Dr. John R. Rice’s We can have revival now sermons is a theWord module with 9 sermons on different topics of revival for the church today.
We Can Have Revival Now
By Evangelist John R. Rice (1895-1980)
Table of Contents of Rice We Can have Revival Now Sermons
Chapter 1 – Voices that Despair of_Revival
Chapter 2 – Bible Foretells Greatest_Revivals Yet To Come
Chapter 3 – False Teaching About The Last Days
Chapter 4 – “The Last Days,” A Blessed Age of_Revival
Chapter 5 – Great_Revivals in Bible Times Prove We Can Have Revival Now
Chapter 6 – We Can Have Revival Now Because of God’s Infinite Resources Freely Available
Chapter 7 – Present-Day Wickedness, Apostasy, and Modern Civilization Cannot Prevent Revival
Chapter 8 – The Revival Harvest Is Always Ripe Among Lost Sinners
Chapter 9 – God’s Way to Mass Revival
John Richard Rice (December 11, 1895 – December 29, 1980) was a Baptist evangelist and pastor and the founding editor of The Sword of the Lord, an influential fundamentalist newspaper.Read more on John R. Rice
Saved at age 12, joined Southern Baptist Church.
1916 entered Decatur Baptist College.
1918 Drafted into the Army.
1919 entered Baylor University.
Graduate school at the University of Chicago.
Worked at Pacific Garden Mission while in Chicago.
Entered Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Left seminary early taking assistant pastor in Plainview Texas
Took senior pastorate in Shamrock text.
1926 entered evangelism
Worked out of First Baptist Church under J. Frank Norris.
Broke with Southern Baptist Convention in 1927.
Helped "Fundamental Baptist" churches start in conjunction with Norris.
When Rice refused to bend to Norris's will, the older man threatened him and then viciously attacked him in print.
Rice's sermons were in the same sensationalism as Norris', for example, "The Dance--Child of the Brothel, Sister of Gambling and Drunkenness, Mother of Lust--Road to Hell!" and Diseased, Decaying Bodies with Undying Maggots and Unquenched Fire in Hell"
The specific focus of Rice was that churches are not to take care of Christians but to win souls i.e. evangelism.
Since Rice followed this thought, he spent much time away preaching in other churches that in his own church, and they staged a coup.
In 1934 Rice started the Sword of the Lord, a bi-weekly publication to influence Fundamental Baptists.
1940 Rice reenter evangelism.
Perhaps his most popular books were Prayer--Asking and Receiving (1942) and The Home: Courtship, Marriage, and Children (1945). Rice also wrote commentaries on books of the Bible, and he attacked humanism, worldliness (especially movies and dancing), evolution, fraternal lodges, and the Southern Baptist Convention. A special target was religious liberalism.
Evangelism conferences - In 1945 Rice organized Sword of the Lord Conferences.
Many churches looked to Rice and his inclusion of evangelists as approval of sorts.
Dr. John R. Rice's We can have revival now sermons is a theWord module with 9 sermons on different topics of revival for the church today. Version 1 was lost, and this is its recreated replacement. This also has new formatting.
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April 15, 2020
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