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 (South West Baptist Church 2008) Ingredients for a Personal Prayer Life by Gerhard Du Toit

Topic: Prayer Life
Scripture(s): Matthew 6:6-13, Luke 11:5-13  
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 Overcoming Moral Impurity by Al Henson

Topic: Moral Impurity
Scripture(s): Luke 11:6-13, 1 Corinthians 10: 12-13, 1 Corinthians 15:57-58  
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 Except Ye Repent by Paris Reidhead

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Luke 13:3-5, John 6:54, Hebrews 2:3  
Description: Brother Reidhead addresses many of the sayings of Christ and Paul that cut the most, and the modern errors of thinking that do not show fruit of these verses and concepts; namely: repentance, submission, fellowship with God, and stedfast faith. "Are you prepared to pray in accord with this sovereign and gracious operation of God? If you are then you're going to change your praying. Instead of saying, initially, 'Lord, save Him,' you're going to say, 'Lord, slay him. Bring him to the awareness of his desperate plight. Awaken him to his danger. Convict him of his crimes.'"
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 Accidents, Not Punishments by C. H. Spurgeon

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Luke 13:1-5  
Description: A SERMON DELIVERED ON SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER THE 8TH, 1861, BY THE REV. C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “There were present at that season some that told him of the Galileans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. And Jesus answering said unto them, suppose ye that these Galileans were sinners above all the Galileans, because they suffered such things? I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. Or those eighteen, upon whom the tower in Siloam fell and slew them, think ye that they were sinners above all men that dwelt in Jerusalem! I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.” — Luke 13:1-5. THE year 1861 will have a notoriety among its fellows as the year of calamities. Just at that season when man goeth forth to reap the fruit of his labors, when the harvest of the earth is ripe, and the barns are beginning to burst with the new wheat, Death too, the mighty reaper, has come forth to cut down his harvest; full sheaves have been gathered into his garner — the tomb, and terrible have been the wailings which compose the harvest hymn of death. In reading the newspapers during the last two weeks, even the most stolid must have been the subject of very painful feelings. Not only have there been catastrophes so alarming that the blood chills at their remembrance, but column after column of the paper has been devoted to calamities of a minor degree of horror...
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 Christ’s Call to Repentance by David Wilkerson

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Luke 13:1-5  
Description: March 13, 2005. God is speaking through all these natural disasters and judgment is coming. But we as Christians must not be smug and judge those who don’t know the Lord, rather we are to look at our selves and keep our heart in a constant state of repentance.
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 (Revelations Of The Gospel) 2. A Revelation Of Forsaking All by Jason Robinson

Topic: Forsaking All
Scripture(s): Luke 13:1-5, Luke 14:33  
Description: The Gospel is like a Crystal, with many different colored lights shinning out of the same gem. Some look at the Crystal and say it is green, and others say "no its red." But the mature one walks around the Crystal and says "your both right" It is the same with the gospel in the scriptures. There are many different ingredients that make up the recipe of the gospel. This series attempts to show all the ingredients of the gospel. This is important because if our recipe is different than Gods, then we will not get the same result found in the book of Acts.
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 Revival Stories: Sam Jones by E.A. Johnston

Topic: Biography
Scripture(s): Luke 13:5  
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 The Voice of the Lost by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Lost Souls
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: The Rich Man had the voice of a lost soul finally realizing his irreversible predicament. Even in hell, he tried to reach out to others so they wouldn’t share his unspeakable fate. Dr. Tozer uses the story of Lazarus and the Rich Man to illustrate the Truth that a person’s final destination does not depend on whether he is rich or poor. He says they’re in Heaven or hell simply because that is where they belong.
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 Luke 16:19 by William MacDonald

Topic: Lazarus
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19  
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 A Prayer Meeting in Hell by Reginald Cranston

Topic: Prayer Meeting
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: The hopeless state of a lost soul in Hell. This sermon is powerful and true and the preacher bring out the plain truth that there is a hell to shun and a heaven to Gain.. he show also that there is torments in hell and no escape for those who got to hell.
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 God's Bloodhound by Rolfe Barnard

Topic: Misconceptions
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: Rolfe Barnard speaks with power and authority against many misconceptions and falsities found in the Church of Jesus Christ. He takes us on a journey to hell with Abraham too see that hell is eternal and everlasting. This sermon will move and impact you for eternity.
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 God's Bloodhound by Rolfe Barnard by SermonIndex.net Classics Podcast

Topic: Podcast
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: Rolfe Barnard speaks with power and authority against many misconceptions and falsities found in the Church of Jesus Christ. He takes us on a journey to hell with Abraham too see that hell is eternal and everlasting. This sermon will move and impact you for eternity.
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 A Prayer from Hell by Gary Kopfstein

Topic: Prayer
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: A simple, passionate gospel message on this sobering text of the Rich man and Lazarus. It speaks of our eternal destination and abode either in heaven or hell. What a sobering reality that there is prayer in hell.
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 The Great Change by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Change
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19–31  
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 Hell by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Hell
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
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 A Sermon from Hell by Scott Ardavanis

Topic: Hell
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: Scott Ardavanis delivers this message the Masters College chapel service. This message is a very sobering sermon on the doctrine of hell as he shows us the reality of hell in the Scriptures. Oh that this doctrine would change us and make us different Christians in our daily walk with the Lord.
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 Hell: Isn't the God of Christianity an angry Judge? by Tim Keller

Topic: Hell
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: The Christian understanding of hell gives us insight into the danger of our own hearts. It also gives us resources to live in peace in the world, and to know the love of God who suffered hell for us.
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 The Rich Man and Lazarus by John Murray

Topic: Lazarus
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: There is contrast in this life between the splendor of the rich man and the poverty of Lazarus; there is also the contrast of complete reversal of condition for each man when he dies; God's tender care in the ministry of angels at death; Lazarus was brought into intimate relationship to the saints in heaven; the rich man's torments in hell were so extreme that he desired even a momentary alleviation; the condition of each man after death cannot be changed; the rich man's request that a messenger from the dead be sent to warn his brothers insinuates that God had been unjust in not giving more opportunity for repentance; but messengers from the dead would not bring us to repentance if we will not hearken to the warnings of Scripture.
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 The Burning Hell That Jesus Preached by Ian Paisley

Topic: Hell
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: nil
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 Hell by Rolfe Barnard

Topic: Hell
Scripture(s): Luke 16:23  
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