Powerful I was moved to tears. One because of the horror of the topic and two because of how effective the delivery was. Educational and Biblical. A call to pray and a call to be courageous yet compassionate. May God bless his servant for his faithfulness to the Word of God.
Encouraging message! It was good to watch this service. A good and encouraging message. The Lord will help and protect and bless the worker He calls to ministry. May the Lord bless the work in Liberia, especially sister Joanne!
I was just wondering if Sunday night’s worship service will be available on video. I keep looking for it and it’s not there. I enjoy watching both sermons and Bible class each week. God bless you richly, Rev. Greer and church family.
~Mary Beth Bleeker~
Spurgeon's Response To Denial of Eternal Hell This is what Charles Haddon Spurgeon had to say in response to the growing denial of eternal punishment in Hell: “There is a deep-seated unbelief among Christians just now, about the eternity of future punishment. It is not outspoken in many cases, but it is whispered; and it frequently assumes the shape of a spirit of benevolent desire that the doctrine may be disproved. I fear that at the bottom of all this there is a rebellion against the dread sovereignty of God. There is a suspicion that sin is not, after all, so bad a thing as we have dreamed. There is an apology, or a lurking wish to apologize for sinners, who are looked upon rather as objects of pity than as objects of indignation, and really deserving the condign punishment which they have wilfully brought upon themselves. I am afraid it is the old nature in us putting on the specious garb of charity, which thus leads us to discredit a fact which is as certain as the happiness of believers.” (Sermons, 10, 6701, cited by Iain Murray, The Forgotten Spurgeon, Edinburgh: The Banner of Truth Trust, 1978 edition, p. 13).
Great Sermon! Hi,
Was wondering if the morning services will be put on video. That would be nice. Thank you! I watch every week and thoroughly enjoy your worship services.
Mary Beth Bleeker from Grand Rapids,MI -Heritage Reformed Church-
Great Sermon! Your sermon is right on. I came out of the Roman system and I saw my mom saved out of that system as well. She asked for a Christian and Catholic funeral. Strangely, the priest declined and said he felt uncomfortable because she was a Christian. I prayed for that young priest and recently learned he had left the church.
The Demise of Popery Shown in One Sermon This sermon really predicts the demise of popery as well as the demise of every Roman Catholic pope. Revelation 18:1-24 and Revelation 20:11-15 are worth remembering.
Tower of Siloam It is important to remember Luke 13:1-35 in times like these. Jesus mentioned the eighteen who perished in the Tower of Siloam in Luke 13:4 as an example as a major call to repentance. Just as the eighteen perished when the Tower of Siloam smothered them, so Pope John Paul II and all of the other fallen Roman Catholic popes and Mother Teresa perished when they cleaved to the damnable errors of popery. This sermon is a call for repentance, lest people perish for not repenting.
God’s wondrous mercy May the God of all mercy and grace bless and keep us all until the end. I have been blessed and my heart often burns within as I listen to the truth being proclaimed in the many messages on Sermon Audio By the Free Presbyterian Church.
ALARMING MUST HEAR Sermon! This is a POWERFUL teaching that is easy to understand as it is taught with clear, effective preaching.
I pray millions of followers of Jesus Christ will listen to this Bible Study Series and fully grasp the alarming significance of what is being conveyed in these messages.
This series can also be shared with friends, relatives and loved ones who have no idea what the catholic denomination and vatican govt. institution - truly - is about...