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Sermon "Yahweh" is NOT God's Sacred Name | Pastor Sam Adams
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Sermon A Study Of Dispensationalism Part One | A. W. Pink
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I wish SermonAudio would stay out of politics. This article looks like partisan hackery.

News Item8/25/15 7:52 PM
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pennned,

What is SV40?


News Item8/25/15 7:43 PM
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enough already wrote:
How long will Jim Lincoln be allowed to continue spewing out his endless rubbish?
As for this Lincoln Guy; he's got nothing to do now that the cigarettes are gone, and the wallpaper flowers have drooped and dried up. Why in the ole days one could watch Captain Kangaroo when there was nothing to do. But this Lincoln guy says ...

News Item8/25/15 7:39 PM
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Accounting3 wrote:
As for the question of whatever happened to Dolly, I believe one researcher described her as, "Tasty."
Was she ever?

I'd like to see this brain development in progress. This is news worthy enough for worldwide observation.


News Item8/20/15 11:51 AM
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pennned wrote:
amazing how far people will go to avoid eliminating aspartame from their diets.
Has anyone heard of "Dolly" the sheep recently? It has been many, many years since this event was first reported. Did this start in a petri dish? Was the public able to witness the development of Dolly?

Just wondering. Believe not every spirit. Try them.


News Item7/26/15 10:28 PM
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Like these short news in focus commentaries. Keep them coming!

Sermon9/6/10 1:12 AM
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“ I 2nd That :) ”
Yes, Mr. Bennett, this was a superlative sermon, but ohhhh, the sound-level was "a still, small voice." :) Having "loitered" around the Catholic Answer Forums for several months (I "arrived" there totally by accident, when I was googling something), I knew that their view of the eucharist/Mass was dead wrong, and I could've pointed out certain problems with it, but only in this sermon did you give me decisive "ammo" for pulverizing their nonsense (in my mind only, not there: they are armed to the hilt with Jesuistic "arguments," i.e. axiomatic statements that they hold sacrosanct, but which for an outsider constitute nothing more than the Party Line). Blessings, Seeker

Sermon6/20/10 11:01 PM
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What Lurks Beneath
Ricky Jones
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Very revealing!

Sermon5/22/10 2:35 PM
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Contours of Conversion
Ken Wells
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Very helpful to me. Thank you!

Sermon3/14/10 2:45 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This is probably one of the most profound sermons on Romans 1:18 that I have ever heard. "The essence of sin is a perverted perspective, by which we view ourselves in relation to God from the standpoint of a self-determining framework."

Sermon2/28/10 9:08 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
I listened to this sermon on you tube and it really got to me. The cross has power if it is preached as what is was, a killing instrument.

Sermon1/17/10 10:01 AM
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Only Wrath Removes Sin
Derek Carlsen
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“ Great Sermon! ”
"How can God have a relationship with a sin stained people and still be righteous?" Thank you for uploading your sermons.

Sermon1/4/10 12:33 PM
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The Preaching of the Cross (10)
Dr. William R. Downing
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“ Great Sermon! ”
"Man by nature needs law, and if he casts off God's law he'll implement his own law, which is contradictory, without grace, without forgiveness."

Sermon1/2/10 11:12 PM
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Sin from Within
Rev. William Kessler
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Another powerful sermon on sin, its nature and origin. Thank you for sharing it and making it available to all.

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Isa 55:6 Seek ye the LORD while he may be found, call ye upon him while he is near:

Acts 17:26 And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;
27 That they should seek the Lord, if haply they might feel after him, and find him, though he be not far from every one of us:


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The 1904 Welsh Revival
Rev. Gordon Dane
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“ Great Revival Sermon! ”
Thank you Rev Dane for this word on the wonderful response of God to his people in Revival. A response to earnest praying of hearts that love. Ask, Seek and knock and it shall be given unto thee. Pray for an outpouring of His Holy Spirit and Grace.

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What is faith?
How do I get it?
Like I can read a book about Julius Caesar, for example, and believe it. Does that mean I have faith in him (at least, that he existed and was who he and others said he was)?
Why is it so hard for me to have faith in Jesus? Why cant I believe the gospels?




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