It's Very Long, But It's Extremely Useful I listened to this lecture about 3 years ago and then re-listened to it the other day whilst I was cleaning the windows in the flat where my wife and I live. I was struck by how much I had taken in the first time I had listened. Before re-listening, I couldn't have told you where the things I remembered came from, but it was from this lecture. Things such as reading the Bible so much that all of your illustrations should come from it; things like going out and exercising instead of getting fat and lazy; things like being careful what you watch, etc. It is one of the best Paul Washer talks and I've heard him speak on many things now. Very, very useful indeed and very exciting to listen to.
The Most Important Sermon for This Century? Ray Comfort has outdone himself. He's stumbled upon an amazingly simple but neglected principle for leading people to the Saviour. And he's taken pains to really put it into practice in his own life and to explain with outstanding clarity what he wishes to share. Ignore what Ray says at your peril.
One of Leonard's Best It's no wonder this is one of Leonard's most popular sermons on here. It's a passionate, pleading reminder of the reality of Hell and how we should live as Christians in light of the billions of people heading to this awful place. No-one can preach like Leonard when he truly gets hold of a truth.
Such A Powerful Reminder About Faith Leonard had such a remarkable preaching gift. I've been listening to him for about 4 years and his influence on my life has been immeasurable. I thank God so much for him and this sermon really gets to the heart of a lot of his ability and his beliefs in God and God's power. He encourages us in faith an awful lot and doesn't pull his punches. If more humble men would preach like Leonard, we'd shake more people.
Great Sermon! This series on God's sovereignty was just what I needed again. I love listening to John. He is a superb Bible teacher. His is very easy to understand, extremely imaginative and passionate. I love also that his insights are often so unique. He tends to see things other preachers don't see. Here is a man who loves his Bible and his God. We can learn much from him.
One of the Most Important Messages on SermonAudio I have listened to Ken Ham's lecture here about 3 times now. It is excellent and perfectly spot on. Ken Ham has been gifted by God to see these things in such a crystal clear way and he has so much ability to be very engaging and simple enough to follow. Regarding the doctrine of the authority of God's word and in light of how bible teachers interpret Genesis 1, this is certainly one of the most important messages on SermonAudio!
Great Teaching Voddie is a really good Bible teacher. At the moment, I prefer listening to him more than anyone else. He always gets straight to the point and he is so passionate. He is crystal clear in his presentations too. I think he is a Bible teacher that many preachers can learn from. You won't get bored listening to Voddie! He makes the Word of God fresh!
Great Message and very Accessible Michael Phillips is a talented speaker. This message proves it. He preaches to children and to adults on this very solemn topic and it packs a punch! His explanation of the passage is very good and the relevance for children and their parents is made obvious and clear. Not many men would be bold enough to speak this frankly to children whilst their parents are present. And not many men would speak to the parents about their parenting skills with the children present. Excellent, courageous and I'm sure God has used it wonderfully behind the scenes.
Excellent and Stimulating Lecture This was a really good lecture. It was full of relevant information and delivered in a passionate manner. Michael Phillips is a very gifted Church historian and presents Church history in a wonderfully exciting way. Praise God for him! This one of Wycliffe is especially helpful because there is so little known about this mighty man of God. Yet it sounds as though this man was as vital to the Reformation as Luther and Calvin.