This is Mary Peckham’s personal testimony about the Hebrides Awakening. The Hebrides Awakening was one of the most powerful revivals in modern times. It was free from superstar celebrities and the works of the flesh that define so much of what is called revival in our time. Mary was saved in the revival towards its beginning so she is able to give credible testimony to the outpouring of the Spirit in this historic revival.
This message by Leonard Ravenhill is a classic. Ravenhill was a true prophet that called America to repent. This sermon is in true Ravenhill form. It will stir your soul and convict your conscience.
In this teaching Jessica Meldrum addresses issues relevant to women by gleaning some wonderful truths out of Song of Solomon. What it means to be Christs and to belong to Him are powerful themes she speaks about on how these truths can change our lives.
In this message Jessica Meldrum delves into the deeper life teaching of waiting on God. She addresses the issues of prayer, obedience, abandonment and patience on how they affect our waiting on God. She teaches the practical application on how to wait patiently on God for Him to meet every need in our life.
In this teaching by Glenn Meldrum you will learn some of the basic truths about authentic revival. With a very practical approach that comes out of sound Biblical study and personal experience you will learn valuable truths that you can apply to your life.
Your heart will be stirred in this teaching by Glenn Meldrum. You will learn the importance of godly character, what it is and how to mature in Christ. Proof of spiritual maturity is always revealed in the quality of our character, not in our gifts, talents or years we claim to have been a Christian. Be challenged to be more like Jesus.
Glenn Meldrum preaches a powerful message on being desperate for change. There is no hope of change for those who do not want to change. Many who claim they want to change are not desperate to take the path marked out in Scripture that always leads to victory. When people who call themselves Christian live defeated lives it is because they do not want to live out the truths of God’s Word. Learn the practical means to be an overcomer through Jesus.
Preached at an urban church, Glenn confronted the spiritual barrenness of the people and called them to repent and renew their relationship with Jesus.
Mark 14:1-11 is the text from which Glenn preaches. This message is about Mary who anointed Jesus’ feet and the costliness of true faith. Our anemic version of American Christianity that is a plague upon the church knows little to nothing of extravagant love—the love that brings joy to Jesus. Listen to this message if you want to learn how to love Jesus more; avoid if you don’t.
Glenn Meldrum, preaching more as a pastor rather than an evangelist, presents the wonder that God is the only free Being that there is. We, as creatures, are totally dependent upon Him whether we like it or not and whether we acknowledge it or not. Learn what this divine attribute means to the human race and specifically to believers.
Take a walk with Glenn in this sermon as he outlines how the True and Living God is not safe. We are so prone to reduce God in our minds to a being only slightly greater than we are. We do this to our own loss, for the Lord Almighty is more than able to save mankind. The real question is, do we really want saving? Do we really want to overcome the sin we have loved for so long? In this sermon you will find how to live the victorious Christian life.
This sermons by Glenn Meldrum examines the woman with the issue of blood in Mark 5:25-14. The primary problem we face as humans is that we are control freaks, terrified not to be the boss of our own destinies. Through the suffering of this woman and her aggressive pursuit of Jesus we learn the necessity of giving up the control to Jesus. This is all about surrender, which is one of the hardest things we will ever learn to do. If we really want to know Christ then surrender is not a one time act or that which is done in moments of crisis, but the pursuit of our lives.