This is the last in a series of six lessons derived from the Old Testament book of Leviticus. Thaxter Dickey concludes this series with a very interesting lesson about the rules by which the Jews had to live and how those rules relate to us today.
Continuing with the Leviticus Lessons, Thaxter Dickey teaches an excellent lesson about consequences for sin. He uses as an example the account of justice applied as it was recorded in the book of Leviticus and then shows from God's word how the principle taught there applies to us today.
This week's sermon for our podcast is a lesson by Thaxter Dickey. This sermon is a discussion about the balance between love and obedience. There is a popular trend to emphasize love and tolerance while generalizing laws, rules and commandments. This lesson shows the importance of both.
One of the most misunderstood subjects by many people is a correct understanding of the Sabbath Day and related Old Testament regulations of the Jewish law. Thaxter Dickey effectively gives us the when, where and why of the Sabbath Law in this another lesson from the book of Leviticus.
When you speak of things that happened in bible times and are recorded in God's word, do you refer to them as bible stories or as the official accounts of things that actually happened? In this day and time of make believe and virtual worlds that are not reality, do you allow the lines to become blurred when thinking of things the bible has told us about?
This sermon podcast is presented by David Engel, a young college student and member of our country's military that has such an excellent understanding and grasp on the very same problems we all deal with in regard to needing a proper attitude toward God's revelation.
This sermon by Thaxter Dickey is a follow-up of last week's sermon. With this lesson he explains the importance of being holy. Dietary laws of the Old Testament was teaching the Jews something that even applies to our lives today!
The dietary laws in the Old Testament has been a mystery for many people. Thaxter Dickey, with this lesson, explains the real purpose of foods and other things that made them unclean. This is Part One of Two.
Today's sermon is a practical lesson about the inevitable circumstance of becoming an older person. The New Testament has some specific instructions for those of us that are considered the elderly. Listen as Gary Wilemon shares them with us.
Each individual is different but each individual still faces temptation. Some are strong in some areas of life and still others are strong in other ways. This sermon by Gary Wilemon is a practical lesson about how to fight against temptation and turn weakness into strength.
This sermon is a lesson of hope using the Apostle Peter as our example. Phil Roberts effectively causes his listeners to think about what Peter did, how he changed and what his example can mean for us.
This week's sermon is the third in a series by Thaxter Dickey teaching about the church, what it is and the organization of it as established by God in His word. This part of the series explains in common everyday terms the process by which God has determined the church should provide benevolence or physical help to those in need.
This sermon is presented by Thaxter Dickey and is the second sermon in a series. This sermon continues a study about the church. The church in a local sense is a spiritual family where members are close with each other and share with each other.
Since thousands of years ago when it was declared in the Old Testament even to this present time, the statement has remained true that says, "Cursed is the man that hangs on a tree." Whether you're hanging from a rope or hanging from nails through your hands, you have been cursed. This sermon by our beloved Phil Roberts explains why Jesus received that terrible curse and also explains what it should mean to each of us!
We would all agree, I'm sure, that if you want a complete understanding of any subject, you should always start with the basics and the background. With regard to "Church", this sermon by Thaxter Dickey provides those basics and the background needed for a deeper study of this important biblical subject. Hopefully soon we'll have a follow up to this lesson.
In the bible we are encouraged and even commanded to comfort each other. How nice it is to receive comfort during the trials of life that cause us so much pain both physically and emotionally. With this sermon, Thaxter Dickey teaches from the pages of God's word the importance of and the methods by which we should comfort each other.
We've all read the bible verse that says, "Go to the ant thou sluggard" and the bible assures us we can learn from the ant. With this sermon, Thaxter Dickey shares with us bible passages that teach us the value of things we may first think of as being insignificant.
I'm sure we've all heard the old hymn titled "Trust And Obey" before. It is, of course, necessary to trust but what if you trusted but failed to obey? This sermon by Gary Wilemon shows from the bible the importance of doing both.
When it came time for Joshua to take over for Moses, God told him to be strong and courageous! There are many times in our lives where we need encouragement. When we're facing challenges, this is just the lesson we need to hear!
This sermon is a verse by verse explanation of Psalms 127 as explained by Gary Wilemon. This Psalm teaches us about the necessity of having God guiding us for everything we build. The scripture points out that working long hours are not always the best thing to do. This sermon also serves to remind us of the value of children. An excellent lesson for all of us!
Are you going through a difficult time in your life? Many people are going through difficult times or in other words, perilous times. Have you been looking for the "silver lining"? This sermon by Thaxter Dickey is encouraging because it explains and gives examples of God taking things we recognize as bad and making them good!
Holding your child and bending down to lift that child up is the first thing we as fathers do for our children. It's great to be a father and it's great to have an opportunity to bend down and lift them up both physically and figuratively. This is an excellent Father's Day sermon by Gary Wilemon!
Are there things that make you feel small? That's the question we begin with as Gary Wilemon takes us along for an indepth study of the descriptions of the greatness of God. Let's never be accused attempting to contain God as if God was an idol. This is a sermon that will encourage you to praise God.
We all know it's impossible to actually steal God's power. It is, however, possible to do things, say things and live your life in a way that you waste God's power. Listen to this sermon about the power of God as delivered by Thaxter Dickey. Speaker: Thaxter Dickey Recorded: May 19, 2013
When Jesus was crucified and died on the cross, the people there witnessed a terrible event, an event in their lives that I'm sure they never forgot. The lesson in this podcast is a sermon by Gary Wilemon that investigates the amazing things that took place on that dreadful day of the death of Jesus.
I think I'm accurate when I say there's nothing closer to our hearts than our mothers are. The bible teaches ladies how to be influential mothers and expresses in many ways the importance of their place in the scheme of all things. Listen closely to this enlightening and encouraging sermon about motherhood.
This sermon praises Jesus by providing for us the many different ways that assert, from the bible, that Jesus really is Lord. This is a sermon by Thaxter Dickey and with this lesson he explains why Jesus should be the Lord of your life. Listen closely to this very uplifting sermon.
We have all read about the wonderful miracles in God's word. This lesson, by Gary Wilemon, discusses those types of miracles - but he also explains about a different kind of miracle. That kind of miracle is the miracle of change!
God knows everything. He knows things we can't know and, yes, He also knows our secrets. Our latest sermon podcast is a sermon by Thaxter Dickey. In this sermon he emphasizes the fact that God not only knows but He reveals the things that He wants us to know.
Moses lived a long and interesting life. Even beginning with the circumstances surrounding his birth, through everything that happened as he led the children of Israel out of Egypt. With this sermon, Thaxter Dickey chooses several examples for us as we learn from Moses how to live our lives in this world.
Jehovah is the living God but all others are imaginary. During the time of Elijah, there was a contest on Mount Carmel to prove God is real. With this sermon, Myke Morris explains this biblical account and gives the background of what happened that day.
We all know about the story of the Prodigal Son. This sermon though, is primarily about his older brother. Most of us can say we haven't wasted our inheritance but can we say we have never acted like the older brother of the prodigal son?
Listen carefully to this sermon by Thaxter Dickey and make the application where appropriate.
The title of this lesson is a quote from the New Testament. With this lesson, Gary Wilemon explains the meaning of this term "spiritual" as it applies to you and I. Listen and study along with Gary as he leads us through this important lesson.
When I was a child, I was afraid of the dark weren't you? There's a legitimate reason for that in addition to the spiritual implications of the phrase. With this excellent sermon Thaxter Dickey gives the biblical explanations and applications of this very important subject.
God created us and gave us the right of choice. Our choice, beginning with Eve, separated us from our creator. God loved His creation but to resolve the separation and allow a reconciliation and His perfection, justice had to prevail. A price had to be paid and God paid the price for us. God loved us, His creation, so much that He paid the debt with His only Son which He also loved with all His heart.
Thaxter Dickey describes God's love for His Son and for us with a vivid explanation that is very moving and clearly accurate. Listen carefully to this very important lesson about God, Jesus and their love for us.
"What is your name?" That's a question you've probably heard many times. The answer you give is , at least to you, very significant. Our names are used to distinguish us as well as to describe us. This week's podcast is a sermon by Gary Wilemon and he gives biblical examples and biblical explanations of names in the bible.
We each are given a choice. We have the opportunity to choose God's way or we can choose to have things our way instead. The fact that God has given all of mankind the right to choose is a great honor but given the opportunity to have things our way is a temptation we unfortunately all yield to.
Listen as Thaxter Dickey brings this important lesson about why we should always choose God's way.
There are probably more bible subjects than we can even imagine and many of the things we read about in the bible have great significance. Today's subject is one of the many that have great significance. Thorns were made into a painful crown for Jesus. Thorns were in the burning bush and many more instances. Listen as Thaxter Dickey teaches about biblical thorns.
In the bible we can read about all kinds of interesting things! One example is the true story of a man that became wild and even strong enough to break chains! He was possessed by not only one demon but a whole group of demons! This sermon not only tells that story but gives us the significance.