Monthly Archives: July 2014

Jonathan Edwards: Portrait of a Revival Preacher – Leonard Ravenhill

Originally from here. Jonathan Edwards, 1703 – 1758, achieved greatness as an American preacher-evangelist, principal of a college, mystic, and revivalist. “Jonathan Edwards is not only the greatest of all American theologians and philosophers but the greatest of our pre-19th … Continue reading

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Jonathan Edwards: The Life, The Man, The Legacy – Iain Murray

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The Batenburgers and the Davidites – John Horsch

Originally from here. Taken from ch 14 of John Horsch’s Menno Simons: His Life, Labors, and Teachings. Shows how Menno Simons judged and discerned true from false prophecy. He was a charismatic Anabaptist leader in the 1500s. Here shows his separation from two … Continue reading

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Romans 8: Spirit-Empowered Obedience and Predestination – John Boruff

Romans 8 discusses obedience to the moral law of God, while being empowered by the Holy Spirit (8:4), especially as it relates to praying in tongues (8:26). 8:28-39 discusses conditional predestination–beginning in the video at 1:22:36.

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The Seeker-Sensitive Movement – R. C. Sproul and Al Mohler

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Dream of a Seeker-Sensitive Youth Camp – John Boruff

I dreamed that I was at a church camp with kids of all ages. As I was walking down a tunnel with an gray-haired older lady, she asked me, “Why are you not doing ministry? I thought you were in … Continue reading

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Uncompromising Gospel – Leonard Ravenhill

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