Incomplete Sermon Interesting sermon, but it cuts off in the middle of a sentence, so we can't hear the rest of what Brother Barnard was saying. How I wish I could have heard him preach in person. There are none like him today.
This Is A Duplicate Sermon This sermon is a duplicate of a sermon entitled "Who Is Going To Heaven" dated 1965. There is a 3 minute difference in the files, with this one being 56 minutes and the other being 52 minutes. This audio is better than the 2004 sermon. Those are the only two differences, but the sermons are the same.
Great Sermon! Lord, I acknowledge that I have nothing I have not received. Cause me to see and discern what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God. Give me a thankful heart and grace to walk worthy of my calling.
Great Sermon! One of the great doctrines of God's word, whom those wrestle with to their own destruction. Without it no son of Adam would be saved. He that glorieth let him glory in the Lord. Hear preachers try to explain it away through ignorance. Can't be done.
Grateful to see these gathering only for the sake of Jesus, bringing the free and eteranl gospel to all who can be a part of these ministries. Thank you all, in the name of the only Lord and Savior, Yeshua, Adonia, Elohim, Almighty God, Jesus Christ
Great Sermon! Thank God for His electing grace. Without it were would I be? Election preached as this was preached glorifies God. Thank God I can still hear these old preachers that have a concept of truth. I may not understand it all but I know who called me and saved me.
Great Sermon! I used the word twice that God had predestinated me to be conformed to the image of His Son and now I am not welcome at my home church. No election no predestination no holiness no being like my Lord. Well I will be like him at the Rapture of His church when He rids me of this vile body. Man has become such a free moral agent Holy Spirit conviction is almost a thing of the past. I am a sinner saved by grace. That sermon brought tears to my eyes.
Informative and inspiring This is a very useful and challenging historical presentation.
There is some knowledge, in some evangelical circles, about the pre-reformation and Marian persecutions of believers in England, yet the persecution of dissenters and Puritans in the times of Charles II, (the Restoration) is a chunk of history from which the modern church can draw out great benefit. The important trends underlined in this presentation, may sober up the modern church and help us reflect into deeper Christian reality.