Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

Narrated by: David Plinge
Length: 47 mins
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The quintessential hellfire and damnation sermon that reportedly caused mass conversions and repentances. This used to be (and in some places still is) taught as part of the US high school American literature curriculum. Perhaps more controversial today than in 1741!

Public Domain (P)2014 David Stifel

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Awesome sermon.

The gist of it that God doesn't owe us one second of life. It is up to us to repent and believe the gospel now and not wait or reject it. As careful as we might be doesn't mean a thing when it's time to die. Receive Jesus Christ now while you have time.

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The harsh reality...

The harsh reality of the Christian worldview when unpolluted by weak preachers who tell lies about the true nature of God.

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Wow, I'm Gonna Be Good!

This was arguably one of the best sermons in the last few hundred years. I wanted to listen to it instead of just reading it. Glad I did. David Plingfe really complimented Jonathan Edwards' very powerful work. I plan on listening to it many times.

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Hell, it's a choice.

Postmodern Christianity can't cancel hell, its a place that many will go without a true relationship with Jesus Christ. It's not doctrine, religion or works. It's repenting, believing, trusting and knowing The Lord. It's about Relationship and becoming like Him not the world. Know Him though His Word. Know peace.

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I've been underestimating His Wrath!!

This sermon, having been voiced so long ago, makes me realize just how foolish I've been underestimating His Wrath that is to come. This is something that every Christian needs to hear for himself with their own church families in mind to receive this message.

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God's wrath on the lost sinner

Tremendously sermon by Jonathan Edwards and brought alive by David Plinge. Very important sermon depicting the wrath of almighty God toward all that reject his grace and mercy.

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All Adam's children need to know this <br />with love.

John 3:16 says _God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that who so ever believes in Him should not parish but have eternal life. God does not want nobody to parish to Hell. That is why He sent JESUS to pay the price with His blood for our sins. Please believe in Jesus and that He paid for your sins. Please_ Become Born Again_ so you can avoid the place apart from God called Hell. Hell was made for the Devil and his fallen angels, not for you. We all have a choice.. pick God.

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A must listen!

Every person, Christian or not must hear this eloquent but stern, and sobering sermon by Edwards.

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A Must Listen

This book spells out God's great mercy on mankind and His desire to save us from Hell.