This Is a chilling gripping message! Dr. Goligher is a spiritual sage by Godâ€™s grace, who nails the truth about our undwelling sin and powerlessness apart from Godâ€™s grace alone! Heart-stirring and gospel thrilling words!
Christianity - the Converting Religion I was blessed by this sermon.
It brought my attention to the recent event during which the Moslems changed their mantra to their god.
Have Christians no song to sing in this weary land? Have we forgot to shout unto the Lord?
The Final Speaker We need no other argument. We need no other plea. It is enough that Jesus died, was buried and rose again to be seated on high. He has caused us to hear 'This is my beloved Son" and God speaks only through him. Listen to him.
Look unto Him.
Thank you so much pastor Liam Goligher for diligently searching the scripture and bringing us truth that needs to be upheld by all who call upon the name of the Lord; in the pulpit and in the streets.
Great Sermon! The greatest theologians of the twentieth century according to Billy Graham:
Karl Barth, Emil Brunner, Paul Tillich, and Carl Henry. Only Carl Henry was a bible believer. Come to your own conclusions about the 'faithfulness' of Billy Graham.
Is Saul Among the Prophets? Most people predestined for salvation become saved ON THEIR WAY to the house of God, and before the ALTER call is given. This is why they go forward.
The leper was cleansed before he was told to go to the priest and tell what the Lord had done for him.
There were some men who went to the BG's crusades because they were IN THE WAY of being saved.
What wondrous love is this! Yes, it is at Gethsemane and at Calvary that we see the clearest picture of Christ's love: His self-sacrificing love for us and His perfect love for His Father, submitting to His will in spite of the horrendous cost.
Wonderful comfort Very comforting reminder that God is working even when it seems like He is tarrying too long and we begin to lose hope. Lord, give us the patience and the faith to wait for your perfect timing re. the salvation of our loved ones and re. the return of the Lord Jesus when He will make all things right.
Interesting and convicting Interesting take on this verse from 1 Cor 13 and the story in Luke 7. Which person are we like? Simon who showed no love for Jesus or the sinful woman who showed such extravagant love?
Glorious Christ. I found useful things for my thinking in this message. Especially I liked the idea that in Jesus Christ it is fulfilled this vision. But, if I understood well, the preacher lives no literal fulfillment of this text in the new earth. We are left only with symbols and metaphors, but with no material water flowing from the throne, no trees, no fruits, no streets of goldâ€¦
Great sermon on obedience and its effects This sermon is a careful, considered and well developed exhortation to obedience. Seldom have have I heard a sermon on the potential for martyrdom that was not sensationalized. Here we see obedience I considered, ending with a view of Christ. Beautiful.