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Sermon4/25/17 12:24 PM
Chris McMorrow from New York  Contact via emailFind all comments by Chris McMorrow
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“ Must Listening For All Truth Seekers! ”
Having grown up in it, I believe that Roman Catholicism is Satan's master counterfeit. To think of Roman Catholicism as being a legitimate form of Christianity is like looking at a cat and calling it a dog. From Genesis through Revelation (66 books), God's pure and inerrant Word is crystal clear: we a justified (i.e. acquitted from the strict requirements of keeping God's laws, and the mountains of guilt that come from having violated those laws) through faith in the blood atonement and righteousness of Christ ALONE. The stakes are high. Why? Because there is NO SUCH PLACE AS PURGATORY, which is but one of DOZENS of doctrinal lies taught by wicked Rome. You'd better wake up, my friend, for only Heaven or Hell awaits your soul when you die. As a former Roman Catholic, but now a Bible-believing Protestant, I salute the late great Ian Paisley for his unflinching courage and bulldog tenacity in standing against that great destroyer of souls, Roman Catholicism. My biggest regret, these days, is that there are so few Protestant ministers of Ian's caliber around anymore. Not here in America, anyway. Do you have children? Better keep them out of the satanic government schools, and far from the "church" of Rome. Better bring them up on the mother's milk of the Heidelberg catechism.

Sermon4/23/17 1:58 AM
Marco Barthel from europe, spain  Find all comments by Marco Barthel
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“ excellent teaching. ”
I am as amazed as when I first listened to "practical atheism"! Thank you very much for the clear stand for the sovereignty of God! I also listened to #6 and #8 - great teaching!

Sermon4/20/17 9:50 AM
Philip Joy from UK retired Baptist minister  Find all comments by Philip Joy
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“ Excellent Advice on preparation for private devotions! ”
I have not heard or read a more concise or rich summary of the frame of mind with which we should enter our private devotions. Very highly recommended.

Sermon4/14/17 9:50 PM
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The Duties of Parents
J. C. Ryle
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Golden! To the prudent this is a treasure! Parent consider what is the task at hand! And listen to this sermon

Sermon4/12/17 4:32 AM
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The Early Earth 1 of 5
Dr. John Whitcomb
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Very nice message indeed, thnaks for sharing Simon from http://www.samuelhounkpe.com

Sermon4/2/17 4:28 PM
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“ Sober talk to children ”
Wonder why society is like it is today, full of wickedness and irreverence and disrespect of authority? Because children have not been taught like this, nor do adults act any better! Parents should be rebuked if they have not taught this lesson or let their children run their own way, for it is to their danger if they're not turned.

Sermon4/1/17 11:02 AM
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“ Convicting ”
As beautiful as the first part of this sermon is, the second part is just as terrifying. Edwards gives the reader a sharp contrast between the beauty of Heaven and the Woes to be in Hell. His discussion on Hell is basically a condensed version of Sinners in the hands of an Angry God, but loses none of the terror of that horrible place prepared for the devil and his demons.

Sermon4/1/17 10:58 AM
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“ Heavenly Words ”
If this sermon doesn't make you long for heaven and the beauty of Christ that we will see face to face then nothing will. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I feel as though I have just tasted of heaven this morning.

Sermon3/21/17 11:55 AM
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“ Thought provoking teaching ”
Interestingly, the Puritan approach to the topic carries more-in-depth, and superior substantial theological evidence for the observance of the Lord’s Day, than the average reasons upheld in present evangelical settings today regarding the same topic. It is worth considering the wealth of internal biblical knowledge that generation of preachers sustained!

Blog3/20/17 2:18 AM
Truthseeker from Usa  Find all comments by Truthseeker
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It is so sad that with all this historic
records and facts that people continue to
ignore and be enslaved to the commercial
greed that make them think they are
obligated to celebrate unworthy holidays
that promote lies

Sermon3/14/17 12:46 PM
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“ Fantastic! May the Lord Jesus Christ get all ... ”
Fantastic JJ33! Thanks for sharing. May the Lord Jesus Christ get all the glory! "We are never nearer Christ than when we find ourselves lost in a holy amazement at His unspeakable love." - John Owen (on the Puritan Hard Drive)."Unfathomable oceans of grace are in Christ for you. Dive and dive again -- you will never come to the bottom of these depths!" - Robert Murray McCheyne (on the Puritan Hard Drive). "So in love is Christ with holiness that he will buy it with his blood for us." - John Flavel (on the Puritan Hard Drive). "Christ is the very essence of all delights and pleasures, the very soul and substance of them. As all the rivers are gathered into the ocean, which is the meeting-place of all the waters in the world, so Christ is that ocean in which all true delights and pleasures meet." - John Flavel (on the Puritan Hard Drive).

Sermon3/8/17 4:50 PM
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“ God Saved Me ”
God saved my soul after 23 years of religious turmoil while I was listening to this sermon in June of 2010. I have wanted to let SWRB know for some time. Your efforts are not wasted. Praise the living God!

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
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Eternal Security 15 of 15
A. W. Pink
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“ Could be a blessing ”
There were no man to preach this blessed man of God?

Sermon12/27/16 3:33 PM
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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 http://www.swrb.com/newslett/actualNLs/CHRISTMAS.htm or on the Puritan Hard Drive http://ow.ly/dZ3ua FREE MP3s & VIDEOS: CHRISTMAS CONDEMNED BY CHRIST (EASTER & OTHER PAGAN HOLY DAYS TOO) BY GREG PRICE (39,700+ VIEWS) http://www.sermonaudio.com/new_details3.asp?ID=13415 Christmas: 8 New Free Reformed MP3s http://ow.ly/xXZCD

Sermon12/26/16 12:37 AM
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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
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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
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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).

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