Troy Frasier

Richard Baxter: Why Self Denial Is Necessary For Salvation

Richard Baxter: Why Self Denial Is Necessary For Salvation Richard Baxter lived through the 17th century and is a man who is hard to describe in any one word. He fashioned himself a peacemaker but got into more conflicts than most preachers on our show. After the brutal English Civil War he would be persecuted…

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Revived Thoughts Deep Dive: Salem Witch Trials

Revived Thoughts Deep Dive: Salem Witch Trials Joel and Troy are excited to give you a preview of our Revived Thoughts Deep Dive episode! This story of panic and fear, magic and ministers, and courtrooms and children is one that is often overlooked by Christians. How did good, God-fearing Puritans fall into a witch killing…

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Jonathan Edwards: Pardon For Greatest Sinners

Jonathan Edwards: Pardon For Greatest Sinners Jonathan Edwards is one of the most famous preachers in American history and he was famous for the Great Awakening and revivals in America. Edwards life was not easy and he had a lot of conflicts with his church. His sermon, “Pardon for the Greatest Sinners,” reminds us that…

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John Wycliffe: The Spiritual Battle

John Wycliffe: The Spiritual Battle John Wycliffe, “the Morning Star of the Reformation,” lived in the 1300s. He helped translate the Bible out of Latin. He wanted to see reforms happen in the church. And this was all rooted in his experience with the black plague. His sermon, “The Spiritual Battle,” takes us back to…

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Richard Sibbes: I Am My Beloved And He Is Mine

Richard Sibbes: I Am My Beloved, And He Is Mine Richard Sibbes was a largely influential minister in the early 1600s. He is known for his “affectionate theology” and his elegant words on one’s relationship with Christ. He was a member of the church of England but would get in trouble at times for his…

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