Audio-Vids

[Full length audios, unabridged; Note audio a robo-voice - MS 'David' - slightly speeded up, tone lowered, definitely 'listenable to'; click icon upper-left on video to go to site for enlarge or full screen video]

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Jeremiah Burroughs 1654 'Exceeding Sinfulness Of Sin' - Sixt Part 'He That Committeth Sin Is Of The Devil' 1Jn 3:8  [link is original page w/text; 17 min.]




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'Simon Peter Sifted As Wheat - By The Grace of God' JN Darby 1800-1882; Lk. 22:14-34  [link is original page w/info; 18 min.]




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'Heavenly Footman' - John Bunyan 1698; He that Will Have Heaven Must Run For It  [audio w/scrolling text; link is original page; classic worth full listen - 80 min. (it is lengthy, listening/watching in parts can be a good approach)]

Full screen or enlarge; go to: vidlink



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Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646) - one of the 'Puritans' - well regarded in his day, by his writings is still today. Very few audio resources of Jeremiah Burroughs online, or printed in readable text format even. This particular audio in it's original unedited form as it is here is nowhere else to be found. There is one partial-recording of JBurroughs 'Earthly Mindedness' on YT but it has been 'modernized'...which is to say...stripped of it's essence. The writings of Burroughs are a treasure. Very practical, very applicable, and depending on the hearer, may be very impactful. This particular work 'A Treatise of Earthly-mindedness' - 'Who Mind Earthly Things' is widely considered a classic. Well worth the effort, time. In three parts:

[For these three videos click image - goes to page w/full text]


Part I of III - 'A Treatise Of Earthly Mindedness' By Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646) - A Great Sin; Original, Unedited


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Part II of III - 'A Treatise Of Earthly Mindedness' By Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646) - A Great Sin; Original, Unedited


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Part III of III - 'A Treatise Of Earthly Mindedness' By Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646) - A Great Sin; Original, Unedited


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John Knox 1558 'First Blast Of The Trumpet Against The Monstrous Regimen Of Women' [Women Not To Rule Over Men]

John Knox led the Scottish reformation of the 16th century transitioning Scotland from Catholicism to Presbyterianism. Knox is considered to be the founder of Presbyterianism. At that time Scotland and England were ruled by a succession of Queens - three 'Marys' and one Elizabeth. This historical and now famous writing was occasioned by that situation. Reference is made to some of these queens in this work.

An internet search turned up no audio recording of this work. So here now is one. Complete and unedited, not 'modernized'. Audio is a robo-voice...slightly speeded up, tone slightly lowered. Definitely listenable, especially with scrolling text. Careful listening in it's entirety is necessary to make an informed assessment.

Note: [quote from link] "Knox never wrote The Second Blast of the Trumpet . . . , nor any other of the [3] originally planned blasts, but did publish a summary of the projected Second Blast in 1558 in response to criticisms of and complaints about the vehemence of his language in The First Blast...." -- Full text: https://tinyurl.com/ya95g7c6 [Internet Archive]
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In two parts [click link upper left corner to go to site to watch full screen]:

First part 57 min.

Preface 0:00 - 12:25
First Blast 12:25 - end first part


Full screen recommended; go to: vidlink



Second part 44 min.

Full screen recommended; go to: vidlink


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