Great Sermon! This searching sermon with the Spirit's
application, prevents God's children to bury their talents. May the Lord continue to grant you more of His humbling truths for the effectual edification of His church. Maranatha!
Concerned about death? A Biblical look at the reality of death for the Christian, and one of Pastor Murray's best sermons. This is probably going to be in a tie with "Looking, Lusting, Losing" as one of his excellent SermonAudio sermons. Don't miss it. If you are not a believer, and have concerns about death, see how different the subject is for those who have put their trust in Jesus Christ.
How to comport... This is a great sermon which has a lot of truths, but I especially like the Biblical advice on how Christians should comport themselves and the attitude they should have during the "years of captivity" under an administration that will probably not favor them. We should show the love of Christ, not the attitude of the world.
Thank you! Thank you for this wonderful sermon! My elderly mother and I listened together. It so clearly expressed the loveliness of Christ. And alongside of that, it revealed the just penalty of eternity in hell, for those who do not love Him. I pray the Lord would draw many to the love of the Saviour, through the hearing of this sermon. Thank you!
Listen! A wonderful sermon on the Lord Jesus! It starts off slow but in just a little while he had me praising the Lord Jesus Christ the Only Begotten Son of God!!! Refreshing and uplifting. Nourishment for the soul!
Great Sermon! Why is it that we miss this so much in so many Reformed and Presbyterian Churches today? Is it because we live in a time in which preachers don't want to read:"Preach the Word!", but rather change that in:"Please the people!" A time according to what follows after Paul's urge to Timothy:"Be ready in season and out of season. Convince, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and teaching. For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and turned aside to fables."
This comment is mostly adressed to preachers. You should read these words of 2 Tim.4:1-5 EVERY time you prepare your sermon and EVERY time you walk up the pulpit! May the Lord bless you all in doing so, so that the Holy Spirit will change (covenantal) goats into sheep and the other sheep may be fed.
Br. Bilkes, I can imagine, that there are opposing voices against your preaching, but please be assured that my wife and I are so blessed with your sermons! We stand in our area so alone, that we cannot even find a congregation of reformed signature within a 60 mile radius where we could hear this preaching. May the Lord bless you in your ministry.