"How shall we picture the kingdom of heaven?" - This is an interesting sermon by Thaxter Dickey as he explains an interesting question by Jesus. This question is almost as if Jesus is talking to himself out loud. Listen to the explanations.
"Do You Not Yet Understand?" - This week's sermon is another question by Jesus. After feeding the 5000 followers, Jesus seems frustrated with His disciples because they don't understand the meaning of the things Jesus had done. Thaxter Dickey explains to us what the disciples should have understood.
"What Did You Go Out To See?" - Our lesson this week preached by Thaxter Dickey is a continuation of questions from the bible asked by Jesus. Jesus faces the leaders of the Jews and asked them about their reasoning for listening to John the Baptist. Why do you or I listen to our preachers?
"When the Son of Man returns, will He find faith on earth?" - The sermon for this week is another sermon with a question from the Bible and is presented by Thaxter Dickey. This is a question asked by Jesus about Himself and what He will find when He returns.
"Where Could We Go?" - This is the follow up to last week's question in Great Bible Questions - Volume 33. When Jesus asked if His disciples were also going to leave Him, this was Peter's question back to Jesus. In this lesson, Thaxter Dickey explains and explores the reasons for Peter's reply. An interesting lesson for us all to consider!
"You don't want to go away also, do you?" - This sermon by Thaxter Dickey is another lesson in a long series of lessons that use questions as the source. Jesus asked many questions and each one had important implications. Listen and apply!
Our sermon this week is by a guest speaker. Mike Maravilla gives us a detailed sermon on the subject of judging others, the reason for doing it and the importance of making honest and fair judgments. Listen closely to this important lesson.
"Who Touched Me?" - That's today's question asked by Jesus. We all remember the account of the woman who needed healing and how she was healed just by touching the hem of his garment. With this sermon, Thaxter explores this incident found in the New Testament!
Our lives and how they turn out can be influenced by so many things. With that said, however, we may be surprised by how much the choices we ourselves make can control how our lives turn out! What is the hand you've been dealt and how are you dealing with it?
Our sermon this week is by Gary Wilemon. Gary explains, using an interesting story, how Jesus is like a master locksmith and how Jesus unlocks our hearts. Have you placed your heart on "lockdown"? Jesus can unlock it!
"Where Are The Nine?" - Our sermon podcast this week by Thaxter Dickey covers the account of Jesus healing the ten individuals with Leprosy. This question shows the disappointment of Jesus because nine out of ten who were healed did not so much as to say thanks! Are you a thankful person?
Our Sermon Podcast this week is a sermon by Gary Wilemon. This sermon is all about doing the most important things in your life first and placing the proper priority on them. Your life needs a good foundation and that can only happen when you put first things first.
"Who Do You Say That I Am?" - Thaxter Dickey continues with his long series about questions in the bible that were asked by God and also by Jesus. Explaining this question by Jesus gives an opportunity for us to learn the very important details about Jesus!
Phil Roberts, almost ten years before he faced cancer and left this life, shared with us his favorite book of the bible which is Habakkuk. Understanding this book and how to apply it to his life when he was young, I trust, also helped him through what he faced at the end. If we will listen carefully and learn how to apply it to our lives, we will be able to face whatever we must face.
This week we have a guest speaker for our Sermon Podcast for the congregation of Christians at Antioch. Jason Dickey is Thaxter Dickey's son and we are all proud of him and his wonderful family. Jason presents a sermon about the important areas of pure religion. Please listen to this encouraging young man.
"Did you not know I must be in my Father's house?" - Every question asked by Jesus had not only an importance for them of that day but also has an importance for all of us. Thaxter Dickey has used this series of sermons to cover a range of bible subjects which are informative, encouraging and inspirational!
Most people would agree with the statement: "The way we talk defines us!" God through His Word teaches us about the importance of being careful with our speech. With this lesson, Gary Wilemon not only helps us understand the verses where the subject is covered but he does it in a very interesting way!
"What Will A Man Give In Exchange For His Soul?" - This is another question by Jesus and a very sobering question at that. We work hard for the things we have but there is a danger for "things" to have too much value to us. This is an excellent sermon that we all need to hear!
"Which is easier, to forgive the paralytic or to say take up thy bed and walk?" Our sermon this week returns to the long-running series by Thaxter Dickey. Our 23rd question covers a question asked by Jesus when the scribes accused Him of blaspheming. Listen carefully to this excellent lesson!
This is a sermon by Gary Wilemon. He covers a very important group of subjects that will help us draw closer to God and help us identify things in our lives that weigh us down. Listen closely and draw closer to God and heaven.
"How Can Tasteless Salt Become Salty Again?" This sermon by Thaxter Dickey is a continuation of a series about questions by God and Jesus. This sermon is everything you always wanted to know about salt and more including the spiritual meaning as well!
"Why Are You Sleeping?" - This is the question of the week. This question was asked by Jesus in the garden where He prayed and found His disciples sleeping instead of watching out. This lesson is by Thaxter Dickey and he teaches about sleep, laziness and several other related subjects.
This week we continue with Thaxter Dickey's extensive series about bible questions asked by God and by Jesus. In an interesting way, Thaxter explains not only what the question meant to those who heard it but, especially important to us, how these questions impact us! Listen to this great lesson!
Our sermon this week is by Gary Wilemon. This is a very interesting and important lesson about how God was worshiped, how He is worshiped even now and Gary draws from those things to explain how we should worship.
"What Are You Doing More Than Others?" With this sermon, Thaxter Dickey covers another interesting question. Today's question is, of course, by Jesus and it not only applies to the individuals He was speaking to but also includes us!
"Who, by being worried, can add a single hour to your life?" - This lesson by Thaxter Dickey is all about worry or anxiety and why we should not have it in our lives. This, of course, is easier said than done but with faith in Jesus, anything is possible!
"Why Do You Call Me Good?" - This is the question for this week's Sermon Podcast as Thaxter Dickey continues his extensive series about questions from Jesus in God's Word. This question is, of course, the question Jesus asked the young man we refer to as The Rich Young Ruler. Listen as Thaxter explains the ramifications and applications of this questions as it applies to each of us.
King David had confidence when facing Goliath but Peter had overconfidence when defending his determination to be loyal to Jesus. With this lesson, Gary Wilemon explains and gives warnings about our confidence.
"Do You Love Me?" - This is the question under consideration with this lesson and is the question asked by Jesus of Peter after the resurrection. Learn the significance of this question and let's ask ourselves the same question.
"Do You Wish To Get Well?" - Jesus had compassion for the sick and disabled. He healed to show He also had the power to forgive sin. With this sermon, Thaxter Dickey continues his series about great bible questions.
"What Do I Have To Do With You?" - Jesus asked his mother this question and we often wonder why and what exactly did he mean. Thaxter Dickey continues his series of lessons and discusses this question. What are the possible implications?