Jesus on Divorce
Reverend John Martin, III diligently and faithfully expounds upon the most profound words of the Christ. You will find John Martin loyal to Jesus and faithful to Matthew’s god-breathed text. It is as if Reverend Martin forces the text through the winepress and firings forth a rich glass of royal vintage that firings honor to the King of vineyard. Pastor Martin is faithful to his maxim that "theology is practical" Maintaining His high view of the church and his love for the Lord’s sheep, John Martin imparts the Lord’s Prayer and the Beatitudes in a manner that exhorts the Christian, "This is the way, walk ye in it" Is Martin a moralist as so many who take on these passages? God forbid Martin is no moralist, He presents the beatitudes of Jesus as the characteristics of those who have partaken of the new birth. I have heard these sermons. They are robust and powerful. Reverend Martin has the fire of Knox, the precision of Calvin, the compassion of Luther, the humility of Edwards, and the potency of Rushdoony. May our gracious Lord Bless your understanding of His word as presented by His servant, John.