Friday, August 22nd, Jesus The Bridegroom
Shahe Gergian, “God and His Bride” MP3 Link
Noah Howard, “The Bride and the Bridegroom” MP3 Link
Austin McConnell, “For I Have Betrothed You To One Husband” MP3 Link
Saturday, August 23rd Ephesians 5, Christ and His Bride
Matthew Barnes, “Christ is the Head of the Church” MP3 Link
Jeremy Hykel, “Christ loved the Church and Gave Himself For Her” MP3 Link
Jared Wilson, “The Washing of Water By The Word” MP3 Link
Eric Cox, “Holy and Without Blemish” MP3 Link
Lord’s Day, August 24th
Shahe Gergian, “The Marriage of The Lamb” MP3 Link
Today’s post is a sermon on growing in Christ from 2 Peter 1:10: “If you do these things you shall never fall…” The man-made doctrine of ‘once saved always saved’ is a false doctrine and this section of scripture is just one of the places where Calvin’s demonic doctrine is discredited and disproved.
The Bible teaches that because of sin man cast out of the good graces of God. How can man be made right in the sight of God? Evangelist Joe Hisle retells the greatest story ever told. Listen and thrill your heart with the glorious gospel of God’s grace to us.
In this sermon evangelist Joe Hisle addresses some ‘strange’ teachings of the modern denominational world.
(As a technical note to this sermon, the audio dramatically improves around 5 1/2 minutes into the sermon. As God’s word teaches, if you persevere and persist, you will be rewarded!)
If you had died last night, what would be on your mind? Would it be TV shows, making money, taking college classes, or playing video games? Perhaps you might be concerned with marriage and buying a home? In this sermon by evangelist Joe Hisle we learn that the seemingly important trivia of this life fade into obscurity when a soul passes into the afterlife. Joe entreats us to have hyperacute spiritual vision now—while there is still time to make changes that will please our God.
Today we post an edifying and challenging sermon by evangelist Greg Gay. In this sermon we learn that as Christians we don’t have a temporary relationship with our Lord. Our bond with God is abiding, it is durable, it is eternal!
Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord. 1 Corinthians 15:58
Today we post the Q&A session that followed evangelist Greg Gay’s insightful presentation on the restoration and post-modernism.
Today we post evangelist Greg Gay’s amazing sermon on the history of philosophy, religious restoration, and post-modernism. Greg concisely sums up the current situation and shines light on the reason people reject absolute truth in today’s culture. How can we as Christians best counteract the effect that man’s thinking has on the Lord’s church in the 21st century? We hope you will listen.
Today we post the Q&A session that followed evangelist Roger Boone’s presentation on ‘Restoring Primitive Christianity.’
Is there a Divine standard of church order to which Christians must subscribe? Many passages command the servant of God to ‘keep the traditions’ and ‘follow the example.’ Roger Boone addresses this issue and considers the all-important topic of restoring God’s perfect and wondrous church of Christ.
The grass withers,and its flower falls away, but the word of the Lord endures forever. (1 Peter 1:24-25)
Today’s post is a fascinating analysis of the prophecy of Daniel’s 70-weeks found in Daniel chapter nine. Evangelist Jerry Dickinson gives a gripping and insightful look into the prophecy which gives the believer ever more reason to believe in the power and majesty of God.
Today’s post is a sermon discussing an issue that many believers find confusing and mysterious. What is the baptism of the Holy Spirit and is it replicated today? Evangelist Glen Osburn tackles this subject in this enlightening sermon which we hope you will enjoy!
From the very beginning in Genesis 3 when God clothed a naked Adam and Eve in ‘tunics,’ the Bible conveys the notion of ‘modesty.’ Despite the fact that our culture has wholesale abandoned this concept, it is incumbent upon God-fearers to be humble and introspective about the subject of modest dress. Evangelist Douglas Hawkins approaches this subject in our post today and seeks to demonstrate God’s will in the matter of Christian dress. We hope you will listen.
Social societies like lodges, fraternities, and sororities have been around for hundreds, even thousands of years, and many young people today are convinced that in order to get ahead in life, networking with these types of groups is a necessity. In this sermon from evangelist Bruce Roebuck, the question of Christian membership in such organizations is considered.
The Dead Sea Scrolls, a collection of thousands of scroll and scroll fragments, have been described by some archaeologists as “the greatest archaeological find of modern times.”
In this sermon evangelist Shahe Gergian takes a close look at the importance of the scrolls to Christianity and our faith as believers.
What were the “love feasts” spoken of in scripture (Jude 1:12)? Was there a common meal before the Lord’s supper in the early church? Evangelist Clint De France tackles this difficult scriptural issue in this sermon given at the 2014 Mid-Missouri Bible Study.
Today’s post is evangelist Smith Biben’s compelling and informative sermon on the thief on the cross. If you grapple with the denominational doctrine that the thief was saved by ‘faith alone,’ you should listen to this scriptural sermon!
Today’s post is the question and answer session which followed evangelist Mike Criswell’s sermon on the ‘Fatherhood of God and Brotherhood of Man.’
In this first presentation from the 2014 Mid-MO Study, Evangelist Mike Criswell considers terminology which has been popular amongst the advocates of broad ecumenicalism – the idea the God is the universal Father of all, and that all men are brothers.
The 2014 Bible Study at the Rice Road church of Christ was a great success and well attended this year. We hope you enjoy our trailer and upcoming videos!