Tongue Speaking MP3 Sermon
Are you confused about the topic of ‘tongue speaking’ in the scripture? If you are, you will find today’s post by evangelist Roger Boone very informative.
Today (Friday the 17th) we post the Question and Answer session that followed Roger Boone’s sermon. We hope you enjoy this audio file (we apologize that video is not available)!
In this informative sermon from the Mid-Missouri 2013 Study, evangelist Clint De France tackles the difficult subject of racism. Here is a quote from the lession:
We make a great mistake, in fact we make a terrible sin when we draw borders on God’s love and acceptance that He has not drawn. That’s exactly whats happening when any Christian allows another person’s skin color to affect the way we look at them or judge their worth… Race is a myth. It is a false distinction! … Racism is real, but ‘race’ is not!
There are a variety of views among Christians in the Lord’s church (and religious denominations) regarding the correct relationship between Christianity and environmentalism. Does the Bible teach the concept of ‘green Christianity?’ Evangelist Shahe Gergian tackles this challenging issue in today’s sermon from the 2013 Mid-MO Study. We hope you listen and learn from this study!
Today is the third presentation from the 2013 Mid-MO Study: Smith Bibens and a faith building look at how we got the Bible. Please enjoy!
In today’s Friday Follow Up, evangelist Clint De France addresses the subject of ‘Litigation Among Believers.’
For the 2013 Mid-MO study, evangelist Mike Criswell was assigned the difficult task of explaining the Apostle Paul’s teaching on Christians taking one another to law as taught in 1 Corinthians 6. Though the elders of the host congregation (the Rice Road church of Christ in Columbia, MO) did not agree with some of Mike’s conclusions, the Christian Landmark encourages all Bible students to listen to Mike’s sermon and study the issue for yourselves.
On Wednesday we will post the Q&A session that followed Mike’s presentation which raises some of the areas of differing opinion. On Friday, evangelist Clint De France will write a follow-up article.
As a followup to Jerry’s sermon, please take some time to listen to one of the great preachers of the 20th century and his masterful exposition on the subject of the Mosaic tabernacle. You won’t be disappointed! Here is an excerpt:
“Any departure from God’s order was punishable by death! Physical death! Do you think that is important? Do you think that is noteworthy? Well I say tonight that if it was important back yonder in this tabernacle that was carnal how much more is it important tonight that men do not touch the holy things in God’s tabernacle and seek to change, seek to alter, seek to mock! If it was punishable by physical death back there I have to believe that God’s going to meet out a spiritual punishment to men who tamper with things divine in His tabernacle in this day, if you please!”
Today we post the Mid-Missouri study on the tabernacle presented by evangelist Jerry Dickinson who said: “God tells Moses over and over again, you be sure that you make everything according to the pattern… there are 14 chapters in the book of Exodus where God goes into great detail -meticulous detail- about the tabernacle! It is a pattern, not just for their worship and their approach to God, but it is a pattern for the church, it is a picture!”
According to all that I show you, that is, the pattern of the tabernacle and the pattern of all its furnishings, just so you shall make it. (The New King James Version Exodus 25:9).
On one hill stood John Calvin who wrote: “…we must cling to this principle: God’s glory is corrupted by an impious falsehood whenever any form is attached to Him (Institutes 1.11.1).” Standing opposed to Calvin stood Martin Luther who wrote: “What is forbidden…is the adoration and not the making of images…one can have or make images, but one should not adore them (Sergiusz Michalski The Reformation and the Visual Arts: The Protestant image question in Western and Eastern Europe).”
Who is right? Should Christians make and use images in worship as Luther, Roman Catholics, and some wings of Protestantism teach? Or, should Christians emulate Calvin and cast all such man-made images aside? Only God’s word will provide the answer!
Evangelist Clint De France tackles this question to find what the New Testament teaches in the first sermon from the 2013 Mid-MO study.
In 2011, the Rice Road Church of Christ decided to set aside a week in the middle of March for a time of Bible study. They invited ten preachers from around the country to gather together and present sermons on ten different lofty and challenging subjects from God’s word.
In 2013, this “Mid-MO Study” enjoyed its third year. Brethren from various parts of the United States converged upon Columbia, MO to listen to and discus ten more challenging topics. From Jerry Dickinson’s beautiful presentation on the typology of the Tabernacle, to Clint De France’s sermon on the emotionally charged subject of racism, to Ronny Wade’s insightful consideration of a very popular slogan of the American Restoration Movement, each and every sermon was delivered with great care and careful study.
In the coming weeks and months Christian Landmark will have the distinct honor of posting the audio and HD video recordings of these ten sermons, and the Q&A discussion that followed each of them. Spread the word and please enjoy this trailer.
On March 13th, 2013, the Roman Catholic College of Cardinals elected Archbishop and Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Bishop of Rome. In his new position the Pope will serve as supreme leader and head of approximately 1.5 billion Catholics.
Here at Christian Landmark we have one simple question concerning the papaacy: “By what authority do you do these things?”
In this sermon, evangelist Clint De France searches the scriptures in an effort to determine what the Bible has to say about the position of the Pope.
More and more the Philistines of infidelity are sending out their “Goliath” theories and philosophies to taunt and intimidate the world of believers. With supportive quotations from a plethora of PHD’s and Professors, theories so complex that they must be described using only eight syllable words are set before the common Christian with the intention of dumbfounding them into disbelief.
Sadly, from time to time this dreadful tactic works wonders by convincing concerned Christians that only fools and backwoods hillbilly’s believe the Bible. Higher criticism, alleged interpolations, genetics, evolution and such like are fields of battle too high above the expertise of the average church-goer and beyond that the average preacher! But as no one wants to be thought a fool, many Christians will buckle under and give way to the daunting force of Academia and blindly accept that which they do not comprehend.
Today’s sermon by evangelist Clint De France confronts these issues with college students particularly in mind. We hope that you are blessed by listening.
Today’s sermon is by evangelist Ronny Wade:
If anyone among you thinks he is religious, and does not bridle his tongue but deceives his own heart, this one’s religion is useless. Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world. (James 1:26-27).
Today we are thrilled to present a second interview with one of our seasoned preachers of the Gospel, Evangelist Bennie Cryer.
Our last interview with brother Paul Nichols proved to be well received by all viewers and we trust that this will be no different. We encourage you to take the time to sit at the feet of this good man and great servant of God and the Kingdom of His Dear Son.
A world traveller, an erudite student of the Bible worthy of the title “scholar” in our day, a fine Christian example and one well-acquainted with the trials and the blessings of a life lived for God, brother Cryer’s words will surely be a treasure to all who will listen. We thank him for his time and hope you enjoy this production.
– Clint De France
What is hardest to believe in the Bible? That God created the universe in six days? That a man was swallowed by a fish and lived to tell about it? That the Red Sea was divided and men walked through on dry land? Or perhaps that a virgin conceived and gave birth? Evangelist Clint Defrance addresses this question in today’s sermon from the Dothan New Year’s Meeting.
Today we present Friday night’s service at the Oklahoma New Year’s Meeting with evangelists Matt Trent, Doug Edwards, and Jimmy Cating. More sermons to follow!
In today’s sermon, evangelist Clint De France says: “So yes, although it takes eyes of faith and maturity and wisdom to see it, when you look beyond the temporary and the illusory, what Jesus teaches and demands is a good idea. It is the best idea–it is the best that 10000 worlds could offer!”