Glorious! Christ's humbling of Himself will be always greater than my humbling of myself, because He, God, humbled Himself for us, but we are asked to humble ourselves before the Creator and God of all, which is understandable. Christ's humbling of Himself will shine forever as glorious, not my humbling of myself!
Great Sermon! Thank and praise God for a most edifying sermon on the three harvests in Scripture. It has increased my understanding and appreciation of the harvests that God teaches us in Scripture. There is also a good gospel emphasis.
Great Sermon! Dear Ms.Margaret,
I want to say thank you for your beautiful words. We just came home to the US for a month. I and my husband, we are in full time ministry as missionaries in Nigeria. We both used to work there as medical doctors but in 1999, the Lord said that we should go there in the power of His Word and Spirit alone. A great effective door has been opened to us also. And just like with Apostle Paul and your testimony, in our case also, many enemies tried to close it. Our joy is that it is the Lord Jesus who opened it for us, it is not of our personal ambition, so no man or devil can close it except they want to injure themselves in the process.
Sermonaudio has been a blessing to me. But this early morning, in a cheap hotel room, I needed an encouragement from the Lord about the value and power of missionary work. God used you to do just that to my spirit. There are so few women I hear on sermonaudio, that hearring you today is a great miracle for me.
I will pray for Kenya. Will you pray one minute for Nigeria too, please? The no one enemy there is the evil spirit of religion. Many people say that they believe in God; they even attend churches, do 'ministry' but are not saved. Christ alone!!!!
God bless you, your family and ministry.
Your sister in Christ, Lia Leigh.
Great Sermon!8th on my new odyssey Thankyou for this sermon,which is the eighth on my new odyssey of listening to a sermon from each book of the Bible ,preached by a person whom i have not heard before. I have taken a side step so to speak by lisetening to a lady...i was impressed with the subject...u turn to nowhere ! Very blessed by this sermon. Thankyou again.
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