Truth from Arkansas! Sunday Sermon Series, #66

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 Luke 1:46-56 on “Three Reasons to Magnify the Lord.”

Next, we have Pastor Cody Andrews of Holly Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Star City preaching from John 18:1-8 on “The Story Didn’t End at Christmas.”

Both of these sermons were delivered on Sunday, December 27th.

Pastor Roger Copeland – Three Reasons to Magnify the Lord

Pastor Cody Andrews – The Story Didn’t End at Christmas

14 thoughts on “Truth from Arkansas! Sunday Sermon Series, #66

    1. Thanks, Mandy. Wow! That’s pretty disturbing. All kinds of people are masquerading as “pastor” these days. People are fallible, but I couldn’t imagine someone like a Martin Lloyd-Jones or a Charles Stanley comporting themselves in like fashion. But Chalmers is a Bethel guy so nothing is surprising. I see he was subsequently forced to resign from his “Catch the Fire Raleigh” church in November.

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      1. I was like even though you’re Bethel affiliated doesn’t mean you have to act like this! I agreed with one commenter who said that if it would have been a daytime flight, more people would have made this madness public. Thank God he was forced to resign! Agree totally with MLJ and Charles Stanley not acting like this!

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    1. Thanks! These sermons from two weeks ago are like Christmas revisited.

      I’ve had a bad back for 40 years but haven’t had to be on my feet for prolonged periods until now. I’m being trained on all the jobs in the warehouse to gain the knowledge and experience, but after that I’ll be able to sit often.

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      1. Glad to hear that for the future for your work. Still rejoicing for this job to open up; walked for nearly an hour and will be back home to type up my reading and then listen to the sermon as background!

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    1. Amen, brother! Yes, our focus should be on the Lord and then lifting up our praise to Him. There is huge temptation to allow temporal circumstances to redirect our focus, derail us, and cause us to be fearful and/or bitter.

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