Great Sermon! I knew Sherly well. We had been through much together, the good and the bad. She was a strong, talented, gifted young lady. Sheryl, you now know what it is to be love unconditionally !! I know you are finally enjoying what it is to live in peace. I will see you again some day my Sister.
Knew and loved Sheryl Sheryl was my best friend for 35 years. I knew her well and loved her dearly. She had a bitterly tough life and tried so hard to overcome so much. I'm sure all of her efforts will stand before her in heaven. She was incredibly strong-- no one knows that more than I do. She loved G-d. She was extremely intelligent and very talented as a musician and composer. Miss you so much Sheryl. May you finally be at peace.
Powerfully True Message! Agonize for the souls of your children and others that they have God's greatest treasure which is Christ in us the hope of glory.
America needs the Gospel, not material things that make even believers join in with the Laodician church that said "I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing; and knowest not that they are wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked:"
America has nothing if it does not have Christ.
Unbelievably Encouraging I cannot tell you how much I appreciated and was encouraged by this sermon. Sound Biblical truth and clear preaching. The Word, as it was taught here, ministered to my heart and mind, and I have new notes all over my Bible challenging me to think the way God would have me to. May you be abundantly blessed for your faithful teaching of the Word of God.
Comfort message for the 'unknowns' of life Thank you pastor. I have listened to this sermon twice now. These words have brought comfort to my aching heart. How thankful I am to be reminded of who the True and Living God is. My life is safe in his everlasting arms and perfect providence.