Great Sermon! It's good to hear that your suffering through vicious persecutions brought you into a closer relationship with Christ.
How faithful is he to cause praises to come from your lips. You are his workmanship.
May it be reported throughout your town of your obedience to the word and the work of God through Christ.
Hold fast to sound doctrine.
God bless you.
Martha Anderson (7/6/2013)
Great Sermon! Powerful sermon and right on the head. If we are not immersed in the Word and humbly obeying it regardless of the cost, we have missed the radical nature of the call of Christ on our lives. Thank you for proclaiming it like a voice in the wilderness calling out. May God continue to bless your ministry and congregation as you seek to live this out.
Canyon Shearer (1/17/2010)
from Marietta, GA
Powerful A great sermon to listen to as I am unable to attend my church today.
"All things in moderation....." A strong message for the mature Christian...but let us not forget the growing number of "child prodigies" today who are springing up with incredible head knowledge, bypassing the milk of the Word altogether. They remain but babes on the inside...and they are out there teaching. The Christian walk is a long, hard one containing much suffering along the way, resulting in an experienced, personal trust in a personal, trustworthy God...with a million life lessons contained therein. MANY will say in that day, "Lord, Lord, open to us." The example used here of the sermon, "Sinners in the hands of an angry God" is an excellent example in that many were not affected by it, and then the many who greatly were. Nothing is by might, neither by power. While of necessity we must needs grow in the faith, we must NEVER forget the message of The Cross, which is foolishness to the world, but remains The Power of God. This glass of Milk is very much needed to "wash down" a balanced Meal.
Mark Hudson (8/13/2007)
Makes you think This sermon tells it like it is. If
you're serious about becomming a mature
Christian, you owe it to yourself to
study the scripture deeply after you've
heard the sermon. The preacher can only present the truth, you have to
accept it, expand on it, and take it
into your spiritual life. You have
to continue to grow in the Word every
day of your Christian life.
Jeff Noblit has served on the pastoral staff at Grace Life Church of the Shoals for 30 years and has served as the senior pastor for the past 22 years. Grace Life Church is known for its earnest desire to be glory of God focused, Christ honoring, and Bible saturated with a...