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Great Sermon! The Lord Jesus is the source of truth. It does not lie in the world, or in your heart, or in your feelings, or in religion, but in Him. Trust in the Lord Jesus and be not confounded! He is the way, the truth, and the life; believe on Him and be set free.
Great Sermon! "Hold fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard of me, in faith and love which is in Christ Jesus." (II Timothy 1:13)
Not only should churches have a creed, every church and every Christian does, in fact, have one. The creed may be good or bad, written down or merely held in the mind, but even the statement, "No creed but the Bible," is a statement of belief, and therefore a creed. Creeds provide a summary of what a church believes the Bible teaches and are therefore necessary to a church's testimony.They are also useful as an aid in instructing Christians in biblical truth. Yes! Churches should have creeds!
Great Sermon! So glad these chapters are being re-visited - chapters 5,6,7, and 8 are the freedom chapters for me - freedom from wrath, freedom from sin, freedom from law and freedom from death - they form the base of what Christ has done for his people
A Solemn Warning! Jesus Christ, the Savior of sinners, warned about Hell more than any other person in the Bible, yet many deny its reality. Do not be deceived: Hell is a place of conscious and everlasting punishment. All who do not turn from their sin and receive the salvation which was purchased by Christ on the cross will go there, and there shall be no escape. But, "whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved."
Great Sermon! What proof do you need to believe in Jesus Christ? Unbelief hides behind "intellectual" objections to the Gospel, but the truth is that it is a change of heart which is necessary. Only when God renews the heart does the sinner come to true faith and repentance! May God give us all a new heart to believe in His only begotten Son.
Great Sermon! Who will go to heaven, and when? What will it really be like? And how can we prepare to go there with joy? We have many questions about Heaven, and this sermon answers them from the Scriptures. Truly, "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him." I Corinthians 2:9
Great Sermon! How can you be truly blessed? Blessed by God, with forgiveness in this life and eternal life to follow? By heeding the words of Jesus Himself, "...blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it." (Luke 11:28) If we hear the Word of God and then do not keep it, then we have a false hope which will not provide blessedness, but rather a curse! Listen to the Word of God, seek after the Lord Jesus Christ and "...be doers of the word and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves." James 1:22
Great Sermon! Such a penetrating, searching sermon! I give thanks to God to know that such preaching as this still exists. This sermon caused me to hate my sin all over again, and in greater ways! Only the Spirit can work such ends; and upon that point I would also say that this qualifies as a “spiritual” sermon. This sermon will only cause me to pray more for my young friend, Zachary — that the Lord would preserve him for the future — that his sermonic days may be long and blessed!
Great Sermon! Are you under the rod of affliction for your sin? Do you feel imprisoned, as if you cannot escape, no matter which way you turn? Sin brings affliction from God, yet under his affliction Jeremiah could say, "The LORD is my portion, saith my soul; therefore will I hope in him." (Lamentations 3:24) A Christian may always hope in the Lord, even when walking in darkness for a season, for God is a God of great mercy and compassion. "It is of the LORD'S mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not." (Lamentations 3:22)
Outstanding Sermon! A very informative sermon about the devil: his origin, names, present position, his power and how God limits his power, his activity, and his certain damnation. This sermon also offers a much needed caution against ascribing to the devil more power than he really possesses on the one hand, and against trivializing his power on the other. Praise God that although the devil is a powerful enemy, he is also a defeated enemy through Jesus Christ our Lord!
Great Sermon! People may try many means of deliverance, but only find themselves in
greater bondage. True and lasting deliverance only comes through having Christ in you. One manifestation of having Christ in you is that you long for Him to be glorified and for the growth of His kingdom. Is Christ in you?