Exhalting Christ in the Hearts of Believers So appreciative of God to enable this pastor to preach in ways that transform. His sermons, exalting Christ in the hearing of Believers, are incredibly stirring. They cause you to worship and adore this one who died for us. They cause you to desire to see him face to face. For he is altogether lovely.
After each message I want more and more of Christ in all I do. For he is precious.
He is sufficient. He is worthy of all glory, honor and praise.
Great Sermon! My friend recommended I listen to this message. I only wish I had heard this long ago when I was rearing my children.
This pastor makes things plain. I have been blessed to hear this with ease of understanding. It seems so simple. And it is simple.
May the grace of God be poured out upon all listeners.
Picture This Image Pastor Hal Brunson has done it again - allowed the Holy Spirit of God teach us about the moral and the intellectual evidences of grace/salvation working in the Christian's life so that we look like Jesus; the icon of God.
Praise His holy name.
Amazingly True! If there is any failure in this pastor'message, it is this. He did not provide a PDF.
Every word is necessary to every one that has offspring.
I encourage every poster to listen to this message of Hal Brunson, whether they have offspring or not, so that it can be shared with others.
God would be pleased with you if you nourished members of the Body of his dear Son.
Great Sermon! So refreshing to hear someone who wants the hearer to have a thorough understanding of what is being taught.
Dr. Brunson causes one to search the scripture as well as other study aids to assist in our spiritual growth.
Necessary Exhortation! In this sermon â€śThe Doctrine of Excommunication (3), Dr. Hal Brunson has brought out how sin is to be dealt with within the Body of Christ and what happens when left unchecked. Those aware of sin with our ranks are not immune to sinâ€™s subtle infection.
Whether inside or outside the church, sin has a way of progressing â€śfrom the stage of tolerance, to acceptance, to contagion â€¦â€ť (Albert N. Martin). Martin has also pointed out sinâ€™s impact upon society as a whole in his sermon â€śOur Nationâ€™s Sexual Sins (3)â€ť.
Have we become complacent and negligent of our reasonable service unto the God who has been both merciful and gracious to us?
Sin is added to sin when not dealt with.