"Who Is Fit To Dwell In The House Of The Lord?" - The sermon for this week is a continuation of Thaxter Dickey's series about questions in the bible. The lessons learned from this question and the applications for each of us make this a very interesting sermon!
"What Does The Lord Require Of You?" - This is a question where there is no variance, there are no "maybes" and a question important to your eternal realities! Thaxter Dickey is using a list of questions as a method of teaching God's word from all angles. Listen carefully and learn!
"How long will you hesitate between two opinions?" 1 Kings 18:21 This sermon by Thaxter Dickey is a continuation of a detailed study of questions in the bible. The question takes place and results in the great challenge on Mount Carmel.
Everything around us is everchanging. Everyone around us is everchanging. With nothing staying the same for an extended period of time, how can we remain stable ourselves and have a sense of dependability? With this sermon by Thaxter Dickey, he provides the answer!
When we study the Bible, we need to study the details and do our best to have a good understanding of all bible subjects. The lesson by Mike Maravilla is a lesson that helps us understand better the words of Jesus when He said: "Proclaim the Lord's Death".
"Did You Not Know That I Had To Be In My Father's House?" - With this lesson, Thaxter Dickey continues his series of Bible studies from the point of view of questions that were asked. This one is the interesting account of Jesus in Jerusalem as a young boy and His longing to be near God in the Temple. Thaxter also makes present-day applications of this account in the life of Jesus.
"Where Is Your Brother?" The lesson for this week returns to the Book of Genesis and another question asked by God. Thaxter Dickey provides us with an excellent look at our responsibilities as children of God and our relationships with our fellow Christians.
Why Are You Afraid? That's the question Jesus asked his disciples after He calmed the storm. What are we supposed to be afraid of? This series of lessons by Thaxter Dickey is an approach to Bible study that has proven to be very profitable!
The sermon this week because of the approaching dangers of bad weather is based on a question from a little boy to his parents as he asks, "Will you keep me safe?" This is a sermon previously unpublished by the late Phil Roberts. In this sermon, he, of course, talks about even more dangers and reasons for which we should consider keeping our children safe.
"What Have You Done?" This lesson is part three of Thaxter Dickey's series of lessons about questions in the bible. He covers the question in proper context and he also covers how the question can apply to each of us. Download by right-clicking the title above and choosing "save" or listen now by clicking on the sermon title.
"Who told you?" - When God asked Adam this intriguing question, it was not because He didn't know. Very similar questions have been asked at other times in other places. Thaxter Dickey points them out and explains them.
"Where are you?" - With this week's Sermon Podcast we begin a new series of lessons by Thaxter Dickey about questions we find in the Bible and how those questions relate to each of us. Check back each week. There should be a new one posted no later than Wednesday of each week if possible.
Satan, or as he is also commonly known, the Devil, is without a doubt our adversary. The Devil is our enemy. In his attempts to hurt Jesus, he does everything he can to prevent us from making it to heaven. With this lesson by Gary Wilemon, we learn how we can fight against the devil and win!
Have you ever done anything wrong against another person? The answer is probably yes, but were you forgiven? On the other hand, have you ever been called upon to forgive someone who has wronged you? There are always questions about forgiveness and Gary Wilemon in this sermon answers several of them.
Everybody wants to be right regardless of the subject and, in most cases, nobody wants to be wrong or even have it pointed out when they've made a mistake. There are so many different doctrines, concepts, and rules that conflict with each other to the point that common sense tells us everybody can't be right.
With this sermon, Gary Wilemon has a great discussion about being right and how to share what is right with others who have made mistakes.
This week's sermon is another lesson about the greatest things in the bible. The greatest and most powerful words ever spoken was spoken on a certain day. This is an excellent sermon by Thaxter Dickey with an interesting approach!
The writer of Hebrews teaches us that without Faith it is impossible to please God. Throughout the Bible there are many examples. Which expression of Faith would you choose as being the greatest? In this sermon, Thaxter Dickey gives us his choice.
With this series of sermons by Thaxter Dickey about the best and worse in the bible, have you ever thought about who you think could be the greatest in God's Kingdom? That's the very question under consideration with this week's lesson. Find out what Jesus had as the answer.
The sermon this week, as we continue with Thaxter Dickey's series, is about the strangest miracle Jesus ever performed. Jesus performed many miracles and they were all for a reason and in most cases, for several reasons. This sermon is about the strange miracle we know as the unfruitful fig tree.
The sermon podcast this week is still another edition in the interesting series of studying the bible from the point of view as to the which things or people are the best or largest or most of any one of many things. Thaxter Dickey has done a wonderful job using this approach to bible study.
How often do you think about heaven? Are you actively and consciously doing things that will prepare you for heaven? We should all look forward to heaven. With this sermon Thaxter Dickey helps us understand the many reasons as to why we should look forward to our heavenly home.
The sermon we're posting today is a continuation of Thaxter Dickey's series of "The Most Of" in the bible. This has been a great way to study God's word and this sermon is just as informative as the other sermons in the collection. Give it a listen!
The sermon for this week is a continuation of sermons derived from superlatives such as the most, the largest or the best of things in the bible. This has proven to be a good approach to studying God's word. Thaxter Dickey discusses punishment, justice and the surety of it in this edition of his series.
I think we can all agree we should do our best to control our tempers but shouldn't we take it a step further and try, at least, to control our irritability? A "barometer", if I may, of how well we're doing in that area is to answer this question of how easily we're annoyed with things in our life, especially other people. This sermon by Gary Wilemon will help us take that measurement.
This week is the very first sermon preached at Antioch this year. Amid all the questions usually discussed at the time of year this sermon was preached, Thaxter Dickey has chosen to speak about the most foolish question in the bible.
Our Sermon Podcast this week is a sermon by Thaxter Dickey. He delivered the sermon on December 25th with this title but interestingly, he chooses a different day as being the most greatest day. This is a very interesting sermon about Jesus and His birth and places everything in proper perspective.
Our sermon for this week is by Gary Wilemon. It's a short but very practical sermon that gives examples and encouragement to make the right decisions. Do we always make the right decision? Of course not! Listen to this sermon as a motivation for making righteous decisions for our life.
The sermon this week is about the attitude people have towards the bible and things in the bible. Thaxter Dickey has been using this excellent method of looking at things in God's Word and it has proven to be very good studies.
This week we continue with Thaxter Dickey's series about people and things that are "the most of" in the bible. The lesson today is about the most double minded man in the bible. He's a person, like many of us, who had difficulty making up his mind concerning the things he needed to do.
The sermon for this week is a return to Thaxter Dickey's series on the best, the worst and a number of other superlatives we can use to describe bible characters and bible truths. While there are several possible candidates for the title, this sermon is about the most foolish man in the bible. Listen and learn how you can avoid being given that title by anyone.
There are many things that can be used to demonstrate the truth in God's Word. One of the best ones is the example of the potter as he molds the clay. Listen to this sermon and understand the application of this interesting example.
There were many many men in the bible that could have been candidates for this title - we chose one in the name of Job. Listen as Thaxter Dickey shares his knowledge of the bible as he explains this candidate for a very honorable title!
This week we continue with individuals and things in the bible which have been described as being the best or worst of a given characteristic. It's proving to be an excellent way to look at things in God's word from a different perspective. Listen as Thaxter Dickey continues his series of superlatives.
To be referred to by Jesus as being a Fox and understood to mean a sly Fox is not a compliment but rather a derogatory classification. Jesus made this reference to Herod. With this lesson Thaxter Dickey explains Herod's character and why Jesus referred to him in that manner.
Our sermon this week is by a guest speaker, Guy Warner. The sermon gives biblical examples of where humans, by their actions, have caused God to limit Himself where, if it were not for their actions, they would have received blessings. Are you that type of human?