Just what I was looking for I liked the way you covered this psalm by giving a back ground and also you looked at the nature of your own sin and our sin. We are all in a journey towards God. We need mercy from God.
Cathy Allen (8/6/2017)
from Western Australia
Excellent Sermon! An excellent, must hear sermon! Lord remind us each new day, to confess our sins of omission and commission, against You and You alone.Remind and enable us Lord,to keep a short account with You, rather than hurt ourselves and others, and in doing so,cause You grief. May You be glorified in the fruits of Your people, amen!
Thank you, and the Lord's many blessings to you Pastor Barry, for this God honouring, and pleasing message.
Great Sermon! Amen to all the other comments - I sooo needed to hear this sermon. Very blessed.
Ken Noorlander (10/29/2013)
from Norwich, Ontario, Canada
Great Sermon! I was blessed by this sermon. This is the kind of sermon that blesses us by bringing us low before God. Repentance is a key element to our salvation.
"Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God". This sermon is a key element in that formula.
Joey Parks (6/15/2013)
from Phoenix, Arizona
Great Sermon! When Barry started preaching, I was walking my dog and listening to the familiar story of David's transgresssions. When I arrived home, I washed the dishes as Pastor Reed exposed the depth behind King David's cry for a heart white as snow. And as the sermon mooved to a close, my heart was on the floor, prostrate and forgiven and joyful with tears of clarity, peace, and hope. There are not many men on earth like Barry Reed these days. I long for one such man in Phoenix, yet I praise God for sermonaudio reaching as wide and far as you do. Just look at the worldwide comments. Thank you!
Great Sermon! Very good sermon.
Jody Irwin (4/8/2013)
from Tehachapi, Ca
Great Sermon! Thank God for His powerful word, fitly spoken by those who tremble at it! God , so rich in lovingkindness, have mercy upon me:) Thank You for Your salvation, found in and preserved by none other.
Great Sermon! David's longing for God's mercy is so marvellous to self-examine.
Thanks for the Annointed message.
Joanne Roberts (12/15/2010)
Great Sermon! Never heard anything like this before. How could this man David, repent unless the Spirit of the Lord ruled his heart, otherwise he could've ended up worse than King Saul for sure. Thank God for such servants and thank God for Barry, it's a mighty message.
Peter Fraser (12/15/2010)
from Wellington, New Zealand
Great Sermon! Thank God for SermonAudio to facilitate sermons which otherwise would never have been heard. Bro.Barry Reed sermon on Psalm 51 reminds us of the need of introspection isn't it? Wish more of these sermons are preached and uploaded in these dark days.
Malcolm James (12/15/2010)
Great Sermon! David's repentance is a lesson for every believer, for we all sin and come short of the glory of God, in our daily lives. Thank you Mr.Reed for this exhortation, thank you.