Great Sermon! More than ever before our flesh desires to be entertained, to feel good, and free from making sound eternal decisions. Guarding the heart is a drudgery that will lead more and more people into slavery. Ungodly others will decide for them as the righteous are called to glory.
Great Sermon! Seems he’s just an afterthought these days. Because of this few have power. Yet many sing There’s Power in That Name. there’s a failure to show the hearer, as well as a failure to demonstrate to the viewer, how Jesus dealt with the people. There is a total detachment in some cases from the behavior of the people, our Lord dealt with, and how it relates to our own behavior. We go away, thinking we’re not like that other man. The need to see him in our gatherings large and small, in church or in a foreign land lacks desperation. We need to see Jesus. Tthank you for this message.
Great Sermon! Yes. He will build up Zion. You have participated in his labors.
He has blessed your hearers in ways no others have. And I thank him for you my brother for your time in searching out the richness of his word and giving us a better understanding of his will. My prayer is that he will lead you to provide a devotional to us.
Again, Barrett you have been a true blessing.
Great Sermon! Greetings my brother and friend.
Hold dear the words of our Lord spoken in Matthew 5:11 which are true. You are blessed. It’s a time to rejoice, although persecution can cause momentary grief. The piercing of the sinners sometimes causes the fear of God to drive that persecutor to Christ. Regardless you are blessed and are still a blessing to my soul. I prosper under your preaching.
Chained to his grace,
Great Sermon! Praise our Lord for revealing to you the truth about revival. Your explanation is clear and necessary for these times. It is the heart of God’s people that ha become unresponsive to its surroundings. That is, within church walls.
I pray for God to bless you abundantly with an enlarged region.
Great Sermon! your sermons always cause me to grieve over the state of men. Especially the state of the Christian asleep or resting on their lees. And it seems as if my hands are tied and feet shackled; not being able to evangelize the city, nor among the people. Few want to go. Fewer want to hear in the church. It is draining. God bless you Barrett.
Great Sermon! The “brother” is right. We will shortly be scrambling for food. I wasn’t if the Holy Spirit revealed this to me or I was just being speculative. Often I take things out of context without masticating on the information. But I told my daughter and even a neighbor last year that we should start tanning. Surprisingly, my daughter did buy canning jars. They were expensive, but she canned delicacies. May God open her eyes in her heart to the things that matter most. But yes, this was revealed to me that we are going to be needing food. You are still in my prayers as well as your members.
Your friend Cecilia.
The Spirit of The Lord is upon you! I was reading Isaiah 63:18 and I looked to hear a message on it to help me understand the meaning fully and you were to only person that spoke on it and my spirit leaped as I listened to your other messages! I can’t tolerate the churches here and I yearn for fellowship and those who yearn for The Master’s voice. You remind me of Tozier, Sparks, Spurgeon and Art Katz, I hunger for such men of God to teach me, but the famine of “hearing the word is nigh us! Please keep teaching The Word, many are edified by it. Shalom be in you and your household.
A Spiritual Tuneup. My dear friend Barrett.
You, with the aid of Holy Spirit, always bring to the Lord's table the nourishment that tunes the heart to sing the praises of our great God and King. Once again, I have been given a portion of daily bread and want to thank you much, much, much.
You are such a blessing to my soul. I believe that in my flesh I will see you.