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Airdrie Reformed Presbyterian Church
Andrew Quigley  |  Airdrie, Scotland
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Sermon12/13/07 1:17 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
I Love this sermon. I will pass it on to others, this is must hear for all. A message of accountability in preparation for personal judgment, that will come to all.

Sermon12/3/07 9:26 AM
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“ If you know the true, you can avoid the false... ”
I've heard that treasury officials learn what real money looks like so it is easy to spot counterfeit money. This series teaches the Kingdom of Christ -- so it's easy to spot routine and false religion by comparison.

Sermon12/3/07 9:25 AM
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Theology of God #1- God Speaks!
Andrew Quigley
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“ A spring in a dry land ”
This series on the basics of Christianity is a spring of fresh, pure water in a dry and polluted land. We're living in a time when so many voices make so many claims to teaching the Christian truths that it's easy to be confused and misled. This series goes back to the Bible to teach the basics about the historical, Biblical Christian faith. I can't recommend this enough. I wish I had had it a decade ago when I was hearing so many different voices.

Sermon11/5/07 2:09 PM
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P.A.U.L. Acrostic
Rev. Richard Knodel
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“ Memorable ”
P=Polluted, A=Agonizing, U=Uncompromising, and L=Loving - a memorable summary of Paul's life and ministry adapted from a sermon by Dr. John Gerstner.

Sermon11/5/07 12:01 PM
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“ A gospel message ”
While this message is aimed at the young people hearing it, it's also a call to anyone listening to consider very seriously if they are reconciled to God. A question many religions try to answer, but what is their authority? Here, the pastor lays down the gospel so clearly that any listener can pick it up.

Sermon10/15/07 12:17 PM
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“ Changing how you view religion ”
This series on Malachi will change how you view religion. Although it's aimed at Christians -- both those involved in routine religion and those who are trying not to be -- the messages may be of interest to those who don't believe, because they show clearly that what passes for "religion" in society is not true, Biblical Christianity. If you've ever felt like you're missing something when you examine Christianity, you may very well be. This series will show you the difference between Biblical Christianity and what passes as modern, materialistic "Christianity".

Sermon9/23/07 3:54 PM
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What Makes A Nation Great?
Andrew Quigley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amen! This sermon is appropriate for America, as well as Scotland. May the Church once more desire to walk in the ways of God. I pray others who are concerned about the decaying culture in their nation will listen to this sermon.

Sermon9/17/07 4:01 PM
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“ A challenge ”
Although Malachi was addressing God's people with God's word it is still relevant for the Christian Church today. Rev. Quigley's preaching on the problem the Church is currently facing is directed to the leadership with the challenge not to fear man but to fear God is powerfully presented.

Sermon9/17/07 6:43 AM
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“ is there one among you who might shut the doors? ”
Until this sermon, I was getting into this series, rooting for the pastor as he went after "them" - the unnamed leaders who were responsible for turning aside from the way, causing many to stumble, and corrupting the covenant. I was lamenting the state of religion in America, where pastors aren't afraid even of men any longer. But I had to check myself, because this sermon hits close to home, talking about known sin that hasn't been repented. (Going back to Rom 6:20-23.) What am I doing with my time and money? Am I as close to the way as I ought to be, or close to the world? All the more convicting to hear so much about "them" and then have the spotlight turned on me!

Sermon9/4/07 6:24 AM
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“ Praying Pastors Must Listen To This ”
If you're praying for revival, and yearn for direction, this sermon series on "Routine Religion" may help. Rev. Quigley gives the listerner concepts which may enable the praying pastor to add program to his godly yearnings. I found the last third of the message particularly powerful and helpful. His insight into the text with Malachi's idea of "closing the doors of the churches" was street preachable! I loved it. Just the phrase "Routine Religion" is magic for a series! All of us need to find ways of breaking our godly, conservative folk, OUT OF THEIR ROUTINE RELIGION! The orthodox church must find a way to challenge Satan in our day. This series is really helpful! You could easily adapt it to your own situation.

Sermon8/19/07 12:27 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Mr. Wilberforce's passion for the lost at home and abroad made me ashamed of myself for not praying and witnessing as I should. In the midst of persecution he kept on going be cause he kept his on the prize of the high calling--Christ Jesus and he was not ashamed nor did he care what people he just prayed and saw Christ transform.

Sermon8/9/07 5:24 PM
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“ Before watching "Amazing Grace"... ”
I re-listened to this sermon before watching the film "Amazing Grace" which tells of the life of William Wilberforce. It was a great reminder to me that Wilberforce's motivating force was the glory of God - he was absolutely driven by it. The film was excellent; but there still is the tendency to feel that it was about the slaves. For Wilberforce, it was about God. And he was passionate about not only saving lives, but saving souls.

Sermon8/6/07 7:00 AM
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“ Counterculture insidious subversive message ”
Let me warn you that what this sermon says is, frankly, subversive and would radically change anyone who put them into practice. While taking the suggestions he makes directly from the Bible, Pastor Quigley advances ideas that are completely 180-degrees against a culture that prizes religion as entertainment and personal gain, and treats people as a means to an end. Should this material somehow get leaked into mainstream religious circles, I think it would be banned and the ideas denounced. Giving people room to make mistakes and grow? That won't catch on. Keeping centered on Christ? Might crimp fund raising a little.

Sermon7/30/07 6:24 PM
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Can women be ministers?
Rev. Richard Knodel
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Dick, This is great stuff. Very encouraged to hear your passion and heart for the gospel truths. Keep on keeping on Jonny

Sermon7/30/07 7:11 AM
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'The nutty side of sin'
Rev. Richard Knodel
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“ Great Sermon, strange title! ”
"Nutty" is not in the sense of slapstick humor, but in the sense of not making sense. The downfall of Saul is examined to see a normal, mentally healthy person being blinded by sin and wrong thoughts, and serves as a warning about the power of sin to deceive.

Sermon7/24/07 12:13 PM
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Why Care #1 - About My Life?
Andrew Quigley
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“ Who cares? you should.... ”
This is some of the most passionate Biblical preaching. The messages were given at a camp where there was no PA system (apparently, at least that's what it sounds like), so it demands your careful attention in spots. In the main the recording has good quality. The preaching is outstanding, the sort of thing young (or old) people need to be hearing in these times. The truth about salvation, and the reality of Hell, are presented clearly to those who do not know Christ or who are nominal about it. Then, for those who do, exhortation and teaching follow, the kind of message you just don't hear anymore. Well worth listening to and passing on to young people who need to hear it.

Sermon7/15/07 3:37 PM
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Can women be ministers?
Rev. Richard Knodel
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“ Not just for wives ”
This sermon starts out, in a sense, about husbands and wives - but goes on to include the whole church of God; no matter who you are or what your role is, you will be encouraged to 'minister' wherever God has placed you. It all comes back to serving Him.

Sermon7/9/07 7:43 AM
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Gifts
Rev. Richard Knodel
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“ Truth about gifts ”
In talking about gifts, this sermon goes back to Exodus and discusses the Hebrews and how God gave them the riches of Egypt to start a new nation. The event in Exodus is frequently used by Word of Faith and prosperity gospel preachers to illustrate their false doctrines of personal wealth and greed. The truth is much different, and this sermon talks about God's gifts and his sovereign purpose for them, and shows how the events of Exodus are part of God's plan for his own glory. It's good to hear the truth!

Sermon6/27/07 7:31 AM
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“ Young people - listen up - take notes! ”
There's a message-within-the-message addressed to young people (anyone under 30) here - please listen - benefit from what God has put in his word for you. The world will entice you with temptations, but what the world never tells you is the consequences of its pleasures. That part is always left out. The world's pleasures just aren't worth it in the long run.

Sermon6/12/07 7:16 AM
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What do you make of your chances?
Rev. Richard Knodel
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“ Monument! ”
The pastor is talking about a monument in this sermon, and it's probably not a coincidence that this message was brought the same week of the historic conference that brought Dr. Alan Cairns to Stornoway. The message of the sovereign God is still being preached around the world. There's still time for salvation!

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