Sermons on this topic in English and Dutch have been added to the Old Paths Archive.
Let us be faithful stewards of the mysteries of God.
Trouwe rentmeesters van Gods geheimenissen moeten wij zijn.
I pray that the Scriptures presented in this lesson will help us all fulfill our responsibilities as stewards of God.
May the Lord bless you richly.
Here’s a link to a recorded sermon on the topic of “Does God Care What I Wear?” There’s also a follow-up lesson on the same page (that I haven’t listened to yet), but as far the first lesson goes, it helps to put the focus on the proper parts when it comes to the subject that’s under consideration.
If you’re planning to present a lesson any time soon on the subject that’s obviously alluded to by the sermon’s title, it’s worth your time to sit a spell and listen; there’s plenty of room to “make the lesson your own”. But even if you’re not planning to preach on the subject – due to the little fact that you don’t preach – it’s still worth your consideration because of the way that the speaker addresses the topic. All in all, it’s a win-win for any listener who’s interested in the question that’s being asked.
Do we remember and forget the right things? This is the title of a new lesson that has been added
to the Old Paths Archive in English and Dutch, in text and in audio.
May the Lord bless you.
I preached this message on Sunday, March 17, 2013 at Mackville Church of Christ in Mackville, KY. I also preached it at CherryStreet Church of Christ in New Albany, IN that night
A Faithful Servant (PDF)
Audio of message
The page listing brother Howard’s radio broadcasts at http://www.vehoward.net (a subsection of the Old Paths Archive) had so much material on it that it loaded very slowly, even with a fast Internet connection.
This problem has now been solved by listing the main topics only on that page, with links to 103 sub-pages that actually play the lessons.
I urge you to make good use of this material, both for your own instruction and to help others with whom you are studying.
Brother Howard baptized more than 8000 people during his lifetime because of his ability to make what the Bible teaches about difficult topics extremely clear. Doctrinal error prevents many people from becoming Christians, thus error must be refuted before they can accept the truth.
Please examine the topics of his broadcasts and keep them in mind for use in the future.
Listen to some of the lessons that interest you so you can experience the quality of the material.
Even with the slow loading, there were 15,309 visits to vehoward.net during the last year. With the improved access, hopefully even more will benefit from these powerful lessons.
You might inform people in your congregation about these lessons via the bulletin or a bulletin board. May the Lord bless you.
Lexie B. Ray, preacher for the Fairdealing church in Marshall County, Kentucky, held a meeting with the Maple Hill church in Benton. David Lemmons has made available the audio of the sermons in mp3 format.