At the beginning of his ministry, Harold Vaughan set out on a journey to answer the question: what sparks a revival, and how can we see it today? This led him to Northern Ireland to experience what God did in the past. Come with Harold and find out how we can see a revival again.
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Originally published for St Patrick's Day 2021, this talk searches for the real Patrick; the man behind the legend who transformed Ireland from a place steeped in druidism and witchcraft to one of the leading centres of Christianity and education in Europe - a land of saints and scholars.
Reading and Commentary on Chapter 8 of Sketches from Church History by SM Houghton.
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This congregation , before the revival, was in a most unsatisfactory state as to religion . The people were not immoral, nor
without a religious profession ; but Laodiceanism characterised
them. From my first entrance on the work of the ministry, I
believed that the faithful use of the means of grace should be
followed by their appropriate effects, as certainly as the tillage
of a field is followed by a crop, or as diligence in any profession
is rewarded with success ; and bitter, therefore, was my disappointment as year after year passed and still no fruit appeared.
In grief I wondered at what I considered the mysterious with
holding of the Spirit, and set myself to account for it. What
alarmed me most was the disinclination, almost hostility, of the
people to hold prayer-meetings.
Trust God, trust Christ to lead you. That is what our church should be about. His plans are our plans.
Even though John Mark initially faltered in the missionary ministry associated with Paul, God still used him in ministry later in his life.
If we have made mistakes in our past, the Lord has a plan for us and a path for us - to encourage us and teach us.
We've been looking at the first letter from Apostle John to the Church of Ephesus for the past several months. We have seen that the Apostle John and the Apostle Peter and the Apostle Paul have different styles of writing. Both Apostle Paul and Apostle Peter have the style of presenting a sequential argument with point A, Point B, and point C.
This morning we will be considering the Spirit of Truth, The Spirit of Deception, and Our Secret Weapon.
Many people celebrate St. Patrick's Day today, but often not for the right reasons nor with a proper understanding of the holiday. This sermon examines some of the history of St. Patrick's Day and how it is celebrated. It also delves into the historical St. Patrick and how God used him in a mighty way to preach the Gospel.