Great Sermon! Daniel a true servant of God who was not scared to tell the truth. Because God was so important in His live and Jesus lived in his heart. When we are truly HIS then HIS love will show forth in our lives towards others. May this sermon be a blessing for many.
Great Sermon! A good instructional sermon about the promises of God. It is like a key that are given to us in a burning house whose door is locked. If we don't use this key we will burn with the house. The key is the promise of God, what are we doing with it. Strongly recommend this sermon for people that are going through difficulties. Pray that it will be a blessing for many.
Great Sermon! Very good sermon. It explains so well how a Christian life goes through deep valleys and is not always on a mountain top. God has a great plan for us not by always keeping us on a mountain top but sometimes He has to drag us down to bring us closer to Him and to learn more of who He really is.
Great Sermon! I was much refreshed by this insightful study in the life of an ordinary godly woman having close fellowship with God's own, under the benevolence of an extraordinary God, the same God under whose umbrella I am.
Great Sermon! God is God and I am his created being. How can any of his creation describe him? As I grew from a child to an adult, I could describe the attributes of my father and mother and then came to a complete stop. Can I do that with God? Rev Kranendonk has served up a very satisfying meal and it is my privilege to have ingested it, and to make it a recurring meal, such is its banquet appeal. There is no one word over another I could choose to describe God, although I could name a few: incomparable, awesome, infinite, eternal, magnanimous, magnificent, omnipotent, omniscient, merciful, long-suffering and so on. For God no single name or combination of names is enough. On bended knees is my only homage.