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How to be a Famous Preacher by Mark

SOURCE: 1. Be a good public speaker. Express emotion: either be very good at anger, or weep copiously, or smile successfully. Wear the right outfit for your target audience: a Rolex,  leather, tattoos, an Armani suit, whatever cardboard caricature impresses your particular constituents and will make them quit changing channels and watch you. 1,295 more words

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CHRISTMAS EVE, 1944

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The following sermon was preached 70 years ago this month by Martin Niemöller while in Dachau Concentration Camp.

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Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.

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Book recommendation ...George Whitefield

The Evangelistic Zeal of: George Whitefield – by Steven J. Lawson.

“On the morning of October 23, 1740, in a field of Kensington Parish, near what is today Berlin, Connecticut, a colonial farmer named Nathan Cole received the news that the great evangelist George Whitefield would be preaching in the nearby city of Middletown. 143 more words

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FAMOUS THEOLOGIAN ADMITS HE HAD PREVIOUSLY NEGLECTED STUDYING AND TEACHING THE DOCTRINE OF HELL ... BUT SPEEDILY REPENTS!

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In this excerpt Dr. John Gerstner admits that after spending several days reading and meditating on the Gospel of Matthew he realized he was previously neglecting the book’s primary message: the wrath that is to come.   118 more words

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TOZER: WE TRAVEL AN APPOINTED WAY

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Excerpted from WE TRAVEL AN APPOINTED WAY. It is a collection editorials by A.W. Tozer. They were composed for ALLIANCE LIFE, official magazine of… 430 more words

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Book Recommendation ... Jonathan Edwards


The Unwavering Resolve of Jonathan Edwards – Steven J. Lawson | This book is another of the “Long Line of Godly Men” series edited by Steven J. 83 more words

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GERSTNER: TRUE AND FALSE BELIEVERS

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The following message was delivered by guest speaker, Dr. John Gerstner, (date and location unknown).

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The original audio was poorly recorded on substandard equipment. 126 more words

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