Great Sermon! I am almost finished with this series. I listen to it and take notes and I want to know where Matt 15-28 is. Please tell me that they are here somewhere I am enjoying this series. Thank you Di
Great Sermon! one ammendment to my previous comment. I mentioned that our preacher let a supposed satanist in our church. What i meant to say was our preacher let a Satanist in our church that supposedly turned christian. I have suffered that mistake since I was a teenager and am now 47. I should have never touched that book and my preacher should have never allowed that man in our church. to this day I have exemplary memory of faces that I have encountered in my life. But the face of the man that came to our church is a blank spot.
Great Sermon! As a person that knows this first hand from a supernatural experiences at night as a I sleep. This is true. I am still battling. But the battle is only there because I have not said no enough. Thank you so much for this word of truth. I am a believer in Jesus since I was a child. What happened to me was when I was 12. My preacher allowed a supposed satan worshipper into our church along with his books. Many odd things happened that day. Audio speakers popping loudly. Lights flickered. We all knew something was wrong. At the end of the sermon I went to the table that had the books and opened one. The preacher came up immediately and shut it. Too late for me at that point. I have had visions in the night since then and demonic visitations that would scare freddy krueger. Folks.. it's real. My saving grace is Jesus Christ. After many prayers he revealed himself to me in a vision. To be honest. I have not stopped my sin. I am a believer. And this sermon has taught me how to fight. Say no. Say no. And call on the name of the Lord God almighty. Jesus Christ. My preacher died of a stroke not long after letting that man in our church. He was saved I am sure. But he fell for a deception. I used to fear the night. Now I do not. To Jesus Christ be the glory. Forever and ever. AMEN!
Thank you thank you so much for this wake up call. I desperately needed to hear this as I struggle with small issues in comparison and to be reminded of the importance of obedience and the brevity of life. Love to you all in Christ.
Great Sermon! Such an important message for everyone, but it really is needed for those of us who have experienced abuse because I know in my own case I have a tendacy to see God the wrong way and feel I have to please Him. My mentality pushes me to think anytime anything unexpected and "bad" happens it must be due to something I did wrong....He's showing me that His love is bigger and so much better than that. Thanks for the encouragement.
I so needed to hear this! I needed to hear this so bad! Thank you for your faithfulness to the Word and for pointing me back to my Daddy. When I first got saved we started attending some word of faith type churches, we would hear the truth of God being our Father and the importance of leaning on Him for our every need, but along with that came the name it, claim it teachings and when we saw people saying things and not living them out and saw the name it, claim it as being error I'm sad to say I threw out all the teachings, I became very rule oriented (satan is a judo expert) so instead of the living sinfully while claiming grace, I went the other direction too far and became rather phariseeacle in my thinking and very rule oriented and judgemental? Over the last couple years our merciful Father has been showing me this and showing me truth. So much if that through your teachings, when we were in Tennessee and since we have come back to Maine. The enemy attacked heavily today (even my children saw it) to keep us from listening in for our daily devotion time, but it became clear why as we listened in, thank you for this sermon, its life changing. - Tara D.
Tremendous Sermon! This so biblically exposes the heresy of the word of faith teaching as nothing but witchcraft. God is sovereign and in control of everything. We do not name it and claim it, or demand things of God based on formulas or pulling verses out of context for selfish gain or personal empowerment. God is on the throne, and this life is for His glory alone. Thank you Pastor Wood.