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.
Leonard Ravenhill : Jonathan Edwards
"Jonathan Edwards is not only the greatest of all American theologians and philosophers but the greatest of our pre-19th century writers as well." So writes Randall Stewart in his book American Literature and Christian Doctrine...
Leonard Ravenhill : Have We No Tears for Revival?
"They that sow in tears shall reap in joy." (Ps. 126:5). This is the divine edict. This is more than preaching with zeal. This is more than scholarly exposition. This is more than delivering sermons of exegetical exactitude and homiletical perfection. Such a man, whether preacher...
Leonard Ravenhill : George Fox - The unshakable Shaker
"The most remarkable incident is passed over carelessly by most historians and treated with some degree of ridicule by others - namely, George Fox's making for himself a suit of leather....
Leonard Ravenhill : Faith Laughs at Impossibilities
Peter had moved from Pentecost to prison, from jeers to spears. He was guarded by sixteen soldiers. One wonders why such a defenseless man needed such a group to watch him. Could it be that Herod feared the supernatural, seeing he knew that Jesus escaped such a group that guarded Him?...
Leonard Ravenhill : Branded for Christ
In a certain sense, all men are strangers to one another. Even friends do not really know each other. To know a man, one must know all the influences of heredity and environment, as well as his countless moral choices that have fashioned him into what he is....
Leonard Ravenhill : Billy Nicholson - The Irish Whitefield
In the year 1900 a "massed band" of four people marched out-of-step down the main street of Bangor in Northern Ireland. The two members with uniforms were Salvation Army lassies; the other two were young men. One of these men had a mind keen as a razor's edge; the other...
Leonard Ravenhill : Be Angry and Sin Not
If you attend church at all, you will undoubtedly hear a thousand sermons on "Be filled with the Spirit" (Eph. 5:18) for every one sermon you hear preached on "Be ye angry, and sin not" (Eph.4:26). This is a command! It is not a defense for a bad temper. It is not an excuse for an explosion of bitte
Leonard Ravenhill : Baptism of Fire
I suppose most of us can quote John 3:16 without looking at it. How many of us can quote Luke 3:16? It’s the other side of the coin, it should be as well known. Well, here it is… in the good King James version...
Leonard Ravenhill : Are we willing to drink His cup?
I am come to send fire on the earth; and what will I, if it be already kindled? But I have a baptism to be baptized with; and how am I straitened till it be accomplished! I’ve been going to meetings for over seventy years all over the world—Pentecostal conferences, Methodist conferences...