Bare Naked Popery Examined This sermon examines bare naked popery as the scourge of the Earth that it is.
Anonymous Name (2/23/2019)
Remembering Numbers 16:1-50 It is important to remember Numbers 16:1-50 with regards to the story of Korah's rebellion.
Harry Girling (11/26/2008)
from Cumbria, ENGLAND
Great Sermon! The ignorance of modern Protestantism would be at least reduced by hearing this fine man preach.
No Popery! No Idolatory!
Butch Boruff (8/16/2008)
from Urbana, Illinois
Great Sermon! Amen and Amen
Clinton Ooten (2/7/2007)
Anti-Christ Sermon Dr. Paisley preached this Sermon and I will NOT try to add anything but a brief comment: He crossed every T and dotted every I. The Sermon is approximately Forty-Two Years old. Six Thousand people have listened to it on Sermon Audio. If my Math is correct: That is One out of every Million people on Earth. The numbers: 6,000,000,000 divided by 6,000 Equal = 1,000,000. Yes, I am into Ratios. Thank You Dr. Paisley for your Life of Submission to Your Savior and your rejection of Anti-Christ.
doug mahady (11/19/2005)
Great Sermon! i think the pope needs to here this!!!!
from Marietta, GA
Hmmmmmm OF THE POWER AND PRIMACY OF THE POPE.
Testimonies from Scripture.
I. Luke 22:25. Christ expressly prohibits lordship among the apostles [that no apostle should have any supremacy over the rest]. For this was the very question, namely, that when Christ spake of His passion, they were disputing who should be at the head, and as it were the vicar of the absent Christ. There Christ reproves this error of the apostles, and teaches that there shall not be lordship or superiority among them, but that the apostles should be sent forth as equals to the common ministry of the Gospel. Accordingly, He says: The kings of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them, and they that exercise authority upon them are called benefactors, but ye shall not be so; but he that is greatest among you, let him be as the younger; and he that is chief, as he that doth serve. The antithesis here shows [By holding these matters against one another, one sees] that lordship [among the apostles] is disapproved.
II. Matt. 18:2. The same is taught by the parable when Christ in the same dispute concerning the kingdom places a little child in the midst, signifying that among ministers there is not to be sovereignty, just as a child neither takes nor seeks sovereignty for himself.
Wonderful Sermon! I wish everybody would listen to this sermon
Dr. Ian Richard Kyle Paisley, the son of a godly Baptist pastor, for many years was a controversial but effective politician and has held electoral seats for many years in the British and European Parliaments, he currently sits as Ian Lord Bannside in the House of Lords in the Palace of...