Great Sermon! This is just the sermon I needed to hear because I was hanging on to unforgiveness for my enemies. It is a great comfort to me that through the Holy Spirit, this terrible sin can be plucked out. Charles Koelsch does an excellent job reading Spurgeon's sermons! Thank you, Charles!
Great Sermon! How productively you digest nourishment influences your perspective and decides your life span, and whether you feel invigorated or tired. The key to sound assimilation lies in eating the correct sustenances and separating them appropriately.
Great Sermon! Kevin, do not stuggle alone. There is a ministry called pure desire that offers a safe way to find healing in Jesus name. They offer a support group in your area. It wasn't a coincidence that I read this comment. Puredesire.org and look for groups in your area. I have personally found freedom from this though pure desire.
Great Sermon! Please lift me up in prayer. My flesh is weak. I struggle with pornography. It's not a constant struggle but it is a struggle. I commit myself to my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. My examination of myself tells me that I need to abide to Christ Jesus more than I do. I love Him but apparently not as much as I should. Lord Jesus I publicly confess of my struggle and by faith in You I'm trusting that You will lift me out of this pit of sin that I have fallen in. Thank You Jesus, Amen !!!
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Messianic Banquet! Spurgeon cites Isaiah 25:6 â€śa feast of wines on the leesâ€ť which is the prophecy of the Messianic Banquet. It seems that Spurgeon sees this fulfilled in Christ as the one we are to feast on! Amen! Christ is the object of our feast in the Messianic Banquet.
Great Sermon! Amen to above comment. Wisdom is trusting the Lord in any and every circumstance. How foolish I have been at times in my past to take on excessive cares and worries. It has taken me nearly a lifetime to learn to not worry about things and trust God! I am encouraged in this more and more as the day draws near.