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Richard Warmack on SermonAudio
The JUST Shall LIve By Faith, Pt.12

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 44:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The JUST Shall LIve By Faith, Pt.12 Subtitle: Studies In Hebrews Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday School Date: 11/13/2022 Bible: Hebrews 11:22-26 Length: 44 min.

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio
The Truth Of The Gospel, Pt.2

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 41:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Truth Of The Gospel, Pt.2 Subtitle: Studies In Galations Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 11/13/2022 Bible: Galatians 2:6-10 Length: 41 min.

Sermons by Founders Ministries
Tom Ascol | Entrepreneurship in the Kingdom of God - Ecclesiastes 11:1-6

Sermons by Founders Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 42:06


Pastor Tom Ascol continues his series on Ecclesiastes with a message entitled “Entrepreneurship in the Kingdom of God” built upon Ecclesiastes 11:1 – 6. Our passage today calls us to become entrepreneurs of life. We are to stop playing it safe and living scared. Rather, we are to live openly, daring to make a difference. Though the initial illustration may not be clear to present-day readers, the lessons in our passage are plain. First, be bold yet wise. In biblical times setting to sea was risky but after the return voyage it was usually very profitable. Investing may not be as tricky today as in the past but it can be just as risky so wisdom is still a necessity. Nevertheless, investing helps build for the future. Further, Qohelet, the author of Ecclesiastes, advises us to diversify our investments, similar to today’s warning about putting all our eggs in one basket. Though interpreters are split about whether v. 2 speaks to benevolence or aggressive investment, we may not need make a distinction. Instead, there is merit in both positons We should give generously and invest aggressively to have even more to give in the future. God, after all, is the great Giver, having given His Son for our salvation. We need his righteousness; we need the atonement only His death can supply. Have you received of God’s generous giving? There is no reason, however, to think these verses apply only to our money. The same that is true of our treasure is true with our time and our talent. Our lives should be marked by meeting needs in whatever manner is appropriate. Perhaps the greatest of those needs is making Christ known. Qohelet, however, is not calling us to some romanticized view of life. Instead, he wants us to invest our lives for a good cause. Obviously, we do not know everything and so we rely on God. However, we do know somethings; a full cloud will spill rain, a tree lands where it lands when it falls Just as a farmer always afraid to sow due to weather conditions will not have a harvest, every hesitancy to take a risk for Christ comes with a plausible rationalization? Believers are to leverage their lives for the Lord. Qohelet continues. We are to work humbly and hopefully. We should know our place; we are but creatures and fallen creatures at that. We know little of the noble workings of God. When we accept our positon, we are on the way to living for him, the life to which we were originally called. Working humbly, investing wisely, trusting God will then give true hope. We will be bound up in God’s plan, living our lives for him as we should. God calls us to be entrepreneurs for the kingdom. At the end better by far to hear “well done good and faithful servant” than to hear “you wicked and slothful servant.” Live your life for Christ, use that which has been entrusted to you for Him. Bring Him glory by the way you live the life He has given you. This sermon was given by Dr. Tom Ascol on February 12, 2017 at Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, FL. Join the FAM at press.founders.org/fam to support and enable Founders Ministries to continue producing free content. Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ Subscribe to Founders Ministries: https://founders.org/enews/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribution must be approved by Founders Ministries.

Magnify
Hope In A World Gone Mad

Magnify

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 27:07


Join Pastor Aaron and Pastor David as they examine gospel hope in a world of truth suppressors. The Magnify Podcast is a production of Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, CA. For more information about service times and events, head to our website www.gracebaptist.org.

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio
The TRUTH Of The Gospel

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 40:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The TRUTH Of The Gospel Subtitle: Studies In Galations Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 11/6/2022 Bible: Galatians 2:1-5 Length: 40 min.

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio
The JUST Shall Live By Faith,Pt.12

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 50:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The JUST Shall Live By Faith,Pt.12 Subtitle: Studies In Hebrews Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday School Date: 11/6/2022 Bible: Hebrews 11:20-23 Length: 50 min.

Sermons by Founders Ministries
Tom Ascol | Of Flies, Snakes and Birds - Ecclesiastes 9:13-10:20

Sermons by Founders Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 50:55


Pastor Tom Ascol continues his series on Ecclesiastes with a message entitled “Of Flies, Snakes and Birds: The Value of Wisdom and Danger of Folly” centered on Ecclesiastes 9:13 – 10:20. The lives of many people, people striving to live life wisely, have been stained by a temporary lapse of judgment speaking foolish words or carrying out some foolish actions. Such a lapse shows the value of wisdom and the danger of folly. The lesson is simple, be wise and avoid folly, but living that lesson is difficult. Yet, Qohelet, the author of Ecclesiastes, writes wisdom is important in governance. Wisdom can overcome what appears to be great disadvantage. Even a poor, wise man can advise a king. When wisdom is disregarded, as the butler forgot Joseph in Joseph’s prison narrative, it is forgotten to the hurt of people. Wisdom should be preferred to foolishness but wisdom is vulnerable. One foolish move can spoil years of wisdom; a little folly outweighs wisdom and honor. The vulnerability points to the need to exercise care in choosing friends. Foolish friends lead others astray and do foolish things which impugn the wisdom of the wise. One need look no further than Rehoboam, Solomon’s son. Upon becoming king, he listened to foolish advisors ignoring the wisdom of experienced men, to his hurt and the hurt and division of the nation! Wisdom and folly lead to different inclinations, wisdom to the right, a biblical place of blessing, while folly leads to the left, a place of lesser blessing or cursing. Being wise leads to understanding. It is the mark of a person of God. Fools, on the other hand, do not look to God, losing site of the fundamental reality that they are creatures of a great Creator. What is worse, folly in high places turns the world upside-down. Qohelet then goes on to give four examples of the failure to exercise wisdom such as a stone cutter falling prey to a large rock falling on him. While folly can harm your daily life being wise improves it. Qohelet also gives examples of wisdom in action. Qohelet concludes with several proverbs, some dealing with our manner of speech. The words of the wise win him favor. This was true of Jesus even as fools turned from or against Him. Thus, our speech should be reminiscent of Jesus’ speech, seasoned with salt, full of light. Otherwise, just as with fools, our words may consume us. Jesus noted that it is out of the abundance of the heart that the mouth speaks. Are our words kind, edifying, building up or do our words tear down? Do our words exude wisdom or reflect foolishness? The Bible states the fool says there is no God. It also states the beginning of wisdom is the fear of the Lord. Have you exercised basic wisdom and come to the Lord not only for wisdom but salvation? It is only Jesus, by His completed work on the Cross of Calvary, that can save us. Come to Him today. This sermon was given by Dr. Tom Ascol on February 5, 2017 at Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, FL. Join the FAM at press.founders.org/fam to support and enable Founders Ministries to continue producing free content. Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ Subscribe to Founders Ministries: https://founders.org/enews/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribution must be approved by Founders Ministries.

Grace Podcast
The Hated Witness | John 15:18-27 | Pastor Nate Calvert

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 50:35


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

The Bible Preacher
Romans 15 "The Great Conquest" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 28:16


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

The Man of God
Broken by Idolatry | Preaching & Teaching

The Man of God

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 46:05


Sermon preached by John Miller of Grace Baptist Church, Carlisle: PA. Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary is a Confessional Reformed Baptist Seminary Providing affordable online theological education to help the Church in its calling to train faithful men. To learn more about CBTS, visit https://CBTSeminary.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cbtseminary/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cbtseminary/support

Magnify
Believing and Belonging Pt. 2

Magnify

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 38:24


In this episode, we examine what it means to belong and experience unity when the Grace Family gathers. Tune in and listen to Ryan Foglesong and Joe Keller explain how the gospel makes a people, and how our identity is crafted in our gatherings and fellowship. Resource Links: Order of Service https://www.gracebaptist.org/orderofservice The Gospel: How the Church Portrays the Beauty of Christ by Ray Ortland https://www.amazon.com/dp/1433540835/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_AR1SEJ1PASZ2EG5XKXS5 Corporate Worship: How the Church Gathers as God's People by Matt Rucker https://www.amazon.com/dp/1433569825/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_NH0KJGKF74FP7SVRJ8CJ Side By Side by Ed Welch https://www.amazon.com/dp/1433547112/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_8H4X9S6564FXV7883XDM The Loveliest Place by Dustin Benge https://www.amazon.com/dp/1433574942/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_GYHWG8FJKHRDQ9RF12AF Compelling Community byMark Dever and Jamie Dunlop https://www.amazon.com/dp/1433543540/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_MDH5SCKT02WWV92JHV74 The Magnify Podcast is a production of Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, CA. For more information about service times and events, head to our website www.gracebaptist.org.

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio
The BLESSEDNESS Of THE MAN

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 42:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The BLESSEDNESS Of THE MAN Subtitle: Special Meetings Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/30/2022 Bible: Romans 4:6-8 Length: 42 min.

Sermons by Founders Ministries
Tom Ascol | Enjoy Your Life in This Fallen World - Ecclesiastes 9:1-12

Sermons by Founders Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 55:27


Pastor Tom Ascol continues the series in Ecclesiastes with a message entitled “Enjoy Your Life in a Fallen World” built upon Ecclesiastes 9:1–12. An initial reading of today’s passage might leave one to believe no matter how hopeful a situation may be, there is always a likely downside. This pessimism tinges a person’s outlook robbing them of experiencing deep, genuine joy. In one sense, living “under the sun” as we have seen, this pessimism may make sense but believers are charged to live with joy. In fact, Ecclesiastes is a book about joy. Today’s text informs us the world is broken. Nevertheless, our lives are gifts from God and are to be enjoyed. Honest reflection show obvious troubles in life yet obedience to the imperatives in this chapter will create joy for the obeying believer. In verses 1–6 the author, Qohelet, recalls from Chapter 8 that man cannot grasp all God’s work on earth. He then moves to Chapter 9 and points out that all humanity is subject to the same realities, good and bad. Though we rightly aspire to wisdom and righteousness, we all are under the inscrutable sovereignty and will of God. Our understanding is limited by our fallibility and our limited power of evaluation. Recognizing the reality of sin and the consequences of sin are absolutely foundational to thinking rightly about life. Qohelet tells us what we already know; death is coming. Still while there is life there is hope, hope of being forgiven and being reconciled to God. For this sin is the very reason Jesus came into the world. Powerless to save ourselves, powerless to even think rightly, we are all in need of a savior Therefore, there exists the need to entrust ourselves to the one with power to save and set things right. Verses 11 and 12 continue the author’s reflections on life. Unpredictable things happen. David and Goliath stories abound. Death comes unexpectedly. Like birds in snare or fish in a net, troubles and death come upon us unawares. Yet in the middle verses of this passage, verses 7–10, Qohelet encourages joy. Despite our individual circumstance, God has created the world for us to enjoy. There is no encouragement to sin, as, for example, might be the result of too much drink, but we ought to enjoy what eat and drink God has provided. Rejoice in what He has given, in what He has provided. Enjoy life with “the wife whom you love,” both directly encourages enjoyment and indirectly teaches love as a command. Finally do whatever you do joyously and wholeheartedly. Find something worth giving your life to and do it with delight and passion. The world is fallen so it cannot provide ultimate satisfaction. Neither can we make it work the way for which it was designed. Rather, recognizing God created it and continues to rule, we place our assurance in Him and move confidently to the future as we enjoy that which He has provided for the day. This sermon was given by Dr. Tom Ascol on January 22, 2017 at Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, FL. Join the FAM at press.founders.org/fam to support and enable Founders Ministries to continue producing free content. Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ Subscribe to Founders Ministries: https://founders.org/enews/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribution must be approved by Founders Ministries.

Grace Podcast
The True Vine | John 15:1-17 | Pastor Nathan Waters

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 47:11


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

The Bible Preacher
II Corinthians 8-9 "Christian Giving" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 40:52


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

The Bible Preacher
Jonah 4:8 "Jonah" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 30:09


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Magnify
Believing and Belonging Pt. 1

Magnify

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:34


Faith in Christ connects us with brothers and sisters that span the scope of time, culture, and language. Occasionally we are graced to see and know what God is doing outside of our local culture. The gospel is growing God's Kingdom. Listen to Jared Burkholder and Lisa LaGeorge as they share stories about what God is doing on the global stage. Resource Links: Lisa's Blog https://lisalageorge.com/ Find Your People by Jennie Allen https://www.amazon.com/dp/0593193385/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_SGT38VZAZY9TX9M1WATY The Art of Neighboring by Jay Pathak & Dave Runton https://www.amazon.com/dp/080101459X/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_EG9QT8P9QC72NY3KNS9F The Company We Keep by Jonathan Holmes https://www.amazon.com/dp/1936760959/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_488HKMH1C3DR438VN8TH Relationships: A Mess Worth Making by Timothy S. Lane and Paul David Trip https://www.amazon.com/dp/0977080765/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_dl_KDJZQW11GZWAHGWRS8CE The Magnify Podcast is a production of Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, CA. For more information about service times and events, head to our website www.gracebaptist.org.

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio
Salvation Is OF THE LORD

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 43:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Salvation Is OF THE LORD Subtitle: Studies In Ezekiel Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/23/2022 Bible: Ezekiel 36:16-38 Length: 43 min.

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio
The JUST Shall Live By Faith, Pt.11

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 46:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The JUST Shall Live By Faith, Pt.11 Subtitle: Studies In Hebrews Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday School Date: 10/23/2022 Bible: Hebrews 11:17-19 Length: 46 min.

Sermons by Founders Ministries
Tom Ascol | The Benefits and Limits of Wisdom - Ecclesiastes 8:1-17

Sermons by Founders Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 46:03


Pastor Tom Ascol continues his series on the book of Ecclesiastes with a message centered on Chapter 8 entitled “The Benefits and Limits of Wisdom.” We have all witnessed situations that would have turned out better had a little wisdom been used. Even routine daily encounters could be more profitable if wisdom was employed in interpersonal dealings. Oftentimes small problems would not become big problems if handled wisely. God’s Word has a specific emphasis on wisdom and its benefits, yet wisdom cannot explain everything. Wisdom can enable you to live well. The first seven verses in today’s passage inform us wisdom is valuable. Exercising wisdom in dealing with authorities will serve us well, in fact, it may make the king’s face shine! The story of Joseph and Pharaoh in Genesis 41 gives a real-life example. Further, wisdom dictates proper deference and patience towards authorities. Why should we resist God’s appointed rulers? Romans 13 forbids that, unless contrary to God’s ways. The book of Esther shows a servant of God exercising wisdom and restraint as she approaches and successfully petitions the king. Jesus, in Matthew 27:24 – 27, though showing He was not bound by the paying of the temple tax, nevertheless paid it as an example of living under authority. It is exactly this type of deferential and patient wisdom that should be characteristic of believers. Still, the Preacher, the author of the book, teaches wisdom cannot explain everything. Man makes plans but cannot discern the future. James 4:13 – 17, for example, encourages us to plan with the proviso “if the Lord wills.” Recognizing our dependence on Him, His plan, His authority, is exercising deferential wisdom. Moreover, vv. 8 – 9 teach we cannot even control the present; we have no guarantee on our lives, on the wind, or on obligations to the governing authority. Even the wicked, often seen to unfairly prosper, have no power over life, death, and judgment. Psalm 139:16 states “Your eyes saw my unformed substance; in your book were written, every one of them, the days that were formed for me, when as yet there was none of them.” Do we live as if we understand God knows all our days and knew them even before we came to be? God knows today and tomorrow; we do not. Lastly, wisdom cannot eliminate injustice in the world. Wicked people, due to their power, wealth, or other things, are welcomed into holy places or communities. Justice is often delayed. Sinners do evil and prosper. Wisdom, while not being able to correct these, knows that in the end it will not go well for the wicked. True wisdom has an eternal perspective not limited to mere mortal existence. The upshot, the Preacher tells us, is that we should eat, drink, and be joyful in whatever estate God has placed us. We do not ignore the realities of what goes on around us but rather trust in the One who will make all right in the end. Trusting in Jesus Christ, His work, the salvation He provides and offers, alone makes our joy possible and genuine. This sermon was given by Dr. Tom Ascol on January 15, 2017 at Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, FL. Join the FAM at press.founders.org/fam to support and enable Founders Ministries to continue producing free content. Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ Subscribe to Founders Ministries: https://founders.org/enews/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribut

Grace Baptist Church Flower Mound
Grace Baptist Church - The Secret Place - General

Grace Baptist Church Flower Mound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 45:12


Message from Matt Crouch on October 23, 2022

Grace Podcast
If Ye Love Me | John 14:15-31 | Pastor Nate Calvert

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 49:53


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

The Bible Preacher
Matthew 4:16 "The Challenge of Missions" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 36:38


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Grace Podcast
Revival Day 3 | Jonah 4:1-11 | Pastor Steven Miller

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 77:44


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

Magnify
Inclusive Exclusivity

Magnify

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 33:42


In this episode, Pastor David and Pastor Aaron will discuss how the gospel really does satisfy what the world longs for in terms of beauty, truth, and goodness. The world's unwillingness to experience these things through the cross keeps the world far from God but keeps the church alive and in unity. Resource Links: · The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self by Carl Truman https://www.amazon.com/dp/1433556332/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_XVP9JFYKY4Q6D2FKR2NM Above All Earthly Powers by David Wells https://www.amazon.com/dp/0802824552/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_86VBPWKYN2FR7Y6EXF0W Unchristian by David Kinniman https://www.amazon.com/dp/0801072719/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_JMRDS482BKHFQ2WQZ4V6 Telling a Better Story by Joshua Chatraw https://www.amazon.com/dp/0310108632/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_1G1EB4TG910XS0CEHMBD The Magnify Podcast is a production of Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, CA. For more information about service times and events, head to our website www.gracebaptist.org.

The Sword & The Trowel
TS&TT: Hurricane Ian | God's Grace Through Affliction

The Sword & The Trowel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 31:50


Today on The Sword and The Trowel, Tom Ascol and Graham Gunden sit down to record the first show back in the Founders studio since Hurricane Ian hit Cape Coral, Florida three weeks ago. They discuss the impact of the storm on the Founders team, Grace Baptist Church and SWFL and reflect on the Lord's goodness through it all. If this show was helpful for you, make sure to subscribe and share it with a friend! 2023 National Founders Conference: What is Man? | https://founders.org/2023conference/ Support Founders Ministries and become a part of the F.A.M: https://press.founders.org/fam/ Apply at The Institute of Public Theology: https://www.instituteofpublictheology.org Founders Sermon Podcast Stream: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sermons-by-founders-ministries/id1613963681 Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribution must be approved by Founders Ministries.

Grace Podcast
Revival Day 2 | Jonah 3:6-10 | Pastor Steven Miller

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 60:40


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

Grace Podcast
Revival Day 1 | Jonah 3:1-5 | Pastor Steven Miller

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 77:24


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

Peace on SermonAudio
The Peace of God (Fruit of the Spirit part 2)

Peace on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 45:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Peace of God (Fruit of the Spirit part 2) Subtitle: Galatians Speaker: Brandon Vaughan Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/4/2022 Bible: Galatians 5:22 Length: 45 min.

Fruit of the Spirit on SermonAudio
The Peace of God (Fruit of the Spirit part 2)

Fruit of the Spirit on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 45:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Peace of God (Fruit of the Spirit part 2) Subtitle: Galatians Speaker: Brandon Vaughan Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/4/2022 Bible: Galatians 5:22 Length: 45 min.

Grace Podcast
How are we at loving the church? | John 13:31-34 | Pastor John Jupp

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 64:09


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

Grace Podcast
What do you do with failure? | John 13:36-38 Luke 22:31-34 | Pastor John Jupp

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 41:27


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

Grace Podcast
Do we want revival? | 2nd Kings 22-23 | Pastor John Jupp

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 68:09


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

Sermons by Founders Ministries
Tom Ascol | How to Live Well - Ecclesiastes 7:15-29

Sermons by Founders Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 48:44


Pastor Tom Ascol continues in the series on Ecclesiastes with a sermon entitled “How to Live Well” centered on Ecclesiastes 7:15 – 29. As we have seen, the author, Qohelet, has been brutally honest about life on earth having identified a seeming lack of fairness. In today’s passage, he wrestles with the unfairness of the young dying and the wicked prospering. Qohelet teaches three lessons the first of which is “Sometimes the world does not make sense.” The author is not alone in his struggle (for example, see Psalm 73). In fact, Qohelet claims attempting to ‘live by the rules’ does not guarantee things will go well. An honest assessment of life, from Abel to the present, teaches us our sin has broken the world and things are not fair. Thus, v. 16 teaches us not to have too much or too little regard for how we live. Of course, we should live in obedience to God seeking His glory. We are to fear the awesome God (v. 18). But, the danger in having too much regard for the way we live is that we then try to manipulate God, as if because of our presumed righteousness we can somehow demand or expect God’s blessing. This was the mistake of the Pharisees; living an externally holy life while ignoring the heart does not work. We should not expect guaranteed results in a world fallen away from God. The second lesson is that “Wisdom and righteousness are good but limited.” Wisdom is extolled throughout Scripture. There is, however, a limit to human wisdom, even the wisdom given to humans by God. We do not have the wisdom God has; His ultimate wisdom, the wisdom that explains everything including Qohelet’s observed apparent unfairness in life, is beyond our grasp. Similarly, we are limited in our righteousness. Paul, in Roman’s 3, even references Ecclesiastes; there is not a righteous man on earth who does good and never sins. We are all flawed, a truth that should make us humble in encountering the flaws of others. Just as we need mercy we should extend mercy. So, we cannot make life work by our own wisdom or our own righteousness. Both the wisdom and righteousness we need are only to be found through Jesus Christ. If we want to live well in this world we can do so only through trusting Jesus who will then become wisdom and righteousness to us (1 Corinthians 1:30). Our third lesson is “There are warnings that should govern our outlook on the world.” Qohelet gives us four. Verse 26 shows sin is seductive and destructive; vv. 27-28 shows ultimate meaning and purpose cannot be discovered through human ingenuity; v. 28 shows there are virtually no truly righteous people in the world, and; v. 29 shows the reason the world is broken is because of human sin. All this points to one overarching fact: the only way to find the lives for which we were created and for which we long, is to be reconciled to the God who made us, and the only way to be reconciled is through Jesus Christ. Today, humbly trust God in his goodness and love for us. This sermon was given by Dr. Tom Ascol on January 8, 2017 at Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, FL. Join the FAM at press.founders.org/fam to support and enable Founders Ministries to continue producing free content. Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ Subscribe to Founders Ministries: https://founders.org/enews/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribution must be approved by Founders Ministries

The Bible Preacher
Matthew 4 "Going Fishing" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 36:28


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Magnify
Grace At Home

Magnify

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 42:44


Joe and Heidi Keller invite us into their home and discuss their years of ministry and leadership and what it takes to raise 4 kids with gospel grace and power. Additionally, we will see how grace has maintained and energized their marriage. The Magnify Podcast is a production of Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, CA. For more information about service times and events, head to our website www.gracebaptist.org.

Apologetics on SermonAudio
The Bible: God's Gift to Man

Apologetics on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 31:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Bible: God's Gift to Man Speaker: Michael Teruel Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Prayer Meeting Date: 10/12/2022 Length: 31 min.

Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson on SermonAudio
Reformation Mini Conference - Session 2

Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 38:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Reformation Mini Conference - Session 2 Subtitle: Reformation Mini Conference 22 Speaker: Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Conference Date: 10/12/2022 Bible: John 17:20-26 Length: 38 min.

Fruit of the Spirit on SermonAudio
Genesis 3:1-13_Where Are You?

Fruit of the Spirit on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 31:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church of Minot is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Genesis 3:1-13_Where Are You? Subtitle: Genesis: The Why of Life Speaker: Greg Demme Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church of Minot Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/9/2022 Bible: Genesis 3:1-13; Romans 5:12-14 Length: 31 min.

Worrying on SermonAudio

A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church of Mohawk is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: My Times Subtitle: Gospel Of John Speaker: Stephen Elmer Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church of Mohawk Event: Sunday - AM Date: 10/9/2022 Bible: John 7:1-13 Length: 46 min.

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: My Gospel, Pt.3 Subtitle: Studies In Galations Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/9/2022 Bible: Galatians 1:15-24 Length: 39 min.

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio
The JUST Shall Live By Faith, Pt.10

Richard Warmack on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 43:00


A new MP3 sermon from Grace Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The JUST Shall Live By Faith, Pt.10 Subtitle: Studies In Hebrews Speaker: Richard Warmack Broadcaster: Grace Baptist Church Event: Sunday School Date: 10/9/2022 Bible: Hebrews 11:14-16 Length: 43 min.

Grace Baptist Church Audio Podcast
God Uses the Under Qualified—Caleb Cox

Grace Baptist Church Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 38:26


Do you ever feel like you so not have enough abilities or talents for God to use you? This message from John 1:35-48 will encourage you and help you to see that God wants to use people just like you. Thanks for joining us for this episode and please take a moment to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you enjoy this content, please don't hesitate to leave us a 5-star review and share this podcast with your friends. We'd like to extend an invitation to you and your family to join us for worship this week at Grace Baptist Church. We'd also love to connect with you online at https://gracekettering.org. Thanks again for checking out this episode, and we look forward to having you join us again right here on the Grace Baptist Church Podcast!

Grace Podcast
Do We Live In Peace | John 14:1-14 | Pastor John Jupp

Grace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 64:09


Thanks for joining us online!  Grace Baptist Church of Brandon, FL, led by Pastor John Jupp, is a dynamic church that will enrich your daily life. Whether you are just curious about church and God or you are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, you are welcome to join us here at Grace!Feel free to share this sermon with friends and family. To worship through giving clink this link below.https://growingatgrace.churchcenter.com/givingStay connected through the Church Center App www.churchcenter.comSupport the show

Sermons by Founders Ministries
Tom Ascol | Coram Deo - Ecclesiastes 6:10-7:14

Sermons by Founders Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 45:36


Pastor Tom Ascol continues his series on the book of Ecclesiastes with a message, “Coram Deo,” developed around Ecclesiastes 6:10 – 7:14. To this point the book and its author, the Preacher, have examined life as it is apart from God. Yet we all live before the face of God (Coram Deo). God sees all. The preacher now teaches that to live well in this world one must consciously and deliberately live before the face of God. If the Bible is real, then there is meaning and purpose in life. Thus, Ecclesiastes teaches joy and wisdom are to be found in God. The Preacher wants us, his readers, to know three things. First, God’s sovereignty rules our lives. God has absolute authority over the world. Verse 10 tells us everything has already been named and implies God is the Namer. To name is to exercise lordship in ancient Hebrew. God, who has sovereignly created the world now sovereignly rules over the world. As verse 10 continues we see the vanity of struggling against the sovereign God. In fact, mankind’s first struggle against God in Genesis Chapter 3, where Adam and eve disobeyed, was the start of a continuing, futile struggle against God. Arguing with or against God, verse 11 advises, is only ongoing vanity. God’s sovereignty should be the ultimate comfort to believers. This is so since His sovereignty means nothing comes our way without His control. Furthermore, we know from other biblical portions that God works for our good (Romans 8:28) whatever does come upon us. For those who have yet to come to God here is an invitation to stop struggling against the God of the universe and come through the salvation work of Jesus Christ on the Cross of Calvary, a work planned before time began. The Preacher’s second point is that God’s wisdom preserves our lives. Taking life seriously is better than treating it frivolously. Chapter 7:1 – 12 seems almost morose yet it actually teaches a better way. The author uses the word for good or better nine times in this passage emphasizing thoughtful consideration of the end of our lives, rather than the frivolity of foolish, thoughtless living. We are here taught a life well-lived will not ignore the reality of the brokenness of this world or of the destiny of death awaiting us all. While the proverbs in this passage are all helpful the overall teaching is that wisdom is advantageous. The final point is that submitting to God brings contentment to life. God is sovereign; what He has made, what is His design, will not be changed by even the best of man’s schemes. Days of prosperity and adversity are all under His control and are used by Him for His purposes. God sits enthroned in the heavens; how much better to willingly submit to Him than to continue rebelling. In submission can be found joy and contentment. While the final verse teaches us we cannot know what the future holds God’s sovereignty teaches us we can know Who holds the future. This sermon was given by Dr. Tom Ascol on December 11, 2016 at Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, FL. Join the FAM at press.founders.org/fam to support and enable Founders Ministries to continue producing free content. Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ Subscribe to Founders Ministries: https://founders.org/enews/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribution must be approved by Founders Ministries.

The Bible Preacher
II Corinthians 9:15 "God's Unspeakable Gift" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 31:22


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Magnify
The Threat of Legalism

Magnify

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 34:21


Join Pastor Aaron and Pastor David as they recognize they recognize the threat of legalism and discuss how religious rule-keeping is antithetical to the gospel and ultimately leads to the same results as unbelief –God's judgment. Resource Links: The Obedience Option by David W. Hegg https://www.amazon.com/dp/1845506065/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_8G5WVZTQR93MF8V3GZZC Shepherding A Child's Heart by Tedd Tripp https://www.amazon.com/dp/0966378601/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_4TFNVY4T0GMBDKD2RQ79 The Magnify Podcast is a production of Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, CA. For more information about service times and events, head to our website www.gracebaptist.org.

Grace Baptist Church Flower Mound
Grace Baptist Church - Jesus and Children - General

Grace Baptist Church Flower Mound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 46:50


Sermons by Founders Ministries
Tom Ascol | The Love of Money - Ecclesiastes 5:8-6:9

Sermons by Founders Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 49:45


Pastor Tom Ascol continues his series on the book of Ecclesiastes with a message centered on Chapter 5, Verse 8 through Chapter 6, Verse 9, entitled “The Love of Money.” Money and wealth can easily become too important in our lives. Jesus tells us “No one can serve two masters . . . . You cannot serve God and money” (Matthew 6:24). In today’s passage, the Preacher warns against, and shows the pitfalls of, chasing after wealth. In fact, his main lesson teaches we should guard against pursuing riches by learning to enjoy God’s daily gifts. We find three main points the Preacher uses in his argument. First, setting our hearts on riches robs us of joy and contentment. While oppression and injustice are wrong we should not be shocked to find they exist. Still, money will never satisfy the person who loves it, oppressor or oppressed. We were not designed to love money. We were designed to love God. We need to exercise care as are being discipled by life, by ads, by others, to love money and things. However, with more wealth come more need to spend and more worries. At the end of today’s passage (6:7 – 9) the Preacher reiterates, even expands, this teaching. Physical appetites cannot be finally satisfied. Rather, satisfaction is found by the poor man who has seen things as they really are rather than by allowing his appetite(s) to run after more and more things. Money is not the problem; the love of money is the problem. Rather than filling a vacuum, it makes a vacuum that can never be filled. The second point teaches failing to enjoy life is an evil tragedy. God is for our joy. Hence, He speaks plainly about pathways leading away from our joy. Hoarding wealth does not bring joy. Riches kept by their owners lead to their hurt as they trust their riches. Riches cannot be taken with the dead. Trust has been misplaced. Even though the world’s standard may find a wealthy life to be good, Verses 1 – 6 of Chapter 6 describe a tragic life. Having this world’s goods is of little value after the brevity of physical life. What good are they? Setting our heart on riches robs us of joy and contentment in God’s provision and leads to a vain striving, chasing after the wind. Point three shows learning to recognize God’s gifts leads to a life of joy and contentment. All of life is grace. God has given all anyone has, and he gives the power to enjoy them. Without that specific power no one could be satisfied, always wanting more. Recognizing God as the giver of all sets us free, leading to real joy and contentment in God’s provision. Recognizing this enables us to come to God on God’s terms. Jesus said, “guard against all covetousness” (Luke 12:15) and to be “rich toward God” (Luke 12:21). We are to live for Him, not for money. Chase after God, not wealth. This sermon was given by Dr. Tom Ascol on December 4, 2016 at Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, FL. Join the FAM at press.founders.org/fam to support and enable Founders Ministries to continue producing free content. Follow Founders Ministries: Website: https://founders.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoundersMin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoundersMin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foundersministries/ Subscribe to Founders Ministries: https://founders.org/enews/ All Founders Ministries resources are copyrighted and any use and distribution must be approved by Founders Ministries.

The Missions Podcast
A Pastoral Approach to Theological Training

The Missions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 33:38


The world's pastors need training. But they also need shepherding. This week, Live Global missionary David Prairie shares how we can approach the task of global theological education with a pastoral heart. David Prairie serves on ABWE's Live Global team doing theological education, pastoral training, and ministry mentoring for students and church leaders internationally. He has a doctorate in Biblical Theology from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY and lives in Chattanooga, TN with his wife, Brandi, and four children, where he also serves at Grace Baptist Church. Support his ministry. Watch the video version of this episode on the ABWE YouTube channel. Believe in our mission? Support this podcast. The Missions Podcast is a ministry resource of ABWE. Learn more at abwe.org. Want to ask a question or suggest a topic? Email alex@missionspodcast.com.