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 Last sermon listened to.... ?

What has been the last sermon you have listened to on SermonIndex and how did it bless or inspire you?

SI Moderator - Greg Gordon

 2004/11/30 21:54Profile

Joined: 2003/7/31
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Phoenix, Arizona USA

 Re: Last sermon listened to.... ?

The last sermon I listened to was [url=]'Nearness of Jesus'[/url] by Basilea Schlink

I was a bit surprised by this download because this is really more of a narrative (given by several different people) than a sermon. It was testimony about the Lord's dealings with the women who He used to start the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary in Germany at the end of WWII. The testimony is interspersed with beautiful hymns that Ms. Schlink wrote.

To put it simply, Jesus is just exalted and adored in this testimony, the simple love and trust expressed in and through these women left me feeling like I know nothing of the love of Calvary.

I usually go for the meaty offerings from guys like Katz, Poonen, Conlon,and Daniel to name a few but this was a delightful message of love and hope that is equally meaty in its own way. I have been convicted recently of my own lovelessness and this message just seemed to turn up the flame on those convictions.

Good stuff, I don't know where else would I find something like that other than here on SI. Thanks Greg.

In Christ,


Ron Halverson

 2004/11/30 22:46Profile


I'm sure everyone has listened to these messages before, but I listened to them again recently.

"Are we longing for repentance" and "The Judgment Seat of Christ" both by Leonard Ravenhill.

 2004/12/1 4:06

Joined: 2003/9/16
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"Baptism of Fire" by Pastor David Wilkerson. The fire has come to purge and for that I praise Jesus. It's a great message to hear.

Ed Pugh

 2004/12/7 10:44Profile

Joined: 2004/11/19
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I listened to Iain Murray on John Knox. I thought it was a great message. Partly academic and partly a sermon. I am also grateful that Vance Havner's sermon "Is This That?" is on the index! Its very powerful.

 2004/12/22 16:35Profile

Joined: 2004/4/27
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The sermon, "(MEN WHO MET GOD) MOSES- THE BUSH" was the last one...but really the whole men who met God series by A.W Tozer was great.


James Gabriel Gondai Dziya

 2004/12/22 21:00Profile

Joined: 2004/11/4
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Keith Green's "The Error of Balaam." A timely (for me at least) warning about a common, yet subtle at times, temptation.

 2004/12/23 1:45Profile

Joined: 2003/8/29
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[url=] The Reproach of the Solemn Assembly - Part 1[/url]
[url=]The Reproach of the Solemn Assembly - Part 2[/url]

This is a great sermon by David Wilkerson, really helped encourage me to stand for the true gospel and gave me confirmation for a current situation in my life.


 2004/12/23 8:14Profile

Joined: 2004/11/23
Posts: 91
San Pedro, California

 Re: Last sermon listened to.... ?

Well, I've been downloading 1-2 David Wilkerson sermons and burning them to CD just about every day. I listen to them in the car and before I go to sleep. At this rate I am going to have to get a new CD burner before long. :)

My favorites have been Shall We Continue in Sin and Feeding Christ.

As we speak I am burning A Craving For the Presence of the Lord and Power Over Sin by David Wilkerson.



 2005/1/1 3:40Profile

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