Great Sermon! Wow! I was looking for help and a convicting sermon about my tounge,.. and the Lord led me right to it! Thanks you Br.Murray for telling it like it is in love. I really got a lot out of this and will download it to hear it again and get all those great Scriptures!
Oh Yeah! This is some good teaching and preaching! I really like how there is no wasted time in this man's sermons,.. it's non-stop Scripture teaching from start to finish. This sermon lays out sin and what to do about it. You will be blessed to listen to this then send it to your lost loved ones.
Extroardinary Message! Wonerful message, I believe the same message could be duplicated using our own President of the last 8 years. We have faced some of the 'same' changes, forced as a nation into the same sins.
However, since Tony Blair, is considering the Presidency of the EU, are we watching a making of a antichrist. I am not saying or naming this, I said 'are we seeing' it should be interesting.
A Cry For Mercy If you, like my wife and I, are concerned about our nation and our people in this dark and evil day, I urge you to hear this word and to forward it to all you know who are similarly concerned about the rampant godlessness in western nations today.
This message is about Great Britain but will apply to wherever you live. It is no accident that the man of whose legacy this is preached has become a Roman Catholic -- "by their fruits..."
Great Sermon! This is a most helpful study of Job's furnace of affliction and begs the question whether we are simply fair weather believers without true faith? Am I bowing to the Sovereingty of God, bowing to His all wise providence and bowing under His rod of affliction? The true believer will cry to His heavenly Father in the midst of the furnace: 'For he hath not despised nor abhorred the affliction of the afflicted...but when he cried unto him he heard'
'Call upon me in the day of trouble I WILL DELIVER THEE and thou shalt glorify me'
Best wishes Eloquent in dialogue. Exact in purpose. Excellent is closure. My feelings go out to the congregation in Stornoway. My hope is that he does not get too theological, but stays with his perfection in practicality. David., you have the true gift of delivery to a babe in truth. You must continue delivering sermons to the lost, and the beggar as i am.
Great Sermon! Our beloved Pastor Rev Murray is going to Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids as a lecturer.
We will miss him greatly and are thankful to the Lord for the time he has spent with us here in Stornoway.
However although it is very difficult for us to see him and his family leave our congregation, we will hopefully still see and hear him occasionally on sermonaudio at www.sermonaudio.com/hnrc.
A severe blow to sermonaudio, where Dr. Murray's sermons have provided some of the highest quality Biblical teaching I've heard, but the Lord has his plans and he is sovereign! I will pray for Dr. Murray in his new position and probably many of his students will be on sermonaudio in a few years!
Wow! Much needed message in this age! Ouch!! That smarts! In today's culture of entertainment this is a hard hitting message. I was a big movie buff for years. This really challenged me to analyze this activity in light of the what the scriptures teach.
Although concerning a different denomination, I am sure that the sermon below would greatly benefit and bless the congregation seeking prayerfully a new minister as they bid a sad farewell to their own greatly beloved minister- yet also a great encouragement to Rev Murray himself. It deals with a calling to America and then 17 years later how the Lord made His will clear to the church and the elders in a wonderful way of a calling back home to a particular church. I hope it would prove of interest in the Lord's Sovereign providence.
Testimony on Wed. Evening: Knowing the Will of God ¬Ľ 2/9/2000 (WED) ¬Ľ Revelation 1
A shocking message that will stun certain hearers This is so shocking and biblical I ask you to hear it and then attempt to defend watching movies! Remember your TV is now also the cinema/theatre in the home. This is a brave sermon in days when even some of the reformed camp are more prone to be avid TV watchers and cinema attenders than any previous generation and often vocal defenders! As a godly and great evangelist like Whitefield and the prince of preachers Spurgeon had so much to say against the theatre in their own days it is strange that so few have any warning in our own evil days where silence is golden for fear of criticism-is there now a spiritual climate change and for the worst? What a need there is for a God sent revival if only we could see our greatest need.
A big NO! Good stuff! The kind of preaching that isn't heard much anymore but needs to be. I'd add #9 to the list: Every dollar you give the film industry is a vote to keep producing more ungodly filth. The film industry knows wholesome movies sell more tickets than bad ones, but they still produce only a few wholesome films and use the profits to subsidize filth. So even buying tickets to wholesome movies (if there are any anymore) is voting for the bad ones.