Thank you for this awesome site. I really enjoy the preaching of Ravenhill, Tozer and Wilkerson. I live in Australia, and boy do we need the Lord to "raise up" some prophets/preachers like these mighty men of faith. Keep up the good work. And may the Lord bless you and keep you.Adam
Thank you Adam,I hope you are blessed also with listening to these sermons. Please tell other people about this resource and feel free to participate in the forums.
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May I ask what denomination and church you go to?
At this stage of the game I really do not profess to belong to a particular denomination. I live in a small town of about 13,000 people having just come home from living in Melbourne. I attended a brethren church in Melbourne. They were not a strict brethren. I have attended an AOG (pentecostal church) and church of christ in my town. It is really hard to find a genuine "new testament church" now a days. I don't know how it is over in the US. I have just recently (all of last sunday actually) returned to the AOG church. The preaching is quite sound. I like the vision that the pastor has for the lost in the town. They also have prayer meetings which is a big plus. After listening to Leonard Ravenhill, courteous of your website, I am starting to place a great signifigance on prayer. At the end of the day I am still a "babe" in Christ and am just trying to find a flock that I can call home.
Yes it is true that in heaven there will be no denominations :-D I like brethren (have you listened to T. Austin Sparks?) I think he was brethren also Stephen Kaung!I go to Knox Presbyterian Church, but as you say I am a 'Christian' not a 'Presbyterian'.
After listening to Leonard Ravenhill, courteous of your website, I am starting to place a great signifigance on prayer.