SermonIndex.net audio sermons: 1 Corinthians 12:8-11, 1 Corinthians 13, Romans 5:5, Gods Love, Corrie Ten Boom
Through personal experiences and provoking stories, Corrie expounds on the power of God's love as given to believers through His Holy Spirit. In testimony to His faithfulness, she tells of how His love, working in her, freed her from hatred and unforgiveness towards one of the cruelest empires.
SermonIndex.net audio sermons: 1 Corinthians 13, Romans 5:5, 1 Cor 13 (version 1), Leonard Ravenhill
This sermon focuses on God's kind of love from the verses written by Paul in 1 Corinthians 13 and Romans 5:5. The majority of the sermon discusses the first half of 1 Cor 13; specifically verses 1 through 8. There are many old hymns and writings quoted by Brother Len that focus on the person and love of God and His Christ intertwined in the message, quite a few from Wesley. There is also some time spent on some of the past saints that exemplified this love.
C.H. Spurgeon : A Defense of Calvinism
The old truth that Calvin preached, that Augustine preached, that Paul preached, is the truth that I must preach to-day, or else be false to my conscience and my God. I cannot shape the truth; I know of no such thing as paring off the rough edges of a doctrine. John Knox's gospel is my gospel...
A dialogue between a predestinarian and his friend ~ Wesley
1. I AM informed, some of you have said, that the following quotations are false; that these words were not spoken by these authors; others, that they were not spoken in this sense; and others, that neither you yourself, nor any true Predestinarian, ever did, or ever would, speak so. 2. My friends,
Basilea Schlink : Absent-mindedness: Daydreaming
We speak of the "absent-minded professor", who never knows what is going on, who forgets everything, because he is so wrapped up in his own intellectual world. In the same way, if we are absent-minded in prayer, it means we are so wrapped up in other things-just like the...
Vance Havner : Are We Playing by the Book?
When a group of small boys, out to play ball, arrived at the play ground, they discovered that no one had brought a ball. "Forget the ball," said one impatiently. "Let's get on with the game." We are trying to play without the ball when the Church tries to evangelize before she has repented...
Smith Wigglesworth : Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?
I believe the word of God is so powerful that it can transform any and every life. There is power in God's word to make that which does not appear to appear. There is executive power in the word that proceeds from His lips. The psalmist tells us, "He sent His word and healed them" (Ps. 107:20)...
Smith Wigglesworth : The Gift of Tongues
It is necessary that we have a great desire for spiritual gifts. We must thirst after them and covet them earnestly because the gifts are necessary and important, that we, by the grace -of God having received the gifts, may be used for God's glory....
Smith Wigglesworth : Righteousness
It is written of our blessed Lord, "Thou hast loved righteousness, and hated iniquity; therefore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows." It is the purpose of God that we, as we are indwelt by the Spirit of His Son, should likewise...
Smith Wigglesworth : Our Risen Christ
Today we praise God for the fact that our glorious Jesus is the risen Christ. Those of us who have tasted the power of the indwelling Spirit know something of the manner in which the hearts of those two disciples burned as they walked to Emmaus with their risen Lord as their companion...