Great Sermon! This is an encouraging sermon dealing with Godâ€™s deity and power. We are currently only a little more than a month away from celebrating the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior. Just as the death of Lazarus was designed to solidify the disciples faith shortly before Christâ€™s death, so too this message has reminded me to reflect on Godâ€™s mighty power during this time. No matter the storm we might be facing, He is in control just has He was during the days preceding the cross. I had forgotten the timing and importance of Lazarusâ€™ death and this sermon has encouraged me today. Thank you for such a timely message.
By the Word of His Power This is such truth that it boggles the mind that we haven't gotten it yet.
All things hold together by the word of his power.
Since this is so, then why don't we speak the Words from out Lord instead of media hype rumors about fallen man?
Great Sermon! Excellent! Revival starts with the Truth bein proclaimed.
We are called to reconcile men to God by preaching the Gospel.
We are not called to scandalize the failures of man by eating the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. We are called to speak Christ.
Faith Anchoring Sermon! I have listened to this sermon three times and simply can't get enough of hearing about the finished work of Christ.
This will root and ground anyone who listens attentively.
We have a Saviour who is worth everything we hold dear. What a Saviour!!!
I will listen to it again tomorrow morning.
Too far? Odd to hear you say that you believe a person can go too far for God to accept them. The comment was about someone's fist in His face long enough, and they are as good as in hell.
You go on to say that it's not dependant on man to be saved. That is bitter water that is being fed to others.
I think that you are missing the eternal perspective of His patience and mercy. I believe that you are born twice and die once, or are born once and die twice. The second death is after the first and not until.
Necessary Truth This message is vital to our rest in the Faithful One who began the work and will complete it.
His promises are sure and without him we can do absolutely nothing. We have absolutely no sufficiency.
This is a thrice good message.
Give God the glory for all he has done in, by, and through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Great Sermon! Pastor Gary, This message was so very timely in God's perfect time, as this serious matter about the sinlessness of Christ has raised its ugly head again! So I thank you for so faithfully preaching the truth, that we know and love. 2 Corinthians 5 v. 21 says it all so plainly. That is what we believe. Will be sending this message to Facebook and a dear brother in Christ, Glen Berry.
Christ is our glorious sinless Saviour. Love in Him, English Rose and George
Uplifting Sermon! Thank you Jim Byrd.
We can always count on our Lord to strengthen our hearts through your messages. May he enlarge your coasts just as he has done for us.
We pray is that his voice is heard throughout Kentucky proclaiming the great things he has done for us. He has made us glad. Pastors of Kentucky should listen to you.
Thank you much Jim Byrd.