Great Sermon! This message is so right on.
What came to mind is that we accuse the evil acts in far off places; Mid. East, Africa, Russia, etc. But excuse the evils of USA where more die daily than in those places. We are afraid of ISIS coming to our shores; when our neighbor's child, or our own, is likely to be shot in the street, or while at school in the USA.
As long as man preserves his life, his life will be lost.
The woman at the well had a life change. The effect - transformation of her community. place. In saving others, she saved (e.g. removed some personal threats) herself. Matthew 28:17-19 was actualized.
The fields are ripe for the harvest.
Buster Godbee (3/29/2015)
from Little Rock AR
Great Sermon! I was amazed at what Charles Bonadies gleaned from Habakkuk, and it is only the first message. I would walk a mile to hear preaching like this: Sound, Biblical and Inspiring. What I heard actually made me feel ashamed at what I did not get from my own study of Habakkuk. I will be listening to all 6 of these messages!
from Deerfield Beach, Florida
Powerful Sermon! Brother Charles does a great job touching on the many factors involved in trying to understand evil in our life. From Habakkuk, I've gotten a much stronger view of God and of evil and how to look to God to get strength. While evil seems to get many advantages, I now know that I must know that God is in charge of the final outcome. I hope I have the strength to face my major evil and hurt when it comes. I will trust in Christ Jesus to be my strength.
Prior to Chuck Bonadies accepting the call as pastor of Ridgefield Baptist Church (Danbury, CT), he was senior pastor of Suber Road Baptist Church (Greer, SC) from 2001-2014. Chuck holds a bachelor‚Äôs degree in public policy and government. He earned his master of divinity degree...