After a break of about one month, we return to our series of expositions in Paul's epistle to the Romans. We are still in this very rich verse that has spoken comfort to millions of Christians around the world and right across history‚ÄĒRomans 8:28.
Great Sermon! Thank-you, so very much. I am so very thankful that GOD let me find you on this website.
Bob R (5/18/2011)
Great Sermon! If you like me, am notorious for kicking yourself when you make mistakes or are imperfect, listen to this....it is super encouraging and revelational. This promise gets tossed around loosely but is most powerful when understood and applied as a Christian. Only a Christian can use this promise to encourage at times, his foolish heart. If you are at times a perfectionist like me, this will help you draw nearer to God through Jesus Christ.
Catherine G (5/16/2011)
from United States
God makes no mistakes! Going through a hard time, and thought that I "stumbled" across this message. No such stumbling - just another reminder of God's grace and how He indeed does work all things for good! So thankful for a preacher who is not afraid to comfort the people of God with God's Word!
Sylvia Kalenga (11/3/2010)
A heart-warming sermon Such faithful exposition of God‚Äôs word causes one to ‚Äėsmile at the storm because of the assurance that Christ is in the vessel‚Äô and very much in control of all things. What is meant to harm us turns out to make us exclaim like Hezekiah in Isaiah 38 that ‚Äúsurely it was for my benefit that I suffered such anguish‚ÄĚ.
Widely regarded as the African Spurgeon, Conrad Mbewe is faithfully and powerfully proclaiming the Word of God in Zambia from Kabwata Baptist Church in Lusaka. Like Spurgeon, he works himself to exhaustion.