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Edinburgh Free Church of Scotland [Cont]
Rev. James I. Gracie  |  Edinburgh, Scotland
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Leaving The European Union
James I. Gracie
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Great message for our UK at this time of political upheaval

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Leaving The European Union
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I was blessed by your big God preaching brother-pastor!

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Scotland - Good For Nothing
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“ The pain and isolation of grief ”
Grieving stubbornness and none-repentance of God’s people and their leaders. “But if ye will not hear it, my soul shall weep in secret places for your pride; and mine eye shall weep sore, and run down with tears” Jer 13:17

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Lord's Day Morning - Gethsemane
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Predestined to Adoption
James I. Gracie
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Praise be to the Lord our Righteousness! Thanks be to God our Father and his only begotten son, Jesus Christ the Righteous and the gift of his free and unmerited grace. What a blessing this sermon is. And what a comfort the doctrine of Predestination is to his saints! Thank God that HE alone is sovereign! And all praises to the Lord the Everlasting God for ministers who are unashamed of the Triune God of Israel's perfect, holy, and infallible word!

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Thy Sins Forgiven
James I. Gracie
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I praise and thank God for this sermon.

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Infant Baptism - Yes!!
James I. Gracie
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“ The question of infant baptism discussed in detail ”
A good, scriptural discussion of this issue which should help anyone struggling to understand it.

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Global Warming Examined
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“ You've heard the media - what does the Bible say? ”
A Biblical look at getting the media's current favorite doomsday scenario in perspective - eternal perspective! This sermon shows not only what the Bible says about global warming, but where it should rank on your list of priorities. After all, what is it to gain (save) the whole world and lose your soul? Eternity is much more important. Also, mentioning Jehovah's Witnesses was interesting. The JWs are well known for dating the end of the world, only to have the date come and go. The last doomsday scenario was Y2K, which has come and gone with a yawn, so the media fear machine is learning from its mistakes by embracing a menace that is open-ended as to when it will take place. Will hardened Y2K survivors believe more hyperbolic scare tactics? Stay tuned...

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“ Solid Introduction to Exodus ”
A look beyond the names at the opening of Exodus to how the book fits into the historical context and the plan of salvation. This sermon helps you understand more about the purpose of starting the book with names that are tempting to skip over, and shows how the unfolding plan of God in the Old Testament continues today.




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