Serving God without compromise. Neemiah 6:1-4. Standing up and starting to build the Kingdom of God in your community, with a vision from God, in righteousness, without compromising with the enemy.
A Truly Powerful Sermon! His preaching reminded me of the later Rev Prof J. Douglas Macmillan. You can tell that this man had an ernest desire for souls to be saved. Stirred my soul to more fervent prayer for those preaching today.
Brillant ! This is starts off as if its just an ordinary sermon but whne Warren gets going he shows himself to be inventive, brillant and humourous. First time I listened to him and he is really good.
Valuable. Extremely Valuable. The label on this MP3 says "Holy Spirit" but probably was intended to say "Chapter 9, Romans 7" because the text being read is not the chapter on the Holy Spirit, which is chapter 8 of Nee's book.
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"The God of miracles is alive" Rev. Campbell has some good advice: "Beware of a cross that leaves you uncrucified." "We live to die." We are not going to a picnic, but a battle. May we "get to know our God."
ABSOLUTELY RELEVANT! Where are the men and women God uses as a means to preach the gospel for His glourious benefit and where are the men and women who use the gospel and God as a means of their own human gratification? Hearing this message, I've got a conclusion to 2 kinds of christians at the present age:1. christians that God is using as a means of His glorious end and 2. christians using God as a means to their humanistic ends. May we humbly ask ourselves where do we belong. honestly...
Great Sermon! GREAT life changing sermon !! listen to it first couple months after i was saved. Have listen to it several time since total helps me get God centered. If he would have started with "its not about you" could have been the purpose driven life sermon of the 80's. PRAISE BE TO GOD!!!!!!
One of the greatest sermons of our time! The first time I heard this sermon I reacted to what was being said. Not because it was wrong, but because it described EXACTLY my own "christianity" and revealed the humanistic selfishness behind it. I've heard it many times since, and it's still refreshing! To think that this was preached so long ago, God really used Paris Redhead in a great way, and will continue to use him through this message today!