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      Precious Blood
      (R.C. Sproul)

      Friday, May 2, 2008



      Anonymous said...

      "The precious blood of our Lord Jesus Christ" Some times I just think to myself, "what have you done"? This message tugged at my heart and has caused me to examine myself. Thanks.

      Anonymous said...

      What's the deal with all these wierd ads? You've got Andy Bain (yeah, THAT Andy) calling Sproul an Agnostic - right on your main page!

      Then, I'm looking at what I'm certain is an image of R.C. Sproul, and the "ticker" at the bottom of the screen is saying "What must I DO to be saved. Faith alone is NOT enough."

      And of course, there are a half dozen ads for Radio Control cars, trucks, helicopters....

      Lane Chaplin said...

      I do wish I could control the ads in some way. I've put disclaimers above the video player and have tried to moderate them, but sites like revver don't make that possible. In the future, please leave your name when commenting. I'm trying to weed out anonymous commenting regardless if I agree with the points made by the commenter.

      Douglas K. Adu-Boahen said...

      Another great sermon from Dr. Sproul. By the way, is Dr. Sproul OK - it looked as though he were seated during the sermon? I did hear something about a knee surgery, but I wasn't too sure.

      Grace and peace,


      Lane Chaplin said...

      Doug, from what I understand, he had knee surgery a while back and has been recovering from it just fine. A friend of mine and I went to see him preach at his church in Sanford, Fl a little while ago, and he was walking with a cane but looked great otherwise.

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