Great Sermon! Ravenhill offers wonderful, humorous, and varied insights on the topics of the voice of God, the Sabath, prayer, and purity. While the Voice of God is the central theme, he goes into a lot of different areas for much of the sermon. What I gained most out of this sermon is that we will hear the voice of God the more we know the Word of God. He's said everything he needed to say in his word already.
Missing the last part This sermon is very good but at the end of it suddenly change the subject, so it seem that it had some problem when it was recorded. If someone has the complete sermon to share it, would be great!
Great Sermon! This sermon focuses on the truth of Romans 12:1-2. Brother Paul talks about loving God with all of who you are. With your mind - to think about God and the things of God, and not to think about things that are displeasing to Him. Not to create an image or understanding of God according to your own desires, such as William P Young did with the Shack or that artists do with paintings of "Jesus." With your ears - to listen to songs that are good, and to not listen to songs that are worldly. And so on.
Around the 58:30 mark he gives a provoking case for godly standards regarding what movies we watch, the Brownie Illustration. Check it out!
One memorable quote is that Leonard Ravenhill once said in a service that God will give two promises to those who believe the gospel: salvation and a cross. "Men who are broken"! I appreciated this because I have cancer and am suffering from four months of chemo. These kinds of messages "comfort the afflicted and afflict the comforted" to use that saying.
A last memorable point is that Washer says If a church says 'we dont talk about sin,' i can guarentee you the holy spirit is not there. Why? Because one of the main ministries of the holy spirit is to convict people of their sin. "When He comes, He will convict the world of sin."
Very convicting Very convicting and humbling. Being broken before the Lord brings me back to completely depend on Him alone in everything. Thanking Him more that i have received undeserved favor, mercy and great love.
Great Sermon! Very interesting presentation. I didn't know anything about the feast of dedication ( john 10- which is possibly corrupted by Christmas). This led to a much bigger study such as the servant candle of the menorah ( revelation 1) and the light of the world. It also made me question the prophesy of- Baruch habah bshem Adonai- hosanna to god. Who exactly must be saying these words before the return of Jesus- the Jewish believers or the gentile believers ? Very very thought provoking !
Great Sermon! Thank you for this blessing!
Since I read Mr. Jones, meet the Master I have tried to get my hands on everything this blessed man has written. If only he were the chaplain today, maybe our country wouldn't be in such a mess.....I've had a burning desire to hear his voice and today I found this. You'll never know how much this has meant to me.