I share this clip not to exalt self but to encourage others who may be struggling with God's "no" in their lives. It's when the Lord shut the door for Steven Lee only to open another door. His ways are above our ways. But He knows the thoughts He thinks toward us. Thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give us an expected end. Jer 29:11. Listen to the entire sermon: sermonaudio.com/sermon/117211459317927
Great Thought! My hope also is that others will listen to Puritan works. There is such a distinction between what and how we hear the Word of God today, compared to today. The Spirit was truly guiding those men and giving them what seems to be greater insight into the heart of God. Perhaps our busy lives with something new every day is distracting us. Steven, may God bless your work. It is much needed and will not be forgotten.
T Sullivan (5/4/2021)
from Owensboro, Kentucky
Thanks so much for this. I started narrating Puritan works on cassettes for the blind in 1985. I never kept copies. They were distributed by request through the Chapel Library then in Venice, FL. In 2003 we digitized my newer recordings and first put them on SermonAudio. To my surprise my old recordings were requested from CL and also put on SermonAudio. Now in my 36th year of narrating, my only contribution to the Christian world is here. I had aspirations to the ministry. God said no. Now I have I humbly hope given something better. My motto has been, if people won't read a Puritan book, maybe they will listed. T M S The Narrated Puritan on SermonAudio. God bless Steven Lee.
Scott LaPierre is the senior pastor of Woodland Christian Church, a Regional Facilitator over WA and OR for NCFIC, an author, and conference speaker. He and his wife, Katie, grew up together and God has blessed them with eight children. For more information visit...