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First Reformed Presbyterian Church
Craig J. Scott  |  Grand Rapids, Michigan
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www.firstrpc.org
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616-644-3160
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Puritan Reformed Seminary Chapel
2965 Leonard Street NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
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134 Kirtland Street SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49507
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“Great Sermon!”
Thomas Sullivan from Jenison, MI
Interesting that you already have this uploaded two hours after we saw and heard it this evening. A little background...
Albert N. Martin | Isaiah 52:13-53:12
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Sermon6/23/19 11:46 PM
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Timothy: Honoring God
Craig J. Scott
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“ Great Sermon! ”
A sweet sermon about children, and God’s provision for them. Much good biblical information preached in a very searching manner. Loved many of your illustrations. Was especially struck by your use of Isaiah 59:21, and it’s application for us and our children. Very precise word-choice, Craig — which is such a delight. Thank you for being so ernest!

Sermon9/13/18 7:55 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Encouraging message. Persist in prayer.

Sermon3/25/18 12:09 PM
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“ Lands a Blow! ”
This sermon exposes a weakness in the Reformed Church which we are all in possession of. The preacher lands a blow not by attacking his hearers but by showing the full meaning of the text. Historic issues are used to highlight the truth of God’s Word. This sermon will not cure you of your weakness, but you will be more conscious of it. Christ is the remedy.

Sermon3/22/16 1:37 PM
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The Horrors of Hell
Craig J. Scott
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This is the best description of hell. This will really make you appreciate your salvation more than ever

Sermon11/26/15 1:32 AM
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“ Thank You Brother ”

Sermon9/13/15 7:49 PM
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Revival in the Church
Craig J. Scott
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you for the blessing of this sermon and the ones prior on Building God's House. Wish it wasn't such a far commute!

Sermon8/12/14 9:24 PM
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God's School of Grace (partial)
Albert N. Martin
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Classic Pastor Martin preaching! I am also blessed by even listening to Pastor Martin read the Scriptures! I am looking forward to the remaining sermons. Thank you.

Sermon1/28/14 10:40 PM
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The Tenses of Salvation
Dr. Michael Barrett
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Wonderful. Thank you.

Sermon1/28/14 9:15 PM
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The Object of Saving Faith
Dr. Michael Barrett
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Excellent

Sermon9/1/13 9:45 PM
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The Bad News and the Good News
Albert N. Martin
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Interesting that you already have this uploaded two hours after we saw and heard it this evening. A little background information. This sermon was first preached November 8th, 1985 when Pastor Martin was invited to the Master's College by John Macarthur. It was preached at Grace Community Church that year. Its original title is called, Man's Desperate Condition and God's Gracious Provision. His chapel message for that visit is online as well as his visit in 1988. http://www2.masters.edu/pulpit/files/1985/Fall-%2785/19851104-AlMartin-mp3

Sermon4/7/13 8:29 AM
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The Waters of Marah
Adam King
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you for the good word of Christ's sweetness to a weary, sinning soul!

Sermon5/6/12 1:05 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Loved this sermon by Kyle! I use it for teaching my friends on the subject of Psalmody.

Sermon7/1/11 11:56 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Hello Ray, Just wanted to encourage you and let you know that this sermon was a blessing for me. I'm getting ready to preach from Romans 12:17ff and needed your admonitions in my own life. Amazing how the Lord uses His word in our lives as we prepare. Blessings Timothy

Sermon7/19/10 7:30 AM
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Clay on the Potter's Wheel
Dr Jerry Bilkes
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This is a must hear sermon for every born again believer. We can all relate to this message.

Sermon6/9/10 1:39 PM
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Jesus: The Better Refuge
Shawn Anderson
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“ US 131 Is Not Big Enough! ”
I appreciated your descriptions of the cities of refuge and how each of them point to Christ. What a blessing to think about how a faithful Jew before Christ would see the cities on the hill and know that in their sin they could run to seek refuge- and the way was made plain and straight for them. May we all run to the Christ that these cities look forward to!



                   
Secret sins, like secret conspirators, must be hunted out. ... C. H. Spurgeon
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