Great Sermon! I saw the video version of this debate years ago and I have to say that Joey Pipa blew Dave Hunt out of the water! As was said by another commentor on part 2 of this debate here on SermonAudio, It was a "Slam Dunk for Dr. Pipa." Pipa's arguments seem to come from an exegetical approach to Scripture while Dave's seem driven by emotion and maudlin sentimentalism.
One of the BEST sermons I have EVER heard This sermon is a MUST listen to sermon. It is the BEST sermon on the fall that I have ever heard. Dr. Beeke opens up this passage in such a way that only God can receive all the glory. Beautiful reminder of the grace of God.
Great Sermon! I listen to anything that Iain speaks or preaches on when I come across them. The "tbcmontville.org" site must be the most beautifully complete place for the hundreds & hundreds of sound (mostly Reformed) preachers/teachers. When a much younger man in the faith of Jesus, among some fine men of God that appeared at or about the same time frame...who helped me very much when I never had a good, sound local church to attend to, one of them I was led to soon on was Iain Murray and his fine bio sketch of CHS years ago moved me to read Spurgeon more and more & he (CHS) became a regular companion of mine via the 1,000's of sermons we are blessed to have by the Prince of Preachers.
This address by Iain on Spurgeon is even better than the earlier one that I spoke of from many yr ago. I heard some new material, more facts and had it been exactly as the other I would have loved it just as much...there being something great about good biographies that move me to pray, to be more like these before us who plodded on all their lives serving the Lord.
I love mostly the Banner of Truths 2 vol on CHS by far but found the G H Pike one and the Fullerton and Carlisle ones helpful as well for I cannot read enough of his sermons (now read on CD too!) nor hear/read his bio over anytime.
Deep Sermon! While with my human mind, I can't comprehend the dealings between God, Son, and Holy Spirit as to why I am a child of God, I give all my thanks that I have Christ Jesus as my Lord and Savior.
I will have to listen to this message a few more times to better understand Brother Murray's explanation. He does an excellent job, but it's me that needs greater understanding of this powerful message.
Thoughtful Sermon! Brother Eldersveld presents a simple, yet profound message that we all need to hear and follow. Time goes so fast and yet we have very little to show for it in most of our life. This is worth hearing regularly to give us a perspective of living a useful life as we wait for Jesus.
Important Sermon! It's too bad that this kind of message has to be given to people who are looking for spiritual help. But too many people are not doing enough examination of the religious organizations who are asking for money. One cannot give to any so-called religious organization until you check them out as to being truly a Christian church/agency doing the work of the Lord. Give your money to those who are truly of the Lord.
Great Sermon! Teaching on the 12 th and 13 th chap of Zechariah. Prophesy on end time revival- the recording is a little interrupted at times but worth listening to, as there are parts to revival that people don't always notice ( eg the removal of false prophets and the sending of the spirit of supplication).
Great Sermon! I heard about brother Steven Lee and mention his name in my prayers but never heard his interview before. This is my first one. I'm so happy. I just want to thank you sooo much for your wonderful work for Christ because of SermonAudio my life has changed. I've it on my IPhone it's easy and handy. I love it!!
You are in my prayers
May God bless you and your family and your work.
Thanks Steven This interview deserves further comment. Steve, you are an example to me of how little you draw attention to yourself, but desire to get good preaching in the hands of others. I remember making duplicate tapes, as many as 300 a year, with just a dual cassette player and handing out messages of my favorite authors one by one. Even this message SID=63003183934, I remember having made many cassettes of and once flinging one through the open window of a car that the owner was obviously a charismatic who was in a store getting groceries, and I landed it on her seat. But Steve is also an example of using his skill to serve the Lord. I can relate. I was trained in computers in 1987-1988, and first got on line in 1991. Even when I only had a service called Prodigy, it gave me a chance to meet Christians and send tapes out. By the time SermonAudio started, I had my own website on the history of the church for four years. I didn't even take notice much in those days, because the selections here were so few. But when I saw the names Jim Savastio, Albert Martin, and Alan Cairns, then it got my attention. When my own narrations were accessed 100 times in a month per sermon, that was a big month. Now I can have 300 downloads of a Spurgeon sermon in a day, and Steve has done us a great service
Sermon Audio History I wasn't aware of this interview until I was searching for reformed podcasts from my IPOD. I suppose I am one of those people that has been addicted to SermonAudio from the beginning, I continually find myself intrigued by how this all started. I know where Steve is coming from when he mentions real audio. I was the first person to ever put an Albert Martin sermon on a website using Real Audio in the days when I had to upgrade my hard drive to one gig and split the sermon in two to have any hope of uploading it before the 56k or less baud connection dropped my input. In those days all I had was Pentium 60mhz computer and a real desire to make it work. I think about the history of leaving comments here. I was the second person ever to leave a comment on a Paul Washer sermon when he was, for the most part, completely unknown here. But my most satisfactory contribution was in putting pressure on churches and brothers to broadcast here, James White and Phoenix Reformed Baptist, I.B.S.J. and Sugel Michelen, George McDearmon. Even though I may have close to 500 narrations myself on SermonAudio, it is not the opportunity to promote my narrations as to alert persons to great names like Stephen Charnock, William Gurnall, Joseph Alleine and more that Christ's name may be lifted up high!
Blessed message. This was a very blessed sermon! It presents 9 truths about the Holy Spirit, with more time given to the point that the Holy Spirit is He who works revival and reformation in the believer and in the church. The sovereignty of God in revival.