Times Square Church – Sermons by David Wilkerson, Carter Conlon, Patrick Pierre, William Carrol, Teresa Conlon, Ben Crandall. A Call to Anguish. By David. David Ray Wilkerson (May 19, – April 27, ) was an American Christian evangelist, Wilkerson’s widely distributed sermons, such as “A Call to Anguish”, are known for being direct and frank against apostasy and serious about. David Wilkerson: A Call To Anguish. AUDIO STREAM. Topic: Bravehearted Christian. SHOW NOTES. The Bravehearted Voices Podcast is brought to you by the.

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Is there whole message as a caall somewhere? People are seeking places where smooth messages are being preached. The book became a best-sellerwith over 50 million copies in over thirty languages, and is included in Christianity Today ‘ s “Top 50 Books That Have Shaped Evangelicals”.

Oh, that the Holy Spirit would convict those who hear this message, because this is what Christianity is all about. I know to some that this would be like a slap in the face. I asked God if there were others who were experiencing this,God answered me through you. So you won’t labor in prayer anymore, you won’t angiish before God anymore.

If only there were more men of God like David Wilkerson! InWilkerson began Youth Crusades, an evangelistic ministry aimed at teenagers whom Wilkerson called “goodniks”—middle-class youth who were restless and bored.


This is probably one of the most needed messages in the church today.

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Thank you for this powerful words to cause a hunger and a yearning to rise deep within. If it doesn’t drop you to your knees, I really don’t know what will. The holy Spirit is faithful in He pours out the grace that I feel such a desire for the truth cakl personnal conviction and desire for praying and His word.

According to Wilkerson’s own testimony, he was baptized with the Holy Spirit at the age of eight. He entered the room and asked the judge for permission to tell them something, but the judge ejected him.

One can almost here the voice of God as David speaks about God’s anguish for those who do not know God in these Last Days and are consequently perishing in sin. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary wilkersson. But how do you download it?? Beware of Ambition by Chuck Smith. Such a spirit constitutes one of the major reasons for the fall of believers.

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This is the strongest sermon I have ever go to date. I love how the Spirit speaks thru Bro. I need to repent of my Lethargy and my plans and the little Bless me clubs that we have. Retrieved from ” https: I feel that this word is the basis for all service for the Lord. He was the founder of the addiction recovery program Teen Challengeand founding pastor of the non-denominational Times Square Church in New York City.


Great study on Nehemiah as a leader. I continue to feel something very cataclysmic is coming, I feel it, I have seen it in the spirit. He was the second son of a family of Pentecostal Christian preachers, wilerson he was raised in BarnesboroPennsylvaniain a house “full of Bibles “.

Holy Spirit convict us and change us. On March 7, Wilkerson posted a message to his personal blog titled ‘An Urgent Message’ where he re-stated an earlier davif he had made concerning New York city: Gwendolyn Wilkerson died a year later, on July 5, from cancerat the age of Archived from the original PDF on Thank you Jesus, thanks Greg.

I have met very fewvery few christians and have felt so alone in this walk besides the spririt of God, I have cried cal many times wondering where are you real invisible church that does not comprimise with the world. I have been so concerned with winning other lost souls to Christ that I have neglected a daily intercession in anguish over these precious souls bound for an eternity of torment.

God, I want your heart and burden!