Please Listen The absolute truth. Comfort doctrines that are not the truth but make people feel good have no place in the church. People need the total truth about sin and the need to change. Hell is forever.
No Pep Talks! A magnificent sermon about the great wrong that is done when people give false comfort when a sinner is under conviction by the Holy Spirit. So many churches today operate like cruise ships and make comfort the top priority. All over the religious television networks pep talks are given to build up self esteem and cause people to excuse their sin and ignore the Holy Spirit's conviction. Pastor Wenham showed the danger in sympathizing and compromising where sin is concerned. Hell is real and people go there every day and stay forever. Speak the truth!
True Biblical Perspective! In a world of prosperity Gospels, and twisted notions of "claiming God's promises", this sermon sets forward a truthful Biblical understanding of how believers can face adversity, pain and suffering with sincere faith in God.
What makes it all the more real is when one can share these truths from the coal-face, not just as an idealistic spectator looking in from the outside!
I think I'll find myself listening to this sermon again ...
Valuable Historical Sermon! This is a very nice, compact history of Israel and the Jews. Gives the main dates and events to give us a nice overview of what happened and is happening to Israel and the Jewish people and how God is continuing to guide His people.
Great Sermon! I was challenged by the sermon. I very often get occupied with other things. But I am reminded that I am to consistant feed( I am to read the bible in order that I will understand more about the Lord Jesus Christ and that I will grow day by day.
To be more like Christ I found this message a blessing and challenge. We call ourselves Christians, meaning we identify with Christ but how much of Christs love do we show the brethren and those of the world. Highly recommended.
A Challenging Focus from a Common Parable! I heard this sermon in person and found it very encouraging. The focus was not so much on the content of the parable itself, but on the man asking Jesus the question that lead to the parable, and the lesson that Christ had for him. I recommend 42 min of your time for a listen ...