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by Dr. R. L. Hymers, Jr. A sermon preached at the Fundamentalist Baptist Tabernacle of Los Angeles Wednesday Evening, July 18, 2001 "Ye do always resist the Holy Ghost"(Acts 7:51) Dr. I. S. Spencer became the pastor of Jonathan Edwards' church in Northampton, Massachusetts in 1828. He pastored there four years, in which time 250 people were converted and joined the church under his ministry, about 60 a year. This was before Finney's "decisionism" came into the pulpits of America, so these were not just modern "decisions." They were actual conversions that led to church membership and life-long commitment. Dr. Spencer then refused a call to pastor at Park Street Church in Boston, the largest church in New England. But later in the year 1832 he accepted the call to start a new church in Brooklyn, New York. He had no building and only about 40 people. He remained at this church for 22 years, until the end of his life in 1854. By the tim

That’s My King

The Bible says He’s the King of the Jews He’s the King of Israel He’s the King of Righteousness He’s the King of the Ages He’s the King of Heaven He’s the King of Glory He’s the King of Kings and He is the Lord of Lords Now that’s my King! David says The Heavens declare the glory of God And the firmament showeth His handiwork No means of measure can define His limitless love No far seeing telescope can bring into visibility the coastline of His shoreless supply No barriers can hinder Him from pouring out His blessing He’s enduringly strong He’s entirely sincere He’s eternally steadfast He’s immortally graceful He’s imperially powerful He’s impartially merciful That’s my King! He’s God’s Son He’s the sinners’ Saviour He’s the centrepiece of civilisation He stands alone in Himself He’s august He’s unique He’s unparalleled He’s unprecedented He’s supreme He’s pre-eminent He’s the loftiest idea in literature He’s the highest personality in philosophy