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Best revivedthoughts podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best revivedthoughts podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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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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Richard Baxter lived through the 17th century and is a man who is hard to describe in any one word. He fashioned himself a peacemaker but got into more conflicts than most preachers on our show. After the brutal English Civil War he would be persecuted for his faith but he never caved in his desire to preach Jesus Christ. His sermon, "Why Self Deni…
 
Revived Thoughts Deep Dive: Salem Witch Trials Joel and Troy are excited to give you a preview of our Revived Thoughts Deep Dive episode! This story of panic and fear, magic and ministers, and courtrooms and children is one that is often overlooked by Christians. How did good, God-fearing Puritans fall into a witch killing frenzy? If you'd like to …
 
Jonathan Edwards is one of the most famous preachers in American history and he was famous for the Great Awakening and revivals in America. Edwards life was not easy and he had a lot of conflicts with his church. His sermon, "Pardon for the Greatest Sinners," reminds us that God's forgiveness is for everyone. This is such a simple concept but it is…
 
John Wycliffe, "the Morning Star of the Reformation," lived in the 1300s. He helped translate the Bible out of Latin. He wanted to see reforms happen in the church. And this was all rooted in his experience with the black plague. His sermon, "The Spiritual Battle," takes us back to what it is that causes us to sin. Our flesh not being properly disc…
 
Richard Sibbes was a largely influential minister in the early 1600s. He is known for his "affectionate theology" and his elegant words on one's relationship with Christ. He was a member of the church of England but would get in trouble at times for his ties to the puritans. His sermon, "I Am My Beloved, And My Beloved Is Mine," takes Song Of Solom…
 
Hudson Taylor is one of the most famous missionaries that have ever lived. He went to China with the China Inland Mission and their work there changed the world. At the Shanghai conference on missions in 1890, Hudson Taylor preaches this sermon to encourage the missionaries to reach every part of China. His sermon, “Compassion On The Multitude,”goe…
 
Jean Gerson lived in France during the late 1300’s and early 1400s. He is most famous for his role at the Council of Constance and ending the Great Schism. He was a man who desperately wanted to see reforms go through in the Catholic Church and who also wanted to help average people grow closer to God. His sermon, “Walk While You Have The Light,” w…
 
Theodore Cuyler was the pastor of the biggest Presbyterian church in New York City. He knew or met almost every person of importance that came through the United States of America in the 1800s. And yet his story is almost completely forgotten. His sermon, "The Value Of Human Life," is one that is both timeless and remarkably poignant in our era. In…
 
Christmas Evans was born in Wales in the mid-1700s. He went from unable to read and write to a powerful preacher who preaches in a very unique and imaginative style. He would end up being one of the most famous preacher in Welsh history.This sermon was delivered in the mid 1930s and covered the subject "The Fear Of God." Too often we fear men or th…
 
J. Gresham Machen lived and preached in the early 1900s through the 1930s. He became responsible for fighting for conservative Christianity in the Presbyterian church against the tide of liberalism that was sweeping the denomination. In this episode, we focus on how the flood of liberalism at the seminary level led to a problem on the mission field…
 
Hugh Latimer lived in the early part of the Reformation and was partially responsible for the Church of England's split from Catholicism. He was also a powerful preacher who ended up being burned at the stake by the vengeful Queen Mary. This sermon would have been delivered in the 1530's around the middle of his life. He speaks about the armor of G…
 
E. K. Love (Emmanuel K. Love) was a preacher at the famous First African Baptist Church of Savannah, Georgia. He was also a huge supporter of missions, a newspaper editor, a school starter, and deeply invested in politics. This sermon was delivered as a dedication ceremony at another church in the late 1800s. At this point he was already a pastor b…
 
Oswald Chambers was a preacher who lived during World War 1. He died of a botched surgery in Egypt but before he did, he preached many sermons that were copied down by his wife. His wife took these and turned these into devotionals, the most famous of which is, "My Utmost For His Highest." In this sermon we look at where our identity should be in t…
 
Chrysostom was one of the most prominent church fathers of the ancient Roman Empire. His name meant "Golden-Mouthed," and his ability to speak was unparalleled. Despite living in Rome during a time of luxury, he emphasized living a simple life and fighting corruption. This sermon is the oldest one done on the show yet. It talks of the devil and the…
 
Hudson Taylor is one of the most famous missionaries in human history. The mission he led to China changed the Chinese church forever, leading to thousands converted in his time and the creation of a mission agency that is still around today, Overseas Mission Fellowship. He took the revolutionary route of not forcing western culture on the people h…
 
DL Moody was one of the most famous evangelists of the 19th Century (a century filled with famous evangelists). Yet in this episode we take a look at his final campaign in Kansas City, and do an on-location look at the place where he preached his final campaign. This sermon, "Last Sermon," is the last sermon he preached in his hometown. He reviews …
 
Charles Spurgeon is one of the most famous preachers of all time. Living and preaching in the second half of the 19th century he earned the nickname, "The Prince Of Preachers." In this episode we ask the question, "Did he earn this title?" This sermon, "Compel Them To Come In," is a passionate plea to ask people to come to Christ. He changes approa…
 
Christopher Love was a puritan who lived during the English Civil War. He would be executed at the end of this civil war and only lived to be 33 years old. Despite that, he lived a life that impacted the world with his passion for Jesus Christ.This sermon, “Pray With Violent Zeal,”discusses the importance of passionate prayer before our God. As a m…
 
Alexander Maclaren is a preacher who was considered one of the best preachers of his era. But unlike so many preachers, he was a quiet man who did not become famous for book-writing or big ministry projects. He just enjoyed preaching and really believed what he preached.This sermon, “Why Does Love Delay?” Maclaren asks the question, “Why doesn’t Go…
 
J. C. Ryle is a preacher we have looked at before. You can check out his episode, “Unbelief- A Marvel,” in our catalog. But this week we’re looking at his time in ministry and the “hustle” he put in for years. Prior to being a famous tract writer and preacher, he was a man who was preparing sermons for publishing, writing tracts, and working tirele…
 
Martin Luther is one of the most famous Christians that has ever lived. His story of nailing the 95 Theses on the door of the church, the “kick-off” of the Reformation, is lauded as one of the biggest turning points in world history. And yet, we often forget about the challenges that the peasants of that day would have been up against.This sermon, …
 
Lemuel Haynes was a Revolutionary War soldier and a pastor in the late 1700’s and early 1800’s. He was also an African American preacher who preached to largely white congregations in the North East. He was the first African American ordained and also awarded an honorary master’s degree in North America.This sermon, “Universal Salvation – An Ancien…
 
Revived Thoughts Is Back! In 1885 a blind and Scottish preacher was asked to speak before Queen Victoria during the height of the Victorian era. His preaching had become famous and despite his difficulty seeing, he made up for it through memorization of the Word. His fame would actually come from the hymns that he’d end up writing, the most famous …
 
We return to Dietrich Bonhoeffer in the 1930’s of Germany. He was a man who would die young as he continued to return to Nazi occupied Germany despite the threats to his own life. He wanted to help the church, and when he got removed from the pulpit he would help build underground church movements in Germany. He was a staunch supporter of the Jewis…
 
This episode is part 2 to our episode on John Knox. In this one Joel and Troy interview Douglas Bond on why it is John Knox is still so important to us today. He answers their questions on what his accomplishments were, who John Knox was, and was John Knox a misogynist? In the sermon, which is an exegesis of Isaiah 26:17-21, John Knox continues whe…
 
John Knox was central to bringing the Reformation to Scotland. He also helped lead to the development of the Presbyterian church. And he was personally well acquainted with John Calvin. Despite a life filled with conflict and persecution, his legacy lives on.In the sermon he does an exegesis on Isaiah 26:13-16 that we are calling, "The Chastisement…
 
J. C. Ryle (John Charles Ryle) lived in the 1800’s and had a powerful and impacting career in ministry. His books are still widely read today and even though he started in rural churches in the United Kingdom, he eventually became one of the most popular preachers in London.In the sermon, “Unbelief – A Marvel,” Ryle talks about how incredible it is…
 
George Whitefield lived in the 1700's and was a traveling preacher that was prominent in both the United Kingdom and the colonies. He became famous for preaching over 18,000 sermons in his life to over 10,000,000 different people. He is one of the most famous preachers of The Great Awakening.In the sermon, "An Almost Christian," Whitefield talks ab…
 
John Newton lived in the 1700’s as a sailor and spent time on slaving ships. When he left that course of work in 1764 he became an Anglican priest. He preached against the slave trade and helped write pamphlets with the hopes of bringing it to it’s end. His preaching was fiery and powerful in London.In this sermon, “Amazing Grace,” John Newton exam…
 
Back in the 1300's, during the middle of the black plague outbreak in Strasburg, a monk named Johann Tauler preached. He visited the sick, continued to give sermons, and despite seeing a horrific outbreak of plague that would re-shape Europe and church culture forever, he stood strong in loving his neighbor. In this sermon, "He Makes The Deaf To He…
 
They called him the “Prince of Scottish Preachers.” Alexander Whyte was famous for his revival style preaching. From his humble beginnings as a shoe-maker who couldn’t read he would become one of the most influential preachers out of Scotland. But did he end the race well?In this sermon, “The Magnificence of Prayer,” Alexander Whyte teaches on the …
 
Gresham Machen continues the story where we left off at Princeton Theological Seminary. In our episode on BB Warfield's sermon "The Example Of The Divine Incarnation," we hear about how Warfield stood up to theological liberalism.A few years have passed and Machen gives his last sermon at Princeton. He warns and encourages the students to fight the…
 
"Repent, Repent, O England, Repent," were the last words of John Bradford as he cried out to the crowd. He was a Christian Martyr who lived during the 1500's and was killed by the "bloody Queen Mary" of history. He was called "Holy Bradford," or the "Holiest man to live since the apostles" by the Reformers. John Bradford's sermon on Fruitful Repent…
 
Jonathan Edwards is one of the most famous preachers to have ever lived because of his sermon, "Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God." He was also known as America's first important theologian, and one of the cornerstones of the Great Awakening.Follow us for more content throughout the week! FacebookInstagramTwitterRevived Thoughts…
 
John Calvin lived in the 1500's and was a major part of the Reformation. His work is still read today and Calvinism is his namesake. He suffered persecution by Catholics in France and many other difficulties in ministry. In his sermon, "Ravenous wolves wreak havoc," he gives timely advice on how to deal with those who would deceive the church.Jerem…
 
During the American Revolution preachers played a vital role in shaping the future country. Samuel Cooper had a church in Boston, at the very heart of the Revolution, that had notable figures such as John Hancock and future presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams. He was also a friend of Benjamin Franklin's and was asked to edit the Paris peace…
 
BB Warfield (Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield) was a seminary professor at Princeton during the late 1800’s. He became famous for his firm position on Biblical inerrancy and the idea that the Bible is absolutely true. He once said, “The Bible is the Word of God in that when the Bible speaks, God is speaking.”In this sermon, The Example of the Incarna…
 
Charles Spurgeon was known as the prince of preachers. But many people did not know that he struggled with depression his entire life. In this sermon, he tells us about that struggle and finding God in the midst of hardship.FacebookInstagramRevived Thoughts This episode's sermon was preached by Wayne Geiger. Wayne Geiger is the pastor of First Bapt…
 
In a country ruled by Nazis, Dietrich Bonhoeffer speaks to his congregation on overcoming fear and how God overcame the world.FacebookInstagramRevived Thoughts This episode's sermon was preached by Dustin Garret, a representative of Samaritan Ministries. Check out more from Dustinhttps://www.facebook.com/dustin.garrett.39https://www.instagram.com/d…
 
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