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A Call to Anguish!

The words of the message were very convicting. We need more men like Nehemiah who was willing to weep in anguish over the fallen down walls of Jerusalem and the destruction that has assaulted the walls of the church of the Lord Jesus Christ. We need more willing to weep over the sin that has run rampant through the halls of our churches. We need more who will seriously pray that God will break us, and that whatever it takes to be a pure church that He will bring it to pass in our lives.

Here is a link to the entire message as well.

About Mark Escalera

Name: Mark Escalera - (formerly The Jungle Missionary) Blog: DefendingContending.Com Ministry: I am a sinner saved by grace, and learning every day how much more I need the Lord directing my life. In a graceless world, my desire is to show to others the grace that has been extended to me. Have been married for almost 25 years and we have been blessed with five children with the oldest three serving in the US Air Force. My passion is seeking to minister the precious life-giving Word of God to those dead in trespasses and sins! Humbled that He would choose me as one of His children! Preferred translation: English Standard Version (ESV) Currently studying: Psalms Currently reading: The Attributes of God by A.W. Pink

3 comments on “A Call to Anguish!

  1. This entire sermon (I think around an hour long) is incredible.

  2. Steffie, thanks for noting that. I have edited the post to include a link to the entire message.

  3. Mark,
    You may be interested in this compilation video as well –

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