Great Sermon! Amen and amen!!!! Again another sermon I hold as a treasure growing in my heart.You Tom Chesko are a true gift from GOD to all those whose hearts beat a little stronger because of GODS preaching-teaching that you give out to us. We are so blessed!! This is absolutely GODS will for me to go....okay See what this man is all sbout....voila......theres a perfect time place and reason for everything.So grateful to GOD for bringing me to your sermoms. GOD BLESS YOU AND ALL YOURS!!!!â™¡â™¡â™¡â™¡â™¡â™¡â™¡â™¡
Great Sermon! It's been years since I have accepted the Lord Jesus and submitting to His lordship--I have never been to the church of Christ for I am married to an unbeliever. He threatened to disinherit me and drive me away from the house if I offend him regarding my desire. Am I under judgment if I neglect the church. I need help.
Evelyn Sammut (2/22/2011)
Great Sermon! Great Sermon!! You are spot on!! Blessings in Christ!
Great Sermon! Thank you so much. What a great sermon. Pastor Tom, be encouraged that the Lord is using you to speak to His people.
What a mighty God we serve!
Maria Blackledge (2/22/2011)
Great Sermon! A very uplifting sermon. A prelude to a time of quiet prayer, contemplation and worship. Sadly, the voice of your announcer, coming in so sharp after the preaching,has a negative effect.
Alice DelaRosa (2/22/2011)
from Grand Rapids, Michigan
Great Sermon! This is a very encouraging sermon. I do think that you are correct in saying; "GOD did not tell Job why he was afflicted." GOD showed Job that he was not able to save himself, that he is as we are, helpless, needy, hopeless with out Him. GOD does not always tell, but He surely shows us either through His work, or His word. We often miss it because we are looking in vain, or we go through suffering by grit rather than prayer, rather than as your sermon tells; "Think Magnificently About GOD." Thank-you for giving us a different perspective. In the midst of trials we don't always think right.
Mark Rohrer (2/17/2011)
from San Diego, CA
Great Sermon! One of the greatest sermons on the Glory of God... I was blessed to hear it in person in the service!