Wasted years and time mis-used: can we turn the clock back and do it all again? Of course not. There are no "do-overs" as far as this earthly life is concerned. But, there is a word of comfort from God to those who might otherwise despair over their wasting of time and of life: "I will restore unto you the years that the locust hath eaten..." But how? This message provides the answer........
Great blessing. This message was a heart searching and a hope giving message for my soul today! I thank the Lord for it!
from Deerfield Beach, Florida
Powerful Sermon! Brother Stephen gives us a positive view on how we can benefit from the rest of our lives, even after wasting so much of it. I look back and see how I misused 90% of my life, but since becoming a child of God's I've been blessed with many Spiritual gains in the past couple of years since being "born again." I now see how my remaining years will give me more than all the years I've lived thusfar. It will all be worth it from now on doing the work of the Lord.
Mike Jeshurun (1/27/2013)
Great Sermon! A very powerful and encouraging sermon for backsliders like me! Oh only our God can restore the years which the locusts have eaten. This is another one of those things which is beyond man, like raising the dead! Wasted years are like 'water under the bridge', but our Lord can bring that water back. For with God ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE! This is a great sermon which gave me hope. God bless you dear Pastor!
dale taylor (8/14/2012)
Great Sermon! Thank you for the tears after listening to your sermon. Truth always cleanses the heart, soul and spirit. God bless you. My heart's cry is to glorfy Jesus Christ and to do His perfect will with all the days I have - Dale Taylor
from Colorado, USA
Great Sermon! This was very good and very encouraging to me - I did need to hear this.
I am trusting God to see what he will do.
Lia Leigh (5/15/2010)
Great Sermon! Powerful prophetic anointing on the preaching of God's Word!
from Visiting CA
Great Sermon! Thank you,Rev Hamilton, for this encouraging message about our God's sovereign ability to save to the uttermost those who place their trust in Jesus as Saviour and Lord, and the requirement of sincere repentance in this process. No matter that the wasted years be few or many, the contrite heart that comes to our dear Father is assured of rebirth in His kingdom and restoration of the past wastelands. A warning,too,about redeeming the time because the days are evil when spent outside of God's salvation in Christ.
Geoff Bishop (12/16/2002)
from Sydney Australia
Great Sermon! This sermon has been such a blessing to me. It exactly identified my need, answered my questions and gave life to my despair and feeling of hopelessness.
God bless you I intend to listen to many more of your sermons. This particular one has really been the catalyst for the much needed change in my christian life.