Fake News!

March 27, 2022

The expression “fake news” is bandied about popular culture today, however, the concept of misinformation is as old as time itself. In this sermon from evangelist Jerry Dickinson, we’re taught that there is a lot of fake news being spread about the Lord’s church and consequently people have misconceptions about the churches of Christ and what they believe.

Some Times Have Changed

March 20, 2022

Evangelist Paul Nichols, at 98 years of age, has been preaching the gospel for over 79 years. In this sermon, he comments on some of the changes he has noticed over the decades. Lessons like these should remind that even though the world is constantly changing, the gospel of Christ and its power to save remains the same.

The Providence That Provides For Us (Part 5 – Bread In Bethlehem Series)

March 13, 2022

The events recorded in the Book of Ruth were not coincidental or happenstance. God’s providence was at work in the lives of its characters not only for the good of their family but for the entire family of God. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we learn how God used the Moabitess, Ruth, to continue unfolding His purpose for the ages.

The Love That Lifts Us (Part 4 – Bread In Bethlehem Series)

March 6, 2022

Despite the relief of finally reaching home, Naomi could not have appeared more pitiful than when she walked through the gates of Bethlehem after ten years in Moab. This broken, bitter, and regretful woman returned to the only place where she might find hope and a new beginning. Little did she nor her daughter-in-law, Ruth, know what was in store. Behind the curtain, God was about to write a chapter in their lives; a story of redemption. The means God used to rescue them, He also used to redeem bankrupt man. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we continue our series Bread In Bethlehem by talking about The Love That Lifts Us.

The Decisions That Destine Us (Part 3 – Bread In Bethlehem Series)

February 27, 2022

Had you been walking down a dusty road somewhere between Moab and Bethlehem one day more than three thousand years ago, you might have seen three women standing along the way weeping and embracing one another. What you would not have known is that decisions were being made at that moment that had eternal implications. They did not even realize it. One of those decisions changed the world forever. As we continue our series “Bread In Bethlehem” from the Book of Ruth, we learn about the Decisions That Destine Us.

The Choices That Condemn Us (Part 2 – Bread In Bethlehem Series)

February 20, 2022

The book of Ruth illustrates the long-reaching effects of our decisions, both good and bad. When famine struck the village of Bethlehem Judah, Elimelech moved his family to the wicked, pagan country of Moab. His choice set in motion a decade of sickness, sorrow, and death. In part 2 of the series “Bread In Bethlehem”, we are warned about the Choices That Condemn Us to suffering and regret.

The Times That Try Us (Part 1 – Bread In Bethlehem Series)

February 13, 2022

Life brings suffering and sorrow even for the people of God. It is the dark days of our lives that challenge and put our faith to the test. When fleshly circumstances appear to conflict with spiritual values, the Christian must make difficult decisions that have consequences. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we begin a series in the beloved Book of Ruth. We begin by learning about the family of Elimelech and the famine that tested them.

Fear Of Death

Being human, death is a tough topic for us to discuss. However, death is relevant to all because Hebrews 9:27 reads, “And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgement.” In the concluding service of our gospel meeting, brother Billy Dickinson tackles the topic of fearing death.

David’s Mighty Men

In 1 Chronicles 11:1-14, as well as 2 Samuel 23:8-12, we are introduced to 3 mighty men of king David’s army. Brother Billy Dickinson shares with us practical lessons we can learn from these mighty men.

Return To Bethel

The name Bethel in Hebrew literally means ‘house of God.’ It was a name given to a certain place by Jacob in Genesis 28:10-19. In Genesis 35:1 God commanded Jacob to return to Bethel and Jacob commands his household in vs 2 to prepare themselves. In the second night of our gospel meeting with brother Billy Dickinson, he presents to us what it means for us to return to the house of God.

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