New creation. This message puts greater stress on the dissimilarity between the old earth and the new earth. Yes, the new earth will new in kind also, but Romans 8 shows the connection between the two, because "this creation" will be redeemed. The idea that the New Jerusalem is coming down in the Millennium and not on the new earth is very strange and contradicts Rev. 21.
Great truths. It was a joy for me to discover that this preacher believes that Ezekiel 47-48 must be interpreted literally, not metaphorically or symbolically, as many preachers do. It was good to hear that this preacher believes in a material land for Israel, believes in the river, the fertility of the land. As I differ from this view in the fact that I do not find a Millennial kingdom in the Bible, I believe that this text will be fulfilled literally in the new earth, when the Lord Jesus will reign eternally from Jerusalem.
Encouraging. This was an encouraging message. It reminded us what a total submission to God's will in the Scriptures expects the Lord from us. Even when others are playing with sin, we are called to walk in faithfulness with the Lord.
'Sound speech...' Titus 2.8! A truly excellent message, prophetically and faithfully applying the Bible to the days in which we live.
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I absolutely loved the microphone stand!
Truly a sober and solemn sermon Solemn and sombre, an almost depressing sermon, but nevertheless enunciating great scriptural truths.
An hour and six minutes most profitably spent.
Mr Shaw clearly expounds the truth of this most solemn of subjects. The various aspects of God's Judgments. Many erroneously think it wrong to judge, but God's word tells us to "Judge righteous judgment", this can ONLY be from His Holy Word, we cannot go wrong if we don't depart from this absolute position.
If perchance YOU are an unbeliever reading this comment, I earnestly implore you only to listen to the last six minutes of this sermon. If this doesn't make you flee to His feet at the throne of grace, I don't quite know what will. (I'd never heard that quote before).
May God bless you.