Great Sermon! Much needed message in these times. no screaming, no shouting, just the truth.
Great Sermon! Thank you for your sermon on prayer
Great Sermon! This sermon is so true!!
Florin Motiu (3/23/2012)
from Oradea, Romania
Great seriousness. This is true. What a serious thing! What a great responsibility on us!
Great Sermon! So true...prayer is the key to revival and blessing.
I'd encourage everyone also to read what men of God like George Muller, D. L. Moody, Torrey and Andrew Murray said on prayer. You can find a great collection of their thoughts on prayer here:
http://christianclassic books.blogspot.com/p/featured.h tml
Weng 5 (1/19/2012)
Great Sermon! Powerful sermon!It encourages me to pray more and give more time in reading the Bible.My sincere thanks Dr. Cairns.
Janie Worth (1/15/2006)
from New Zealand
Great Sermon! I can see why you recommended this sermon. Powerful stuff. With the way society is going, especially with the latest "Gay" legislation, it is a wonder that the Lord is tarrying... I have never seen a nation deteriorate the way Gt Britain has. One only needs to go back and read the late 19th century English literature to see how the society then (morally speaking) was a galaxy away from today's! I certainly will recommend this sermon to others and it has greatly stimulated me to pray like I never have before. Thank you!
Andrew Hall (11/6/2004)
from Worcester, United Kingdom
Please listen to this. This series on prayer is very important. This particular message is indeed a wake-up call - to me and I hope to many others. I am guilty of neglecting prayer from time to time when it should be our utmost priority before going into any situation.
Thank you pastor for this message - it affirms and confirms much that I have been feeling and reading in the scriptures lately. This exhortation and encouragment to prayer will challenge any who hear it.
Dr. Alan Cairns served for 25 years as pastor of Faith Free Presbyterian Church, Greenville, SC, before retiring and being named Pastor Emeritus in 2007. Prior to coming to the United States, he pastored Free Presbyterian churches in Dunmurry and Ballymoney, in Co. Antrim,...