For years this excellent study has been helping many Christians to â€śperfect holiness in the fear of Godâ€ť. Pastor Martin begins, this first of nine messages, by showing us the predominance of the â€śfear of Godâ€ť in Biblical thought. Described as â€śmasterfulâ€ť by Jerry Bridges. (TE-A-1)
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Much needed sermon. Thanks Thanks you sir. I am going on my knees before my God. May the Lord reward you. Blessings
steve Tattershall (12/31/2017)
from Bridport Dorset UK
The Fear of the Lord is a fruit of the Spirit Outstanding and a must listen to all those who profess to know the Lord and to those who now say that progressive santifcation is unbiblical. Just listen to this old dear Godly saint and his biblical presentation and it should challenged any preconceived or stubbornly held views that denegrate God Law to the Old Testament and say that there is no Fear of the Lord in the New Testament for the believer!!
Great Sermon! This subject is what called me to our Lord! Amen and amen!
Irreverence: The Mark of Modern Christianity Mark this, that after 40 years since this was first preached, to a previous generation--just after the rebellious 1960s, when a false and loose Christianity infiltrated through youth movements--this present generation is even worse! Truly, "there is no fear of God before their eyes", even in churches and among professing Christians. The speaker marks that only those who have a fear of God are his true children, true Christians in scripture! This is what is wrong with Modern Christianity and more noteworthy in New Calvinism. Where is reverence of God and authority in these days of disrespectfulness, loose or silly talk and dress, and disobedience to parents, or parents acting foolish and childish, a virtual anarchy in society, even among Christians? "The fear of the Lord, which is (only) the beginning (not the end) of wisdom". Irreverence is a mark of hypocritical professors, the unconverted, and a sign of apostasy. Should we keep company with such, or call them true churches or "brothers" then? A sharp contrast is made in this message, and there is reason to fear how prevalent this is.
from Montreal, Canada
Great Sermon! The fear of God is the [very] soul of godliness. The mature man of God to whom Pastor Martin alluded early on in the message was Prof. John Murray, author of Principles of Conduct: Aspects of Biblical Ethics from which the quote derives. He was still alive at the time Dr Martin preached this sermon, and passed away 5 years later.
from Omaha, NE
Great Sermon! Wow, I had no idea how much the Bible stresses the fear of God. I look forward to listening and learning from this great study!
Varghese Sunny (8/15/2008)
from United Arab emirates
Great Sermon! This is really challenging message to me ! The amazing word of God is ever powerfull and its render by theis great servent of God mightly1Praise the Lord . Is it possible to avail the Text?
For over forty years, Pastor Albert N. Martin faithfully served the Lord and His people as an elder of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey. Due to increasing and persistent health problems, he stepped down as one of their pastors, and in June, 2008, Pastor Martin and...