Great Sermon! Rev. Greer points out that the Judgment proves that "when a man dies, his sins don't die as well."
He also quotes this verse, too:
"Some men's sins are clearly evident, preceding them to judgment, but those of some men follow later." (I Tim. 5:24).
It is a CONVICTING sermon!!!!!! Don't play religion ... get to CHRIST at once!
Great Sermon! Praise the Lord for this faithful preaching and strong exhortation to those poor lost souls who are yet without God's salvation.
The awful and terrible nature of sin is here thoroughly dealt with, together with its inevitable consequences in the life of the sinner. Praise God there is a way to escape this drastic burden, nor is it to be found in "religion" as Joab's example illustrates.
Thank you, Rev Greer.
A Most Instructive Sermon Once again the “sound doctrine” that characterizes Rev. Greer’s Ministry of the Word is seen in this sermon, where he carefully and precisely, expounds this portion of the Scriptures, in order that we might fully grasp this gospel truth that the law is not the enemy of grace! Truly Rev. Greer took great pains and went to great lengths . . . indeed . . . laboured to bring this truth home to our hearts, by taking us from Mount Sinai to Mt. Calvary!
As those who were graciously brought to see our transgressions by the law, and then graciously brought to Christ as well, we know . . we understand . . that the law is not antagonistic to grace. Though at first glimpse it appears to be the enemy of grace, after a more careful examination of it, which we are given in this message, the law is found to be in itself an expression of God’s grace as well!
This is a sermon which will cause you to marvel at the incomparable integrity of God’s character and the harmony of His Word. For Christ came not to destroy the law, but to fulfill it.
We are very blessed indeed to sit under the ministry of such a gifted and Spirit-filled “Instructor in Christ”, who studies to show himself approved unto God rightly dividing the word of truth! (2Tim. 2:15)
June & Ralph Nadolny
Great Sermon!Powerful Indeed! First of all,I would like to thank GOD for Rev. John.He had illustrate the importance and the danger of the modern church movement;that is in tongues - speaking.
Me and my wife had attended an invitation to a charismatic church some years ago by one of my friends.We decided to see for ourselves what is happening in that Church.This happened on one of the Christmas day.
My friends was watching me to see how we felt especially we are of different denomination.He expressed his longing for us to attend his church.
During the healing part,he asked if I need healing.Suggest that I try it out,so I replied that if I do need so;I would go into prayers and Bible-reading.
But still,in order to proof to him that it will be of no use on us.I walked forward and they put theirs' hand over my head.After which,I have seen some of them fell to the ground.
Got back to my seat and was asked by friends the result.I told him I do not feel anything at all.I query him as to what are they praying about in tongues.My friends was being taught to desire for it.
I asked him if he knew what is he praying about?The reply was No.I explained why must you uses a language that you do not even know?
Great Sermon! This tremendous sermon by this godly preacher really lifted my soul. When this world beats us up, as Pastor reminded us, we need to think back to what Christ has done for us and with His great love for His church, redeemed us, so with joyful hearts, we can live for Him.
Truly excellent preaching! I have listened to this on several occasions and have been greatly blessed each time. Even though I had never heard him (or of him before) he really is an exceptional speaker.