The revivedthoughts's Podcast

The revivedthoughts's Podcast

New podcast weblog

Episodes

December 31, 2020 23 min
Join Joel and Troy for a special episode of Revived Thoughts where they give you their top sermons of 2020 (5 sermons each). They also give you the sermons that were the top ten most downloaded sermons of the year. Happy New Years from all of us at Revived Studios and we wish you the best in the coming year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Share
Mark as Played
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 the opinions of man and do not properly fear and understand the Creator it is t...
Share
Mark as Played
December 17, 2020 31 min
Watchman Nee is maybe the most famous preacher that has ever come out of China. He suffered persecution for the faith and was responsible for setting up hundreds of churches. But how many of us know much about his actual life story? In the sermon, "Why This Waste?" Watchman Nee challenges listeners to think through what the world might call wasting your life on God. He on the other hand says that it is actually rightfully l...
Share
Mark as Played
December 10, 2020 30 min
John Sung was the most famous evangelist in China's history. He preached to millions of people in his career and not just in China, but across all of south-east Asia. They called him the "John The Baptist" of China. And the man who changed China. In this sermon, "The Burden of Sin Lifted," you can see the special emphasis he places on living a Holy and acceptable life. But also in the freedom of having your sin...
Share
Mark as Played
Soren Kierkegaard is known as the "Father of existentialism." So what is he doing preaching a sermon about a God that never changes? In this sermon, "The Unchangeableness of God," Kierkegaard argues that God has never forgotten any action that we have ever taken. That God's immutability is one of the most terrifying and true realities of God we have to deal with. Special thanks to Josiah Carrigan for reading thi...
Share
Mark as Played
RT Selects: C.I. Scofield is a controversial and famous preacher who lived in the 1800s. His life story starts out very rough as a confederate soldier, a corrupt lawyer, and an alcoholic who destroys his own private practice and his family. His story changes completely when a friend tells him about Christ. His sermon, "The Deity Of Christ," comes across as one part apologetic work and another part invitation to meet the sam...
Share
Mark as Played
November 19, 2020 30 min
Don't forget to share this episode and comment on our posts for a chance to win a book from Banner Of Truth! Richard Sibbes, "The Bruised Reed." Horatius Bonar, more famous as a hymn-writer, was a preacher in the 1800s from Scotland. He did everything he could during a tough time of transitions for the Church of Scotland. He also had a hard personal life, losing five of his own children during his life. In this sermon...
Share
Mark as Played
November 18, 2020 3 min
This is a trailer for Revived Studios latest show, Revived Radio. You can find Revived Radio on any podcast app or by going to the website linked Revived Radio and check it out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Share
Mark as Played
November 12, 2020 46 min
John G. Paton is one of the premiere missionaries of the 1800s. His courage and adventure shown in the sight of hostile people-groups and unpleasant conditions helped lead many to take their faith more seriously. His impact on a tribe of cannibals in the New Hebrides was huge. In this reading Paton discusses his desire to go to the New Hebrides people, but also the people and forces that were working against him and keeping him fro...
Share
Mark as Played
November 5, 2020 63 min
Balthasar Hubmaier was an Anabaptist leader who preached and lived in Europe in the early days of the Reformation. He will be martyred by the Catholic church in 1528 but he had many run ins with protestant reformers as well. In this sermon, "On The Sword," Hubmaier encourages some Christians who wanted to give up some government posts they'd been offered to not do so. Instead, he encourages them to stay and make governm...
Share
Mark as Played
This episode features another special interview! Troy and Joel interview Greg Gordon, the man who runs the website Sermon Index. The largest compository of old sermons online and also the man behind most old sermon audio content that can be found on Youtube. We have him on the show and ask him what makes these old sermons so great! In this sermon, "The Gifts To The Flock," we listen to a sermon by Alexander Maclaren. If you...
Share
Mark as Played
This episode features a special interview with Barry Cooper and Douglas Bond! These two men have come out with a new podcast, "Luther In Real Time," with Ligonier which goes through the life of Martin Luther exactly 500 years from the events of his story. These two men give us insights into why this Reformation Leader has stood the test of time as a hero to so many. In this sermon, "The World Through Jesus Eyes," we...
Share
Mark as Played
October 15, 2020 33 min
B. H. Carroll once fought in the Confederate army and preached atheism to rallies of soldiers. But after God got a hold of his life he became the founder of multiple seminaries and a preacher that was well known throughout the south. In this sermon, "The Faith Of Noah," Carroll pushes us to think about the work that God has been doing in the lives of believers since the beginning. That He calls them to tell others about th...
Share
Mark as Played
B. B. Warfield was a theologian at Princeton Theological Seminary that stood for Biblical inerrancy and traditional faith. At a time when Princeton and theology at large was liberalizing Warfield stood strong against this move against the faith. The sermon here was preached at Princeton after the death of a beloved professor and friend of Warfield's. B. B. Warfield comforts the students with the truth and the future of what hap...
Share
Mark as Played
Many people have heard of the Crusades. But how many people know the story of how the Crusades got started? Listen as Troy and Joel tell you the story that sounds like it was written by a movie director. People have heard of the Crusades but few people know the twists and turns that led men from Europe to launch an invasion of the Holy Land. The research for this episode was extensive and was even double-checked by a Crusades Histo...
Share
Mark as Played
October 1, 2020 44 min
Waite Stirling was called God's lonely sentinel. He lived completely cut off at the bottom of the Earth because he had a desire for the Gospel to go out to those who had never known the Lord. He eventually became the Bishop of the Falkland Islands. This sermon was preached at his consecration by W. C. Lake. This sermon preaches on the power of making sure that you put the Gospel, and not side issues, at the center of all that y...
Share
Mark as Played
John Wesley lived in the 1700s and was an influential leader of the First Great Awakening. He and George Whitefield founded the Methodist movement together after their time at Oxford. But the two had a theological rift that nearly destroyed their ministry. His sermon, “The funeral of George Whitefield,” shows the end of that feud. Wesley gives personal insights into the life and character of George Whitefield and through it we can ...
Share
Mark as Played
September 17, 2020 23 min
John Dagg was an incredibly influential Southern Baptist founder and thinker. He grew up bad at academia but would end up writing the systematic theology of the Southern Baptist denomination. This sermon was likely preached in the 1820’s and 1830s. His sermon, “Eternity!” challenges our view of eternity. Most of us do not like to think of eternity. But Dagg would call into question thinking of anything else. Special thanks to John ...
Share
Mark as Played
T. Dewitt Talmage lived and preached in the late 1800s. He was a sensational preacher that pushed people to re-examine their walk with God. By some he was called a "pulpit clown," but thousands flocked to the places he preached. His sermon, "The Spider In The Palace," shows us the majesty and glory of God in this unique and different kind of sermon. Special thanks to Henry Knox for preaching this sermon.  Henry Kno...
Share
Mark as Played
Henry Liddon was a famous preacher in London during the 1800s. One of the most influential people in the Church of England during his time, he defended the Bible against skepticism and unitarianism as many were drifting away from the faith. This sermon, "The First Five Minutes After Death," is a sermon is a sermon he gave that challenges us to think about what will happen to us after we die. Not just will we go to Heaven, b...
Share
Mark as Played

Chat About The revivedthoughts's Podcast

Advertise With Us

Popular Podcasts

Crime Junkie
Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.

Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.

For You

    Music, radio and podcasts, all free. Listen online or download the iHeartRadio App.

    Connect

    © 2021 iHeartMedia, Inc.