Chrysostom: The Power Of Man To Resist The Devil
Chrysostom was one of the most prominent church fathers of the ancient Roman Empire. His name meant "Golden-Mouthed," and his ability to speak was unparalleled. Despite living in Rome during a time of luxury, he emphasized living a simple life and fighting corruption.
This sermon is the oldest one done on the show yet. It talks of the devil and the desire of people to blame the devil when they should really be the one to take the blame.
Special thanks to Mark Hanson for reading this sermon.
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