David Wilkerson: A Call To Anguish. AUDIO STREAM. Topic: Bravehearted Christian. SHOW NOTES. The Bravehearted Voices Podcast is brought to you by the. David Ray Wilkerson (May 19, – April 27, ) was an American Christian evangelist, Wilkerson’s widely distributed sermons, such as “A Call to Anguish”, are known for being direct and frank against apostasy and serious about. Listen to A Call to Anguish by David Wilkerson from the SermonIndex podcast on the FaithPlay app.

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Gwendolyn Wilkerson died a year later, on July 5, from cancerat the age of Archived from the original on May 7, Because HE has withdrawn Himself from them. InWilkerson moved his ministry headquarters to Lindale, Texas.

David Wilkerson

I had such a anguisg of anguish as I encountered teaching and preaching just as you desribed,I seemingly have wandared from place to place to seek out and find the answer to this and I am weary with anguish yet on fire with a strong burning desire planted deep in me to learn. I really can’t recommend any other messages that will impact yo as much on SermonIndex.

Major cities all across America will experience riots and blazing fires”. We’re just Holy Ghost people believing this book [The Bible]. But how do you download it??

Holy Spirit convict us and change us. Listening to the Holy Ghost burden on wilkerson is almost unbearable. When you spoke in this message about the depths of anguish, it helped me so very much to understand that this was truly God’s heart moving through me. Archived from the original on He entered the room and asked the judge for permission to tell them something, but the judge ejected him.


A Call To Anguish (Text Transcription) – Sermon Index

I’ve resisted the call to anguish. Wilkerson claimed to have received a vision in regarding the future of the United States, subsequently published in a book called The Vision.

Nicky wilkersln been the leader of the ” Mau Maus ” gang, and he and his friend Israel Narvaez became Christians after hearing Wilkerson preach.

Is there whole message as a text somewhere? This sermon was incredible, I listened to it in December and it wilksrson strikes me just thinking about it. I will not comprimise truth. I have never heard God speak through a human being as He did through David Wilkerson in this message.

I know truly we live in a generation unlike any before this great perilous time in church age!! Promoting Genuine Biblical Revival.

One can almost here the voice of God as David speaks about God’s anguish for those who do not know God in these Last Days and are consequently perishing in sin. There’s absolutely NO window-dressing or fluff here – this is a soul-hot exhortation for brokeness in the Body. How many of us are willing to pay this kind of price to see our city, willkerson, world come to the Savior?


Wilkerson did not preach in the name of any specific denomination. Jesus does not force his will on us, but he loves us so much that He came to dies on the cross for our sins so that, by choice, we can be drawn to himself.

David Wilkerson: A Call To Anguish

The church first occupied rented auditoriums in Times Square Town Hall and the Nederlander Theaterbefore moving to the historic Mark Hellinger Theatre inin which it has operated ever since. Wilkerson tried to avoid categorizing Christians into distinct groups according wilkerdon the denomination to which they belong.

This is probably one of the most needed messages in the church today.

This message is so powerful. The school was affiliated davif the Assemblies of God. I have been so concerned with winning other lost souls to Christ that I have neglected a daily intercession in anguish over these precious souls bound for an eternity of torment. So you won’t labor in prayer anymore, you won’t weep before God anymore.

I see now why I’ve had some of the struggles I’ve had I think Wilkerson clearly brings forth the missing ingredient for what so many of us are missing in ministry–anguish. My life has not been the same after hearing this message.