Martyn Lloyd-Jones was possibly the greatest preacher of the 20th Century and is known for, one thing being, his pastoral ministry at Westminister Chapel in London, England, from 1939 to 1968. He has had a big impact on me. A great resource is the MLJ Trust (mljtrust.org). You can listen to many sermons from this website, all for free, as well as learn more about him. You may want to start listening to the “Spiritual Depression” sermons, messages covering difficulties that Christians face. Like any resource I may speak about or recommend, in any form or any where, just because I recommend it doesn’t mean I agree with ever thing that is taught, but with that said, I highly recommend the ministry of Martyn Lloyd-Jones, and I am so thankful for what his ministry has meant to me.
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