This is a very helpful sermon. I have never thought of the 4th petition this way. "Ask your God for bread, not for manna." this is so true! While we are living by His gracious provision, that still does not take away our responsibility to work hard. And when we receive, we can also share with others. What a great blessing! Thanks for the reminder, Rev. Persaud!
Thanks for the Sermon Thanks for the sermon, Rev. Persaud. I especially appreciated how you provided a fuller picture of the sick woman's condition (i.e. the social and religious aspects, not just the physical suffering and financial loss), and how this woman's condition serves as a reflection of mankind's spiritual condition before God. Good points.
Great Sermon! This sermon is so encouraging. Like Joshua, he committed his life and his family to serve God by knowing God's sovereignty and unchangeable love. It reminds me that my real identity is in Christ. To serve the Lord should be my response to God's love.