Great Sermon! I don't know if you will see this, but I wanted to tell you how much God has spoken through you to me. Your a very great preacher and I can relate with you enormously. That's all I really wanted to say. God has really used you in a great way. Thank you for preaching.Hope we get a chance to meet someday.
Great Sermon! Lord, haste the day. This is such a comforting devotional. The man Thomas Boston is astoundingly discerning and brings forth deep treasures out of the Word of God that is much needed today
Great Writing! Charles Spurgeon here exhorts us to "Behold the Man!" He points people to Jesus Christ.
He concludes by saying, "If we would grow in grace, it must be by considering his humiliation and his sorrow. If we would live holily, it must be by the contemplation of his sin-atoning death."
Amen and Amen!
Great Sermon! Loved this message on Jonathan Edwardâ€™s example in living our life with an eternal perspective. These resolutions are ones that I want to remember and to â€ślive with eternity stamped on my eyeballs.â€ť Iâ€™m so thankful for Steve Lawsonâ€™s ever faithful preaching.
Outstanding Message!! This is one of the finest messages on Satan. There is so much wrapped up into this sermon that it's hard to summarize but this is definitely worth listening to, not just once but several times. It is power-packed and thank God for Dr. Lawson. He is one of the finest preachers we have today.
Great Sermon! Pastor MacArthur, Thank you for being the Shepherd that you are so knowledgeable! Your sermons are my greatest resource when I am feeling sad or happy mad. Please please donâ€™t ever get rid of your GTY app. I listen nightly and am having my two year old too. Thank you.
Great Sermon! Iâ€™ve listened to this message several times and passed it on to many. Such a great encouragement to put â€śyour shoulder to the plowâ€ť and press on for the work of the Lord, wherever he has placed you. Grateful for Dr. Lawsonâ€™s biblical teaching!
Puzzled dear dr lawson,
as faith is a gift from God, the recipients foreordained thus, driving the chosen to the kingdom and working in them the miracle of justification, salvation and glorification - how is it that so much emphasis is placed on man's 'choosing'? even in the same sermon! would that not be totally contradictory? how should the Christian respond?
We need truth! Not entertainment! It's obvious from his sermon, that there are fellow ministers in the audience, who will be thinking: He doesn't understand! People won't sit for a long sermon. They don't want a long Bible reading. They want a worship band, and The Holy Gospel Dance troupe. You know who won't sit for a long sermon? Goats! The sheep want sermons. They want Bible reading. They want prayer meetings.
Yes, they can keep making the church like the world, and get bigger congregations...but they aren't Christians. What will happen, pastors, if you stop catering to the world? The goats will get bored and leave. You're right about that. But the sheep will spread it through the grapevine: Guess What!!! My pastor has started to preach!! Just preach the word preacher, and let God and the Holy Spirit worry about filling the church. Did Jesus encourage the mega church? No. He understood exactly why they were there. He didn't want an audience. He wanted disciples. Please pastors, preach to the sheep! Someday you'll be thankful you did: When the Lord says, Well done my good and faithful servant.
In the meantime, why do you think the sheep are sitting at home watching SermonAudio and YouTube? It's the only way they can be fed. The goats are busy watching Pentecost, the musical with the Tongues of fire danc