Excellent No better sermon than this to be preached on a 'Christmas' Sunday.
"For I determined not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified." Obviously the verse does not say "save Jesus Christ, and him in a manger" as the tendency of many is in such day!
Thank you for preaching the person of Christ in its integrity, on this specific day when so many 'run dry' in semi-philosophical sermons that capitalize on the theme of the incarnation enforced by the season.
Beneficial approach to the 4th commandment This is a useful presentation about the topic, not only well documented with Scripture but with the Spirit of Scriptures, and historical facts. Many thanks
Revealing Sermon! This message is a blessing to True Christians who know that Jesus Christ is Lord over Salvation. Men cannot save themselves, but their only hope is in the Grace that God gives by His Mercy.
Great Sermon! that is good preaching enjoyed it ve so good to hear of a new testament Baptist church in that area that still preaches the truth.God still has his true churches in many places.Our pastor preaches the same truth.I am glad I found this web site.
Valuable teaching This series is a commendable, helpful and beneficial study. As stated in this message, God over rules Satan by establishing the limits and restrains of his power. This comes demonstrated in the case of Job, or in the time setting for the persecution in Smirna (Rev 2:10), but also harmonizes with the restrain of Satan in Rev 20. Out of God‚Äôs common grace, or sometimes out of particular grace towards his elect, God might in his sovereignty establish time limits (Mat 24:22) or restrain the devil's action. If not, one wonders if any might be saved from his power and dominion (Eph 2:2) Edifying considerations. Thank you