This week’s post is the first sermon given at a meeting at the Rice Road church of Christ on Wednesday, October 16th, 2013.
Jesus was a carpenter by trade and many of His teachings relate to His experience earning a living in this world as a craftsman. We hope you enjoy this wonderful sermon by evangelist Billy Dickinson!
Today’s post is an audio only sermon by brother Don King about the goodness and severity of God. We hope you enjoy!
Therefore consider the goodness and severity of God: on those who fell, severity; but toward you, goodness,if you continue in His goodness. Otherwise you also will be cut off. Romans 11:22
This week’s sermon concerns the process of becoming a Christian. Does one simply believe themselves into Christ? Or is there more necessary? What does the scripture say? We hope you enjoy this tent meeting sermon by evangelist Clint De France.
And he took them the same hour of the night and washed their stripes. And immediately he and all his family were baptized. Acts 16:33
How difficult is it to enter into Heaven? What did Jesus say during His ministry about the numbers of people who will enter through the straight gate? Today’s post is a truly amazing sermon by evangelist Kevin Presley that uses the scripture to answer these questions. We hope you will listen!
The extent to which Jesus physically suffered on the cross is magnified by His pitful whimper, “I thirst.” His words do not simply constitute one of the grand understatements of scripture, they also demonstrate the emptying He endured when He took upon Himself a mortal frame. In this sermon, Clint De France shows how the suffering of Christ left Him parched, desiccated, and arid.
Today’s post is another sermon from the 2013 Wichita Young People’s Meeting. Today’s speaker is young Noah Howard with a sermon about the thief on the cross. We encourage you to listen!
Today we begin to post sermons from the 2013 Wichita Young People’s Meeting. This exciting meeting just concluded and we will post 2 sermons per week. Today we begin with evangelist Clint De France’s introduction to the meeting and brother Aaron Boone’s sermon entitled ‘Forgiveness at the Cross.’ We hope you enjoy and stay tuned for more sermons!
Today’s sermon is the hallowed ground of Psalm 22 which Christians should approach with great awe and reverence. Brother De France teaches how this ancient Psalm prophesied of the death of our Lord Jesus Christ on the cross centuries before the Messiah walked the earth.
Today’s post is a marvelous sermon about a remarkable day in the history of the world when God stopped the sun in its path:
Then Joshua spoke to the Lord in the day when the Lord delivered up the Amorites before the children of Israel, and he said in the sight of Israel:
“Sun, stand still over Gibeon; And Moon, in the Valley of Aijalon.” So the sun stood still,And the moon stopped, Till the people had revenge Upon their enemies.
Is this not written in the Book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and did not hasten to go down for about a whole day. And there has been no day like that, before it or after it, that the Lord heeded the voice of a man; for the Lord fought for Israel. (Joshua 10:12-14)
January 22, 2013 marked 40 years of legal “abortion on demand” in the United States. This sentence sounds so sterile and scientific that the offensiveness of it is lost on many of us. In plainer speech, in the last 40 years over 55 million unborn babies have been brutally murdered with the general consent of our society. The effect this brutality has had on Americans can hardly be measured. Please listen to this presentation with and open heart and an open Bible. Our hope is that this will constitute one further step toward softening the calcified hearts of modern Americans to the most horrendous violence ever seen in the history of the world!
Today we post the Q&A session that followed the sermon by Ronny Wade about Restoration slogans.
Today we post evangelist Ronny Wade’s study on the slogans of the Restoration movement. He focuses on “In Doctrine, Unity; In Opinion, Liberty; In All Things, Charity” and considers whether such slogans are scriptural and appropriate for Christians to use.
Many in our disparate and inharmonious society advance the contention that we cannot all understand the Bible alike. Therefore, they declare, the truth is ambiguous and variant for each person. Like Pilate, they defiantly challenge scripture by asking ‘What is truth?’ We hope you enjoy evangelist Billy Dickinson’s fantastic sermon about why God commands and even demands that His followers unify on the doctrines of scripture.
Today’s post is the Question and Answer session that followed Billy’s presentation. Below you will find the audio links to listen to the discussion about unity in God’s word:
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!