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Robert Murray M'Cheyne Podcasts

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Robert Murray M'Cheyne. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Robert Murray M'Cheyne, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Robert Murray M'Cheyne. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Robert Murray M'Cheyne, often where they are interviewed.

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S2, Ep. 3 - New Testament Sermons by Robert Murray M'Cheyne

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In this episode of The Greater Heritage podcast we review New Testament Sermons by Robert Murray M'Cheyne and published by Banner of Truth.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this review are solely those of the reviewer. They do not represent any endorsement from the publisher.

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May 31 2020 · 12mins
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The Memoir and Remains of Rev. Robert Murray M'Cheyne - A Review

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May 30 2020 · 11mins

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Robert Murray M'Cheyne: Do What You Can

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Robert Murray M'Cheyne was a minister in Scotland from 1835-1843. Despite only serving for a handful of years his life made a huge impact. From his trip to Jerusalem to his Bible reading plan this 29 year old left a mark on history.

His sermon, "Do What You Can," reminds us that our time is short and we are to spend our years on Earth doing what we can for God. What makes it especially challenging is that it comes from a man who was only 29 when he died and he spent his time on Earth "Doing all that he could."

Special thanks to Wayne Geiger. Wayne Geiger is the pastor of First Baptist Grain Valley, MO and an Adjunct Professor of Communication. His site is waynegeiger.com

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May 07 2020 · 32mins
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Revisiting Letters of Robert Murray M'Cheyne

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Show Notes: https://mediagrati.ae/blogAs John and Teddy will be continuing the series discussing Puritans and the 18th Century Revivals, we thought it would be a good idea to reach into our archives and remind you about some of the men we have talked about on the podcast who were also deeply influenced by the Puritans. This week we present you with the first episode from our series about Robert Murray M'Cheyne.You can find links to the rest of the episodes in this series at https://mediagrati.ae/blog.
Mar 05 2020 · 29mins

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2. Robert Murray M'Cheyne

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The old hymn, -One Day When Heaven Was Filled With His Praises,- is an overall theme that can remind us of five Puritan preachers and scholars- John Bunyan, Robert Murray M'Cheyne, William Perkins, Richard Sibbes, John Owen. Although the hymn was written a few hundred years after these preachers, it reminds us of the Christ they proclaimed in their own time-zone. Each preacher plus Biblical references, is introduced by a line from the Chorus- 'Living, He loved me- -- Dying He saved me- -- Buried, He carried my sins far away- -- Rising, He justified freely forever- --One day He's coming, O glorious day'.
Jun 12 2019 · 34mins
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The Mental Agonies Of Hell by Robert Murray M'Cheyne

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At present, I mean to speak to you principally on the meaning of the word, 'castaway'. At some previous times I have spoken to you on the subject of an eternal hell — on the worm that never dies, and the fire that is never quenched; but there is one part of the subject I have passed over, namely, the mental agonies of hell, and that is a castaway. The word 'castaway' is supposed to be taken from workers of metals; you know there is a part of the metal which comes out of the furnace which is called dross, which is of no manner of use and is cast away. The same word is sometimes translated 'reprobate'. Those of you in this congregation who will be cast away will be found to be but dross, 'reprobate silver shall men call them' (Jeremiah 6:30)
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