1800s

Alexander Whyte: Eli – Castaway Preacher And Indulgent Father

Alexander Whyte was called the “last of the Puritan preachers,” and also was called ecumenical. What caused this famous, fiery preacher to have such a conflicting legacy? In his sermon, “Eli- Castaway Preacher and Indulgent Father,” you’ll find one of the best defenses of the character of Eli. A man who is often studied treated…

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Phineas Bresee: Baptism With Fire

Phineas Bresee lived in the late 1800s and early 1900s. He would go on to be one of the founding members of the Church of the Nazarene. He encouraged the church to be welcoming to all and especially the lowly. In his sermon, “Baptism With Fire,” he reminds us that God’s fire is a cleansing…

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Charles Spurgeon: What The Church Lacks

Brand NEW PODCAST! (Details below the episode description) Charles Spurgeon, “Prince Of Preachers,” preached during the 1800s in England. In this episode we take a look at his conversion during a snowstorm, in a way that would break pretty much every rule that modern churches observe about guests in church. His sermon, “What The Church…

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Robert Murray M’Cheyne: Do What You Can

Robert Murray M’Cheyne: Do What You Can Robert Murray M’Cheyne was a minister in Scotland from 1835-1843. Despite only serving for a handful of years his life made a huge impact. From his trip to Jerusalem to his Bible reading plan this 29 year old left a mark on history. His sermon, “Do What You…

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C. I. Scofield: Deity Of Christ

C. I. Scofield: Deity Of Christ C.I. Scofield is a controversial and famous preacher who lived in the 1800s. His life story starts out very rough as a confederate soldier, a corrupt lawyer, and an alcoholic who destroys his own private practice and his family. His story changes completely when a friend tells him about…

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