Church History

George Whitefield: How To Listen To Sermons

George Whitefield is one of the most famous preachers of all time. Born in England he traveled across the early colonial America, Scotland, and Britain proclaiming the Gospel to giant crowds. His sermon, “How To Listen To Sermons,” asks a basic question that many have not considered. What is the proper way to listen to…

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Samuel Davies: Ingratitude To God

Samuel Davies was a preacher in Colonial America who had a profound impact on American history. Martin Lloyd Jones described him as “the greatest preacher America ever produced.” His sermon, “Ingratitude To God,” challenges us to look at the sin of ingratitude and realize that it is truly a terrible sin. That in fact, we…

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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 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 Can,” reminds us that our time is…

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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 Christ. His sermon, “The Deity Of…

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