Great Sermon! This message is very, very, very good. I listened to this a few years back, downloaded it, & have listened to it several times through the years. It's based on Ephesians 4. The mindset/heart of the lost contrasted to the mindset/heart of the Lord's own.
Great Sermon! A very thought provoking sermon causing one to examine whether their faith is genuine
Steve Tattershall (1/31/2016)
Extremely challenging and very well delivered! Thank you dear brother for preaching a extremely challenging message from Ephesians 4. Not just for the believer but unbeliever alike. Moved my heart and challenged my walk in the Lord.
Continue preaching the unsearchable riches of Christ Jesus.
H Hudson (9/20/2015)
from Deerfield Beach, Florida
Challenging Sermon! One of the most expositions on what it means to be a lost-in-Christ person. Dr. Phillips outlines all the steps of what goes into rejecting Jesus Christ and everything that is part of a darkened heart. Also we see what we as born-again children should continue pursue to grow in Christ. All aspects of a saved person and a lost person are clearly presented in this sermon. Outstanding!
Callie McFadden (5/30/2015)
from Anna, Tx
Great Sermon! This message is great! I sent it out to my mom and son. I pray it encourages you!
Thank You for this Biblical Teaching! When morality is separated from the gospel "good" people are still darkened and lost is one point of this message.
The Reverend Richard D. Phillips was elected senior minister by the congregation of Second Presbyterian Church, on April 15, 2007. He came to Greenville from First Presbyterian Church of Coral Springs/Margate, FL, where he served as senior minister since 2002. Previously, he...