John Knox was central to bringing the Reformation to Scotland. He also helped lead to the development of the Presbyterian church. And he was personally well acquainted with John Calvin. Despite a life filled with conflict and persecution, his legacy lives on.
In the sermon he does an exegesis on Isaiah 26:13-16 that we are calling, “The Chastisement Of Jerusalem,” and discusses the importance of remembering God’s promises through His prophets. This is a part one sermon and there will be a part two, the follow-up to this sermon on the Revived Thoughts program at a later date.Special thanks to Douglas Bond for reading this episode of Revived Thoughts. He has written 28 books, taught courses at multiple schools, seminaries, colleges, and even gives historical tours in Europe. Check him out at:https://www.bondbooks.net/
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