Great Sermon! I enjoy listening to Peter Marshall's prayers from time to time in the evenings. Especially when the world may seem overwhelming to me, I like to hear his prayers. Thank you for this recording.
Great Sermon! I love major Ian - this is a sermon on the lead up to becoming a Christian and the sermon is based on the story of blind bartemeus. It stuck me when I heard this that good works should help us to point to the deity of Christ - we must be about our fathers business proclaiming the God man ( quite amazing gospel !).
Resurrection of Jesus is Proof for all men to beli The gospel is so simple when we go back and look in the book of Acts.
The Repentance was preached.
The wicked sin one must repent of to be saved is the sin of unbelief. John16:7-9
People have lost site of the proof Jesus resurrection as to who he is.
Easter should be every day.
The sign to Believe is the resurrection!
This is the Jonah sign for us. Matthew 12:38-41 and also look at John 2:22
Romans 10:9 Jesus is the Lord proven by his resurrection. Romans 14:7-9
All must repent Acts 17:30-31
I look forward to your responces
Great Sermon! Amazing sermon!
I have read so many quotes over the years by R. A. Torrey and have been so blessed.God gave me exactly what I needed in this sermon today. I am so very thankful. God Bless!
Great Sermon! A solid sermon for one looking for hope and encouragement for their prayers. I have been struggling very hard to find certain prayers answered and at times have felt so discouraged. I am a young man trying to recover from cancer and remain very fatigued; my family is not saved; my health is so poor that I cannot work; I have long desired to be a godly husband and have a Christ-honoring wife, yet at the moment seem the most un-eligible of Christian bachelors. It has seemed so impossible, and I have been going to the woods to pray every day for some time, though often finding so hard and discouraging. I have wanted to stop asking for anything at all, because I don't know if I am asking these things amiss, and because I struggle to believe that God will give me any of my requests. It has been a war. This sermon was of much help to me, preaching on Bible verses that are like the light of Elendil were to Frodo when he entered into Mordor... "I will rejoice over them to do them good" and "Men ought always to pray and not lose heart" and more.
Great Sermon! This message comes up frequently in Mr. Washer's sermons, basically that there are no truly great men of God. But in all honesty those who have done the most were extremely intelligent, brought up with character-building discipline (usually in a Christian home too) and from upper class families. Brainerd, Judson, Luther, Amy Carmichael, Spurgeon, MLJ, and more. All of these were wise and noble. Mr. Washer himself could have been a gas & oil lawyer so he should not claim to be below average in intelligence. When I hear these kinds of messages it just crushes me. I wasnt raised in a Christian family, I barely graduated high school, and I struggle with huge faults. It is hard to believe that God would use me. The only really normal people I know of who were greatly used of God were Gladys Aylward and the disciples of Jesus. Anyways, just my reaponse to this sermon.
Ear is for hearing. Something pricking your attention? Wheat like the Word of God? Or the wheat, believers, in contrast to the tares. Your fingertips are increased sensitivity ‚ÄĒ cleaning out the wax stopping up your hearing.