Life changing! I'm 19 years old, have been saved since I was 12 and most of my Christian life I've been serving Micah for ten shekels and a shirt. I made God my means to an end but now I make God's glory an end to all my means. May the Lamb that was slain receive the reward of His suffering!
Crying for revival. Excellent message. Psalm 85:6, the text of the sermon. Differences between evangelistic campaigns of today and revival worked by God. Account of revival on the Isle of Berneray. At the end of the message, the story of Duncan Campbell's conversion. Difference between human faith and saving faith. Excellent plea for praying for and seeking revival.
Joy. The believer's prospect: full joy; the believer's position: friend of Christ; the believer's place in the world: hated by the world; the believer's power to live: through the Holy Spirit. Great lessons: if we do not obey the commandments of the Lord, if we sin, wrong the Scripture teaching or do not love the brothers, we have not fullness of joy!
Great love of Christ. The text for the sermon is the entire 21 chapter. The tenderness of Jesus seen in His visitation, investigation, manifestation, preparation, invitation, interrogation, revelation and exhortation.
Sanctification. The text of the sermon is Romans 6:1-14. A message about sanctification. Identification with Christ in His death, burial and resurrection; calculation - counting yourself death unto sin; presentation - dedication of yourself unto God for living for Him.
Great love. Powerful, passionate preaching. Great lessons: Christ's glorification, departure, new commandment, warning to Peter, consolation and revelation. In the Father's house there is place not only for great men like Moses, Paul, Augustine, Calvin and Spurgeon, etc., but for little ones as me. What a great love and grace of God!
Thanks be to God. As an 82 yr old English woman, - this amazing and surely blessed Sermon was a welcome breath of Spring, and I gladly pass it to others. God Bless Paris Reidhead and all who remain faithful to the Living Lord.
Doctrine of sickness. A study in the doctrine of sickness, different motives of sickness. The disciples are interested in the problem, Jesus in the sick man. Jesus is not only talking, but acting, healing the man.
Probably not what u think. If you are like me, you listen to recordings like this b/c it has many hits on it and think it must be outstanding. However, I want good expository preaching, like Dystra (sp?) and Trapp, etc. This text was just used as a title and the sermon jumped all over the place, often mixing metaphors I would call it (using walls of Jericho to prove a point? that had no relation to the text). I write this to save others time who are looking for good exposition of a passage: explaination, illustration, and application for today. This doesn't have it, but might be what some want to hear. I would classify it under "revival" or something, but not 2 Sam 6.