Martyn Lloyd-Jones – Pensacola Sermons

by Jason Moore on July 29, 2010

Thank you to the The Martyn Lloyd-Jones Recordings Trust Web Site for making these available. All rights remain the property of The Martyn Lloyd-Jones Recordings Trust Web Site.


Here are nine sermons that Martyn Lloyd-Jones preached at the Pensacola Theological Institute in 1969, as part of his final visit to the USA.

These recordings were sent to us by John Schultz of Germantown, Tennessee (thanks again, John) and so we are making them available free of charge in MP3 format, having done what we can to enhance them.

The first was preached on Sunday morning, 17th August 1969, with Hurricane Camille threatening the area. Hence MLJ’s comment:-

“Now I shall condense as best I can, my exposition of this great statement!”


The second sermon was preached on the afternoon of that same Sunday, the meeting having been brought forward in view of the approaching storm. However, by that time it had become apparent that the worst of the hurricane was going to miss Pensacola.

There are some truly excellent sermons here. ‘Prayer’ seems a slightly unusual start to the series, but ‘The Acid Test’ is powerful, ‘A Picture of the Church’ is hard-hitting, ‘The Problem of Evangelism’ is a real gem, and from my point-of-view ‘How Shall We Escape?’ might be more appropriately titled: ‘So Great a Salvation’ – it’s a great sermon on a great salvation.

May God bless you greatly as you listen to these sermons.

1. Prayer (Hebrews 10:10-25)
2. The Acid Test of Christian Profession (2 Corinthians 4:17)
3. The Deep Things of God (1 Corinthians 2)
4. The Doctrine of the Church (Acts 2:42)
5. A Picture of the Church (Luke 24:25-27)
6. The Problem of Evangelism (1 Thessalonians 1:5 a)
7. How Shall We Escape? (Hebrews 2:1-4)
8. Revival of a Backslidden Church (Exodus 33)
9. The Narrow Way (Matthew 7:13-14)

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