Great Sermon! This classic sermon and the Reformation truths it holds are timeless. Thank you for providing us with such a treasure! The quality of the recording is good and I am blessed by the message.
Great Sermon! As the world and our nation drift further and further into lasciviousness, more than ever we need a Biblically-principled Christian life that validates the saving Gospel of Christ in both our actions and in our appearance. The Biblical principles of modesty do not change with the fashions of the world. Thank you for taking time to prepare to articulate so well this vital message with both burden/love and truth/boldness.
Amazing message, So Convicting Providentially I was directed to this sermon and the title is what caught my eye. I listened to the first message in this series and had to listen to the second. This was so convicting every father and potential father should listen!
Great Sermon! God always leads me to sermons I need to hear most when I am in distress and this one is no exception. Thank you Pastor Hughes for the wisdom of many years of service to God which pours out through your messages.
Woe to Christian Man, if he skips his duty Pastor Chanski Clearly explaining the duty of each Christian man clearly. as a Christian man each should follow his advices diligently. personally it helps me lot.
Great Sermon! Would to God that our pastors would lovingly, sensitively, but in the fear of God reprove and rebuke the worldliness of church members in definite terms like Pastor Martin does! Much more could have been and needs to be said on this subject; but this is an excellent beginning. BTW, katasole cosmiu (1 Tim 2:9) does not mean modest apparel. It means a becoming long dress, as John Gill points out in his commentary. Pants should be out for Christian women. They always draw attention to the part of the body men most want to look at.
Great Sermon! Hoping that our pastor is helped by this message as he is concerned about not feeding his flock and losing church attendance and depression is setting in on him . Bless you Pastor Martin.
Great Sermon! Over the years Pastor Donnelly never disappoints in his preaching. He has wealth of knowledge that can only come from the ministry of the Holy Spirit and his application of that knowledge is nothing short of excellence. Thank you for your years of faithful service.