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Sermon2/17/18 10:50 PM
Raymond  Find all comments by Raymond
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“ Great Sermon! ”
A message needed in our day and generation.

Sermon2/17/18 8:24 PM
Richard Peterson | Worcester, MA  Find all comments by Richard Peterson
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The English Reformer William Tyndale
Dr. Ian R. K. Paisley
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“ Could be good ”
Why the yelling? Does he tell when he conversate with his family? I would like to listen but can't.

Sermon2/17/18 8:38 AM
Travis | Airdrie, AB  Find all comments by Travis
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Sermon:
Rulers Dealing with the King of kings
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amazing sermon! Thank you for preaching the truth and nothing but the truth. I was so blessed by this sermon. I hope one day I can come and join you all in fellowship at your church. Thanks again.

Sermon2/16/18 9:59 PM
Mobi Listener | West Coast  Find all comments by Mobi Listener
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Sermon:
One Model Marriage
Rev. Ian Goligher
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great reminders! This is a great sermon to start a day with and ponder throughout. Genetics require X and Y chromosomes in the process of procreation. So easy to catch, why do so many refuse the obvious? --they love sin and death rather than life and freedom.

Sermon2/14/18 6:42 AM
Florin Motiu | Oradea, Romania  Contact via emailFind all comments by Florin Motiu
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“ Great blessing. ”
I was blessed listening to this sermon. It touched and searched my heart. Blessed blood of the Lord Jesus, poured out for me!

Sermon2/14/18 2:23 AM
Natalie | Sydney, Australia  Find all comments by Natalie
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One Model Marriage
Rev. Ian Goligher
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“ Great Sermon! ”

Sermon2/11/18 10:54 AM
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Sermon:
How To Die In Your Sins
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Powerful sermon faithfully preached!!

Sermon2/7/18 11:53 PM
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Sports Evangelism or Hot Air
Dr. Alan Cairns
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“ Pro Sports: Demeaning to one's sensibility ”
Pro sports is not for the sensible and sober-minded. Just pointing out the obvious.

Sermon2/5/18 7:10 PM
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Intro to 1 Peter - Why Peter?
Rev. John Wagner
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“ A unique and memorable message ”
Pastor, You've made a deep impression on us. We so much appreciate this unique message."Why Peter?" Wow. So much to think about. We're considering him now in a new way, as a real man, someone so much like us. Thank you.

Sermon2/3/18 1:00 AM
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Sports Evangelism or Hot Air
Dr. Alan Cairns
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“ Pro Sports: Pornography for the masses ”
Pro sports, given its propensity for athletes, particularly female athletes being dressed in immodest attire as well as sensual skintight outfits, is just another name for pornography. Enough said.

Sermon2/3/18 12:47 AM
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The Christian and Pop Music
Rev. Peter McIntyre
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“ Pop Music: The Music of Lasciviousness ”
Pop music has been about sexual lasciviousness since its inception during the 1950 decade. Female pop stars like Kelly Clarkson, though musically talented, reflect their sexually promiscuous lifestyles not just in their pop music, but in their immodest attire in the form of leather catsuits, leotards, thigh bearing one piece bathing suits, etcetera. Remember 1 Timothy 2:9.

Sermon2/2/18 3:02 AM
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Sermon:
New Heavens and New Earth
Rev. Gordon Dane
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“ Blessing. ”
This message was a blessing for my soul in this morning. Thank you!

Sermon1/30/18 3:56 PM
Bonnie Graham | San Diego  Find all comments by Bonnie Graham
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1 Corinthians #1
Dr. Michael Barrett
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“ Good teaching ”
Good teaching. Especially on the Greek word ekklesia and also on the fact that the church in Corinth was still Christ's church in spite of all their sins

Sermon1/29/18 10:45 PM
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Prepare for Blessing
Rev. Craig Vosekalns
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amen, the Lord has shown me the same thing.

Sermon1/29/18 3:38 PM
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Sermon:
Why We Are Baptizing Our Child
Rev. Armen Thomassian
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Wonderful message. Both my wife and listened to this message and were richly blessed and encouraged by the clear preaching of God's word

Sermon1/29/18 12:58 AM
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While Mother Teresa was being showered with prestigious accolades like the Nobel Peace Prize in 17 October, 1979, the Protestant Reformer William Tyndale was burned at the stake on 6 October, 1536 just for translating the Bible into the English language. This is a contrast showing that Mother Teresa foolishly pursued worldly prestige and respectability, whereas William Tyndale wisely pursued lowly service and responsibility. Also, the church of Mother Teresa, aka the Roman Catholic Church, was responsible for the Inquisition against Bible-believing Protestants. The legacy of Mother Teresa left Calcutta in India and Tirana in Albania in a state of ruin, whereas the legacy of William Tyndale enlightened the understanding of Great Britain and future generations following afterwards. It is accurate to note that the legacy of Mother Teresa was one of misery in spite of all the prestige that she is showered with even after her passing.

Sermon1/26/18 4:16 PM
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Sermon:
The Entertainment Syndrome & The Modern...
Rev. Stephen Hamilton
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Do greatly appreciated is this sermon, and a great reminder since we are seeing sadly increased idolatry around us and sadly increasing in the church. Glad I came across it in my searching for a good message on idolatry.

Sermon1/25/18 1:17 AM
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Sports Evangelism or Hot Air
Dr. Alan Cairns
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“ Pro Sports: The Pride of Life ”
The lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life. All these things are manifest in pro sports and the pro athletes participating in them. Remember 1 John 2:15-17.

Sermon1/24/18 11:03 PM
Michael | India  Find all comments by Michael
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“ 'I kill and I make alive' ”
The deliberate taking away of life (killing) under the kind of conditions and situations mentioned in this video clip (rare as they are) is still the sole right of GOD. Nowhere does GOD ever give this right to any man (under these situations. Capital punishment is different). We are not "gods" and we cannot play "God" even in exceptional cases. We cannot do evil that good may come. Let GOD be GOD. He knows best, judges most righteously and works sovereignly. His command to us in this regard is "thou shalt not kill." We dare not make of none effect the Word of the Almighty, All-Wise God. Obedience is always better than sacrifice in His sight. (oh, and by the way, I am not a Romanist- I am a Protestant Christian!)

Sermon1/23/18 4:13 AM
Florin Motiu | Oradea, Romania  Contact via emailFind all comments by Florin Motiu
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Sermon:
The Blockade of the Hell Track
Dr. Ian R. K. Paisley
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“ Great message. ”
This is really a heart searching message! It was a blessing for my soul. What blessed stories of God's wonderful saving grace!
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