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.
There are times in our life when pressure and overload can cause us to have a lack of patience. Patience and long suffering is a characteristic we strive to have in our effort to live Godly lives. Our podcast this week is a sermon from 2001 by Phil Roberts as he discusses not only our patience but also the wonderful long suffering of God.
This week's podcast is a sermon presented by David McClister that investigates the biblical phrase, "made with hands". Though a simple and seemingly unimportant phrase, we learn through this study that it has a lot of significance.
In Genesis the fifth chapter a phrase that's repeated time and time again is the phrase "and he died". What is the significance of it's repetition? In a sermon from the year 1993, Marty Pickup shares with us the truth from God's word.
Years ago there was a beautiful song made popular by Bette Midler called "From A Distance". Although it was beautiful to listen to, the lyrics were terribly incorrect. It proposed that God was only watching from a distance and couldn't see what really was happening. The truth is that God sees us very clearly but our sin prevents us from seeing Him.
With this week's podcast, Thaxter Dickey shows the real cause as to why God seems so distant at times and what we can do to correct it.
Speaker: Thaxter Dickey Date Recorded: April 19, 2009