Duplicate Sermon This sermon is a duplicate sermon of the Henry Mahan sermon listed here on SermonAudio. The original sermon is dated 06-16-74 and has a full transcript, where this sermon has only an outline. The quality of this sermon is not as clear as the original sermon.
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sobering truth! Henry Mahan used simple and plain language the difference between True Religion and False religion. I used to wonder why we have so many churches upon churches in every city and every town in this country (USA),and it's because these places are not true Church but synagogues of Satan. The true Church is in the minority, and they gather to praise, worship and exalt the Lord Jesus Christ with grateful hearts for dying for their sins. Thank you for this sermon. The Gospel is truly offensive for the moralist "church" goer.
GOD'S TRUTH! WE REJOICE in the privilege of sending forth these precious words of truth by my late Father G. D. Fulton, who died in 1995. Yes, he has been gone nearly 20 years, but the truth he proclaimed is the same. THE GOSPEL IS THE SAME. He warns in this message that many are preaching a "different gospel" and not the GOSPEL OF CHRIST. Maybe you are deceived, dear friend. HEAR THIS MESSAGE.
'THERE IS MUCH RUBBISH!' There Is Much Rubbish! I believe what Bro. Mahan said in this message is the absolute truth, and it has been true for as long as I've been acquainted with church. I think there have been such a very few who were a little like what he said the church should be. I appreciate everything he said about Pharisees in churches, and I hate that I lived such a deceived and wicked existence for so many years. I love this simple down-to-earth, honest preaching and teaching. Thanks, SermonAudio!
Message with an Unction! We believe this man to be sincere in his preaching (which cannot be said about many today). He was an "Amos" in his day to Cherokee, Cleveland and adjacent counties. His message is relevant today as it was a quarter of a century ago.
Great Sermon! How wonderful to hear my granddad's voice calling out many years after his death. How humble he would feel to know that what he began on earth is still growing even after his death. He had such a genuine concern for the souls of man. I remember going to the creek with my granddad where all the drunks would hang out. Granddad would set up on the bank amongst the drunks while us kids played in the creek. He would gently and humbly witness to them without standing on a pedestal but would sit down right in the dirt with the drunks and befriend them. He always offered to take them home but first they had to pour out their alcohol. Many a time we would leave the creek with a bunch of drunks in the back of his old chevy truck. Instead of liqour bottles they now had a tract in their hands from granddad.
He would take them safely home. That impressed my young mind but I did not know what a special man my granddad was until later years as I look back on those times. I do not know of too many Christians that would get down in the dirt with a bunch of drunks to befriend them with genuine concern for their souls. My Granddad was the real deal. He walked the life he preached about. He was a man of great character and conviction--A man touched and changed by God.
Great Sermon! This is a message which comes from the heart, the heart of a man who truly wants to see lost sinners saved. You won't hear a message like this today because Godly men are disappearing from the pulpit being replaced by men who tickle the ears but do nothing to show the guilty sinner his salvation in Christ alone.
Listen to This! The solemn manner of the delivery of Brother Fulton manifests that he, in his heart, believes what he says. And the broken spirit, contrite heart, and trembling in awe at the God whom he represents and the truth he proclaims, demands that he be looked upon and listened to as one to whom our Lord "looks." He speaks "not with enticing words of man's wisdom," but in a sweet, broken demonstration of the Spirit and power â€” that your faith should not stand in the pretty sermons and wisdom of men or preachers, but only in the power of God. Lay down your precise theological expression and hear this vessel of our Master, and may our Lord be pleased to break hearts and lay us all at the footstool of Him who sits on the throne, having got there by way of a bloody Cross where He became sin for His poor people, helpless sinners.
A Sermon Worth Hearing! Brother Wylie, It was good to hear your Dad speak with a heart for God, firm and solid belief of His Word, in heartfelt submission to Him, speaking in brokenness and love. With him we stand in awe at How Great our God is! Lynn