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"Pilgrim and Sojourner." - 1 Peter 2:11

 All To Jesus (compilation) VIDEO VERSION! LIFE [email protected]~



I have watched this twice now and have been very ministered to in my Spirit. I watched it with another brother and his wife and it really spoke to their hearts! Oh may resources like this stir us to our knees. We need to be "disturbed!"

You can watch this on google video here:

[b]All To Jesus[/b]

SI Moderator - Greg Gordon

 2007/2/10 16:01Profile

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"Pilgrim and Sojourner." - 1 Peter 2:11

 Re: All To Jesus (compilation) VIDEO VERSION! LIFE [email protected]~

I have added the video download file also on here below:

[b]All To Jesus (video)[/b]

SI Moderator - Greg Gordon

 2007/2/10 17:47Profile

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I can't get it to play after I downloaded it. It plays fine at Google video. Media Player says it is not recognized. Any ideas?




 2007/2/10 18:58Profile

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"Pilgrim and Sojourner." - 1 Peter 2:11


I can't get it to play after I downloaded it. It plays fine at Google video. Media Player says it is not recognized. Any ideas?

You need to play it in quicktime. I recommend you simply download "itunes" software from Once you have that sofware you can click on the below link also to subscribe to the podcast with it:

[b]SI Podcast[/b]

SI Moderator - Greg Gordon

 2007/2/10 19:05Profile

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Something is really goofy with this link. When I click on it Greek looking stuff appears all over the place.

I have all the itunes stuff, I really just need to get the stand alone quicktime file. This link is kinda goofy. (could very well be me)

Thanks again



 2007/2/10 19:43Profile

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"Pilgrim and Sojourner." - 1 Peter 2:11


Something is really goofy with this link. When I click on it Greek looking stuff appears all over the place.

You need to "right click" on the text link and choose "save target as" to save it to your desktop. then you can play it in your itunes.

SI Moderator - Greg Gordon

 2007/2/10 20:36Profile

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I’m familiar with doing this type of thing; that’s why I ‘m so puzzled. It’s just not working for me. Is anyone else having trouble with this?

Sorry to be such a pain.

Thanks again



 2007/2/10 21:13Profile

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 Re: All To Jesus (compilation) VIDEO VERSION! LIFE [email protected]~

thanks for this greg,
this is good stuff.

Zeke Oosthuis

 2007/2/11 0:58Profile

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here are some of the sermons that you can hear in the compilation...(i will add direct links later)

Knowing Jesus by Major Ian Thomas

Chosen to be Holy by Alan Redpath

What is it to accept christ Part 1 & 2 by A W Tozer

ezekiel(men who meet god) A W Tozer

if you agree by Paris Reidhead

what is your life by L.Ravenhill

suffer here or suffer there by L.Ravenhill

here is also a writen transcrip



(Leonard Ravenhill)
If I was to ask you tonight, you were saved? Do you say 'Yes, I am saved’? When? 'Oh so and so preached, I got baptized and...' Are you saved? What are you saved from, hell?
Are you saved from bitterness?
Are you saved from lust?
Are you saved from cheating?
Are you saved from lying?
Are you saved from bad manners?
Are you saved from rebellion against your parents?
Come on, what are you saved from?

(A W Tozer)
The Lord Jesus Christ is first and for Him I surrender everything; to Him I give all.
To Jesus Christ, my Lord and my Savior-
He can command me.
He is ahead of my wife;
He is ahead of my children;
He is ahead of my ambitions;
He is first and everything else is last.
Anything else is not New Testament Christianity, brother and sister.
Anything else is a compromise and it leaves people half-saved, confused, frustrated, bewildered, and in the dark.

Jesus Christ is your exclusive Savior and all other relationships are determined and conditioned by this one overwhelming almighty relationship.

(Leonard Ravenhill)
And we think all the great men of prayer lived a hundred years ago.
There is a man that lives fifteen (50?) miles away from where I live
He’s thirty-three(two?) years of age; he prays ten hours a day.
Here in America right now…
Come on you fellows that pump iron and show your strength –
How much stamina do you have to pray?
How much vision?
How much passion?
How much burden?
There is a man outside Waco sixty years of age who prays six hours a day…

(A W Tozer)
Brethren, what we need is the power of God.
And let the public think what they will…
And if we have the power of God on us and live like Christians regardless of what the world says, I don’t care what the world thinks of me.

(Leonard Ravenhill)
Any man, anywhere, at anytime, if he be in Christ he is a new creation.
He isn’t patched up, he’s made a new creation.
He gets a new heart, a new spirit, new desires, new hopes, new longings…that cannot be satisfied by the broken systems of the world.

He preached the greatest sermon the world has ever had; it’s got the answer for our day.
Christianity has not been weighed in the balances and found wanting –
Christianity has been tried found difficult and rejected!
Christianity is not only too difficult for the world; it’s too difficult for the church!
God’s problem in the world is not communism, Romanism, moonyism, or any other ism.
God’s problem in America is dead fundamentalism.
We know all the clichés.
We know all the words…

(A W Tozer)
For me to accept Christ means that I am to accept him in every part of my being and that I am to form an attachment to Him: an emotional, an intellectual, a volition attachment, which is complete leaving no part of the life unaffected.
If He can not control you, He cannot save you.
And if He can not control all of you, He cannot control any of you.
And then it is to be an attachment that is exclusive.
I mean that Christ is not to be one of several interests.

(Leonard Ravenhill)
My goal is God Himself.
Not joy.
Not peace.
Not even blessing, but Himself, my God
It is His to lead me there not mine but His
At any cost, dear Lord, by any road.
So faith bounds forward to its goal in God and love can trust our Lord to lead her there.
I pray by Him my soul will follow hard ’til God has at last fulfill my deepest prayer
No matter if the way become sometimes dark.
No matter if the cost be often great.
He knoweth how I best should reach the mark.
The way that leads to Him must need be straight
One thing I know, I can not say Him nay.
One thing I do, I press toward my God
The secret of the life of the apostle was this - you want to know – it’s this one thing I do - he never got into sidetracks.
He never got into business like so many preachers do.
This one thing I do, it will be hell to get there.
I forget – one of the old puritan preachers said in the 1600s - you have to go through hell to get to heaven.
You have to lose everything in order to become the part of the Bride of Jesus Christ.
One thing I know, I can not say Him nay.
One thing I do, I press toward my Lord.
My God, my glory here from day to day.
And in the glory then, my great reward.

Christianity hasn’t been tried and found wanting…
It’s been tried and found difficult and rejected.

(Alan Redpath )
And my dear friend, the only thing which can turn the course of world history and shatter the colossus of communistic power and bring every false god upon its face…the only thing that can resist the tremendous powers of evil abroad in the world today is the Holy Spirit released through Spirit-filled men.
A force of evil can only be overcome by a force of righteousness.
The weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but they are mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds.
The church today is helpless without the Holy Spirit.

(Leonard Ravenhill)
He says consider yourself dead to all the worldly contact.
Loathe them.
Hate them.
Hate what?
Well, have nothing to do with sexual immorality.
Have nothing to do with dirty mindedness.
Have nothing to do with evil desire.
Have nothing to do with uncontrolled passion.
Don’t lust after other peoples’ goods [gods?].
You see and it’s hard to say again - if Christ has been born in me, He wants to live in me.
He wants to talk in me.
He wants to walk in me.
He wants work through me.
It’s not a struggle that I’m trying to be a Christian.
Life, life, life…
He says I have come that you might have life and that you might have life more abundant.

(Major Ian Thomas)
I’m sure I don’t have to tell you just to know that your sins are forgiven doesn’t constitute your salvation.
The fact that you happened to be on the way to hell and don’t now [ehh] on the way to heaven and you now don’t happen to be on the way to hell that doesn’t constitute your salvation.
Your salvation of course derives from the fact that as a redeemed sinner no longer on the way to hell, but already on the way to heaven, Jesus Christ as God Creator has come to invade your humanity to play that role in you for which you were created.
To give him the right 24 hours a day in your business;
In your home;
In your school;
In your college campus;
Whether you are on recreation;
In vacation;
In business;
No matter at any time, under any circumstances;
24 hours in every day;
7 days in every week;
You give Jesus Christ as God the right to be God in you without reserve.
Then you [begin] to get saved.
That’s what it means to become a Christian.
We’ve conveniently reduced salvation to a moment in time - when we raised a hand walked down the front or get baptized or have our name put upon a church roll - and we call that salvation.
Nothing of course is farther from the truth.
That is totally divorced from the revelation given to us in the word of God, which is our sole guide in every matter of faith.
Salvation involves the reoccupation by God of a guilty sinner in such a way, that Jesus Christ has the unchallenged, absolute, perpetual right to dictate the terms whereby that individual henceforth will run his life.
For instance, where he’s going to buy his new home;
What vocation his going to study as a student;
Where he is going to go next year on vacation;
How he’s actually going to spend his money;
Who’s really going to run the church that he goes to;
All this is embraced in his salvation, and nothing less than that, of course, will do.
Anything less than that shortchanges Jesus Christ and cheats Him of that for which His blood was shed.

(Leonard Ravenhill)
God is looking for men and women who will be totally, totally, totally sold out to Him.
You will get stoned by your critics.
You will be lonely.
I think the last time I went into my office, my dear Paul was there(his son).
And he was in the chair there and he said,
“Daddy, I realized this…
If you going to walk in holiness ,
We are going to be lonely people.”

I don’t believe that any man is greater than his prayer life.
I don’t believe that any church is stronger than its prayer life.

(A W Tozer)
There was a day when men sang, “Holy, holy, holy,” and ohh, worshipped the king and they talked objectively about the greatness of God.
Then we backslid into that gutter where we still are, where everything is about ‘I’.
‘I’m so happy’.
‘I’m so blessed’.
‘I’m so nice’.
‘I’m so good’.
‘I’m, I, always I’.
Well, the difference between heaven and hell is the difference between God and ‘I’.
Keep that in mind always.

(Paris Reidhead)
And our churches, I am confident from across this land of ours, are filled with people that are going to miss salvation, miss heaven by 18 inches! because they have their salvation up here in an intellectual comprehension, rather down here in a spiritual experience and the presence of the Son of God.

(Alan Redpath )
My dear friend, listen.
The forces of evil are crowding on full pressure today and of the spiritual warfare which will never seize until time runs out.
And the church of Jesus Christ has got all the equipment, all the buildings, all the plans, all the methods, all the theory, and all the technique…
But no power to move men to God.
And I say that to my own heart.
We never been so well equipped and so lacking in endowment.
Now for this, each one of us is personally responsible.

(A W Tozer)
The result is they die all around us and we say they backslid.
They never backslid because they never were regenerated to start with.
To accept Him is to accept Him with a revolutionary acceptance.
It’s to accept Him completely – all of Him to all of me.
To accept Him exclusively and not any other hope but Him. He alone is my hope
It’s to accept His friends as my friends,
His enemies as my enemies,
His ways as my ways,
His rejection as my rejection,
The cross as my cross,
His life as my life,
And His glorious future as my glorious future.
That’s what it means to be a Christian.
And my dear friends, it’s worth everything.
And if we all had to believe on Christ tonight and die tomorrow, we’d spend one eternity thanking God with tender affection that He allowed it to happen.

So a cross is something you take up deliberately.
It is obedience to Christ.
It is doing what the Lord commands you to do and then taking the consequences.
And if the consequences mean a cross, then take the cross.

(Leonard Ravenhill)
And Paul says that’s what the world is to me: it’s a system of corruption and rottenness and vileness.
It’s anti-Christ from the word ‘go’.
Is the world crucified to you tonight?
Or does it fascinate you?

(Major Ian Thomas)
The Lord Jesus Christ did not shed His blood so that you could have a release from a guilt complex, so that you might escape the puny consequences of your sin.
The Lord Jesus died upon the cross not just to get you out of hell into heaven.
He died upon the cross to get God out of heaven into you.
And the measure in which you are saved is the measure which God out of heaven in you is in function:
Actually calling the shots;
Actually controlling what you do with your hands;
Actually controlling where you go with your feet;
Actually controlling what you say with your lips;
Actually controlling what you think with your mind;
Actually controlling the decisions that you make;
That is the measure in which you are saved.
So don’t kid yourself.
Just because 10 years or 15 years ago you walked down the aisle or raised your hand and [you’ve been paying your tithe?] you’ve been praying your tide and you’ve been through the tarp, don’t fancy that constitute your salvation.
There are hundreds of thousands of men and women who troop to church every Sunday who’ve gone through all of that and they are not even regenerate.
They are unsaved believers.
They are conforming to denominational patterns that have become a substitute for a personal spiritual relationship to Jesus Christ, and they know nothing, nothing really, of the life that is the birthright of the newborn.
And there are going to be some tragic surprises in the day the dust has settled.

(Paris Reidhead)
The first group that I am mentioning is not because of its size or its priority but simply because of the habit of my thinking and therefore I give it to you first.
The first group are those people that have met the Forgiving Christ.
They discovered their sins in some means or another; they realized they were caught and they didn’t know what to do about it. They were told there was a hell – they weren’t so sure, but figured they better be on the safe side, so someone said accept Jesus.
Their primary reason for accepting him was to be inured and immunized against hell.
They wanted to have an insurance policy.
And so their primary concern in Christ is to be fulfilled what they’ve accepted Him for.
They were so grateful when they learned that Jesus Christ died for them that they wouldn’t have to die.
Well, put in more colloquial terms: they were so happy when they learned that Jesus had taken the rap for them, if I may express it that way.
They were so happy that He died.
They have mistaken their pleasure at the fact he suffered for them as being the witness of the Spirit.
But their whole concern about Christ is that they should be protected from suffering and from punishment.
They’ve only met the forgiving Christ…
And they never gone beyond that.
When they want to see someone saved, actually, what they want is to see someone else come to the place when they die they won’t go to hell.
When they speak of revival, what they mean is to have their heart feel the same joy that they felt when they first came.
There is an upper limit to their interest in the Church and Christianity and it all relates to them; they have met the Forgiving Christ.

There is a second group. These are the people that have meet the Utilitarian Christ
They were in great need and they prayed and when they prayed God answered prayer – and perhaps someone else prayed and answered prayer – and they were impressed with the fact that God was tremendously useful and handy to know, because they were in a dilemma, they didn’t have any answer to it, prayer brought the answer.
They were sick and God healed them or they were otherwise in trouble and God brought them out.
And so today they are extremely grateful, so grateful that they joined a church, committed to baptism, and learned doctrines and tides [tithes?].
But their whole interest in religion is that they should be where God can take care of them if they are in trouble or in problem.
They’ve met the Utilitarian Christ.
Today we have a very popular occult of the utilitarian Christ.
We find there is nothing to do whatever with this person as the sovereign God; it’s just that faith in Jesus brings answers and you will find people whose life are just seemingly indescribable wicked that have learned faith and then they writes articles and say,
”I’m so glad I wanted to be the queen of Hollywood and so I asked Jesus and this utilitarian Christ made me a success.”
And this I say is a cult and it lacks every biblical evidence of being a movement in the stream of Christianity.
The utilitarian Christ…it has varying different degrees: the Forgiving Christ, the Utilitarian Christ.

Then there is a third group of people that have met a Status Giving Christ.
They were born in such a way that they didn’t have the privilege of belonging to the country club.
They weren’t very accepted in society.
They felt they had a rigorous impulse and need.
And so they were taken into the church and they found warmth and welcome and so because they wanted fellowship this was what they accepted.
They were willing to submit to the doctrine, they were willing to pray, they were willing to be baptized, they were willing to do tithes - do anything that was required of them - but when they testify their testimony is,
”I am delighted to be a Christian because there’s such wonderful people in the church. I’m so happy because there’s such grand people in the church; such a joy to be with such wonderful people I think will be together forever in heaven.”
And they have equated status with the whole purpose of God: their status satisfying their needs for social expression.
And then out of this group is another group that becomes to some degree psychopathic and equate their own status in the group with the glory of God and anything that pushes them up is to God’s glory.
Anything that would bypass them or diminish their influence is just the opposite.
And these are the ones whom we spoke about a year ago when I gave you a quotation from Christianity Today’s article of Nov 1960, entitled, “Crucifying the Pastor.”
This is the group you will find all over America.
Just this past week I’ve been with a group of 50 pastors down in Summers Grove, and they talked to me of some of their experiences they’ve had, where people have felt that somehow they were bypassed and their status wasn’t recognized…
Have used every nefarious wicked means that was possible to discover in order to bring grief and heartache.
They would rather ruin the church then to let for one little moment their own personal status be affected.
Well now this is one, this third group, the status giving Christ
So we have three: Forgiving Christ, Utilitarian Christ, and the Status Giving Christ.

Then there is a fourth group.
This is the group of people that have meet the Emotion Satisfying Christ
Ohh, they love to go to church because they enjoy the syncopation and the rhythm and the emotional appeal, and if they can weep or laugh or do both at the same time or in subsequence then they go away saying, “Ohh my, what a wonderful meeting.”
But the whole purpose of Christianity and religion is to satisfy their emotional needs primarily.
And so we have people – they have all the same doctrine, they’ve all been baptized, they’re all in the same religious organization.
And when they speak of revival, those who know the Forgiving Christ say, “Well I want to have others come to know forgiveness,” and those who have met the Utilitarian Christ, “Well I want to see others helped,” and those who have met the status giving Christ, “Well I want to see others come in to this wonderful fellowship,” and those who have met the Emotion Satisfying Christ, “Well I want to feel the way I felt back there July 6, 1903, back at that camp meeting. Ohh, then we will have revival.”
But it’s all below the level.

Then we have another group called number five.
These are the people that have met a holy God and sovereign Christ
These are the ones that have seen God in His majesty, have seen God in His sovereignty, have seen God in His holiness, have seen Christ in His glory.
These are the ones whose eyes have been opened to God – that in the revelation of God, they have seen their immense unworthiness and their terrifying sinfulness.
Obviously, they’ve known forgiveness for in that brokenness of heart because they sinned against such a holy God, they cast themselves on the nail pierced hands of Christ.
They were forgiven.
God has obviously answered prayer.
And they have certainly found status as a child of the King, and their hearts have been satisfied with joy and peace.
We find in this fifth group are these who had a revelation of the glory of Christ and are living only for His praise.
They’re broken; they’ve committed themselves to Him; they have submitted to His sovereignty; the cross has pierced them through.
And the one end of their being is that He be glorified

Now this is His church.
This is His church.
The religious organization can include other groups, but His church is here.
His church is on this level.
He is saying, “If any man hate not his father and mother and his husband and wife and his brother and sister; yea and his own life also, he can’t be My disciple.”
The Lordship of Christ transcends all human relationships.
And his one purpose is the glory of God
He has heard Christ say that, “If anyone doesn’t take up his cross and come follow Me, he can’t be My disciple.”
And he’s gladly gone with Christ out to the cross.
And there he brought his ego;
And his ambition;
And his vanity;
And his pride;
And all the things that once motivated and controlled him to the cross;
And he has no plan, no purpose but the glory of Christ
This is the one who heard Christ say, “If any man does not forsake all he has, he cannot be My disciple.”
He doesn’t give a seventh of his time and a tenth of his money.
He holds that everything is Christ, all is Christ’s.
This is His church.
This is His church.
”That if any man come after Me,
Let him deny himself and take up his cross and come follow Me.”

(Leonard Ravenhill)
And Paul says that’s what the world is to me: it’s a system of corruption and rottenness and vileness.
It’s anti-Christ from the word ‘go’.
Is the world crucified to you tonight?
Or does it fascinate you?


 2007/2/11 4:19Profile

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Thanks for the transcript and additional info hmmhmm. I really enjoyed this video. I could watch it just fine at Google video, but it will not work after I download it. Is anyone having this problem? I want to burn it to some CDs to hand out.

Thank you



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