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    Regeneration v. The Idolatry of Decisional "Evangelism" by Paul Washer

    HT: Lanes' Blog

    Posted by John on October 24, 2008 02:33 PM


    Paul Washer has been captured by the passion of the apostle Paul, through a God-given revelation of the apostle's heavenly burden for saving souls. Brother Paul lives this passion, giving life and demonstration to the apostle's words - "My little children, of whom I travail in birth again until Christ be formed in you, I desire to be present with you now, and to change my voice; for I stand in doubt of you." (Galatians 4:19, 20)

    This is the Gospel in it's raw form, straight and truthful. It's a timely message, needed in an age as ours where compromise is the norm and the Gospel being watered down for political correctness and social acceptability.

    where can i get audio downloads of paul washer?

    Hi Mike

    There are a lot of audio downloads from Paul Washer in the Monergism MP3 Library

    this is the message God used to show me I was religious lost . I had made a god in my mind that didn't exist , one that was sympathetic to sin . I was crushed when this dear brother explained that decisionism is not salvific and I realized that God did not "owe" me for what I had been doing for Him and at that moment I realized if I died right then I would go to hell . The reality of the truth that Jesus came and died on that cross to save me from my sins caused me to call to Him for mercy , I have not been the same since , nor do I want to be . Thank God for the message . 1 Cor. 1:21

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