The highest form of worship is the worship of unselfish Christian service. The greatest form of praise is the sound of consecrated feet seeking out the lost and helpless.

Billy Graham
You have arrived at a feature our web designers tell us will be ready to “go live” in the very near future. Blog for God (BFG) is engaged in a three phase roll out of what promises to become the premiere web site dedicated to advancing knowledge and interaction among present and future Believers.

The “Great Sermons” department provides an opportunity for present day individuals to video record their presentation of a historically significant sermon. We at BFG are currently creating a “Library of Great Sermons” dating back to the time when Christ walked with His disciples here on earth. The Library will be searchable by topic, time period, author, etc. We will provide background information about the original author of the sermon and the context surrounding the specific sermon.

Perhaps you might want to reenact the “Sermon on the Mount” (certainly a daunting task), or, perhaps less challenging, but certainly no “walk in the park” the “Sermon and Collation of St. Thomas Aquinas for the Feast of Pentecost”. Maybe you’re up to the challenge Billy Graham faced in the fall of 1949 when he preached America’s most famous sermon: “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”, first preached by Jonathan Edwards on July 8, 1741.

Regardless of your choice, when this department is live you will be able to easily upload your video reenactment at blogforgod.com absolutely FREE.

We invite you to recreate as many of these historically significant sermons as you would like.We anticipate these reenactments will be a great encouragement to all and will aid individuals worldwide in their faith life. It is our prayer that God will use these reenactments in a mighty way to advance the knowledge of God and interaction among His children.

Although we have made great progress readying this department it is not too late for you to play a role in shaping its final incarnation. Therefore, we invite you to tell us about any specific sermon you would love to reenact or see presented in this department. We welcome any suggestions about any feature that we should include. Also we are especially keen on knowing what great sermons you feel deserve special consideration for reenactment.

And please do not hesitate to recommend to us a particular member of the clergy, lay person or celebrity who you would like to see reenacting your suggested Great Sermon. Click Suggestions now to help us in this way.

Greg Laurie

Harvest Ministries

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