Ten Shekels and a Shirt by Paris Reidhead (1919 – 1992)

About Paris Reidhead

This sermon is entitled Ten Shekels and a Shirt. It expresses the essential problem of humanism infiltrating the church to such a degree that our motivation for speaking to people has become skewed. Paris repeatedly makes the point that all that we do should be for the glory of God. This sermon has been called by many one of the most influential sermons of the 20th century. Paris emphasizes the holiness of God, the sinfulness of man, and the incredible grace that God has made available to those who truly repent. He is very keen to expose false motives in living the Christian life.

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