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Sermon2/11/14 3:44 AM
Lisa from Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lisa
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“ Great Sermon! ”
I just love Thomas brooks - a reading from remedies from Satans devices.

Sermon2/8/14 4:40 AM
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“ Interesting. ”
Interesting study.

Sermon2/7/14 4:35 PM
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“ Gleanings in the Godhead ”
I wasn't aware, until today, that someone had narrated this. Gleanings in the Godhead consisted of two titles, The Attributes of God and this title. Some interesting facts about this. This was published by Moody Press near the time the pastor of Moody Church - Harry Ironside wanted the books of A W Pink to be gathered and burned. It is certain that Pink's works have sold far more than any Ironside commentary. He never would have supposed this since his magazine never had many more than 1000 subscribers. This book was my first introduction to A W Pink, in 1980. I didn't have a good church so my two pastors were authors - David Martyn Lloyd-Jones and A W Pink. There is a lot made of the title Knowing God by J I Packer. But in holding out God in His awful majesty and greatness - few books are equal to Pink's. (obviously Stephen Charnock was the master of this subject) I was so impressed with these words I memorized them. The god of the average pulpit no more resembles the Sovereign of Holy Writ than the dim flickering of a candle, the brightness of the midday sun. I didn't have a lot of light in 1980, I went from reading Watchman Nee to reading Pink. But I knew that God must be supreme and Pink had to be right.

Sermon1/31/14 3:59 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great sermons for every Pastor

Sermon1/27/14 7:55 PM
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“ Why Read Richard Baxter? ”
A Reformed Blog asked: What do you think of Richard Baxter? My reply was, Always come to your own conclusion. If you read, the Reformed Pastor, Now or Never, The Saint's Rest, The Christian Directory, Directions for a Sound Conversion, and his sermon in the Puritan Morning Exercises on Melancholy And Overmuch Sorrow, and you are not the better for it, and stirred up. the problem may well be with you. Those persons who are such great theologs that the ONLY thing they can tell you is that Baxter was not clear on justification probably can't name one of his books they read 10 pages in a row in if they were honest.This evening, while researching the titles of Baxter, I just learned something new. He wrote a preface to Joseph Alleine's Alarm to the Unconverted. I will begin narrating this tomorrow. There is enough unction in Baxter and Alleine combined to thaw this Michigan winter. Well at least the winter that shadows my heart.

Sermon1/23/14 5:49 PM
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“ Paul Bayne 1573-1617 ”
Bayne was a student of William Perkins and then his successor. His ministry was used in the conversion of Richard Sibbes. He is noted for the saying, beware of a strong head and a cold heart. None of his writings were published in his lifetime but 12 volumes appeared within 5 years of his death.

Sermon1/19/14 8:52 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Very good biblical challenge to much wrong teaching around today. We need to rightly divide the word of truth.

Sermon1/17/14 5:12 AM
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“ America's First Best Seller? ”
The comment from Princeton University is interesting, "Wigglesworth's epic poem (1662) is widely regarded as America's first "best-seller," though it was published long before that term came into popular usage. Composed of 224 ballad stanzas, the poem laments the "backsliding" of Puritans into sin and complacency and depicts the final day of Judgement (or "doom") as a series of dramatic confrontations between sinners -- meaning everyone -- and their God. 1,800 copies were published, none of which survive today; historians suspect it was literally read to pieces." sample: For at midnight breaks forth a light, Which turn’d the night to day, And speedily an hideous cry- Did all the world dismay. Sinners awake, their hearts do ache, Trembling their loins surpriseth; Amaz’d with fear, by what they hear, Each one of them ariseth. They rush from beds with giddy heads, And to their windows run, Viewing this light, which shines more bright Than doth the noonday sun. Straightway appears (they see it with tears,) the Son of God most dread; Who with his train comes on amain To judge both quick and dead. Wikipedia comments, "It was so popular the early editions were thumbed to shreds. No first editions are known to exist. The 2nd editions are exceptionally rare."

Sermon1/11/14 9:12 AM
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“ Great forgiveness. ”
This is a very blessed message about sin and forgiveness in Christ. I thank the Lord for this message.

Sermon1/8/14 1:30 PM
WES EUBANKS from MISSISSIPPI  Contact via emailFind all comments by WES EUBANKS
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“ Great Sermon! ”
THIS WAS SO HELPFUL

Sermon1/6/14 6:46 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great series worth listening to!

Sermon12/25/13 6:30 AM
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I formerly knew about all the pagan origins of Christmas, but as I spoke to others about them, I added that we need not worry, as long as we are remembering Christ's birth. Now I know better why I was wrong.

Sermon12/12/13 12:27 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Much to consider and ponder.

Sermon12/9/13 7:12 PM
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“ Is Christmas From Christ or Antichrist? ”
Thanks for the comment and encouragement B. McCausland. There is much more information about the Christ-mass holy day at "Christ-Mass (Christmas): A Roman Catholic Missions Strategy" at http://ow.ly/rxv0E or at http://www.puritandownloads.com/christmas-is-a-roman-catholic-missions-strategy/

Sermon12/9/13 7:58 AM
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Thank God for preachers like yourself who speak against this . Coming out of catholism can't understand why some preachers partake in pagan festivals where it's commanded not too . They say Rome is wrong but come this time of year celebrate it with Rome . Very sad . Praise God for opening my eyes . This will be my 2 nd year not celebrating . I don't feel like Iam missing anything . Just can't believe how long we celebrated this thinking it was the right thing to do . God word doesn't say to celebrate it , it doesn't tell us what day he was born why does man try to add to it .

Sermon12/8/13 6:10 PM
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“ thank you! ”
Well documented

Sermon12/7/13 9:31 PM
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“ Why meditate on John Owen? ”
A Christian friend asked me what I think is the biggest problem facing the church today? I said it is our comparing ourselves WITH ourselves and so we lower the standard. That is the very nature of desynthetization to think we aren't that bad after all. But when I want to undeceive myself and wake up out of my sleep, I read, meditate on, and narrate John Owen. It is never comfortable, but I feel it is always safest.

Blog12/7/13 1:06 AM
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Thanks for the comment and encouragement David. There is much more information about the Christ-mass holy day at "Christ-Mass (Christmas): A Roman Catholic Missions Strategy" at http://ow.ly/rxv0E or at http://www.puritandownloads.com/christmas-is-a-roman-catholic-missions-strategy/.

Sermon12/5/13 7:03 PM
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“ One Quote from this Book ”
It has been no uncommon thing for the subjects of the work, whose chief distress and anxiety antecedently arose from a sense of their being in the hands of God, unexpectedly to find them selves rejoicing in that very consideration — contemplating the glory and happiness of God, as an object of higher consequence, and more precious than their personal salvation ; and all this, while as yet, they have had no idea of having experienced any saving change of heart. The impressions were such on the minds of the CHILDREN, as led them to lay aside their customary diversions, and sometimes to pass their intermissions in prayer, reading, or religious conversation among themselves. Such as were capable, requested it as a privilege, that they might be allowed at school to read in their Bibles. Several of the scholars obtained hope respecting themselves — some under twelve years of age ; but the greatest number between twelve and eighteen. (Samuel Mills - 1798)

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David Buzulak from Spring Run Pa  Contact via emailFind all comments by David Buzulak
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Thanks for the sermon. I copied this 7 years ago in Texas when
my children were young. They, last night at revival, challenged
the traveling preacher if he celebrated Xmass. Well, they are
now listening to your message as they could not fully answer
the preacher who does celebrate Xmass. They are learning. And
we, again, thank you for the very, very biblical sermon.

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