Great Sermon! I have been reading some of the works of James Ryle and they are uplifting with a powerful message that make you think and examine yourself. This is a powerful short sermon that I will listen to continually. Though written over two centuries ago, it is more relevant to today's church than it was then. This should be played in every church that is not what it should be.
Berridge the Comforter I want my wife to hear this!
Though Berridge is not well known in our day, I would have to put his hymns next to those of Joseph Hart as a remedy for doubting souls. He wrote, "
Tell how thy bosom tyrants lash,
And rage without control;
Show where the fetters gall thy flesh,
And bruise thy inmost soul.
The sight will melt his piteous heart,
Soon touched with human woe;
And healing up thy guilty smart,
His freed-man thou shalt go.
His works are not well known, but are in print in our day through Gospel Missions, Choteau Montana.
Superb Narration The narrator is Christopher Glyn. I have sampled his narrations that you have provided here and have to rate him as high as Max McLean, especially the recording quality. The price they list for the entire Bible, 24.99, sure seems to be worth it. Thanks for alerting us to these recordings. P.S. McLean's narration of the King James Bible is far superior to his earlier recording of the N I V. If these men would give us many volumes of puritan and reformed materials, I would quit narrating forever, because I would much rather listen. T M S
Amazing Video If I remember correctly, the graphics artist that does this work for Grace Gems uses Adobe After Effects. All I can say is, wow. I am speechless. I will never forget the first time I narrated "A Few Sighs from Hell" by John Bunyan and was so affected with his descriptive language. This just adds to the power of it. I wish you still had the video for Lessons from the Recent Earthquake, Samuel Davies