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  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank so much for this sermon. It is so helpful and timely for me. May our Heavenly Father continue to guide you in His truth and the messages you bring to us.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for a wonderful sermon and the humor of your first time preparing for this season. May our Heavenly Father continue to bless you.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE

    Thank you Mr. Kubik for the updates of the international brethren.
    You, Mrs. Kubik and all those that are and will be traveling to the various parts of the world are in my prayers. It is exciting what our Heavenly Father is doing so others can come to know HIM and obey HIM.
    In your update you stated you will be visiting Vivien and Cathy Botha. Do you know if they are related to Daniel Botha here in the US? The reason I ask is because I am aware that Mr. Botha was having some health issues but have not been able to locate anyone who give an update. If you have or able to obtain any information in regards to Mr. Botha and don't mind sharing it would be greatly appreciated.
    Safe travels for you, Mrs. Kubik , and all those who are traveling

  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Good evening, thank you for this sermon. Each and every year I am given a better understanding of the Passover. But this is the very first time I have ever heard what Jesus went through explained the way you did it. Not to say it hasn't been explained that way before, just my ears and heart hearing it this way. Never before has a sermon made my heart hurt the way your sermon did. Intellectually we understand but this went beyond that. straight to my heart. I thank our Heavenly Father for giving you the wisdom , understanding and knowledge to present this message to us.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Good afternoon, Mr. Morrison Thank you for the sermon. It taught it me aspect of the scriptures I didn't know..the associating the offerings from the first testament to what they symbolize in our lives. But I do have a question. I am aware that Jesus told the disciples to say our Father, but there are also instances when Jesus prayed Father and not our Father (Matt.11:26-26, Matt.26:39,42, John11:41, John12:17-28, John 17:1,5,25). Is it wrong as an individual and alone in prayer say... Father, I come... or oh my Father help...? The majority of the time I do begin with our Father but there times when it seems more personal to say Father. Appreciate hearing your response.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for the sermon. I enjoyed listening to it and will listen again to take notes. One thing you did do for me, was to indirectly answer a question that I had as to why we close our eyes and bow our heads instead of looking up. My thoughts were, when we talk with our human parent we look at their faces, why not look at our Heavenly Father, when we talk with him. To me looking up is so much more personal. Thank you so much.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Good evening Mr.Graham, I enjoyed your sermon. Each day I ask our Heavenly Father "what can I do to serve you better?" Are you the same Mark Graham that wrote some of the hymns in the WWCG hymnal and are in the UCG hymnal?
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Hi Bill, I enjoyed your sermonette. Although I am aware of the clean food laws and do follow them, there is one thing I have been totally overlooking...Genesis 7:2. All these years my thought was 2s for all animals. Reading too fast or going off half learned. Thanks again for the sermonette
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Good evening Mr.Aust, I enjoyed listening to the sermon on fasting. In Matthew 4:1-10 it speaks of Jesus fasting and HIS responses to satan. It mention in Matthew 4:2 And when he had fasted forty days and forty nights, he was afterward an hungred. 4 But HE answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. But nowhere does it mention anything about water and I was curious as to why.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you for this sermon. I've listened to it several times and really hit home for me. There was a time when I spent the majority of the day listening to sermon after sermon and studying. Then one day it was gently brought to my attention by a minister's wife, that there wasn't a balance in my life. After giving it a moment of thought, I had to agree with her. Yes, I am still listening to a sermon and study, but I also spend time communicating more with others, taking the time to learn their needs and helping in whatever way I am allowed. Once again, I thank you. Have a very blessed Sabbath
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you Mr. Hannaway for this very timely sermon. As I was listening, I truly realized how much more empathy I need to develop. Thank you again.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE

    That truly is a blessing and miracle. I give thanks to our Heavenly Father for HIS great love, grace and protection.

  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you so much for this sermon. oh yes it is very important for us to be in the first resurrection to help our families and friends to understand the great opportunity they have been given. I am aware there are some things that we don't have answers for just yet, How does this scripture apply to those who were baptized and turned to sunday ? Heb.6:4 For it is impossible for those who were once enlightened, and have tasted of the heavenly gift, and were made partakers of the Holy Spirit, 5 And have tasted the good word of God, and the powers of the world to come, 6 If they shall fall away, to renew them again unto repentance; seeing they crucify to themselves the Son of God afresh, and put him to an open shame.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    This is truly a very encouraging sermon for us all. I was at the 8th day when you gave this sermon, but listening to to it again, I hear some information I didn't hear on the 8th day. I thank our Heavenly Father for inspiring all who speak HIS truth.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Thank you Mr. Webber for this great sermon. It is one I've listened to multiple times. We must take back the birth of Jesus that has been kidnapped by society and accept/embrace it for it actually is. without the foundation we cannot stand.