Great Sermon! It reminds me when I came across 2Corinthians 2:3,4 -Upon reading these verses while going through great trials gave me a comfort to have greater faith in my LORD! All of those trials have allowed me to comfort many others in their trials for these past 45 years in a greater way as many came to Christ. My trials started 3 months after praying: "Holy Father, prune me so I may know You intimately and let me know I am in Your will." The trials let me experience a HOPE that I knew was all going to be for God's Glory and to taste the more of Christ within. (Heb.6:19, Psalm 42:11, Phil.3:10)
A humbling sermon God is sovereign. In His mercy, He doesnâ€™t explain. We donâ€™t need to always know why. We just love Him with all our hearts, and live free from self to follow Him. Wherever He May place is. Our lives here are just for a season. Live the season loving God.
Practical and biblical! Maybe the best series I've heard on anxiety; contains practical, biblical teachings that will stay with you as you battle that persistent foe that tries to rob your peace. Highly recommended.
Great Sermon! This message is so right on.
What came to mind is that we accuse the evil acts in far off places; Mid. East, Africa, Russia, etc. But excuse the evils of USA where more die daily than in those places. We are afraid of ISIS coming to our shores; when our neighbor's child, or our own, is likely to be shot in the street, or while at school in the USA.
As long as man preserves his life, his life will be lost.
The woman at the well had a life change. The effect - transformation of her community. place. In saving others, she saved (e.g. removed some personal threats) herself. Matthew 28:17-19 was actualized.
The fields are ripe for the harvest.
Great Sermon! I was amazed at what Charles Bonadies gleaned from Habakkuk, and it is only the first message. I would walk a mile to hear preaching like this: Sound, Biblical and Inspiring. What I heard actually made me feel ashamed at what I did not get from my own study of Habakkuk. I will be listening to all 6 of these messages!
Great Sermon! AT LAST!!! after laborious and extensive research, i have been perplexed in the extreme with respect to pre and post trib positions..Pastor Bonadies sermon was crystal clear, concise, wholly explanatory and thoughtful. Many thanks for an outstanding direct delivery, especially on such an imporant topic... God bless you richly.
Great Sermon! Thank you Bro Charles for your message. I m a Sunday School teacher and listen to several messages on Daniel. I love the point you made about Jesus being The Way, not a way. Thank you Jesus for
Preachers who preach the word. ????May agod Bless you. ??
Revealing Sermon! The vision shown in Habakkuk is greatly revealing in how we should look to God in times of tragedy. But we should be prepared to face difficult times by growing in the knowledge of God and not simply be shallow in God's promises. I an deeply impressed with the Book of Habakkuk and intend to study it regularly.
Insightful Sermon! The idols of secularism of ancient days applies to us today in every aspect. Brother Charles gives us great insight and examples to show that mankind hasn't changed since creation. We commit the same sins as did our ancestors and unless we learn from that history we will continue to put self first and God second -- much to our destruction. A powerful sermon -- Thank you Brother Bonadies.
Powerful Sermon! This sermon should be deeply listened to at least two more times to have it be part of our life in preparation of the difficult and heard times we will eventually face. Brother Charles takes us through the entire process of how to deal with our personal tragedy or that of our loved ones. It will give us strength for whatever we will face in our life. A powerful answer to a tragic time that one can face.
Must Hear Sermon! This is my second time hearing this outstanding sermon. It's a sermon that is little taught but much needed in these terrible times. I received a deeper message this time -- and will work to understand it now, before I truly need it in a crisis. Thank you Brother Charles.