Archive for the ‘Preaching’ Category

There is now a S.Lewis Johnson app available for iPhone and Android.  It’s just been released and is sort of in demo phase right now. But I’ve been told that the goal is to make all of the SLJ content available via the app.


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These nine sermons that were preached at the Pensacola Theological Institute in August 1969 have been made freely available here by the Martyn Lloyd-Jones Recordings Trust.   These messages were preached during ML-J’s last visit to the USA, a visit in which he also gave the lectures at Westminster Theological Seminary that were the basis for his book Preaching and Preachers.

As the description notes, Hurricane Camille was bearing down on the Gulf Coast as the series commenced.  Eventually, the storm made landfall to the west of Pensacola, with the Florida Panhandle escaping the brunt of the storm.  If memory serves, I recall reading that the power went out during one of the messages, but the Doctor went on, unabated.  During the course of his ministry at Westminster Chapel in London, he had preached through The Blitz, so I suppose by that point, he wasn’t easily fazed!

I haven’t listened to many Lloyd-Jones sermons in recent years, so I look forward to listening to these.

Note:  Earlier today, Dan Phillips brought out a very interesting point related to Dr. Lloyd-Jones preaching.

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I have been dealing with other priorities lately and haven’t been keeping up with the various blogs as I had been in the recent past.  But in case you haven’t seen them, here are some links to get you up to speed if so inclined:

Expository Thoughts links to several recent posts, including John MacArthur’s series “The Rape of Solomon’s Song.”  There were numerous comments on each of those posts that I haven’t begun to wade through yet.  For follow-up discussion on the Expository Thoughts site, see here.

For further discussion involving the TeamPyro bloggers, Tom Ascol and yours truly, see here.

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