Great Sermon! This sermon was a treasure, a wealth of truths and considerations. My husband I are like lone voices as we are going back to remembering the Sabbath. No doubt, if the church would return to the Sabbath, it would open the gate to overall revival which we desperately need. I'll be seeking for getting this transcript, either transcribing it myself or requesting it. Bless you Rev. Watts!
Great Sermon! Funny I listened to this message today never realizing I listened to this 3 years ago and commented and I grieved at my comment! I thanked G-D for His judgement and not for His mercy?!!! We tend to represent G-D the way we see Him, but not as HE speaks of Himself! I thank G-D for showing me His great Mercy and not His strange work or His strange acts, forgive me L-RD.
Great searching. This sermon hit me very hard today. I was enabled to see that every time I chose lust or the world and the flesh, I sent away my Lord and my Savior and wanted Him to leave me in my way and I gave Him to be crucified, in order to have my way. Oh, what an ugly thing! To reject my Savior, to turn my back to Him whom love me and gave His life for me!
Great Sermon! Thank you, Pastor Watts, for this sermon and thank you to your church for permitting us to hear this message. I have studied this off/on since 2006, and this help clarify more things for me.
Wonderful! Wonderful teaching! Why don't we hear more teaching like this? We need to be more diligent to pray for the spiritual awakening of the Jewish people, for their good and for ours. God has promised us enormous blessings!
much needed today This sermon is greatly needed in our day - many of us are guilty of the very things spoken of in this message - being Pharisees - looking for faults in OTHERS and NOT looking at our own selves! Bless the Lord for directing me to this timely message, all the elect of God will benefit greatly from hearing this.
There is so much pride in today's Christians, so much unrepentant sin. No wonder we have little to no affect on the world around us.