1800s

Thomas Watson: The Christian Joy

Thomas Watson was a Puritan from the 1600s who suffered a lot in the name of Christ. Between multiple imprisonments, surviving the different laws passed against Puritans, and the loss of four children, his life was far from perfect. Yet his sermon, “The Christian Joy,” explains the importance of finding joy in our walk with…

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John Calvin: Passion Of The Christ

John Calvin is one of the most famous figures of the Reformation. Although often remembered for the great deeds he did in Geneva, Troy and Joel take a look at his life in his younger years in this episode. His sermon, “The Passion Of The Christ,” takes a look at what Jesus Christ goes through…

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Andrew Murray: The Power Of Persevering Prayer

Andrew Murray lived in Europe and South Africa during the 1800s. Famous for his ministry and revival in South Africa, and his work with the Dutch, he left a powerful mark on the Earth. His devotional on prayer is still widely read to this day. His sermon, “The Power Of Persevering Prayer,” convicts us to…

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Jean Gerson: Walk While You Have The Light

Jean Gerson lived in France during the late 1300’s and early 1400s. He is most famous for his role at the Council of Constance and ending the Great Schism. He was a man who desperately wanted to see reforms go through in the Catholic Church and who also wanted to help average people grow closer…

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Theodore Cuyler: The Value Of Human Life

Theodore Cuyler was the pastor of the biggest Presbyterian church in New York City. He knew or met almost every person of importance that came through the United States of America in the 1800s. And yet his story is almost completely forgotten. His sermon, “The Value Of Human Life,” is one that is both timeless…

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