Great Sermon! Before listening to this very interesting sermon, you may want to read Berkhof's Systematic Theology part 3, section II, B, 3 (p. 318 in the Banner of Truth edition) about sinless vs. impeccable.
Solid teaching on misused verse This sermon gives much needed, solid teaching on a verse that is misused by the word of faith movment into a blank check for getting things from God. By putting the verse in its context, both textually and theologically, this sermon explains what the verse really means. Good teaching for people who have been exposed to the charismatic/word of faith movement.
Great Sermon! Great message relating to the faith of the Old Testament saints. David outlines how the O.T. saints looked forward to the coming messiah and had their faith in Him for salvation. Similar views to Walter Kaiser.
Question worth considering It is contrary to God to give up "his people", but who are his people? All who have been baptized, or is more required? God cut off Israel in 70 A.D. in a horrific way, and Paul warns that Gentiles too can be "cut off" as well.
Great Sermon! This is a wonderful series on how to preach. This message will challenge the watcher to have an authentic active faith and will challenge your relationship and attitudes toward God, as has occured with me. This is a wonderful series even for the laiety, in aiding to understand some of the requirements of the call to ministry.
Fire Sermon! This is the Christian equivalent of the Buddha's Fire Sermon. The Buddha, of course, has no hope to offer. This sermon offers the hope of Jesus Christ to the sinners caught in the bondage of never-satisfied desires.
Great Sermon! What a wonderful presentation of the gospel, based on John 14:2, and the comfort of our eternal home and how to get there through Jesus. This is a sermon to save in a special place for many listens.
Execellent sermon against Pluralism Religious Pluralism makes a mockery of Jesus words that the way to heaven is narrow....by saying the road is actually broad. Rev. Murray's sermon defends the message of Jesus that the way to heaven through Jesus is narrow...not inclusive, exclusive not plural, one way...not many ways.
Great Sermon! The best thing about SermonAudio is the sermons from the deeply Reformed tradition of Scotland being available at a click in America. This is a great way to experience something few Americans will ever get to experience. I treasure it!
Great Sermon! Rev. David Murray is a treasure--I never fail to enjoy his sermons--Have
downloaded about 80 sermons per MP3 disk and send them to soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan on Military Blogs who express an interest on their posts-He is an inspiration--Great delivery---
Great Sermon! Minister, I loved this sermon (Judgement Seat of Christ), but more than that, I was greatly challenged and changed, and am mindful of the way I speak, and look at people, and even by the very thoughts that go through my mind. May we always be aware that this is still the day of Jesus' Mercy before He occupies that Seat of Judgement, May God continue to bless you with such powerful and life-giving words, in order that His people may be challenged, changed and blessed. Minister, continue to serve this great God of ours in the humility that I hear in your voice.
Sweetest Words! Sweetest Sermon I have heard having my soul touched by the Holy Spirit in such a way for a long, long time.
David, I do earnestly pray for continued confidence in your calling and election. That Jesus is magnified through your preaching, and that he confirms that assurance in your heart daily.
I love you my brother and am so humbly thankful to Jesus, our King.
Great Sermon! An excellent sermon! A very appropriate and Christian sermon dealing with the difficult topic of the differences between the Pope and Christ. Pastor Murray's excellent descriptions should be heard by all who desire to know the truth!