Session from recent Former Catholics for Christ Conference: “The Marriage Feast” by Cecil Andrews

Last week, I posted one of the talks given at the recent Former Catholics for Christ Conference; “Evangelizing Catholics” by Mike Gendron. See here. Today, I’m posting another sermon from the conference; “The Marriage Feast,” given by Cecil Andrews which was presented on Sunday evening, May 19th.

This sermon by brother Andrews isn’t specifically about the Roman Catholic lost, but is a general evangelistic sermon about the marriage feast of the Lord that everyone is bid to come to, but few accept the invitation (Matthew 22:1-14).

 

 

The website for Take Heed Ministries, Cecil Andrews’ apologetics ministry, can be accessed below:

Take Heed Ministries

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Postscript: Praise God! Great news! I was able to find videos of all eight sessions of the Former Catholics for Christ Conference and will be posting them soon.

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12 thoughts on “Session from recent Former Catholics for Christ Conference: “The Marriage Feast” by Cecil Andrews

    1. Thanks, Wally. I was blessed by the message and for some reason a sermon by good preacher with an Irish/English/Scottish brogue is a nice change of pace. Maybe I listen a little bit harder because the English is different.

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    1. Thanks! Yes, it’s much needed. Today I just happened to find all of the videos from the conference (yahoo!) so I’m putting my queued posts on hold and I’m going to post one video per day for the next eight days.

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  1. It has never occurred to me that my tracts are “an invitation to come to the Marriage Supper”. How cool! I’m thrilled that both Mike Gendron and Cecil Andrews hold tract ministries in high regard. Thanks for both of these downloads, Tom Both were fantastic!

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    1. Thanks, Hope! I’m so glad you were blessed by the audio downloads! I’m also happy that today I stumbled upon videos of all eight sessions of the conference which I’ll be posting over the next eight days (after I listen to each of them 🙂).

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