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Great Sermon! How Truly Blessed I am for this Sermon today, what a wonderful lesson, I have learned more in half an hour, than I have in weeks.
The story at the end, about the man who sacrificed his own Son so as to save so many lives, reduced me to tears, and I am still mourning that poor boy, and that mans grief as I write this, and it showed me a new way to see our Lords sacrifice, and how God must feel when He sees the world... I sacrificed my Son for you, do you not care? And for this I weep also.
Praise God for you my Brother David, Praise and Glory and Thanks unto The Lord our God, forever and ever. Amen
Great Sermon! Great preaching, an example for us new preachers of the Word. Praise the Lord for giving this kind of gifts to His Church. We need to learn how to preach like this, to be used as brother Martin has been.
Great Sermon! I thank God that you are posting your sermons. I have recommended your church to a friend and I will be praying that you may preach in the power of the Spirit to the glory of Christ and the edification of His church.
I like to give this as an example. On the first day of the week, after our LordÂ´s death, who went together to the tumb? not two men of very diffent ages, on (Peter) a mature married guy and John a young fellow. IsnÂ´t interesting that there was not generational gap. They were united not for wordly common interests but for their love for Christ and this is what we should work for today also.