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The Expulsive Power of a New Affection

Narrated by: Adam Kinunen
Length: 52 mins
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According to Christianity, man is an enemy of God and does not seek him (Romans 3). This short work from Thomas Chalmers shows what is necessary to move one from a life of enmity toward God to one as a child of God. It is knowing, seeing, and tasting God as infinitely valuable. Human beings are creatures whose hearts, like nature, detest a vacuum, and so to expel the sin and selfishness in our hearts, we must fill them with something that is better and more satisfying - namely, Jesus Christ.

Public Domain (P)2015 GLH Publishing

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An excellent read of an excellent book. Kinunen's syrupy voice made me want to be a better person.

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  • 28-05-17

Excellent sermon

Excellent sermon on the idolatry of sin and the heart of sinful man, the only cure for a bad desire is a right desire.

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  • Denise Barker
  • 30-12-18

counterfeit gods

this sermon is still very relevant because human nature remains the same, turning over the rocks within our hearts Chalmers shows us our unfaithful selves.

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  • Ian
  • 25-09-18

Performance was SO boring

Void of any emotion, Thomas would hate this reading. Such a powerful story. Yet told as if he were reciting lines of computer code.