[b]FEATURED SERMON: A Burning Heart by Leonard Ravenhill[/b]A Burning Heart by Leonard Ravenhilldescription: Ravenhill speaks from a text in Isaiah and speaks much about the role of the prophet. But really this is just him sharing his heart for revival and on the lukewarm condition of the church. You can really sense his burden as he just shares as the Spirit leads. You will be convicted as you hear this message and brought to your knees to become an agent of change in the church.
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Here are some comments on this sermon so far:Linniebear (June 05/2006) comment id: 1129Reviewed by: LinniebearRavenhill is heavy duty. The burning heart is not for the faint, or weak of faith. It is not for those who want to be simply religious, but if you want to have a relationship with the Lord, then this sermon will inspire you to change, to grow and have a desire to know the heart of God. It will stir you, challenge you to repentance. We are so far from where God wants us! Be inspired, be encouraged, God is not finished with us yet! Praise the Lord! Not all biblical (May 24/2006) comment id: 1091Reviewed by: sophieI thought Ravenhill came across as not liking people very much. At one point he said "Some people say 'God hates your sin but loves you, the sinner', but that's bunkum - God hates you for sinning". That is definitely unbiblical - e.g. "God demonstrated his love for us in this: while we were still sinners, Christ died for us". In another part he launched a scathing personal attack on the physical appearance of the wife of a tele-preacher he disapproved of. I'm sure he had good reasons for not liking their ministry, but to mock a woman's make-up and hair with the vitriol that he used made him sound just spiteful. Jesus called the pharisees a "brood of vipers" on the basis of their behaviour, but I can't imagine him saying, "and you're also fat and ugly". He said lots of good stuff about holiness and revival, but love seemed to be left out. An Uncomfortable message (August 03/2005) comment id: 418Reviewed by: Limey153Think your a Godly person?, think your doing alright in your faith? Well!! Listen to this! This message is amazing and will have you flat on your face in prayer before God. Praise God for men like this who will just preach the truth. a must for every pulpit (May 17/2005) comment id: 322Reviewed by: JaimeA very stirring message every pastor should listen that could affect the entire congregation to bring the Presence in our services.God help us. What Have We Done? (April 28/2005) comment id: 281Reviewed by: SundaypunchHe sums up the sickness that pervades the church today. A divided heart. A slack devotion. A knowledge of God, but no real relationship with Him. I dare you to listen to this and not be affected. slain in the spirit (April 17/2005) comment id: 266Reviewed by: jasond76whoa! all need to hear this message. it is for hungry seekers of God. Leave your comment by clicking here below:http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/singlefile.php?lid=4229&commentView=postComment
tis truly a convicting sermon, i very much enjoyed it.a must listen.