gabi posted a comment · May 20, 2017
Dr. Brown my husband and I came upon your writings when the hyper grace movement infiltrated a church we were attending here in Dubai. At the time we were questioning our sanity and whether we were right according to scripture. We thank God for you and your unwavering steadfast efforts to get the truth out there no matter the dishonouring, lack of respect and downright attack you receive from some. Thank you for your faithfulness to bring light into a dark world. Thank you for your for courage and bravery to confront the moral issues of the day. Thank you for always trying to articulate your thoughts in such a gentle manner, firm in love exactly how scriptures asks us to. People are fickle and unreasonable at the best of times, everyone has an opinion and some are just mean and nasty. Keep up the good work for the Kingdom, we honour you today for who God made you to be and the impact you are making for His glory. Love and Blessings from the Middle East
Luci posted a comment · May 19, 2017
Dr Brown, I've been following you for a while now; I've read almost all your books and listened to your podcasts and videos, etc. But reading this article today I felt the need to create an account just to say that I love your work and I wish we had people like you in my country (Brazil). I've been tremendously blessed by your ministry. You are a voice of sanity in the midst of so much chaos and distortion within the church. The Jewish people truly are a light to the nations! Your ministry is always in my prayers, especially the outreach to the Jewish community. God bless you and your family!
Glenn Loewen posted a comment · May 16, 2017
There was a time I couldn't have related to you, but now can. Though I'm not a famous author or speaker; as a pastor I too have been the brunt of ridicule, mockery, and anger. I wonder if God doesn't use some of this to shape us. Another thing I'm reminded of is the story of the pastor who was intent on offending no one; and trying to please everyone. It was then that he really did begin to offend. It's impossible being a true messenger of the gospel without receiving some confrontation. Old John Wesley realized he had gone 3 days without any animosity. He wondered if he was actually out of the will of God and began to pray. Suddenly a brick comes flying over the hedge and he realizes he's still in God's will!