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Robert McCurley  |  Greenville, South Carolina
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Sermon4/16/17 6:40 PM
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A Place with Christ
Robert McCurley
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“ Encouraged ”
My heart was filled with encouragement brother. Praise God for the peace that comes when our gaze is fixed on Christ.

Sermon12/14/16 6:42 PM
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A Holy God and Holy Days
Robert McCurley
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Great sermon! We have been blessed by listening to you via the Internet. Have listened to this sermon many times especially around this time of year. Richest blessing

Sermon12/11/16 5:50 PM
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Jesus Wept
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Deeply appreciated. Thankful to the Lord for hearing this sermon. May the Lord, dear brother, bless your ministry across the pond.

Sermon12/4/16 7:04 PM
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Attempts at Reformation
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
We were very blessed by this sermon on Asa and iconoclasm today!

Sermon10/30/16 7:58 PM
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Faith Striving against Fear
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This Sermon was very helpful! God be praised!

Sermon7/10/16 7:23 PM
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The Eternal Word
Robert McCurley
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“ Wasn't the first sermon of Gospel of John? ”
This is the first sermon of Golpe of John Series.

Sermon2/6/16 8:18 AM
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The Singing of Psalms
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This sermon was very helpful at coming to our present convictions for my wife and I. Thank you muchly.

Sermon11/19/15 7:57 PM
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Living in Light of Providence
Robert McCurley
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“ Comprehensive and useful messages ”
This series of sermons on the doctrine of providence propound a detailed approach to the topic. It promotes beneficial and rich understanding, with useful illustrations. Highly beneficial; well appreciated. Thanks

Sermon11/19/15 9:00 AM
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Providence and Suffering
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you brother for this spiritual meal.God's love for me is the buoy that keeps me from drowning in my doubts and fears. I think this is the toughest lesson in life to learn. In everything may God get the glory

Sermon11/18/15 9:25 PM
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Providence and Suffering
Robert McCurley
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“ Beneficial sermon ”
Pieous, comforting and biblical approach to God's providence in suffering

Sermon5/4/15 6:44 AM
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Righteous Indignation
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Very powerful message, Robby. This has been one of my favorite Psalms, yet you brought out more of its depth to me -- AND with such quiet power. Loved the fruit of your sermonic labors. Very good scriptural reasoning. Amen!

Sermon4/25/15 12:05 PM
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Healthy Hearts
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great Message! Highly recommend it!

Sermon3/29/15 3:03 PM
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The Crown Rights of King Jesus
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amen and Amen and Amen!

Sermon3/22/15 12:11 PM
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“ Are You an Ostrich? ”
Good insight.

Sermon3/15/15 4:24 PM
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Come and See
Robert McCurley
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Great Sermon!

Sermon2/26/15 6:44 AM
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Christ Speaks to His Mother
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“ Excellent! ”
A convicting look at our duties to our parents and a comforting look at how Christ perfectly honored his parents in our place.

Sermon1/18/15 7:22 AM
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Musical Instruments in Worship
Robert McCurley
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“ Our high priest ”
Thanks. Surely, the Priesthood of Christ ALONE replaces the Old covenant rituals. He made possible the new priesthood unto God abolishing the old order. "he is our peace, who hath made both one, and hath broken down the middle wall of partition between us, Having abolished in his flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances; for to make in himself of twain one new man," Eph 2:14-15 In this I trust, and probably you too. May God be blessed.

Sermon1/18/15 7:14 AM
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Musical Instruments in Worship
Robert McCurley
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Good sermon I agree with all said ,except the preacher address God in prayer as you ,when it should be thee and thou .Respect for who you are speaking too .

Sermon1/17/15 4:02 PM
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Musical Instruments in Worship
Robert McCurley
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“ Final response to Mr McCausland ”
The Priesthood of believers does not "override" the OT priesthood. The Priesthood of Christ ALONE replaces the Old covenant rituals! Our "Priesthood" only has meaning in its relationship to His unique role! If you were right on this then not only would that mean all believers could use instruments in worship but also that no-one would have the right to stop them doing so! I believe you need to think this one over dear brother. On the point of Miriam, I don't think we she use her as an example or we might end up in trouble! May the Lord guide us all into His truth more and more for His own glory and honour. M.

Sermon1/17/15 12:21 PM
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Musical Instruments in Worship
Robert McCurley
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“ Answer B to Mr Fitzpatrick's response ”
The flowing of ‘rivers of water’ Jesus mentioned, speaking of the indwelling Spirit, with all the traits involved of joy, peace, etc, gently derive in the epistles as ‘making melody in our hearts unto the Lord” in the context of personal devotion. What it is in the heart it comes out. “Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.” Math. 12:34 Because of this, there seem no reason why it cannot flow along this melody in the heart external instrumental harmony. Technically speaking in music, a melody is always, audibly or not, supported by some sort of a harmony. Instrumental accompaniment in singing seems a non-questionable and non-condemned practice throughout the Psalms. Also it appears the obvious explanation regarding Miriam’s singing praise with her timbrel at the Red Sea. Ex.15:20-21. We do not hear of Miriam being reproved for this. Believing enough evidence has been provided for either view of the topic in question, there should not be need for further insistence, unless a new wing of understanding is required. “Hast thou faith? have it to thyself before God. Happy is he that condemns not himself in that thing which he allows”. Rom. 14:22

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