Street meetings - Leonard Ravenhill





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Leonard Ravenhill is talking about the modern, acceptable gospel that is going around. It has been made as painless as possible in order to be seeker friendly and get many decisions. He says we need some hellfire preaching on repentance.

After Leonard Ravenhill's introduction, there are clips put together from open air preachers, preaching on sin, judgment, repentance and the good news of Jesus Christ.

Please check out these videos also:

The Shocking Youth Message (Paul Washer):

Are you really a Christian? (Todd Friel):


I have also included some pictures of evidence supporting the Biblical story of the exodus. They start at 6:42:

1. This is a map of the real exodus route. The traditionial Mount Sinai is located in the Sinai Peninsula, but has no real evidence to support it being the true Mount Sinai. The only reason people have thought so, is because a fortuneteller, named Saint Catherine, guessed this to be the mountain. Scientists has mostly ignored what Scripture says, and leaned on tradition instead. Galatians 4:25 says Mount Sinai is in Arabia.

2. This is a pillar on a huge beach area by the Red Sea. The inscriptions says it was erected by King Solomon, around 1000 BC, to commemorate the crossing of the Red Sea. There is a similar pillar on the other side of the sea.

3. This chariot wheel rests at the bottom of the sea (Exodus 15:4) and matches the wheels used by the 18th dynasty of Egypt. There is an underwater landbridge in this area, going down about 900 feet at its deepest (Exodus 14:29). The waters reaches depths of about 5000 feet to the sides of the landbridge.

4. Here is the split rock at Horeb, which God told Moses to smite, so water would come out for the people to drink (Exodus 17:6). It stands about 50 feet tall. There are strong erotion marks beneath the rock; the rocks have been washed smooth, and this is a desert area with nearly zero rainfall. There is a huge area beyond the rock, where all the water gathered, so the millions of people could drink from it.

5. The bottom of Jabal al Lawz, the real Mount Sinai. There's a guard house with a warning sign, and a fence going all around the mountain. The sign says this is an archaeological area, trespassing is unlawful and violators are subject to penalty.

6. These huge boulders form an altar, just below the mountain (Exodus 32:4-5).

7. A petroglyph of a golden calf, etched into one of the rocks forming the altar.

8. The top of Jabal al Lawz, with its scorched peak.
"And mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke, because the LORD descended upon it in fire: and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly." (Exodus 19:18).

9. One of the scorched rocks from the mountain top, split in two. It has a black crust on the outside, but the inside is pure granite, showing it is not volcanic.

The cave of Elijah is mentioned in 1. Kings 19:8-9. Jabal al Lawz has a cave on it, while the traditional Mount Sinai on the Sinai Peninsula has no cave on it.

There are huge amounts of archaeological finds proving the Bible is absolutely trustworthy, but the discovery of the real Mount Sinai may be the strongest of them.


For more information about the exodus, see:

The Exodus Revealed:

Kent Hovind on the Exodus:

Revealing God's Treasure - Red Sea Crossing:

Revealing God's Treasure - Mt. Sinai:



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