Great Sermon! Thank you, Rev Brown, for this word on the most excellent text of Romans 8 v 31. In times of plenty and in times of tribulation, this word from God has stood sure and steadfast in my small life even as it did for the giants of the faith such as that gentle man Philip Melanchthon and the others you mention.
Praise Him who is faithful above all. Amen.
The Plain Truth This sermon raises the Lord Jesus to the rightful place of pre-eminence. As one that He has saved from Roman Catholicism, I can say that Rev Brown's message will be helpful to any in that system who may be baffled by its many inconsistencies. The use of the RC Bible shows that RC church dogma stands in glaring opposition to God's plain and obvious word.
A warning against heresy. I found that "Lost message of Jesus" by Steve Chalke was translated and published last year in my country, Romania, in my own city, at a Christian publishing house, without a warning that it is a dangerous book. It is, as far as I know, the first liberal book published here at a Christian publishing house. I read these days the book and I discovered that Chalke transforms the salvation of Christ in a political-social message, denying many biblical doctrines. I began to seek for a message about Chalke on this site and found this. I am glad that God's people preach against this heresy. The message was a help for me to evaluate better Chalke's theology. Thank you!
Classic A perennial download! This sermon shows the unavoidable truth of the human conscience that everyone has, no matter how hard they try to deny it, and the implications of this truth in our lives, and how there is a savior to help us come to terms with what our conscience tells us about ourselves. This has all the makings of a classic sermon.
What Christ does for us This sermon is an excellent summary of the gospel message, concise and direct. If you have not heard the good news of what Jesus Christ does as our high priest, this is a good starting point.
Great Sermon! Hinn is a complete sheister,con artist,flase prophet and heretic....
anyone who can't see him for what he is need to acquire some discernment.
The number of people who are sucked in by the prosperity "teachers" is incredible.....last days deception at its absolute worst
Great Sermon! To the Rev Ian Brown and all who posted their comments inregard to Benni Hinn.As a child of God who loves not only Him, but all that has to do with His Kingdom,including His children and servants.It pains me to hear and read all that is writting against this servant of the most High God,Benni Hinn.I have listened to many Preachers preach,whether it be DT Jakes,Creflo Dollar,Jesse or any other well known preacher inclding Benni Hinn.I can tell you, I have not found any of them to be perfect,and rightfully so,for none under the sun is.I personaly think that we as the church would be of great service to the Lord if we could just find it in our hearts to stop this spiritual stone throwing at His ministers,cause realy this does not only hurt them, but the Master as well.need I remind you of the scripture:"touch not my annointed and do my prophets no harm".we are members of one body,born of the same Spirit,no man in his right mind would cause harm to his own body.A servant of God can make error whether to the interpretation of a scripture,doctrine or incorrect prophecy,that doesnt however make them fals prophets,that simply means that one has made a error inregard to scripture.according to the bible a fals prophet is not one who makes a mistake,its one who totaly denies Jesus.
Great Sermon! On sermonaudio comments it is sad to read the attack on the authorised version by Sovereign Grace believers. I was thinking of Ralph Overdal and his excellent biblical witness in the US and also the many AV excellent Protestant witnesses in the UK when I noted Rev Brown's sermon on Jude 3 and the two recent articles. I am glad we have such a UK witness in the same evangelical spirit and power as Rev Overdal- that is prepared to be vocal in the defence of the Gospel when the Bible is under attack by the ungodly and often misguidedly so- even by professing believers. If only all bible believers and ministries were similarly set for the defence of the gospel away from their comfort zones. The proclomation of the truth-proclaiming it-does sometimes occasion a biblical protest and willingness to pay the price of a loving contending for THE faith-where today in the west we still have liberty to preach the Saviour and persecution is in the form of a verbal cruel mocking rather than martydom. Good articles below-keep up the good work Rev Brown.
Two wicked parades
Jesus The Only Saviour
Encouragment for doubters This is an important and encouraging sermon for today's Christians. The doctrine of eternal security is being undermined, even though the Bible could not teach it more plainly. If you're confused about this issue, this sermon is a great resource.
All About Padre Pio The need for this sermon is great. Not only does Padre Pio have a following in Roman Catholic and Christian circles, he is often venerated by Hindus, Buddhists, and others who use his popularity to build a bridge to Christianity based on common ground. This sermon gives Christians a good background on Padre Pio (before listening, I knew the name but nothing else about him). Also, though, the ending of the sermon contrasts Padre Pio with others, helping to draw a sharp line of distinction. This is well worth the listen!
Great Sermon! Rev Brown's sermon asks the listener the question -- which has the Lord put in your heart, devotion to a decaying corpse or to the Living Saviour?
I hope this and others in the series will be heard by many and the Lord would draw them from the blasphemies of Rome unto Himself.
Great Sermon! Heard last Lord's day and an excellent message- packed with information and a must here!
There are american preachers with the same message as Rev Brown refers to Ralph Overdal whose sermons are also on sermonaudio.
Check out the church website: http://www.pccmonroe.org/Ecumenism/2008.04.14.htm
Great Sermon! What a powerful sermon. Not sure if the zeal behind Mr. Brown's sermon is the historical animosity between Protestants and the church of Rome, but it is greatly appreciated. Why can't American preachers be so forthright in pointing out that Bush is an Anti-Christ and not a true believer (according to his conduct). I can count on my hand how many sermons were dedicated to preaching against the apostacy of Rome and Bush.