Revived Thoughts

St. Augustine: Sermon on 1 John

St. Augustine grew up at the end of the Roman Empire. He did not become a convert to Christianity until later in his life. His famous works Confessions and The City Of God deeply influenced Christianity. This sermon, “Sermon From 1 John,” shows St. Augustine walking through the text of the passage from 1 John…

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William Muir: A Minister’s Duties

William Muir died a young man, almost completely obscure and never known. But his church loved him and collected his works. There’s only one sermon that he ever preached as an ordained minister. This is that sermon come back to life. This sermon, “A Minister’s Duties,” comes from a man who was ill and never…

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John A. Broadus: Lessons For The Tempted

John A. Broadus became a Christian in his teenage years after being challenged at a revival to take the Word seriously. Although he never went to school personally, he became a teacher and would eventually become an influential professor and president at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. This sermon, “Lessons For The Tempted,” shows off…

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Anthony Burges: The Last Day Of Judgment

Anthony Burges was persecuted during the English Civil War. He was also an academic whose thoughts on justification would be wide read. When asked to submit himself to the Church of England, he refused and was pushed out of his post. This sermon has that “Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God,” by Jonathan…

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David Livingstone: The Heart Of Africa

David Livingstone was a doctor who famously became the first European to visit and discover many locations inside of Africa. He also spread and taught the Gospel while fighting against the slave trade everywhere he went. The sermon is actually technically a lecture. But in it he gives the details of his actions in Africa….

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