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Sermon Surety For A. Stranger | Marvin Stalnaker
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Sermon11/29/16 3:44 PM
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The heart of the evangelist
Voddie Baucham
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Sermon10/24/16 10:35 AM
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Preaching of this sort radiating from our nation's pulpits and a degenerative nation could never coexist. When ascertaining the root of our nation's massive corruption we must look at what's missing from our pulpits, not the White House.

Sermon1/6/16 9:16 PM
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The Cultural Ramifications of the Incarnation
Pastor Paul Michael Raymond
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"The Gospel was meant to turn wicked worlds upside down." On a scale of cold to hot, this message is nuclear fission!

Sermon9/27/15 8:51 PM
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The Wrath of God
Anthony Dallison
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“ Must Listen! ”
Sobering message on the wrath of God. Preached in 1996, this message is highly prophetic and provides critical missing perspective on our nation's increasing acceptance of SSM. Something is seriously missing from the Gospel presentation of our day. Listening to this message is a must.

Sermon5/13/15 4:56 AM
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Abandoned to Desire
G. Brent Bradley
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Thanks for relevant, faithful preaching!

Sermon12/6/14 9:49 AM
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Our corrupt monetary practices —overwhelmingly supported by both R and D elected leaders—have exposed us to much potential devastation. Ironically, we are hastening the day of this exposure as our actions are pushing major powers toward honest, gold-based money.

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“ Are you for true liberty? ”
All conceptions of liberty are inseperably linked to a system of ethics, as Bojidar clearly demonstrates. The question then becomes, "What ethical foundation is the basis of true liberty?" Illuminating message!

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Encouraging message!

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The Rise of Molech
G. Brent Bradley
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Sermon11/22/11 10:21 AM
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Tulip is not Enough
Bojidar Marinov
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“ Engaging Message! ”
It must be realized that there is a marked distinction between a government enforcing the Law of God and a government enforcing a man-made confession such as the Westminster Confession of Faith. Confession enforcement is what characterizes many governments of the past and the Lord rightly brought these instances to an end. Confession enforcement was the hallmark of the Pharisees as well, and Christ consistently confronted them on this matter for "exceeding what is written" as the apostle called it. This "exceeding" is what characterizes most confessions, although adherents of each confession will deny this. The Confessionalist many times, makes his understanding an idol, and likewise persecutes the heretics that disagree. Jefferson and Madison (I think wisely) saw through this and established religious freedom, first in Virginia. If you read Jefferson's position on this matter, he stresses the dependence of their system on Truth-preaching. The Truth if preached will always prevail, he believed. As a result, Jefferson and Madison established a competitive preaching environment designed to shake out error. Confessionalist in government on the other hand, usually try to take out the competition. May the Lord raise up government leaders that respect His Law.

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Heaven Not My Home
Larry E. Ball
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“ Paradigm Shift Sermon! ”
This sermon is radical in relation to the dominant teaching of the church in America today, regarding the resurrection of Christ our Lord. My prayer is that this may be the beginning of a modern spiritual awakening. "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven."



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