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tv-301b / DVD 026.3 - The Preaching of the Cross - 1 Corinthians 1:17-18
Henry T. Mahan Tape Ministry Zebulon Baptist Church 6088 Zebulon Highway Pikeville, KY 41501 Tom Harding, Pastor
Henry T. Mahan DVD Ministry Todd's Road Grace Church 4137 Todd's Road Lexington, KY 40509 Todd Nibert, Pastor
For over 30 years Pastor Henry Mahan delivered a weekly television message. Each message ran for 27 minutes and was widely broadcast. The original broadcast master tape of this message has been converted to a digital format (WMV) for internet distribution.
Food for the soul in a time of famine of the Word The Truth, from God, delivered to His people, by His chosen vessel, brother Henry Mahan. Would that every preacher of the HOLY SCRIPTURES proclaimed the Gospel in our day like this beloved brother. May many sheep find this green pasture to feed on. Thank you for posting these online!
Frank Toner (6/16/2009)
from Penrith NSW Australia
Great Sermon! Well Brother I just think It was a sincere message from the heart. which Is so powerful. I pray that many hearts will be touched, especially those that don't believe, that it will bring them to their knee's and confess there sin to our great Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. God bless you Brother.
Kailash Agnihotri (10/15/2008)
from Noida, U.P. India
Great Sermon! Great urbanity to hear Christ is preached in preference to all other fears and creeds. I got to half way your sermon. Maranatha!
Excellent!! Thank God for this most outstanding
sermon. It is the inward righteousness
as taught that really matters. When
God gives us that all the other things
that accompany it will be revealed in
Thank God for a few small churches with
small crowds that still teach and
preach the CROSS.
Henry T. Mahan was born in Birmingham, Alabama August 1926. He began pastoring at the young age of 21 and has wide experience in the pastoral ministry, having been pastor of Thirteenth Street Baptist Church, Ashland, Kentucky, for over 50 years. He also travels widely as a conference...