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Sermon3/9/07 9:29 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Bless you Rev. Brown for revealing how Dr. Graham is going down the wrong path. I can remember when he was a very effective preacher before he ever backed the apostate whore of Revelation. Now he and Pat Robertson are both losing the good name they used to have. Every time I hear on the news media that Pat Robertson has said another non-Christian remark, I have to wonder "what was he thinking of??" Now even Paul Crouch of TBN embraces the abominable pope. Are all the Christian leaders in the public eye going to go downhill and fall in with that antichrist pope?? Something to think of.

Sermon3/9/07 7:10 PM
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“ Excellent Facts ”
I fully agree 100% with this Sermon.

Sermon3/9/07 1:57 PM
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Thank you, Rev. Ian Brown for bringing forth a message long overdue! I never dreamed I would live long enough (60+) to see these days when what was deep in the closet just 15-20 years ago is now openly flouted for all to see. How does one witness to such a one who is convinced his/her lifestyle is "ok"? Too few are sounding the warning that this is satanic and a warping of God's holy sanction of the marriage of one man to one woman? In America, a gay couple can now adopt children. I pity the child that greets his/her "parents" "Good morning ma...ma or pa...pa." The next generation and all preceeding generations will accept any and all abominations. This ought to wake God's children to the fact that these are the last days of apostasy. The apostate church does not speak against it...who does anymore?? I can not even watch TV but am now listening to more from Sermon Audio. It blesses. Continue the good work of God. It is BADLY needed!

Sermon3/8/07 8:14 AM
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“ Not after inflation... ”
I wanted to be a millionaire when I was growing up, but with inflation since then, it's not as great as it once was. The good news is, God never changes and his salvation never loses his value like currency does. The questions in this sermon are important to ask yourself.

Sermon3/2/07 9:57 PM
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Will Christ Return?
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Almighty God could unleash the sun. Unrestrained, this heat could melt everything! Terrifying thought! Just one of God's lightning bolts can burn hotter than anything on earth. All those unbelievers, there you have your big bang!

Sermon2/28/07 6:46 AM
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“ A touching encouragement ”
This sermon is a touching encouragement for Christians - highly recommended!

Blog2/16/07 3:15 PM
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Part of the text used by Ms Andrews in her sermon used, it appears from this extract, to confuse rather than enlighten, comfort and exhort her audience reads "And being warned of God....they departed....". Is her own choice of text prophetic with regard to the current large exodus of people from PC-USA and similar organisations? Are those remaining a sad case of the blind being led by the blind?

Blog2/15/07 8:05 PM
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It's clever to play the martyr when speaking to friendly audiences; works up audience sympathy. But she was right on one thing: ID is Aristotelian philosophy, by way of Thomas Aquinas. It has a MAJOR weakness: even if it proves a Designer exists, it doesn't prove YHWH exists. Maybe Zeus or Shiva designed DNA. Catholic evidentialism is a logically inadequate apologetic system; skeptics really have nothing to fear from it.

Funny you should mention G & S, since Gilbert may have believed Darwin too, or at least wrote like he did:

Pooh-Bah: "I am, in point of fact, a particularly haughty & exclusive person, of pre-Adamite ancestral descent. You will understand this when I tell you that I can trace my ancestry back to a protoplasmal primordial atomic globule. Consequently, my family pride is something inconceivable. I can’t help it. I was born sneering. But I struggle hard to overcome this defect. I mortify my pride continually." - The Mikado, Act 1


Blog2/15/07 7:21 PM
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"I've been demonized for being a woman, and demonized for being partnered with a woman...."

The Unitarian Universalists..???

Is this from a Gilbert and Sullivan opera ??


Sermon2/14/07 1:48 PM
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“ Clear Exposition ”
This is another clear exposition of Bible truth from Rev Brown. Zimmerman and his followers appear to allege there is a dichotomy between belief in God's word and science, but this is not so. There is of course a very wide divergence between what they believe (evolution, including "theistic evolution") to be established scientific "fact" and the Bible, especially Genesis ch 1 to 11. This message gives the lie to this false and godless system on several fronts. The system of evolution with its inherent racism and social degeneracy can here be seen to be in total opposition to God's word. Its assertion that humans are progressing upward morally and in every other way can only be seen as pathetically untrue. That certain "churches" can subscribe to this devilish drivel speaks volumes about the predictions in Scripture of the falling away in the last days. Proverbs 16 v 6.

Sermon2/14/07 7:28 AM
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“ A Good Defense ”
Pastor Brown has mounted a good defense of the truth in the face of evolution-ism, the belief system that everything has evolved from nothing. I'm interested in this because I come from a computer science background, but have always been interested in biology and genetics. To a software developer, DNA is a marvel of complexity that would be difficult (or impossible) for us to design, and frankly implausible to have evolved from nothing. Don't check your brain at the door when dealing with evolutionists. What they're basically saying is that information emerged from randomness. If this was possible, we would not program computers. We'd turn them on, fill the memory with random values, and let programs emerge. The only difference is, DNA is more complex than our computers.

Blog2/10/07 2:49 AM
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What qualifies us to judge Benny Hinn. Hmm! We judge the fact that he visited Kathryn Kulman's grave. He felt the anointing when he was there. Is this necromancy? No, if it was, he would have to have some kind of contact with her actual dead body. There is nothing wrong with visiting the place where a person has died. People do it every day. Let's go further. In the bible a dead man was placed into a tomb where Elisha's body was layed. That man instantly was raised from the dead. This showed that the anointing on Elisha's body was legitimate. 2 Kings 13:20-21

Sermon1/31/07 5:56 PM
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“ Gripping Account of God's Power ”
The life and times of John G Paton are brought to life by Pastor Brown's bard-like ability to make the pages of history come alive. Paton's story is humbling and inspiring, and shows the power of God to change lives even where civilization and religion are totally unknown. It's worth taking an hour and exploring this man of God's experiences in the New Hebrides.

Sermon1/31/07 9:05 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
If you are like me and did not know who Paton was, you might want to read: http://www.bunton.id.au/patontre/life.html before you listen.

Sermon1/31/07 5:26 AM
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Glad to have a message on Paton whose bio. is amazing, to say the least. Especially interesting is that January 28th was the 100th anniversary of his death. NEXT December 21st{2007} is the 200th anniversary of the death of John Newton. Please give us a bio of him on that date as well! :)

Sermon1/27/07 6:05 AM
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Pull Down The Barricades!
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“ Woe to an improverished gospel ”
Among other things in this sermon, and the intense week of messages it's from, is a call for the true gospel to go out in the face of Joel Osteen, and other impoverished forms of the gospel where the good news about sin and salvation by grace are scarcely or never heard. I didn't realize how impoverished what I was hearing on the airwaves and television was until I found messages on sermonaudio.com about the true gospel.

Sermon1/21/07 12:56 PM
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God's Firm Foundation
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“ Great Sermon! ”
What is your firm foundation? My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus' blood and righteousness on Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground is sinking sand. Who is your own confidence and firm foundation? A blessing to hear!

Sermon1/21/07 12:52 PM
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Do You Doubt Your Salvation?
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“ Great Sermon! ”
A helpful sermon on the one sure hope and anchor for our eternal soul!

Sermon1/20/07 4:36 PM
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Do You Doubt Your Salvation?
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“ A classic-what the Bible says about your security ”
The security of someone who trusts Christ seems to be a perennial question, and this timeless, classic sermon answers it definitively from the Bible. If you're surfing the Internet looking for answers on this important topic, this is a good resource about eternal security because it looks at what the Bible says about the character of God and the nature of His promises.

Sermon1/17/07 4:33 PM
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Give Me A Blessing!
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“ A Year With Othniel and Achsah ”
A great encouragement to be aggressive in getting a blessing - but in a Biblical way through study and supplication, not in the greedy health and wealth gospel sense.

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