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!
Great Sermon! May the Lord reform England, Scotland, Ireland, America, Australia and those others who are bound by the Solemn League and Covenant of whom much blood was shed by Preachers who preached Christ and Him Crucified.
Tell Pastor David Murray to lead Scotland and England and Ireland back to placing Christ at the head of both His Church and His State, and all His earthly dominions.
In history, we know that every knee shall bow and let us start first with our own!
Great Sermon! The great commission- if I was to take but only 2 preachers as examples, George Whitfield and C H Spurgeon, messengers of the only hope for sinners...why would they go out into the world and preach CHRIST AND HIM CRUCIFIED if they didn't believe that it was God's great command to reach HIS elect by that very means? Do modern preachers believe otherwise? Street preaching is rare in England...O' that Pastors would be moved by The Holy Spirit to go out and reach the lost whilst there is a gospel time and gospel hope. Put away the pleasures of this world; throw out the t.v. set; and go out and preach as if Christ is coming within the hour or why preach at all? Live the gospel calling until like a McCheyne you are burnt out through gospel labours...then might God be pleased to bless once again these lands in the UK!
Great Sermon! As providence would have it I was reading today the story of the great Englishman William Tyndale who was called 'THE Reformation in England' in giving us the Scriptures in English-the ONLY guide into the truth of God's way of Salvation. I read of Tyndale's friend Thomas Bilney converted through reading the Greek new testament, "This is a true saying and by all means worthy to be received, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners." For his faith and desire to preach to the lost Bilney was burned at the stake in the Lollard's pit. Another friend John Frith was burnt for the sake of the gospel at Smithfield-He held out his arms to embrace the flames; they licked his body, slowly scorching his flesh until the blackened form slumped fprwad at the stake.
Jesus said, " Fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell." Matt. 10: 28.
We need today men with the spirit of the martyrs. Not perfect men but men convicted of the power of the gospel and not ashamed to preach it. Would to God that Pastors would look to their own left hand and to their own right hand and see ungodly sinners perishing-spiritually blind and dead rather than disorientated, willfull mockers
Let the fires preach! Praise God for such preaching and such a desire to warn sinners and see sinners saved from Hell.
I was reading yesterday of the many brave RAF Bomber crews of World War II. An elderly Officer warning boisterous new recruits: "Just look around you, to the man on your right and the one on your left, then remmember that only one out of the three of you is coming back alive!" How the recruits laughed nudging their friends on either side, but the fact was that by the summer of 1944 only one out of three had indeed survived. Of the shocking and terrible stories of burning men and destroyed aircrafts this testimony struck home. "A bomber had blown up on home landing-a 'flamer', the men called it-and all but one of the crew had scambled out. From the pyre came a sound 'unearthly and mind-destroying, like an animal screaming from some unbearable torture.' A verteran airman told how flames like that burnt out the eyes first, then the hands, and a man would be too disororientated to save himself...you haven't a hope in hell.
Powerful Sermon! What a powerful and compelling message concerning repentance. The yearning of Rev. Murray's heart is so moving, as he delivers God's commanding invitation to enter Life. My heart has not been so touched in a long time.