A special message to stir us to a new appreciation for the blessings of our Protestant Reformation and that great work of the Holy Spirit in bringing the truth home with power to the common people. As true heirs of the Reformation, we ought to have fresh aspirations for and clear direction in continuing the great work of reformation in our own generation.
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Great Sermon! This classic sermon and the Reformation truths it holds are timeless. Thank you for providing us with such a treasure! The quality of the recording is good and I am blessed by the message.
Florin Motiu (2/28/2010)
from Oradea, Romania
Powerful message. Powerful message, determined stand taken for the Scriptures and against error and sin. I really needed a powerful message like this today. I thank God for leading me to find and listen to this message today.
from eastern europe, Albania
Stephen Nevarez (11/4/2009)
from Dallas, Tx
Great Sermon! Back in 1986 for the first time i listen to brother Martin " what is a biblical christian" from there on he's become one of my favorite preacher that preaches the whole counsel of God. here is another great sermon to the glory of God. he uses God's hammer to drive the nail of Sola Scriptura!!! Amen!!!
Great Sermon! I thank God for gifting the body of Christ with the ministry of Pastor Martin. He is an extraordinary preacher. His influence upon my own preaching has been inestimably profound. I have learnt more about the art of preaching by simply listening to his sermons than sitting through many hours of seminary lectures.
Great Message! As much of the world celebrates death and the dark religiosity of witches and demons and incantations, it is good and right for Christians to celebrate October 31 as Reformation Day.
It is good to remember and honor the lives of Martin Luther and other Reformers who recovered the common use of the Holy Scriptures and great doctrines such as the finished, atoning work of Jesus Christ.
"Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good". - Romans 12:21
Jimmy Montesano (2/17/2006)
from Jersey city, New Jersey
Pastor Martin is one of a kind I pray for Pastor Martin to have many more healthy years left to serve, because the body of Christ needs Pastors like him, who are not afraid to preach the full Gospel. Who really take his calling serious, I can tell by his messages, he must put much time in his sermon preperation. His messages on 1Peter are trully awesome. I encourage you to order them from his church. I've been going through 1st Peter on DVD, I was really blessed by what Pastor Martin preached on in the opening verses. It's amazing what Peter wrote just in the first few verses. May the Lord raise up men like Pastor Martin to bless the body in the years to come.
Your brother in Christ, Jim Montesano
Robert Smith (10/26/2005)
from Glasgow, Scotland
Great Sermon! Mr MarTin has covered this subject very well. In Scotland today, there are Church of Scotland Ministers who are trying to cover up The Reformation and pretend it never existed. The Covenanters aren't mentioned in polite company. The Minister of my local churrh told me that The Church of Scotland is moving away from Traditional Protestantism.
Well it can move without me!
I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed hearing your sermon it restored my hope that the Reformation as the Work of God through men is still recognised.
Jay Sanders (10/28/2002)
from Fontana, CA. USA
Very Good and Very Important! Dear Brethren, I was fortunate to hear this sermon some time ago. I was so glad to see it placed in SermonAudio.com This sermon is very unique in that it gives reformation history with Spiritual implications. A must as we celebrate 485 years of when "The Wild Boar" nailed the 95 theses on the Castle church in Wittenberg.
For over forty years, Pastor Albert N. Martin faithfully served the Lord and His people as an elder of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey. Due to increasing and persistent health problems, he stepped down as one of their pastors, and in June, 2008, Pastor Martin and...