primitive baptists
primitive baptist ministers
make a donation
contact us
Download Featured Audio Clip

" What Picture Do You Have Of The Devil? "
  Sonny Pyles

photos/2-682932644.jpg Don't belittle the adversary, according to Elder Pyles. Both Jesus the Lord and Michael the Archangel respected Satan. He is a strong man. Listen to the entire message by choosing, "Satan - The Strong Man, Bethel Ch" Scriptures: Luke 11:21, Matthew 12:29.

Audio clip 10:50 minutes

Click to Download Sermon

Download Featured Sermon

" When Thou Art Converted, LK 22:32 "
  Irvin G. Heaven

photos/2-83832590.jpg Elder I.G. Heaven preaches and defines one of our favorite sermons on the topic of 'Conversion.' Preached 1980 at the Original Bear Creek Association.

He mentions many different aspects of which I will only name a few. That conversion is a mixture of faith and good works with respect to Christ. This seems to be his theme. His passion for the Word of God, the gospel and the importance of being obedient to the faith with respect to what pleases God, namely Christ, is his emphasis. And when we are thus perfected, we are the most profitable to the gospel church.

One point I enjoyed is when he makes use of our love for the heritage of our faith, but then adds..."what are we doing now?" Do we have preachers today? Do we have churches today? He mentions that we can’t be 'converted' listening to tapes. He stresses the importance of obedience in action.

He elaborates this subject in reference to national Israel, purging, (you'll love his experience using military soap), exercising our 5 spiritual senses, and many other analogies.

Elder Heaven preaches a great sermon. His love for Christ and his passion for the Word of God is manifested. It’s a clear recording and a very encouraging message for all the Lord's people.

Sermon is about 55 minutes.


Click to Download Sermon

Welcome to a library of Primitive Baptist sermons. Experience the "faith of our fathers" by listening to the preaching of many of our able ministers of yesteryear! E.D. Bryant, C.M. Mills , J.A. Monsees, Cecil Darity, C.E. Smith, Walter Evans, Leon Clevenger, Afton Richards, V.F. Lowrance, Harvey Daily, Manning Temples and many more!

We hope you will be blessed listening to the prerecorded sermons and encourage you to the study of God’s Word.

Download Featured Sermon

" Why Do Good People Suffer, 1976 "
  Sonny Pyles

photos/2-100619088.jpg How can we consider our afflictions, "light?" Suffering is a reality we must often endure. Who should we blame? Why do godly people suffer?

At the time of this sermon, Elder Pyles references a good man he knew who was suffering. He said, "There is something, to night, in my carnal, natural reasoning, that tells me that's not right." He referred to a once very able preacher and writer, J.D. Holder. "For 5 years in bed, mind gone, unable to communicate - like a vegetable."

In this sermon Elder Pyles speaks to the questions raised by Asaph in Psalms 73, in a sermon titled, "Why Do Good People Suffer?"

It is a lengthy sermon but full of Scripture on the subject of suffering, (Over 1 hour, 8 minutes.)

Some of the interesting points made in this sermon cover suffering in general, the difference between punishment and chastisement and our view points toward each. 2 extremes parents have in training children, 4 steps of blame, negatives and positives, Paul's thorn in the flesh, sufferings and glory - just to name a portion of relevant topics.

This sermon was preached at Eureka church in Georgia, 1976. (You will hear reference to then Pastor, Elder Raybon Lord.)

PBS Administration

Click to Download Sermon

about primitive baptists

Learn More About Primitive Baptists »

what’s new at

Please send all information, bios, updates to:

primitive baptist elder  

Elder James Compton (1905 - 2007)
Elder James Compton was the original founder of the 'Gospel of Grace Tape Supply.' His collection of tapes began as he traveled to Church meetings and Associations recording sermons on Reel to Reel. He has maintained this library of sermons faithfully over the years and are now the foundation of PB Sermons. org. This web site is dedicated to Elder James Compton (1905 - 2007)