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Audio Sermons : By Scripture : 1 Corinthians

 Personal Victory For The New Year by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Victory
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 16:13-14  
Description: The upbeat “Personal Victory For the New Year” was recorded on the morning of New Year’s Eve, 1961, in Toronto, Ontario. It was the first of at least two messages that Pastor A. W. Tozer preached on this date, the other being “The New Year As God Sees It,” which he delivered shortly before midnight. In the morning message, he focuses on 1 Corinthians 16:13-14, and upon the critical importance of staying watchful. A sure way to let one’s guard down is to believe that the Devil does not exist. The pastor goes on to contemplate masculine and feminine virtues, and reads from what he considers to be the most disturbing chapter of the Bible, 1 Corinthians 13:1-7. He concludes with three things that will make us strong: 1) the Spirit’s infilling; 2) the Lord’s indwelling; 3) prayer and the Scriptures. The length of the sermon is 42 minutes and 15 seconds.
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 (1 Corinthians) Overview to Chapter 16 by Brian Brodersen

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Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 16:1-24  
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 Where are the Men? by Paul Washer

Topic: Calling
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 16:13, Mark 1:32-39  
Description: Paul Washer sometimes expounds a number of different (but often related) topics in his sermons, and this message is no exception. Preaching in Denmark, he opens with a plea for men who have a zeal for the Lord’s house, who will stand up and be counted, and will seize the opportunities for preaching the gospel while they exist. Moving on to Chapter 1 of Mark’s gospel, he shows how demanding life can be for the zealous man of God, as exemplified in the ministry of Jesus Christ himself. If the Son of God could not live on earth without prayer and secret communion with his Father, how much less can we. He was never too busy to pray; nor should we be. Everything we are in public, is formed by what we are in private when we are alone with God, says Mr Washer; and he then goes on to use the Luke 18 passage to expound the topic of persevering prayer, showing both how and why we should endure in prayer, how God delights in it, and what it can achieve. (79 minutes)
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 Do Everything Out Of Love by Arno Stegen by SermonIndex.net Classics Podcast

Topic: Podcast
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 16:14  
Description: Arno Stegen shares his sermon on the topic of having the love of God in our lifes. He speaks of many practical ways to show if we do nor do not have the love of God in our heart. All ministry, work, and serving God can be vain without it being done out of love from the heart for God. This is a very challenging and strong sermon on a much needed topic to be shared.
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 Do Everything Out Of Love by Arno Stegen

Topic: Love
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 16:14  
Description: Arno Stegen shares his sermon on the topic of having the love of God in our lifes. He speaks of many practical ways to show if we do nor do not have the love of God in our heart. All ministry, work, and serving God can be vain without it being done out of love from the heart for God. This is a very challenging and strong sermon on a much needed topic to be shared.
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 The Judgement Seat of Christ by Erwin Lutzer

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Scripture(s): 2 Corinthians 5:9-10, 1 Corinthians 3:12-15  
Description: What does Judgment mean for a Christian? Pastor Lutzer expounds the Judgments’ of Christ. Lutzer goes on and preaches that a Christian will be judged fairly, individually and thoroughly. This is a much neglected topic in preaching in our generation.
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 Everyone's Work Will Be Tried By Fire by Carter Conlon

Topic: Judgment Seat Of Christ
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 3:1-15,1 Corinthians 1:10  
Description: God wants to move in his church but he needs a people standing on the Rock who will not draw attention to themselves or misuse the gifts of the Spirit for personal gain or ambition. A people whose main desire is to glorify God, not flesh. When there is a focus on personalities, or certain ministers, with respect of persons, this will lead to the same trouble in the church today it led to in the Corinthian church as Paul dealt with in these scriptures. Division and self promotion.
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 (1 Corinthians) Overview to Chapter 3 by Brian Brodersen

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Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 3:1-23  
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 (1 Corinthians) Building the Church by Brian Brodersen

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Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 3:10-17  
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 Build on God´s firm foundation by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Jesus Christ
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 3:10-14  
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 Judgment Seat of Christ - Part 1 (alternative 2) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15, Hebrews 9:27  
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 Judgment Seat of Christ - Part 2 (alternative 2) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15, Hebrews 9:27  
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 BUILDING MATERIALS FOR HEAVEN by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 3:12-13  
Description: We see God’s greatest love for us in the fact that He never tires in His efforts to prepare us for eternity. And eternity is waiting for all of us. This meditation will help us to understand how our life today is the deciding factor for our life tomorrow. Kanaan is the home of the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary, an international, interdenominational organization founded in 1947 within the framework of the German Evangelical (Protestant) Church. Website: www.kanaan.org
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 The Judgement Seat Of Christ - Part 1 (alternate) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat Of Christ
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15  
Description: A deeply moving wake-up call to the church, instructing her to live in the light of eternity, "for we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ" (2 Corinthians 5:10). Leonard Ravenhill describes the judgment day from Scripture as a court day where the verdict is final. He first points to the judgment of the unjust and then focusses on the judgment of the righteous. He emphasizes that we will all stand before Jesus alone and will not only be judged for what we have done, but also for what we have not done that we should have done. He denounces the worldliness of the people of God who invest their time and money as the world does - thus building on wood, hay and stubble as opposed to silver, gold and precious stones. Leonard Ravenhill strongly opposes today's "sloppy gospel" and "sloppy evangelism" of a love with no judgment. He warns that we are passing from the mercy of the lamb to the wrath of the lamb when Jesus judges the earth and mercy will be gone forever. As the work of every human being shall be tried in the fire, many public ministries will go down in ashes. Leonard describes 95 % of believers as bound by superstition and theology. He criticizes the unjust money-making of public ministries that leads to false investments of large amounts of money. He states that we must have Jesus take the government over our lives in reality and be lost and consumed in Him. Ravenhill closes his sermon with a strong call to repentance: "If we cannot live as a different breed of people on this earth we have no right to live here. God stamp eternity on my eyeballs."
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 The Judgement Seat Of Christ - Part 2 (alternate) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat Of Christ
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15  
Description: A deeply moving wake-up call to the church, instructing her to live in the light of eternity, "for we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ" (2 Corinthians 5:10). Leonard Ravenhill describes the judgment day from Scripture as a court day where the verdict is final. He first points to the judgment of the unjust and then focusses on the judgment of the righteous. He emphasizes that we will all stand before Jesus alone and will not only be judged for what we have done, but also for what we have not done that we should have done. He denounces the worldliness of the people of God who invest their time and money as the world does - thus building on wood, hay and stubble as opposed to silver, gold and precious stones. Leonard Ravenhill strongly opposes today's "sloppy gospel" and "sloppy evangelism" of a love with no judgment. He warns that we are passing from the mercy of the lamb to the wrath of the lamb when Jesus judges the earth and mercy will be gone forever. As the work of every human being shall be tried in the fire, many public ministries will go down in ashes. Leonard describes 95 % of believers as bound by superstition and theology. He criticizes the unjust money-making of public ministries that leads to false investments of large amounts of money. He states that we must have Jesus take the government over our lives in reality and be lost and consumed in Him. Ravenhill closes his sermon with a strong call to repentance: "If we cannot live as a different breed of people on this earth we have no right to live here. God stamp eternity on my eyeballs."
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 The Judgment Seat of Christ (alternate 3) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15  
Description: A deeply moving wake-up call to the church, instructing her to live in the light of eternity, "for we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ" (2 Corinthians 5:10). Leonard Ravenhill describes the judgment day from Scripture as a court day where the verdict is final. He first points to the judgment of the unjust and then focusses on the judgment of the righteous. He emphasizes that we will all stand before Jesus alone and will not only be judged for what we have done, but also for what we have not done that we should have done. He denounces the worldliness of the people of God who invest their time and money as the world does - thus building on wood, hay and stubble as opposed to silver, gold and precious stones. Leonard Ravenhill strongly opposes today's "sloppy gospel" and "sloppy evangelism" of a love with no judgment. He warns that we are passing from the mercy of the lamb to the wrath of the lamb when Jesus judges the earth and mercy will be gone forever. As the work of every human being shall be tried in the fire, many public ministries will go down in ashes. Leonard describes 95 % of believers as bound by superstition and theology. He criticizes the unjust money-making of public ministries that leads to false investments of large amounts of money. He states that we must have Jesus take the government over our lives in reality and be lost and consumed in Him. Ravenhill closes his sermon with a strong call to repentance: "If we cannot live as a different breed of people on this earth we have no right to live here. God stamp eternity on my eyeballs."
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 52 Principle 48 - We Are a Body of Christ Together by Principles For The Gathering of Believers

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 3:5, 1 Corinthians 3:1-17, 1 Corinthians 12:26  
Description: God is no respecter of persons. Each person has a value more than the world’s riches and Jesus died for each person. The lesson that we learn in North Korea is that Christians lay down their lives and become martyrs, be they an apostle, or pastor, or a believer. We are rewarded and judged each based on our own works in relation to the gifts God has given us. As believers in Jesus Christ we are all disciples, and all have the same standing, yet leaders have a greater accountability before God.
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 The Voice of Gods Judgement by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Gods Judgement
Scripture(s): Romans 14:12,1 Corinthians 3:13,1 Corinthians 4:5  
Description: According to Dr. Tozer, Christians have a tendency to hold fast to one truth at the expense of another. Then, after a time, someone comes along and preaches the forgotten Truth -- as Martin Luther did with the doctrine of justification by faith. He was first considered a heretic for peaching an unfamiliar (actually, forgotten) doctrine, but it marked the beginning of the reformation of the church. Has justification by faith now overshadowed other truths, like the inevitability of God's judgment? Dr. Tozer explores this possibility and reaches some disturbing conclusions.
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 A Man Of God by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Interview
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 3:13-17  
Description: Leonard Ravenhill pours out his heart on many issues that are important to the Church situation we find ourselves in. There are many keys to revival and the Christian life given in this recording. The duration of this video is about two hours long, you will not be the same after listening to it.
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 Gifts of the Holy Spirit - Part 2 by J. Vernon McGee

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Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 13, 1 Corinthians 14:1-25  
Description: With careful attention to Biblical context, McGee shares some thought-provoking words about the gift of tongues, including his personal observations of the Charismatic movement. He also explains what is the most important and most needed gift today.
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