Great Sermon! This is so compelling and convicting! People need to repent of "looking out for number one" and feeding off the Golden Corral Trough and "all-you-can-eat" trough. Thanks so much for this hard-hitting message!
Thomas Sullivan (2/16/2014)
from Jenison, MI
Convicting This is the good old fashioned Reformed Baptist preaching that is being marginalized in our day. I don't listen to a lot of sermons on my ROKU but thought this would be a good devotional for this Sunday Morning. In a 10 minute introduction before the text is even opened up I was groaning and praying before God - so well does it expose what Samuel Rutherford called the house-devil of every man. The first time I heard Pastor Dunn was at a men's conference near Adrian Mi. in the early 90s, but have known about him since I attended Trinity in the 80s. But now I find myself going through his sermons again and see what else I may have missed. It was interesting to see the name James Dolezal in the mix of speakers because of his background and association with another very good Reformed Baptist preacher, Rick Anderson and Faith Community Church.
Rebecca Shaneck (7/1/2013)
Great Sermon! Convicting and encouraging. How can we stare at ourselves instead of looking at a far more beautiful and worthy object of affection -- Christ and his sacrifice.
Pastor Dunn holds a Bachelor of Arts from Cedarville College, Cedarville, Ohio (1975); a Master of Arts in Humanities from Western Kentucky University (1978); and a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, Massachusetts (1982). Pastor Dunn...