Prestige: Idolatry of the Heart The idolatrous desire for prestige is a worldwide sin. However, the prestigious accolades accomplished by the prestigious are temporal and never last forever.
This sermon shows why prestige is idolatry of the heart.
Helpful A good overview of the significance of Owen. Dr. Trueman has a great, is exceedingly-dry, sense of humor about the material, and I felt like I gained a better understanding and appreciate of John Owen from this lecture.
Great historical sketch of one of my all-time favs So grateful for SermonAudio.com bringing us great theologians who in turn Enlighten us on some of the great Christian thinkers of the past and all time!
Great Sermon! I hear this sermon on my way to college and I found it really beautiful and moves me to do my best in my study of the Bible. Brother James D, the name of the puritan is not Joseph Caroll but Joseph Caryl.
God Bless you.
Great Sermon! He says that nowhere in scripture does it say that God forgives your sins. That is really wrong. Here are some verses: http://www.biblestudytools.com/topical-verses/forgiveness-bible-verses/
Great Sermon! This preacher mentioned a puritan named Joseph carrol (?) who spent decades on the book of Job. I tried to find his writings but could not. I would be very interested if this preacher could do a sermon on those Job sermons, or someone could post a comment on how to access those Carrol sermons. I would love to read his stuff.
Thank you, such a blessing! Thank you so much my fellow brother in Christ for that wonderful message. I was praying that the Holy Spirit would give me illumination concerning the book of Revelation. The Spirit directed me to this message and I understand it now brother, thank you. Praise the Lord for having such a wonderful messenger.
-May grace and peace be always upon you and yours. William from Tennessee
Great Sermon! VERY CHALLENGING An in depth study that was life searchinng and full of impact . May I worship, witness and nuture when in the wilderness
God bless you Pastor Brown
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Great Sermon! A timely reminder of our calling to suffering as Christians here on earth.
There are of course many ways in which we as believers will suffer in this world of sin, personal, family, physical or mental pain etc. But we are called to suffer as the Bible teaches and we are in common with many brothers and sisters today in our journey of pain. Thankyou Rich Johnston for this message which I can empathise with today. God be with us in our calling.
Good Sermon! Nice reminder tucked in this sermon that when we (Christians) are glorified, "we will forever be free of trials."
Pastor Brown also said if we have (repeated) trials, "maybe we haven't learned our lesson." That made me think that since all things work together for good to the one who loves the Lord, as Paul tells us in Romans, then we know that there is good that can come even when we sin (i.e. even when we haven't "learned our leasson.")
Thank God that God is the AUTHOR and the FINISHER of our faith!!! The God who brings life out of death can and does bring good out of sin. The lessons God teaches us in the misery of our backward stumbling is designed to bring out that which the Lord wished to reveal in our soul.