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Still Waters Revival Books
Puritans, Covenanters, et al.  |  Edmonton, Alberta
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Sermon1/29/17 5:08 AM
Ronald Beuzekom from Wijk en Aalburg The Netherland  Contact via emailFind all comments by Ronald Beuzekom
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“ Great Book! ”
On of the best books i ever read. Great introduction to the doctrines of grace!

Sermon1/18/17 11:04 PM
Antony from New Zealand  Find all comments by Antony
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Excellent teaching on sanctification & how salvation is all of God & for His Glory.

Sermon1/4/17 12:27 PM
Leonardo from CHile  Find all comments by Leonardo
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Eternal Security 15 of 15
A. W. Pink
“ Could be a blessing ”
There were no man to preach this blessed man of God?

Sermon12/27/16 3:33 PM
SWRB  Find all comments by SWRB
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“ Christmas Is A Roman Catholic Missions Strategy! ”
"Christmas was not celebrated by the apostolic church. It was not celebrated during the first few centuries of the church. As late as A.D. 245, Origen (Hom. 8 on Leviticus) repudiated ...the idea of keeping the birthday of Christ, "as if he were a king Pharaoh." By the middle of the 4th century, many churches in the Latin west were celebrating Christmas. During the 5th century, Christmas became an official Roman Catholic holy day. In A.D. 534, Christmas was recognized as an official holy day by the Roman state.The reason that Christmas became a church holy day has nothing to do with the Bible. The Bible does not give the date of Christ's birth. Nowhere in the Bible are we commanded to celebrate Christmas. Christmas (as well as many other pagan practices) was adopted by the Roman church as a missionary strategy." - The Regulative Principle of Worship and Christmas by Brian Schwertley FREE BOOK at or on the Puritan Hard Drive FREE MP3s & VIDEOS: CHRISTMAS CONDEMNED BY CHRIST (EASTER & OTHER PAGAN HOLY DAYS TOO) BY GREG PRICE (39,700+ VIEWS) Christmas: 8 New Free Reformed MP3s

Sermon12/26/16 12:37 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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“ Useful ”
How can the church expect blessing unless is obedient? Separation is the route into blessing "Forty years long was I grieved with this generation, and said, It is a people that do err in their heart, and they have not known my ways: Unto whom I sware in my wrath that they should not enter into my rest." Ps 95

Blog12/21/16 8:42 AM
Boatwright from United States  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by Boatwright
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I am surprisingly encouraged with your
structure aptitudes furthermore with the format
on your site.

Sermon12/17/16 8:18 AM
Ronald Beuzekom from W&A The Netherlands  Contact via emailFind all comments by Ronald Beuzekom
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“ Great Book! ”
I bought the book on the internet. Great book and very recommendable to all of those who believe there is no God, Heaven or Hell. A Deathbed reveals a lot about these realities.

Sermon12/17/16 8:15 AM
Ronald Beuzekom from W&A The Netherlands  Find all comments by Ronald Beuzekom
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“ Great Sermon! ”
I hope and pray that many muslimfriends may learn to know the one name given under heaven among men, whereby we must be saved: The Lord Jesus Christ (Acts 4:12). The Son of God (John 20:31).

Sermon12/17/16 8:12 AM
Ronald Beuzekom from W&A The Netherlands  Contact via emailFind all comments by Ronald Beuzekom
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“ Great Book! ”
Best explenation on 2 Thess 2 and Revelation. Showing that the Papacy is the Antichrist mentioned in Scripture. Also hoping and praying that those who are in this system may come out of her and be saved (Rev. 18:4)

Sermon12/17/16 6:39 AM
Ronald Beuzekom from W&A The Netherlands  Find all comments by Ronald Beuzekom
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Perhaps the best sermon of Spurgeon i ever heard. Very recommendable.

Sermon12/17/16 6:37 AM
Ronald Beuzekom from W&A The Netherlands  Contact via emailFind all comments by Ronald Beuzekom
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Our time on earth is short and eternity is long. The best time is spent in communion with Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.

Blog12/8/16 8:43 AM
SteveR from Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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Still Waters Revival Books,

I should be the one thanking you for the resources my Church has been Blessed by available through SW and Puritan. Thank you again, and have a Blessed Season

Blog12/7/16 6:43 PM
Still Waters Revival Books from Edmonton, Alberta  Protected NameGo to homepageFind all comments by Still Waters Revival Books
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Thanks Steve. It's hard to understand how Tom could have missed something so obvious about this blog page. In any case, below is a little more information in defense of God's truth, which is sometimes nicknamed "Calvinism".

God's Absolute Sovereignty (Predestination) and Man's Full Responsibility and Free Agency (In the Bible) - Free Reformation Resources (MP3s, Videos, Books, etc.) (at This page includes the best free MP3 sermon (on SermonAudio) we have heard harmonizing God's absolute sovereignty with man's complete responsibility, as it is revealed in the Bible.

"What is the heresy of Rome, but the addition of something to the perfect merits of Jesus Christ--the bringing in of the works of the flesh, to assist in our justification? And what is the heresy of Arminianism but the addition of something to the work of the Redeemer? Every heresy, if brought to the touchstone, will discover itself here. I have my own private opinion that there is no such thing as preaching Christ and Him crucified, unless we preach what nowadays is called Calvinism. It is a nickname to call it Calvinism; Calvinism is the gospel, and nothing else." (From the Spurgeon sermon A Defense of Calvinism, free MP3 at on SermonAudio).

Sermon12/4/16 10:51 PM
Andrea  Find all comments by Andrea
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“ Best Sermon! ”
This is one of the best sermons. It discusses several things I have struggled with. He explains each point thoroughly with Scripture. Thank you for this sermon!

Blog12/2/16 4:14 PM
SteveR from Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
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Tom G
Perhaps if you actually read the blog you responded to in apparent agreement, you will see its a critique of Wesley and Arminianism, not supportive of them.

It seems your entire theology & study is just emotion with conclusions not grounded in Scripture but your own whimsical feelings

Blog12/2/16 3:50 PM
tom g from phila pa.  Find all comments by tom g
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i was so screwed up by teachers like mcarthur,sproul, and other calvinists like howard camping. what a relief to break away from calvinistic doctrines. even christ didnt preach tulip, he preached whosoever, there are so many eras in calvin, the murderer he was. .problem is perfectionists or well payed preachers are afraid to trust god so they trust in a man made doctrine. some angry folk these calvinistic worm theology laciviousness teachers

Sermon11/18/16 11:43 AM
Kerri  Find all comments by Kerri
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you so very much! I am so saddened that we don't hear more semons regarding the role of fathers and leading the home.

Sermon11/5/16 1:05 PM
Grace morton from Eastern Canada  Find all comments by Grace morton
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The Beatitudes 3/3, Assurance & the Work of...
Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson
“ Great Sermon! ”
Very touched by this sermon. We are getting closer all the time to persecution in North America. This sermon is very encouraging to be ready

Sermon10/20/16 11:42 AM
Mrsb from Canada  Find all comments by Mrsb
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How to Die to Self
G.D. Watson
“ Great Sermon! ”

Sermon8/12/16 11:08 AM
Betty from Kentucky USA  Find all comments by Betty
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“ Blessed by these words! ”
What an anointed preacher this man is!!

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