Posts Tagged ‘Sermons’

Of the Lord’s Day, Sermons, and Weekdays


HAVE a special care to sanctify the Lord’s day; for as thou keepest it, so will it be with thee all the week long.

Make the Lord’s day the market for thy soul, let the whole day be spent in prayer, repetitions, or meditations; lay aside the affairs the other parts of the week: let the sermon thou hast heard be converted into prayer. Shall God allow thee six days, and wilt not thou afford him one?

In the church be careful to serve God: for thou art in his eyes, and not in man’s.

Thou mayest hear sermons often, and do well in practicing what thou hearest; but thou must not expect to be told thee in a pulpit all that thou oughtest to do, but be studious in searching the Scriptures, and reading good books. What thou hearest may be forgotten; but what thou readest may be better retained. Forsake not the public worship of God, lest God forsake thee, not only in public but in private.

In the week-days when thou rises, in the morning, consider,

1. Thou must die.

2. Thou mayest die that minute.

3. What will become of thy soul. Pray often.

At night consider,

1. What sins thou hast committed.

2. How often thou hast prayed.

3. What hath thy mind been bent upon

4. What hath been thy dealing.

5. What thy conversation.

6. If thou callest to mind the errors of the day, sleep not without a confession to God, and a hope of pardon. Thus, every morning and evening, make up thy accounts with Almighty God, and thy reckoning will be the less at last.

Mr. John Bunyan’s Dying Sayings

The Lost Sermons of Spurgeon: An Interview with Christian George

Dr. Christian George, Assistant Professor of Historical Theology and Curator of the C. H. Spurgeon Center for Biblical Preaching at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, drops by today to talk about his 2011 discovery of several previously unpublished Charles Spurgeon sermons.

These lost sermons will be published as The Lost Sermons of C. H. Spurgeon by B&H Academic in 2017, along with critical commentary notes from Christian himself. He will also be…..




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Website update

There will be no special articles coming out on my blog this week. I have spent the weekend adding at least a hundred new links to my website. I have also added two new pages: Free Ebooks and Audio Sermons. I have been converting books to Pdf’s and have collected numerous links from around the web, over the past few years, to many free Ebooks. I have also collected many links to Mp3 sermons/lectures. I will be adding these links to these two pages in the next few weeks. My daily quotes will still appear on my blog this week.

To check out my website, click here.

God bless,

Hershel Lee Harvell Jr.

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Jesus Loves The Church & So Should You’ [3-part AUDIO] by Earl Blackburn


Conference Audio [RSS]:

Part 1 – Ephesians 3:20-21 [mp3]

Part 2 – 1 Timothy 3:14-15 [mp3]

Part 3 – Acts 2:40-47 [mp3]

Earl Blackburn opens the conference informing that he isn’t able to say all that should be said on Ecclesiology (Doctrine of the Church) but he has written on it in the following book and recommends it for those who want to dive deeper into this doctrine:















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Reformed on the Web is now on Youtube

February 25, 2013 2 comments

Reformed on the Web is now on Youtube. Check back from time to time to see what new videos I have up.

The channel page is here.

Some Ministers are Dry

Some ministers would make good martyrs. They are so dry, they would burn well.

Charles H. Spurgeon