Worthy Sermon! The Psalms move us toward the heart of God. Renewal, regeneration, repentance, and all of the promises in Christ are found in them. Our confidence is restored. We discover that new songs are placed in our spirit in such a humbling manner. We are brought to worship
Yes the Psalms speak of this One God has set on his high and holy hill. They produce spiritual and melodic symphonies for us. We join in praise of all nature; finding our treasures in the God’s King.
Praise God for giving this pastor an understanding of RPW.
A God Approved Sermon! God approves this sermon. Our God will bless us. Yeah. Our God will bless us.
To God be all the glory for reviving my spirit.
May he enlarge your coast pastor Reese. I shall live by this word, which is of God, today and through my walk with him.
Help for the unloving!!! The hardest thing for me, is to truly practice Jesus' pattern of love on those who are so unlikeable and have personalities that grind on me, irregardless to how thy act. This message is all about the 'fresh' love Jesus taught us to have! What a blessing!
Great Sermon! We listened to your two-part series today on the Regulative Principle of Worship and really appreciated and were blessed by this teaching. We have also really benefitted from your teaching on Psalmody acapella and miss our RPCNA church in Pittsburgh.
What a blessing! As with all of your sermons this was a blessing to listen to. This is the absolute best sermon I have ever heard on love. Not only could I not find anything wrong with the sermon but I learned something which is becoming evermore rare in sermons today. Truly the people of God would be blessed if they could embrace the truth that you have shared in this sermon. I made this a permanent link on my blog now so hopefully a lot of people will listen to it. Thank you and may the Lord bless you.
Great Sermon! I praise and thank God for this sermon.I appreciate the way the preacher deliver the message.I wish I could deliver a message like this.Glory to God!" Let love cover a multitude of sins."