Great Sermon! Thank you and God bless. I am incredibly lonely.I don't see my family and over the years I have had a couple of good Christian friends who either move far away or die. I attend a Bible study group of 8 people and am the only one not invited to an upcoming wedding. I don't know why, it hurts, maybe it shouldn't as it's their wedding and they can invite who they want.
I'm telling myself this is a chance to look at my heart, to have the right attitude and love. knowing that I have grown in my times alone with God, that He is forever with me. I know He has His reasons in why I always end up alone and I have to trust Like Spurgeon and Paul I cry to God to take this away but I always end up back here.
Revealing Sermon! Just as in ancient times, today we need another Elijah to show us our sins and to ask God for judgment so we will turn away from everything we're doing in opposition to God. If we read 2 Kings we will see how we ourselves can be righteous even if the rest of our nation is full of sinful living. Only Revival can turn out nation around to God, and we need many more Elijah type Christians to especially preach to our youngest generation who have no moral leadership in their family, in the nation and even in the churches. May God help us before it's too late.
Excellent Sermon! Brother Doug does a great job explaining that part of Rev. 20. He gives us strong insight in looking at what we as Christians can expect in the last days, which seem to be coming faster in these years. But we also have strength in what Christ Jesus has in store for us in those days. Very encouraging if you're "born again".
Great Sermon! If you vow to be married "til death do you part," perhaps this vow before the face of God would be better left out since so few can find a way to stay together. Doesn't the Bible state to take no vow lightly? If we vow "til death" but we really mean, "til sin tears us asunder" perhaps pastors and couples should be more honest to God and state it this way. Also, omitting the "let no one put us asunder" would be important to exclude.
Great Sermon! I just moved back to this area after living in FL for 9 years. I googled Doug and found this website. One thing I have always loved about Doug's ministering is that he has always called himself a teacher. This sermon shows that he still preaches AND teaches the word of God. I never looked at this part of John Ch 17 in this manner before. How humbling to me to realize that Jesus Christ, the son of the Living God, was thinking of me during this prayer. I can't wait to get back to church.
Great Sermon! It's seldom that you hear such a convicting sermon preached with such power and clarity or a preacher who dares to express sincere and righteous anger at sin. I heartily recommend this sermon!
Great Sermon! Just what i needed Thankyou brother Agnew for this sermon which was so applicable in my own pilgramage as a Christian.
I am very lonely. All my Christian life i have yearned for warm Christian fellowship ,and i have come to the conclusion it hardly, nay,even doesnt exist!
I am among the congregation at my church..but am lonely.
I write encouraging comments to sermons on Sermonaudio..and am lonely.
I work hard for my customers...and am lonely.
I witness in outdoor evangelistic work...and am lonely.
I realise that it is quite common for some of the saints,from Elijah..to Paul to have suffered loneliness.
And above all,the Lord Jesus Christ Himself knew loneliness. So i encourage myself in the Lord.
A wonderful sermon A great message on the Fear of God that
every Christian needs to hear. To know the Holiness and Perfection of our God gives us strength to live a life that pleases God. Most of us don't know the deep love God has for us when we show Him the proper fear we hold for who He truly is.