These sermons are expository lectures proclaimed by Bible scholars that are not only Gospel preachers but most are also college professors with Doctorate Degrees. For the last twenty five years we have recorded these wonderful sermons. With this Podcast we hope to share these sermons for your edification.
Our podcast this week is an interesting sermon about the fact that "no man is an island" but rather we all share with each other and depend on each other. We have all shared in the feelings that others have felt at one time or another. Thaxter Dickey uses the experiences of the apostle Peter to demonstrate.
The podcast this week is taken from the archived sermons at Antioch. The sermon is presented by Shane Scott and was recorded on February 3rd, 1991. We all quickly admit that we should do more bible study but the interesting thing about this sermon is how Shane discounts all the excuses we use for not studying and emphasizes it's importance.
Are you trying to be a good person? Even better, are you trying to be a good Christian? Most of us would probably answer yes. Now the next question: Does it seem like an uphill battle sometimes? Sure it does! The sermon for this week's podcast is a sermon by David McClister where he shows us with God's word how we can gain the strength to keep fighting the good fight.
Speaker: David McClister Recorded: September 18, 2005
Have you prayed about something you were struggling with, but as of now you have not received an answer? Have you been hesitant to "bother" God about your problem because you think His answer was no?
If you answered yes to those questions, you not only should, but need to listen to this wonderful sermon that was presented by the late Phil Roberts back in 1996. This sermon provides an insight from God's word that will encourage you to keep praying.
Recorded by: Phil Roberts Date Recorded: September 8, 1996