Great Sermon! Dear Scott,
It was a joy to hear you present God/Christ so joyfully well and help those present to worship our God and to enter into the Lord's Supper celebration! I am SO happy that you are enjoying your last year of seminary and getting used to handling God's word amongst His people.
I want you to know that hearing this sermon and Nick's and Mark Guerner's prayer this morning has convinced me that God is surely speaking to me to instead of joining the Oswego Festival Chorus i must use "my" time to plan and DO a new Bible Story Hour at the church for both our children and others whom i've come to know from the library story hour.....and perhaps for children/families of the LEAH group that Rach/Ron have joined. Being 65 years old now i KNOW, as you've pointed out that i do not have that long to serve Him left! I want to apply my heart to wisdom and use that time wisely investing in His kingdom!
To God be the Glory!
Great Sermon! A wonderful sermon on the obedience of Christ and the doctrine of imputation.Pastor C.J. Williams clearly sets forth the insufficiency of animal sacrifices to appease God and full sufficiency of the obedience and sacrifice of Christ.
He wonderfully explains the reality of the doctrine of imputation as to how our sins and guilt became the Lord's sins and guilt and by it we truly become the righteousness of God.
A must hear sermon for those to seek to understand what it meant for our Lord to purchase our redemption and bring us to God!
May God bless Pastor Williams and his work for the Lord!
Great Sermon! Great Job! I was hoping to hear you sing 39A...Seriously, I am thankful for your reminder to look up...and not around.Up to the Father ,instead of the circumstances surrounding us-that are burning the bones. Brought to mind, chemotherapy...has to kill everything to start with a clean slate...We miss you and know the Lord will always use you to minister and teach. Thanks.
Great Sermon! Wonderful sermon! Thank you.
Yesterday Steve Bradley mentioned that he may preach a sermon in his series on worship on the "Hearing of the Word of God Preached". He also noted that you had recently preached exactly such and mused that he would like to have you come down and preach that sermon to us. I suggested that the two of you "switch" pulpits . . . After hearing your sermon, I would like to see that happen!
Thanks, Bob Hendry