What does it mean to Savor Christ?
Jody Cleveland last edited by Jody Cleveland
Sermon by Pastor Cole Deike of Frontier Church in Iowa: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1633048806749055
@Elzelien-Sigmond @SR-Coker I am not technical at all but would this help you turning on the sound of this marvellous sermon? At the bottom right of this video is an icon of an audio amplifier (beside the number of minutes of the sermon). When one clicks on this icon and then scrolling the small slide upwards, the audio is then turned on high.
Shon A Bruellman last edited by
I'm having the same problem as others with the link to the sermon. It doesn't go anywhere.
To whom it may concern, a solution may be to replace the link to Facebook and go directly to the church sermon page and then scroll to the sermon entitled: "John 6:35-46"
I personally go to Pastor Cole's church and have been especially blessed by all the sermons in this series and believe you would be as well.
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Steve Griffith last edited by
@SR-Coker It does not work for me either.
@Steve-Griffith Please try the new link in the top post. Does this link work for you?
Rachel Gilpin last edited by
@Jody-Cleveland Thank you for sharing this morsel to savor. My soul and spirit were nourished by the words of God through this message this morning. Oh, that God would so purify my appetite that I would not have room for anything else but Him. Thank you, Jody!
@Rachel-Gilpin Amen to the nourishment and satisfaction that only Christ can bring.
Let us continue to look to Christ together and consider all that He has done/is doing on our behalf so that Isaiah 58:11 will be true for us:
"And the Lord will guide you continually and satisfy your desire in scorched places and make your bones strong; and you shall be like a watered garden, like a spring of water, whose waters do not fail."
So thankful to worship Jesus with you @Rachel-Gilpin.
Casi Cross last edited by
Wow .. what an amazing and beautiful thought: that before we are anything, we are gifts to the Son, from the Father .. and before us is laid out a banquet of what satisfies our souls. I desire the Bread of life over the bread that molds, and I am so very grateful to my Father for choosing me as a gift to Christ, and to Christ for taking the cup so I could have the Bread of Life!
Psalm 63 "O God, You are my God; I shall seek You earnestly; My soul thirsts for You, my flesh yearns for You, In a dry and weary land where there is no water. Thus I have seen You in the sanctuary, To see Your power and Your glory. Because Your loving kindness is better than life, My lips will praise You. So I will bless You as long as I live; I will lift up my hands in Your name. My soul is satisfied as with marrow and fatness, And my mouth offers praises with joyful lips.
Debbie last edited by
@Jody-Cleveland I couldn't find this sermon
@Debbie I pray you will be blessed by this sermon! I have just clicked on this link: https://www.frontierchurchdsm.com/one-long-chapter
and it is the sixth sermon down from the top of the page, April 30 2019, John 6:35-46.
N J last edited by
Hi, the link given directs me to April 30, 2018, John 6:35-46. However, the page is blank with nothing to click on for a sermon. Thanks—have a blessed day
@N-J Try this link: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1633048806749055
Peter T. Braun last edited by
@Jody-Cleveland There are some very inappropriate videos below this one that could cause some one to stumble. I agree with Shon who said it would be better to provide a link directly to the sermon on the church website to avoid Facebook's attempts to lead people into sin.
@Peter-T-Braun Thank you for the recommendation. I would have provided a direct link to the sermon from the church's website if I could but the church posts all their sermons on Facebook so links to a specific sermon (not the whole list) are going to be Facebook links. I hope that helps to clarify. Viewing through the church's website is definitely possible; you just have to scroll through the long list of sermons to find the right one.