Great is Thy faithfulness! I bless God for His work in Ballymena as I heard in this message. Ian Paisley tells about the life and ministry of his father. James Beggs about the beginning of the Free PC here. I thanked God for the ministry of these men!
Great Sermon! Good job Pastor Greer! It is amazing how the Dispensationalist writers (Scofield/Larkin/Ryrie/Bullinger/Z. Hodges, etc.) can go into great detail about the 2nd Coming - a future event- Yet they take a meat cleaver to the Moral Law as found in Exodus... written in stone by God's own finger!
Great Sermon! Downloading your sermon now. I am looking forward to hearing what you have to say. I feel the Lord has led me to your page as I was not even looking for this topic when I stumbled upon it and remembered last night during a phone call with my husbands grandmother (she is a born again believer in Christ: age 85) she was telling me about this course (bible study) she is taking and she told me that this was called the Alpha Course. When I saw your sermon I immediately became alert and wanted to hear what this is all about. Thank you for this in advance.
Great is our Savior. Thank you for this testimony! It blessed my soul. Our God is working in wonderful ways with His church and with His people! The God who intervened in pastor Greer's life is my God also - what a comfort!
Awesome Sermon! What a powerful, incredible sermon. I tuned in Tuesday morning before heading to work and felt convicted to confess and turn from my sins! There is no good news (i.e. hope) without the bad news -- and Rev. Greer gives you both!!
I have just watched and listened to 4th year student minister Maurice McCaughey. He preached a very confident,interesting sermon with a nice even strong voice. I wish Maurice every success in his preaching of the Gospel. God bless him and his family.
Great Savior. The text of this sermon is 2 Corinthians 1:19,20 and not Psalm 94. A message that highly exalts Christ. All promises of God, all His blessings, mercies and love are in Christ. In Christ, God speak Yes to us. Without Christ, God's answer to us is No. A message that teaches us to concentrate only on Christ.
Great Sermon! I can only say, Dear Rev. John Greer, keep on preaching such powerful sermons, we are in need of it, to wake us up and take God's Word seriously. May God bless you and protect you ever more.
Great Sermon! Really great sermon, an extraordinary needed message for the Church of Christ. Excellent encouragement for us to be faithful and to fulfill the will of God. The sermon presents the characteristics of the church in Acts 8. They were fired with unquenchable fire; they were looking unto the world with an unrestricted vision; they served Christ with unquestionable obedience; they presented the people an unequivocal message (Christ); they did it all with irresistible power.
Great grace. We have, as Christians, a secure standing before God, based on His love for us, on what He did for us in Christ, because of His grace. And He commands us to take a stand on our standing before Him in faith.
CHRIST'S PARABLES -- A MEANS OF SEPARATING !! When Jesus had finished this parable (The Draw-Net), He said to his disciples, "Have ye understood all these things?" and they answered "Yea, Lord." All who are followers of Christ are to be paying strict attention to The Master's teachings because we, being human, do not always understand the things of God. We need to diligently search the Scriptures and fervently pray, asking God for understanding. And, we should take advantage of the tools that God provides, including carefully listening to Spirit-filled, Spirit-led preachers. And, Pastor Greer is one of those! By resorting to parables, Jesus effectively divided the truth-seekers from the curiosity-seekers! Seekers after The Truth (Christ) would say to Him, "Explain to us the parable..."(Matt. 13:36). Whereas, those who were simply curious, quickly turned away. The 'tell-tale sign' of a disciple of Christ is that they "hunger and thirst" after Him. And, I happily add that Jesus said, "Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for THEY SHALL BE FILLED" (Matt. 5:6).