Jon Mitchell’s sermon preached Monday, 7 April 2014, at the Carolina Lectures, hosted by the Kannapolis NC congregation.
Listen to this sermon in the “Simple” series at the Somers Avenue church in N. Little Rock AR, delivered Sunday morning, Oct 6. Thanks to Oran Burt and Sean Ashberrry for the invite. (Source: Somers Ave site.)
The following audio comes from the Eureka IL congregation’s website. The sermon was shared with the saints there Sunday morning, Sept. 29, 2013. Length: 26 min.
It was preached originally in Portuguese and adapted for an American audience. (I preached it from my original outline in Portuguese.)
I was just now singing L.O. Sanderson’s song, “The Lord Has Been Mindful of Me,” from the Songs of the Church hymnal which I’d pulled off the bookself. Low and behold, in the third stanza this phrase appears, “I have doors ever open.” That is a truth that I was blind to for a long time, back in the day. Listen to the song: Continue reading
Listen to the edited sermon I preached at Somer’s Avenue congregation in N. Little Rock March 10, “God Through All,” based upon the text of Eph. 4.6. Edited time is 24 min. The theme of the day was “Evangelism for the Rest of Us.” Continue reading
We heard it live last Sat., at the Tenn. Bible College’s Spiritual Renewal Lectures. You can catch the audio here. Weylan gives emphasis to the concept of “early,” using Psa 63.1 as his launching point.
From John 3:16. Scripture songs are special, don’t you think? This one from the Long Island church. No idea if it’s original with them.
Betty Choate wrote the words to “Thou Shalt Call,” Barry Epps, the music, and a group from the Lewisville TX church sang for this mp3.
Thanks to Betty for permission to post the song file here.
To download the song, right-click on this link and choose “Save link as” from the menu.