Great Sermon! Why would anyone live with the tormenting fear of a justly angry God when salvation is so freely offered in Christ? Why would anyone deprive himself of the joy of fearing God as a child does his loving father? Sinful hearts deprive the lost of so much blessing.
Brave Sermon! We need more preaching like this in our day. The church will be the first to feel the bite of the growing tyranny, and rightly so. "For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?" (I Peter 4:17)
Great Sermon! We are often downcast when confronted with difficulties and disappointments, and when we finally see how the Lord has done all things well we are made glad. How much happier we would be if in the face of troubles we would anticipate with joy that our Lord will do all things well, working everything out for His glory and our good.
Outstanding Sermon! We listened to this sixteen years ago, and it was well worth listening to again. We never lost sight of the Pope as Antichrist, but had gotten a little fuzzy around the edges in our defense of the truth. An excellent reminder in these troubled times when so many are are trying to figure out what is going on in the world and searching for the identity of Antichrist.
Great Sermon! The mass hysteria and delusion associated with COVID19 are, it would seem, a more serious judgment than an actual plague. This is a refreshingly honest sermon after hearing so many that support the government/media narrative. However, as this is an Easter sermon, it is worth noting that God judges nations and churches for false worship, as well as for other sins. Easter keeping is a clear violation of the scriptural regulative principle of worship, and is a sin to be repented of, too.
Excellent Sermon! In recent months the fear of death has visibly grasped many in our world. The only remedy for this fear is a rock solid conviction of the promise of eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Great Sermon! For so many the fear of death has become palpable and pressing in recent months. This is an excellent sermon to share with unsaved friends and family at this time. May the Lord bless it to the saving of many souls!
Great Sermon! "Every sin deserveth God's wrath and curse, both in this life, and that which is to come." Westminster Shorter Catechism #84
So thankful for the Redeemer, "Who gave himself for our sins, that he might deliver us from this present evil world, according to the will of God and our Father." Galatians 1:4
Great Sermon! Merely uttering the sinner's prayer can never save a lost soul. No, it is a change of heart unto faith and repentance which saves, and this can only be brought about by the abundant grace of God.