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Ballston Lake Baptist Church
Pastor George McDearmon  |  Ballston Lake, New York
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Sermon2/18/14 3:41 AM
Wayne from Rothbury, Northumberland  Find all comments by Wayne
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Sermon:
The Hearing Ear
Albert N. Martin
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“ Great Sermon for any with hearing problems ”
I was blessed to hear this message this last Lord's day and then on Monday received the Trinitarian Bible Society 'Quarterly Record Magazine' with the following article: 'Deaf People Hearing': And in that day shall the deaf hear the words of the book, and the eyes of the blind shall see out of obscurity, and out of darkness. Isaiah 29.18 http://www.tbsbibles.org/pdf_reports/259-1.pdf#page=32 'you say but I am so deaf: the older I grow—not just in a natural sense but spiritually too—the harder of hearing I appear to be. Take heart, take heart: the day is coming that the words of our text will be fulfilled with glory and perfection, because ‘in that day shall the deaf hear the words of the book, and the eyes of the blind shall see out of obscurity, and out of darkness’. Then you shall see the King in his beauty, and will hear His voice; and together with the elect, bought from every tribe and from every nation, you will exalt the King and magnify His grace for ever. Amen!'

Sermon9/6/13 8:00 AM
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Sermon:
The History of the Ballston Lake Baptist...
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
I listened to this for the 2nd time yesterday. There is a lot to comment on, but the words that affected me the most is an answer to the question, "what will it take for there to be a second generation of this church." Answer: As to our future prospects...perhaps the greatest danger not only to this Reformed Baptist Church but to Reformed Baptists generally...is the turning of the grace of our God into licentiousness. An incremental, subtle antinomianism, but that Reformed Baptists who know their confession will never admit, but in terms of their willingness to play with the world and to cover it illegitimately with the doctrine of "Christian Liberty," Since this message was preached in 1997, those of us who are witnessing the next generation 16 years later can assess for ourselves whether these fears have become, in some cases, reality. But what is interesting is to hear the assessment of a present generation about the preaching of the previous generation and I have certainly heard a "revisionist history" about the old paths we treaded and the seen some of these pastors marginalized.

Sermon7/25/13 4:09 PM
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Sermon:
Dorcas, Female Disciple
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Beautiful teaching!

Sermon7/22/13 8:49 PM
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Sermon:
A Crucified World
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Excellent Sermon! ”
Paul has always been someone who I would look to for answering difficult questions, and Pastor George did a great job presenting Paul's walk in this world.

Sermon7/19/13 10:08 PM
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Sermon:
Modern Tower of Babel
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Excellent Sermon! ”
Pastor George gives a strong, thorough explanation of how postmodernism fits in with the modern tower of Babel. Very detailed and fully understandable. I'll listen to his second teaching on this subject.

Sermon3/19/13 8:15 PM
Thomas Sullivan from Jenison, MI  Contact via emailFind all comments by Thomas Sullivan
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Sermon:
Umpire in the Heart
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ As good as it gets ”
Pastor McDearmon preached this particular sermon in our assembly - Grand Rapids - Sunday night. There was one word I used to sum up his three messages here. "authority." I don't know another active preacher that reminds me as much of our mutual friend, Albert Martin. {where the McDearmons are visiting as I type this}. It had the desired effect. We often don't talk a lot about sermons anymore after the delivery. Not so in this case. My wife and I needed and received the earnest warning and admonition. I can't make good preachers known. I can give others a heads up, but I don't have an explanation why the best communicators and preachers are still too unknown in our day. But maybe like A W Pink, their labors will follow after them. God has a way of keeping us from spiritual pride. T M S, Grand Rapids, MI www.puritanaudiobooks.com

Sermon10/1/12 4:03 PM
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Sermon:
Beautiful Women
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
blessed by this sermon- re-affirmed all my beliefs!

Sermon5/6/12 6:53 AM
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Sermon:
Let Us Return & Press On
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Greatly ministered to me. Good word .

Sermon10/14/11 6:10 AM
Thomas Sullivan from Jenison, MI  Contact via emailFind all comments by Thomas Sullivan
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Sermon:
Awakening In Nineveh
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Pastor McDearmon is helpful here in his definition of revival and awakening.(2)I certainly agree with him that the Ninevites experienced many conversions, not just an awakening and an outward reformation. The latter conclusion would fail to consider that an awakening that doesn't issue in a conversion renders the subjects more guilty. More light that doesn't result in conversion means that all reformation is done by mercenary motives, trying to appease a God that the heart is still at enmity against. This would make the Ninevites to have been more culpable. As the theologian A.H.Strong states that the soul is the most guilty the moment before it is regenerated because against more light than ever it is still at war with God. That is precisely WHY the Ninevites will rise up in judgment against the generation that lived in Christ's day. Matthew 12:41 The Ninevites repented at the preaching of Jonah.

Sermon5/15/11 9:39 AM
Dr. Griffiths from Lone Star State  Find all comments by Dr. Griffiths
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Sermon:
Real Change Needed
Jim Savastio
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“ Awesome! ”
This is superb sermon that is filled with insight. The account of our Lord's response to the rich young ruler has great relevance for our salvation today. Please share this powerful sermon with others.

Sermon1/11/11 7:53 PM
Lia Leigh from Nigeria  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lia Leigh
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Sermon:
Effects of the Spirit's Presence
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Very good sermon! Should be repeated every sunday until it produces fruits.

Sermon1/10/11 11:41 AM
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A Letter for Today's Church
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ EXCELLENT EXPOSITIONAL SERIES! ”
A SURE CURE FOR TODAY'S GREASY-GRACE, "CHURCH-LITE" THAT PREVAILS IN THE MAJORITY OF WESTERN EVANGELICAL CHURCHES TODAY! I recently finished listening to this 8-part exposition without undue interruption. This exposition should be required learning in all of our institutions of "higher theological learning". There is a drought of this kind of preaching that cuts a straight path through the Bible right to the hearts and minds of congregants, deacons, and elders. I highly encourage the study and application of this exposition, even if you [think] you're attending a "reformed" Church. Pass on the link to the Elders of your Church. The reaction, or lack thereof, can be quite telling. The series, while being very convicting corporately, holds equal weight to us as individual members of the local body.

Sermon5/3/10 7:23 PM
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Sermon:
Sin, A Dreadful Disease
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Excellent Sermon!! Pastor McDearmon I thank the LORD for your sermons. Like his associate, Albert Martin, Pastor McDearmon preaches the whole council of God Almighty, none of this easy-believism apostasy! May God continue to bless you Pastor McDearmon!

Sermon9/17/08 11:45 AM
R. Vining from Louisiana  Contact via emailFind all comments by R. Vining
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Sermon:
Holy Unto The Lord
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Must Hear! Your Money...or God's Money?? ”
Pastor McDearmon has again with his characteristic unforced ease clearly resounded sound Biblical teaching on how we are to view money, but more importantly, how God views money. One is left without question as the proof that is preached flows from Genesis, through the Law and Prophets, and then completes the progressive principle and thought revealed in New Covenant practices for today’s serious minded Christians. If you have questions about your financial obligation to God and His kingdom, this is perhaps the best foundational building block message I have heard that highlights clear, well-founded, Biblical principles all the way from the Garden to the practice of NT believers. As a side benefit, you can have clarity of thought and strength of conscience given to your view of the Lord’s Day principle as Pastor McDearmon fundamentally provides solid proofs of our sanctity of the Lord’s Day. (And that is not even the point of this message; he proves it by the basic Biblical principles outlined.)

Sermon8/26/08 6:03 PM
R. Vining from Louisiana  Contact via emailFind all comments by R. Vining
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Sermon:
How Firm A Foundation
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Pastor McDearmon has again given one of those remarkable sermons that so consistently characterize his style and faithful labor over the Word. If you don't expose yourself to this man of God and his preaching ministry, you are missing much. Is it not like our God to have some of his most gifted servants hidden from the eyes of most of the world... and of the church??? Thank God for SERMONAUDIO.

Sermon9/25/07 5:16 AM
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Iniquity and the Solemn Assembly
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Very Probing, Most Convicting! ”
My best friend alerted me to this sermon and said that I must hear it, and I finally did. I replied that it of course merits a positive comment left here, but he agreed that it also weighs us in the balance and we must not be found wanting ourselves. I keep thinking of Richard Baxter's warning to me, "If sin be evil, why do you live in it if it be not, why do you dissuade men from it? If it be dangerous, how dare you venture on it? if it be not, why do you tell men so? If God’s threatenings be true, why do you not fear them? Take heed lest you cry down sin, and yet do not overcome it; lest, while you seek to ring it down in others, you bow to it, and become its slaves yourselves - The Reformed Pastor - 1656 www.thereformedpastor.com

Sermon2/3/07 11:14 AM
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Sermon:
Full of the Holy Spirit
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ A challenge for all ”
With typical thoroughness and care, Pastor McDearmon paints a portrait of a Spirit-filled man, and depicts with painful honesty the ways and means whereby the Spirit is resisted, grieved and quenched. The absolute necessity of the Spirit of Christ for the health of the church and her members is powerfully set out. Here is a helpful tool for self-examination with a view to identifying the sins which empty us of spiritual power, and pointed exhortations with earnest encouragements to pursue Christ and to embrace and enjoy his Spirit's operations. If we did as counselled here, we - and the churches of which we are members - would truly be healthier and happier by far, and the gospel would be going forth from us with greater vigour and efficacy.

Sermon10/4/06 5:53 AM
Thomas M Sullivan from Jenison, MI  
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Sermon:
Far As The Curse Is Found
Chris Maldarella
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This sermon means a lot to me because Chris and I were roommates before we both found our brides and got married within 6 months of each other. I can attest that this is a dear brother and a godly young man! It is good to see that now two of my former roommates are using their gifts and have sermons on Sermon Audio!

Sermon8/9/06 5:11 AM
Thomas M Sullivan from Jenison, MI  Contact via email
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Sermon:
Indifference & Carelessness
Pastor George McDearmon
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“ Great Sermon! ”
It is good for a Christian to ponder, is it well with my soul? But often I wonder if I am the only one that wonders is everything well with my church? We're confessional, we aim at the right goals in worship, and yet I have wondered are we not affected by routine and tradition, and more so the cares of this life? Sometimes when one wants to express this concern, we worry about being looked at as censorious or our reflections are too much affected by our melancholy temperament. Besides, I have so much work to do with my own heart to express concerns about my church. And yet only part way into this series of sermons I knew that Pastor Mcdearmon was about to put his finger on the pulse of what I feel and fear. It makes even more impression on me because I respect the communicator of this sermon as well. I woke up thinking about it. Is it as it should be with my soul? With my church?

Sermon3/18/06 2:55 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
The first part of this message gives an excellent summary of the first several chapters of the 1689 confession. This is God-exalting teaching. -Tom

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