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We are bringing history's greatest sermons back to life! Sermons from famous preachers like Charles Spurgeon, DL Moody, John Calvin, and many more. These sermons contain great wisdom from the past that will encourage believers in their walks with God today. Each episode features a 5-10 minute backstory on who the preacher is to better understand the sermon's context. And each sermon has had its language updated for easy listening for the 21st century believer.

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We are bringing history's greatest sermons back to life! Sermons from famous preachers like Charles Spurgeon, DL Moody, John Calvin, and many more. These sermons contain great wisdom from the past that will encourage believers in their walks with God today. Each episode features a 5-10 minute backstory on who the preacher is to better understand the sermon's context. And each sermon has had its language updated for easy listening for the 21st century believer.

    St. Augustine: Sermon on 1 John

    St. Augustine: Sermon on 1 John

    St. Augustine grew up at the end of the Roman Empire. He did not become a convert to Christianity until later in his life. His famous works Confessions and The City Of God deeply influenced Christianity.
    This sermon, “Sermon From 1 John,” shows St. Augustine walking through the text of the passage from 1 John and applying it for the listeners understanding.
    Special thanks to Cory Halbardier for reading this sermon.
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    • 50 min
    William Muir: A Minister's Duties

    William Muir: A Minister's Duties

    William Muir died a young man, almost completely obscure and never known. But his church loved him and collected his works. There's only one sermon that he ever preached as an ordained minister. This is that sermon come back to life.
    This sermon, "A Minister's Duties," comes from a man who was ill and never knew if he'd even get to fulfill his duties. But he knew, from the bottom of his heart, what it was he felt called to do for God's Kingdom. This sermon should encourage all who spend time in ministry and even those who do not.
    Special thanks to Thomas Stewart for reading this sermon. 
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    • 40 min
    John A. Broadus: Lessons For The Tempted

    John A. Broadus: Lessons For The Tempted

    John A. Broadus became a Christian in his teenage years after being challenged at a revival to take the Word seriously. Although he never went to school personally, he became a teacher and would eventually become an influential professor and president at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
    This sermon, "Lessons For The Tempted," shows off his simple way of teaching the truth to those who would listen. He viewed temptation through the lens of James 1, not as a thing to carry as just a burden in this life, but as a way for Christ to make stronger believers out of us.
    Special thanks to Justin Rea for reading this sermon. Justin Rea is a data analyst from North Georgia. He currently owns and operates soundinworship.com, a website designed to point Christians to great and solid worship music. He is married to his wife, Anna Beth, and has a 1 year old son named Silas. 
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    • 22 min
    Anthony Burges: The Last Day Of Judgment

    Anthony Burges: The Last Day Of Judgment

    Anthony Burges was persecuted during the English Civil War. He was also an academic whose thoughts on justification would be wide read. When asked to submit himself to the Church of England, he refused and was pushed out of his post.
    This sermon has that "Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God," by Jonathan Edwards or Charles Spurgeons "Compel Them To Come In." It intensely reminds us that the end of our life will come and the way that we lived during this time will be judged on that day.
    Special thanks to Dave Seip for reading this sermon. Dave Seip is a native of Minnesota but by God's grace lives and serves in Texas. He lives in Denton with his wife and serves his church in multiple ways including teaching and helping maintain the Sunday livestream. Dave started his podcast Kings Way Talk in 2015 originally as a place to record Charles Spurgeon sermons, but it has since grown into a broader podcast featuring discussions, interviews, sermons and more.
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    • 56 min
    David Livingstone: The Heart Of Africa

    David Livingstone: The Heart Of Africa

    David Livingstone was a doctor who famously became the first European to visit and discover many locations inside of Africa. He also spread and taught the Gospel while fighting against the slave trade everywhere he went.
    The sermon is actually technically a lecture. But in it he gives the details of his actions in Africa. He explains the difficulties of missionary work in places where the Gospel has never been, the issues of the slave trade, the places he's visited, and God's sovereign hand across the events there.
    Special thanks to Jonathan Clauson for reading this speech. Jonathan Clauson started with Clear Channel Radio in the ’90s. Jonathan has worked in audio and marketing for 20 years. Credits include stints at EA Tiburon, Christianity Today, Christ and Pop Culture, and freelancing as voice talent for audio-books and podcast production services.
    If you'd like to financially support the show, go to our Patreon! It helps us continue making the show best we can for you. 3 bucks a month gets you access to special episodes, the RT bookmark, and more! You can also check out our recent Revived Thoughts Deep Dive episode and access to our next "Behind The Scenes" coming out this week! Important announcement in this episode!
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    • 44 min
    John Winthrop: City On A Hill

    John Winthrop: City On A Hill

    John Winthrop left Europe and sailed across the ocean to become one of the first governors of Massachusetts. Before the group of Puritans left for the New World this was the final message they heard. And in it was much of the hope for what America could become.
    The sermon is actually titled, "The Model Of Christian Charity," but is famous for the line, "City on a Hill." This line would go on to become popular in political discussions of the United States of America. But in this sermon, it meant so much more than that.
    Special thanks to Chris Staron for reading this sermon. Chris Staron is the host of the award winning Truce Podcast — the Christian history show that Podcast Magazine called “reminiscent of Malcolm Gladwell”. He’s also the author of the novel “Cradle Robber” and the writer/ director of the Christian films “Bringing up Bobby” and “Between the Walls”. You can learn everything you need to know about his work at trucepodcast.com.
    If you'd like to financially support the show, go to our Patreon! It helps us continue making the show best we can for you. 3 bucks a month gets you access to special episodes, the RT bookmark, and more! You can also check out our recent Revived Thoughts Deep Dive episode and access to our next "Behind The Scenes" coming out this week! Important announcement in this episode!
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    • 56 min

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