Tell us what the best 3 sermons / downloads available on this site are?My picks:1) Revival Hymn2) Ray Comfort - Hell's Best Kept Secret3) Leonard Ravenhill - Video Interview
Here's three of my favorites:1. "Praying Through" by B.H. "Burt" Clendennen - This is something that is rarely preached on and many have never heard a sermon on what was referred to as "praying through."2. "A Call to Anguish" by David Wilkerson - One of the most powerful and convicting sermons by Pastor David. If we're ever to have the heart of Jesus, we must share His anguish.3. "Run For Your Life" by Carter Conlon - Preached right after 9/11, a prophetic word to the western world who profess to follow Christ.
1. The Way of the Cross - Zac PoonenThis mans preaching is well balanced and very edifying.2. The Judgment Seat of Christ - Leonard RavenhillEvery person alive needs to hear this man plead for all to live their lives with eternity in mind.3. Ten Shekels and a Shirt - Paris ReidheadA timeless message on true religon.
1) A Call to Anguish - David Wilkerson: No sermon has affected my life more than this one to date...truly a message that changed my prayer life drastically in a plea for a broken heart.2) Ten Shekels and a Shirt - Paris Reidhead: The first message to ever floor me to my knees in repentance and to clarify what being a disciple of Christ Jesus is all about.3) Revival Hymn - Amazing...anytime you combine men of God preaching from the depths of their hearts in the peaks of their messages..just wow. Game Over.Even though these are obvious top downloads and I would look much more sophisticated by placing a sermon on here that is relatively good that no one knows of..I can't. These are amazing and have shaken my soul. God Bless,DOI Pet 4:2
Even though these are obvious top downloads and I would look much more sophisticated by placing a sermon on here that is relatively good that no one knows of..I can't. These are amazing and have shaken my soul.
1. The Judgment Seat of Christ - Leonard Ravenhill2. A Call to Anguish - David WilkersonI cannot choose third one, probably one of the so many powerful sermons by Keith Daniel or Duncan Campbell