Great Sermon! One of My favorites. The whole series is excellent, and a wonderful reminder of the doctrines I hold close to my heart.
excellent message This sermon puts to rest the unbiblical lie that Jesus died for every person! Praise God there are men like brother Hamilton who rightly divide truth. What a great message!
from Queensland Australia
Great Sermon! Some might ask how do I know if I am elect, simple,the elect at some point will humble themselves and confess their sins and ask for forgiveness and for Christ to be Lord and saviour...
from Queensland Australia
Great Sermon! I agree 100% , thank you for giving me a good sermon I can post with a clear conscience. This is one of the most needed teaching. I believe the free will doctrine is actually another gospel, a damnible heresy...
Shane Hokanson (6/27/2010)
Great Sermon! Very Good message! This topic is being questioned on a "Reformed" website currently. I will post the link over there to this well done message by Pastor Stephen Hamilton. The idea(s) are foreign to people who have been taught only John 3:16. This message opens up other verses of Scripture.
T D Hughes (8/26/2008)
from United Kingdom
Awesome message!! Stephen Hamilton on Particular Redemption - this is absolutely masterful! Probably the best message on the subject I've ever heard. He completely destroys the arguments for general atonement (in a very gracious way) and provides Scripture after Scripture as proof of Particular Redemption. Brilliant!!
Great Sermon! This is a great defense of the Biblical TRUTH of particular redemption. The only people who LIMIT the atonement are the Arminians who limit the power of the Cross. The Bible teaches a salvation that actually saves and an atonement that truly atones. I definitely recommend this sermon.
Mike Betancourt (1/4/2002)
from North Charleston, SC, USA
Wonderful message Hallelujah for Grace! Our salvation is glorious indeed.
His delivery style reminds me of Dr. Alan Cairns. Well-martialed arguments; eloquent presentation of truth. A must hear for those who are all too familiar with the misrepresentations (the straw men that are set up and then knocked down)of this reformed position. Anyone not that familiar with the doctrine of particular atonement would be greatly benefited by this message.
Alfredo Bullen (12/30/2001)
Great Sermon! Before hearing this sermon I held doubts about the doctrine of limited atonement. Now I am assured that it's biblical. Anyone that preaches against it at the least a false teacher.