Great Sermon! When faced with the insanely wicked world of our day, one may be tempted to run for the hills and live out one's life in peaceful isolation! But our Lord calls us to shine as lights in the world for Him, and earnestly endeavor the salvation of those who are still a part of this lost and dying world. Although it may seem overwhelmingly difficult to be "in the world but not of the world," Jesus promises us grace for the task, and he is able to not only preserve us from evil, but also to make our candle of Gospel light burn ever so brightly, that men may glorify our Father in Heaven!
Outstanding Sermon! So thankful for the Gospel, which is powerful to save, powerful to survive in a hostile world, and powerful to spread throughout the whole world in spite of the oppositions of evil men and devils!
Great Sermon! Very convicting concerning the necessity to do more to bring the lost to Jesus, and especially my own family members! How easy it is to become discouraged, and then complacent about their lost condition, and take it as just a normal fact of life; but that should never be! There can be no room for discouragement in this matter, but one must always pray and work for their salvation!
Excellent Sermon! This sermon really helped me understand how Revelation 11 relates to the fifteenth century church, and also challenged me to let my Christian witness burn brighter in this dark and blinded world!
Great Sermon! It has been twenty years since we last celebrated Christmas, and we have never regretted our decision to obey the Lord and forsake this wicked and deceitful "holy day." God is faithful to keep those who are His own, and we thank Him for preserving us all these many years from the corrupt Christ Mass celebration of the Antichrist!
Great Sermon! The resemblance the Romish Babylon bears to Babylon of Old is truly striking, and very instructive as to the nature of this false religious system which is so well accommodated to the sinful inclinations of rebellious sinners, yet completely without any ability to save those who are so drawn to it. What a marvelous blessing it is to know the true Jesus and His salvation!
Great Sermon! "Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty." II Corinthians 6:17-18
What a wonderful promise is given to those who separate from the ungodly practices of this wicked world! There are many difficulties involved in forsaking Christmas observance, yet the blessings received far surpass all the difficulties!
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!
Great Sermon! "Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, and against the man that is my fellow, saith the LORD of hosts: smite the shepherd, and the sheep shall be scattered: and I will turn mine hand upon the little ones." Zechariah 13:7 What is this sword, and who is the shepherd? The answers may surprise you, as they reveal God's gracious judgement of His own Son in the place of sinners!
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