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Sermon5/18/18 7:18 AM
Rev Dr R E Knodel, Jr | SW Ohio  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rev Dr R E Knodel, Jr
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Glorious Public Worship
Zach Dotson
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“ Full of Light ”
What a glorious theme, this worship of God! As I listened to this message — which must be one of the best ever heard on the fact of worship — all I could think of was the light that was shining during this hour! Coldenham-Newburgh locates itself just north of one of our planet’s great cities! Despite all its activity, and hustle and bustle — the question could be asked: “But is this a lighted city? Does glorious light shine there?” And I would respond: I does shine in this wee church, just north of the city’s locus. Our glorious Christ is here lifted up, according to his Word, on the lips of hearty believers — who are united in spirit and word. God bless you Mr. Dodson, for giving yourself over to Psalm 63 as I heard in this sermon. Surely this must have been one of the most wonderful proclamations in the midst of these millions of peoples. May God’s Name be praised! Amen!

Sermon5/13/18 8:58 PM
David and Karen Biser | Cumberland, MD  Protected NameFind all comments by David and Karen Biser
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True And False Within The Church
Rev David Silversides
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“ Great Sermon! ”
What a fearful thing it is to sit under the ministry of the Word, perhaps even for years, and never come to a saving faith in Christ! How we need to examine ourselves and be sure that we have a true faith in the Lord Jesus!

Sermon5/13/18 12:33 PM
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The Messiah and His Works
Kevin Clauson
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“ Thank you SO much! ”
What a rich, restful, reassuring exhortation by Dr. Clauson! :D I appreciated the gentle manner of oration as well. :D Thank you so much for ministering to me and others today! :)

Sermon5/13/18 11:39 AM
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John's Testimony of Christ
Rev. Stephen Welch
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“ Supportive! ”
So nurturing. I appreciated, to name only one example, the emphasis on the inherent (as contrasts with instrumental) loveliness of Christ. The calm, comforting, confident style of preaching and presenting profound truths is also very settling and supportive to someone who lives in chronic suffering, yet with contentment in the Saviour as my portion. Thank you for feeding His sheep!

Sermon5/12/18 4:23 PM
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Church discipline - what, when and why?
Rev David Silversides
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“ Great Sermon! ”
An excellent overview of a neglected but very necessary church duty!

Sermon5/6/18 8:59 PM
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Sermon:
Be Ready For Another World
Rev David Silversides
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“ Excellent Sermon! ”
It is an indisputable fact that we must all leave this world and enter into eternity. Our departure from this world will be a moment of supreme importance, yet, if we fail to prepare for it, it will be the most disastrous moment of our lives, as we enter into an eternity of everlasting torment and regret. Do not fail to prepare for this great event! Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ for the salvation of your soul, and live for Him, and you will be prepared for an eternity of everlasting joy in His presence!

Sermon5/6/18 7:22 AM
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How Can Death Be A Gain?
Andrew Quigley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This sermon answered two very deep concerns in our society We are seeing this change and acceptance of the people who choose to end their life. It has seemed such a strange and confusing thing to me. The reasons given seem valid but in my heart I knew this was not the Will of GOD and I feared this becoming so accepted even by Christians. The other aspect of Celebration of Life ceremonies concerned me too. I was bewildered because into the church this phrase is becoming the norm. As I approach 71 this year death becomes more of a reality . I did not want the term celebration of life to be used in any way attached to my funeral but was not certain of the Biblical reasons for my justifying that choice. I do not want anyone thinking that I treat these days GOD has been so graciuos to give me ..as if to leave them is a celebration. And this meant it wiped out the way I chose to live my life . Again in this sermon I found that there is a Biblical reason for allowing grief and for saying that I do not wish that term Celebration of Life to be used. This is very significant to me and I am so greatly relieved over these two issiues. Thank you so much for your clear presentation.

Sermon5/2/18 5:38 PM
David Hunter | Colorado  Find all comments by David Hunter
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Sermon4/29/18 8:42 PM
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Sermon:
Temporal And Eternal
Rev David Silversides
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“ Great Sermon! ”
If we live for the things of this world, we will come to a time when all we have lived for is slipping away from us, and is then gone. But if we live for God and for Heaven, then we have a portion which we can never lose, and to which we are always drawing ever nearer. Be wise, and live for that which is everlasting! "For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out." I Timothy 6:7

Sermon4/29/18 1:46 PM
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All In
Pete Smith
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“ Apologies ”
The Sermon was not captured by the correct microphone and as such quality is poor.

Sermon4/29/18 1:30 PM
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Sermon:
The biblical view of church government
Rev David Silversides
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Many assume that the form of church government is a matter of indifference, and that it can be ordered according to mere human wisdom and convenience. However, Christ bought His church with His dying love, and, as her King and Head, has appointed a form of government for her in Scripture, so that to ignore Christ's appointed form of church government is to despise both His authority and His love. In this sermon, Pastor Silversides demonstrates the biblical foundations of presbyterian church government, which is alone the form of church government appointed by Jesus Christ, and hence of Divine right.

Sermon4/22/18 8:51 PM
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Sermon:
Safety In The Father's Love
Rev David Silversides
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“ Great Sermon! ”
"Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom." Luke 12:32 The Christian believer possesses safety and security in the love of God the Father, both for time, and for eternity. What an immense blessing and privilege this is, and how we should rest securely in it, trusting our Heavenly Father for all things, and praising and glorifying Him for His amazing goodness and love towards us!

Sermon4/21/18 4:20 PM
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Sermon:
The Doctrine of Prayer
Rev David Silversides
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Since God has foreordained all things, why does He command us to pray? This sermon answers this question about prayer, and many more. Very helpful!


                   
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