SermonIndex.net Classics Podcast
Summary: The work and ministry of SermonIndex can be encapsulated in this one word: Revival. Concepts such as Holiness, Purity, Christ-Likeness, Self-Denial and Discipleship are hardly the goal of much modern preaching. Thus the main thrust of the speakers and articles on the website encourage us towards a reviving of these missing elements of Christianity
Brother K.P. Yohannan shares a short devotional before a Gospel For Asia prayer meeting. He shares 7 principles in the life of Abraham on how to finish well in your faith. It is absolutely important to finish better then we began.
Ravenhill preaches from a deep burden on the greatest need in our Churches to know God! We don't know God, we talk about Him, we read His book but do we know Him in his grandeur and in his power? This is a provoking and challenging message.
David Wilkerson gives a very clear warning to the spirit of the age that many Christians are living in. Think you're too busy to pray? No matter how busy or what your occupation in this life, every Believer is called into "Full Time Ministry."
Zac Poonen shares clearly from Scripture and the burden of the Holy Spirit how many in Christendom are making profit from the Gospel. He calls for brethren to be set apart from serving mammon in anyway in the work of the Gospel.
Charles Price delivers a very sobering message on the danger of sin in the Christian life and ministry. He shares the account of Saul and how sin came back to haunt him and took him from kingship. May we be at war with sin in our Christian Life and never excuse sin in any way.
Stephen Olford shares a powerful message on the need for obedience to the voice of the Lord. Apart from sacrifice, christian ministry, busyness the Lord desires us to deal with God about sin. There is a deception that can easily take us over and we can be blind to our condition. The greatest sin is partial obedience.
Clayton Dougan shares a powerful message on the broken heart of God over His Church. That God's heart is breaking for a backslidden bride that is flirting with the world. This message is a deep burdened call to true revival in our day.
Brother Edgar shares on the great need to have a mind like the Lord Jesus Christ's. He shares from personal experiences and from scripture how we should think and behave as a redeemed Christian. This is a powerful message that will lead you more into the conformity of Jesus Christ.
Mark Greening shares a powerful word from God at the New Jersey, Revival God's way conference in 2010. Mark shares on how we can have personal revival in our life's today. Do we see that our loving of sin is more then Jesus Christ? Are we willing to repent of this and love the Lord Jesus Christ with all our hearts?
Bill Mcleod shares about times in scripture when the glory of God departs. This is a very sobering message that has the anointing of God's Spirit on it. It is very clear that the message is spoken as the oracles of God. Some of the testimonies that are shared at the end of true revival are very God glorifying. Oh that God might send a revival again.
Rolfe Barnard shares from a deep prophetic burden of the lack of the true conception of what Church is. He also laments the lacking presence of Christ in the midst of assemblies in America. Truly there is a deep need for revival in our day.
David Wilkerson shares a powerful prophetic word that is even more timely in our day. He speaks on the subject of idolatry and unbelief in the church. His main burden is to see believers enter into the full freedom of sin in the resurrection life that Jesus Christ offers all saints.
Billy Graham exhorts a large gathering of young people to count the count to follow Christ fully in missionary service. This is a prophetic message for our day to consider the true cost of following Christ and serving Him in missions. Oh that God would raise up a radical disciples in and end times radical missions movement in these last days.
Brother Denny shares the last of six sessions of the visionary aspect of childrearing of how whole-hearted households affect the next generation. He goes into detail of what an ordered Jewish home like one Jesus or John the Baptist was raised in to raise the bar of our own expectations. "A man's family," Kenaston says, "is the greatest revelation of who he is. Are we too busy to raise godly children that will "hit the mark" someday?
George Verwer shares his burden for revival and spiritual awakening in modern day evangelism. There is such a need to realize we are deceived even the best of us. We need to seek reality and surrender fully in radical discipleship to the Lord Jesus Christ.