Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #58

It’s Two-fer-Tuesday, my friends, which means two new sermons from the brethren down in Arkansas.

First, we have Pastor Roger Copeland of Northern Hills Baptist Church in Texarkana preaching from Genesis 41:41-43 on “Handling Success Successfully.”

Next, we have Pastor Cody Andrews of Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City preaching from Galatians 5:16-26 on “The Battle Between Spirit and Flesh.”

Both of these sermons were delivered on Sunday, November 1st.

Pastor Roger Copeland – Handling Success Successfully

Pastor Cody Andrews – The Battle Between Spirit and Flesh

21 thoughts on “Truth from Arkansas! Sunday sermon series, #58

  1. Answering your question on my blog: My day will be consisting of walking, reading to prepare for tonight’s lesson and sermon prep for the Bible study tonight! We’re on another week with our leadership series, the outlines of which I normally share on the blog on Wednesday!

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  2. Pastor Roger’s message was really really good, ministered to me. Few can handle success well and how easily we forget God if we get all we want; what an edifying sermon and hard hitting in a good way!

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    1. Thanks and I was edified by that sermon as well. It’s almost predictable how in the life of a believer, worldly “success” usually leads to an attitude of self-sufficiency and spiritual decline.

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      1. Pastor Roger didn’t mention it, but there’s a statistic out there that something like 70% of big-ticket lottery winners have to declare bankruptcy within five years of winning. It’s an example from secular society, but there’s a spiritual lesson.

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      1. I enjoy MLJ’s sermons very much and we listen to one each week. But I also appreciate the “folksy” sermons of the Arkansas pastors. In the DVD documentary on MLJ, “Logic on Fire: The Life and Legacy of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones” (I think you would thoroughly enjoy this), mention is made that he didn’t “talk down”/condescend to the congregation of his first church, even though they were largely “working class.” But there’s little doubt that MLJ is “meaty” and some would find his sermons challenging.

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