Great Sermon! r commented in 2014, I listened again and must comment again reaffirming my stance on this topic of our total depravity of doing one let alone all of his will. We completely fall every time. It is in Him coming to the earth living our life in our stead, because our futility of our efforts are but DUNG. and then He was God himself and thus brought us from death to life thru theh gospel of his dear Son's finishied work. Must hear for all.
from South africa
Great Sermon! O thank you Lord for this message. Sjoe grateful to have preaching that my spirit knows and understands.
arthur joseph (10/26/2014)
MUST HEAR SERMON THIS IS NEEDED TO DELIVER GODS PEOPLE FROM THE PRIDE OF SEEKING TO BE RIGHTEOUS/ IN GODS FAVOR BY SOMETHING THEY WOULD DO OR NOT DO/LAW. SALVATION IS SOLELY BY THE WORK AND WORTH OF CHRIST NOT OUR EFFORTS. HE SATISFIED GODS JUSTICE AND WRATH WHEN HE TOOK OUR SINS ON HIS BODY ON THE TREE, AND ROSE FOR BOTH OUR JUSTIFICATION SANCTIFICATION REDEMPTION/ATONEMENT AND RIGHTEOUSNESS (1 CORINTHIANS 1:30-31. ITS ALL IN CHRIST,IF YOU ARE IN HIM BY GRACE THIS IS YOURS FREELY. HE WILL LOVE THEM FREELY. HOSEA 14:4
Great Sermon! I wish this could be preached every time. It would be a mercy to His "poor and needy" (spiritually p & N)
Great Sermon! Thank God for your sermon.
Mercy for believer's that are broken and weak,and in despair. Jesus has provided through His preacher.
Steven Brown (9/12/2011)
from Sandpoint Idaho USA
Great Sermon! Excellent sermon :-) Only a person that nows a 3-thrice HOLY GOD and himself could ever say those things, knowing that Christ is his only hope. Looking to Him alone the author and finisher of the church.
What a great sermon! What a wonderful and burden-removing sermon. The gospel is such a joy!
Great Sermon! Thank you Pastor Clay for this wonderful sermon.
Adell Stone (4/7/2009)
from Madisonville , Ky.
Great Sermon! Precious truths; everyone needs to listen to this sermon.
Clay Curtis is pastor of Sovereign Grace Baptist Church of Ewing, New Jersey. Their services begin Sunday morning at 10:15 am and 11am at 251 Green Lane, Ewing, NJ, 08638. Clay may be reached by telephone at 615-513-4464 and by email at [email protected] For more...