Here is a short bio on this speaker, I will be adding another 100+ sermons God willing right now there are over 40+ on the site:[i]Dr. Thompson spent his formative years along the rugged coastline of New England. He was converted to Christ in 1944 while serving with the U.S. Marines in Hawaii on the island of Oahu. A year later, after the conclusion of W.W.II, he was called to preach the gospel while stationed in Sasebo, Japan.A former educator, lecturer, and public school administrator, he holds the degree of Doctor of Education from the University of Rochester, New York, and possesses three Life Credentials in the State of California. After many years of work in secular education the Lord burdened his heart to write concerning the works of redemption which come after the Pentecostal experience.He and his wife, Audrey, have served since February 1976 as pastors of Mount Zion Fellowship in Poway, California. Dr. Thompson has authored over four hundred books, booklets, and pamphlets concerning the Christian salvation.[/i][b]Robert B. Thompson Sermons[/b]:http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/viewcat.php?cid=522
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Praise God for this dear Brother in Christ, Jesus! I just finished listening to his teaching on the resurrection and, as he spoke about Philippians 3:10 and 11 where Paul says: "That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death; IF BY ANY MEANS I MIGHT ATTAIN UNTO THE RESURRECTION OF THE DEAD," (KJV), I was reminded of a scripture I read a long time ago that has never left me. It is last part of Hosea 8:5, where the Lord asks the question: " . . .how long will it be ere they ATTAIN TO INNOCENCY?"Could it be that Paul's desire to "attain unto the royal priesthood resurrection that is actually a resurrection OUT FROM AMONG the dead in answer to God's question in Hosea 8:5? My heart is so quickened in the affirmative to this question, I would like very much to hear what the Holy Spirit is saying to the rest of the body of Christ in regard to it.
I am glad that this brothers sermons have blessed you already, I will be adding many more.
Just wondering Greg.How did you happen to stumble across Dr. Thompson's sermons? I'm asking because alot of my friends have been under his ministry for a number of years now.Lyndon
How did you happen to stumble across Dr. Thompson's sermons? I'm asking because alot of my friends have been under his ministry for a number of years now.