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Listen to freely downloadable audio sermons by the speaker Carter Conlon in mp3 format. Carter Conlon is the Senior Pastor of Times Square Church. David Wilkerson is the Founding Pastor of Times Square Church. God called Brother Carter to full-time ministry in Canada by faith and He has been serving the Lord with the same faith till this day.

God has used brother Carter Conlon to preach across the world at pastors conferences and evangelism crusades. He has also recently written 2 books with the newest title: "Fear Not" in which he is strengthening the body of Christ for what is coming upon the world in the end-times.

 The Wayward Church will Soon be Ashamed by Carter Conlon

Topic: Prophetic Message
Scripture(s): Ezekiel 16  
Description: Carter Conlon shares a prophetic message to the Wayward Church of North America. This is a powerful indictment and call of mercy from the heart of God towards all believers. May we be found in repentance and humility before God in these terrible last days.
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 The Willingness that Precedes the Glory by Carter Conlon

Topic: Willing
Scripture(s): 1 Chronicles 29  
Description: February 13, 2005 - We must come to an understanding that God is faithful. We don’t give to God for what we can get from Him, nor do we give when it is burdensome. We are to offer ourselves willingly as God gives us the release to do so. We must have a balanced understanding to what it means to give to the work of God.
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 The Willingness to Kill Jesus by Carter Conlon

Topic: Christian Life
Description: nil
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 The Willingness to Love by Carter Conlon

Topic: Love
Scripture(s): John 15:1-17  
Description: December 14, 2008 - It's not easy to love people. How can we love people the way Christ loves us? Loving others is hopeless unless we abide in Christ and allow Him to do through us what we cannot do for ourselves. It has to be Christ in us - the newness of His life and love flowing in us and through us. Unconditional giving of ourselves is the basis for an explosion of joy! Start loving and be ready for the miraculous.
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 The Wise Man's Eyes by Carter Conlon

Topic: Foolish Man
Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 2:14-20  
Description: February 1, 2009 - The fool says in his heart there is not an absolute sovereign God, and God does not have the right to govern our lives. The fool cannot see the work of God or the value of a soul. We can have all wisdom and knowledge and still reject the truth of God's Word. The wise man however, sees God above all that exists and allows His Word to begin to shape and mold the very fibers of our being. The wise man acknowledges that God chose us to display His justice and mercy in the earth so that the destitute would come to know there is a God who loves them. God's work in the earth is ALL ABOUT PEOPLE.
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 The Wisest Man Who Ever Lived by Carter Conlon

Topic: Wisdom
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 The Witness of Truth by Carter Conlon

Topic: Truth
Scripture(s): John 18:37-38, Proverbs 7:15  
Description: Its one thing to tell people about God its another thing to be a living witness of His truth. Truth is an effective witness when our speech and actions are one. Truth has a confidence in God that believes He is in control and He works all circumstances for our good. When Truth stands before the unsaved and God begins to reveal Himself through our lives, the truth that is in us will force a man to search his heart. The man or woman that is a witness to truth shows a dying world that there us a Living God that bears witness to Himself through our lives.
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 The Written Judgment Of God by Carter Conlon

Topic: Judgment Of God
Scripture(s): Psalm 149  
Description: This message is especially for people who are tormented by past experiences and failures. Carter uses Mark 5, where the word speaks of the man who cuts himself, in a word picture that describes someone whose thinking can’t get free from the past. Carter also describes what Jesus has done at the cross with his death and resurrection in taking captivity captive along with Psalm 149 to describe a Christian’s victory over Satan because of what Christ has done. The sermon is titled The Written Judgment Of God because of the judgment that is written against Satan in the scriptures. Satan no longer has the power keep a Christian in a place of defeat and cause the Christian to cut himself with thoughts because of the past. As Jesus said, “It is finished.” These past sins have been removed as far as the East is from the West.
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 The Year That King Uzziah Died by Carter Conlon

Topic: Uzziah
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 There is a Song in Every Barren Womb by Carter Conlon

Topic: Barren
Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 2:27-36  
Description: April 23, 2006 – God will cause the deepest desires of our to go unmet to create a longing in our heart. He wil keep us from the things we ve asked for until there is a cry from the depths of our spirit that will bring back to God the very thing we are asking Him for. God waits for this cry that comes from the barreness of our souls and He wil come at His appointed time and bring forth fruit that wil cahnge a generation ang bring Him glory.
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 There Is A Way To A Rejoicing Heart by Carter Conlon

Topic: Rejoicing
Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 1:6-7;Psalms 74:10;Luke 10:25  
Description: It would be awful to go before the Lord with a barren place in our heart and life, an area not touched yet by the Lord where we do not have victory. Yet that is exactly what Hannah did, in spite of the fact she was provoked sore by her adversary, and mocked for her barrenness. The enemy will come and lie to you accusing you, telling you God sees your flaws and has withdrawn from you. Hannah began to fast and pray, so desperate for God to birth something in her that she was willing to give it back to him if he would. And he did. We can appropriate this lesson for our own lives. And we will find the way to the rejoicing heart, just as Hannah did.
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 They Bowed Their Heads And Worshipped by Carter Conlon

Topic: Worship
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 Thoughts On Faith and Prayer by Carter Conlon

Topic: Prayer
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 Thoughts On Faith And Prayer by Carter Conlon

Topic: Prayer
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 Thy Kingdom Come by Carter Conlon

Topic: Kingdom Of God
Scripture(s): Matthew 24:3-14, Matthew 13:11, Matthew 21:43  
Description: The kingdom of God is not an exterior kingdom, it is interior. The Kingdom of God is within us. Jesus said the Kingdom of God has nothing to do with outward show. It is a work that God is doing in us. It is Christ Himself coming into our heart to sit down and commune with us and bring us into the plan of God. The Kingdom is an interior work of God does in the heart. When the kingdom of God is set up in our heart we will put all our dreams at the feet of Jesus and be moved with compassion to leave our security until we finds the lost sheep and bring them home to the Father's House. Will you open up your heart to the cry of this generation? It starts with this cry: THY KINGDOM COME!
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 Tis Not The Season To Be Discouraged by Carter Conlon

Topic: Discouragement
Scripture(s): 1 Kings 19:11-13, 1 Kings 18:46  
Description: December 16, 2007 - The Christmas season for many is a time of loneliness and discouragement. There is a moment in everyone's life when God will come and whisper His truth in our hearts, that ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE when Christ is at the center of our lives. God has the power to break us into pieces and consume us, and He would be be completely justified in doing so, but it is not in His heart to do so. Christmas is a season that reminds us that no matter how many times we fail Him, He sent His son Jesus to carry us through our journey. God walks with those who walk with Him. He restores, He gives strength, He gives hope and provision. This season we are lovingly reminded that the supernatural life of Christ is entwined with the natural life of man and we become a new creation. This Christmas listen to the still small voice of Jesus and let Him fill your heart with JOY.
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 Touching the Tears of Failure by Carter Conlon

Topic: Failure
Scripture(s): Hebrews 11:21  
Description: November 9, 2008 - The plan of God is not hindered in our life because of our failures and frailties. We will be brought into an incredible battle through the events of our life. Questions will bombard our mind such as, "Have I grieved you? Did I miss God? Did I really hear from God?" Through this time of discouragement God is working behind the scenes and like living water that can flow through every hindrance, He will bypass our failures and frailties and bring us into His divine purpose and plan. When we see Jesus at the end of our journey He will begin to wipe away all our tears. We are going to a place where there is no sorrow or pain, so take heart!
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 Trust In Christ Is Everything by Carter Conlon

Topic: Trusting God
Scripture(s): Hebrews 11:8-10  
Description: A message of separation focusing on our trust in God and in laying down that which is dearest to our heart, our sense of purpose and value is not here in this world, it's in Christ alone. This is a great exhortation on the overcoming power of our in-dwelling God.
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 Unafraid and Unashamed by Carter Conlon

Topic: Unashamed
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 Understanding Spiritual Authority (Part 1): What is Aaron That You Murmur Against Him? by Carter Conlon

Topic: Spiritual Authority
Scripture(s): Numbers 16:1-11  
Description: October 23, 2005 - Aaron was grafted into the body to supply a lack. The failure to acknowledge Aaron was a failure to bend the knee and acknowledge God. The inability to acknowledge ministry leaders in the place where God has placed them in the body is rebellion against God. Many times we form in our mind a perceived deficiency toward that person based on our own opinion. How can we say Jesus is Lord and not acknowledge His authority.
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