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A Warm-Hearted Church in Oxford, Ohio with a Christ-Centered Message Affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention

Latest Episodes

Special Guest Sermon – Austin Wynn – The Eternal Weight of Glory

In late November, Bro. Austin Wynn delivered one of the best and most timely sermons ever preached at Talawanda Baptist Church. Listen to his sermon on weighing our suffering against the glory of God for which He prepares us. Advertisements

-1 s2011 DEC 29
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Special Guest Sermon – Austin Wynn – The Eternal Weight of Glory

Make Great the Name of the Lord

Luke 1.39-56 Elizabeth, John the Baptist (from the womb), and Mary all live to give praise to God. Mary makes God’s name great through a song that tells of His mighty deeds for His People. We are compelled by their example to use our lives for the same purpose: to bring glory to God by […]

-1 s2011 DEC 29
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Make Great the Name of the Lord

God Grants Grace to Mary and His People

Luke 1.26-38 While Mary’s character can be seen in other passages, God’s character is on display here. God gives grace to whom He wills. His grace is not earned, but freely given to His People.

-1 s2011 DEC 29
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God Grants Grace to Mary and His People

A Day’s Work Like None Other

Luke 1.5-25 Luke begins his account of Jesus’ birth by telling us of the day when an otherwise ordinary Jewish priest had his prayers answered. God had not spoken to His people directly for over 400 years. That all changed when Zechariah encountered an unexpected visitor inside the temple.

-1 s2011 DEC 29
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A Day’s Work Like None Other

A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

Isaiah 10.20-34 When God sets His People free from sin, He must deliver by His Hand. We cooperate with our lusts to the point that we do not realize that we are captive. Right when it looks like we will be destroyed, the Lord Sabaoth steps in to reclaim His People!

-1 s2011 DEC 10
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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

The Dreadfulness of Sin

Isaiah 10.5-19 God uses a judgment against Assyria to show Judah the horrible nature of sin. Sin does not recognize God’s handiwork in any way, but instead puffs us up with pride.The dual nature of fire shows us how God responds to our sin through burning judgment or salvation by His light.

-1 s2011 DEC 10
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The Dreadfulness of Sin

God Has to Have Mercy on Me, Right?

Isaiah 9.8-10.4 Our culture is filled with a spirit of entitlement. The Northern Kingdom of Israel had the same attitude after rejecting God. However, God asks a poignant question. “If you reject the True God, to whom will you cry out when His judgment falls on you?”

-1 s2011 DEC 10
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God Has to Have Mercy on Me, Right?

Feeling Depressed? Unto Us a Son Is Given

Isaiah 9.2-7 The tribes of Zebulun and Naphtali had every reason to feel depressed and isolated. However, God promises they will be the first to be invaded by the Messiah. He will throw off their chains of slavery forever.

-1 s2011 DEC 10
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Feeling Depressed? Unto Us a Son Is Given

Instruction for Living in the Kingdom of Messiah

Isaiah 8.19-9.1 In this passage, Isaiah learns a little about what it will look like when God comes to dwell among His people. In a culture that wants to turn to the dead for answers, God reminds Isaiah (and us) to look to Him.

-1 s2011 DEC 10
Comments
Instruction for Living in the Kingdom of Messiah

The Cross of Christ – The Center of All Mercy and Grace (and Judgment)

Isaiah 8.11-18 God encourages Isaiah not to live with the same mind set as the culture around him. God uses Paul to tell us the same thing in Romans 12:2. Starting with verse 12, God reveals to Isaiah at least three ways to walk counter-culturally. First, he must fear God, not men. Second, he must […]

-1 s2011 SEP 29
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The Cross of Christ – The Center of All Mercy and Grace (and Judgment)

Latest Episodes

Special Guest Sermon – Austin Wynn – The Eternal Weight of Glory

In late November, Bro. Austin Wynn delivered one of the best and most timely sermons ever preached at Talawanda Baptist Church. Listen to his sermon on weighing our suffering against the glory of God for which He prepares us. Advertisements

-1 s2011 DEC 29
Comments
Special Guest Sermon – Austin Wynn – The Eternal Weight of Glory

Make Great the Name of the Lord

Luke 1.39-56 Elizabeth, John the Baptist (from the womb), and Mary all live to give praise to God. Mary makes God’s name great through a song that tells of His mighty deeds for His People. We are compelled by their example to use our lives for the same purpose: to bring glory to God by […]

-1 s2011 DEC 29
Comments
Make Great the Name of the Lord

God Grants Grace to Mary and His People

Luke 1.26-38 While Mary’s character can be seen in other passages, God’s character is on display here. God gives grace to whom He wills. His grace is not earned, but freely given to His People.

-1 s2011 DEC 29
Comments
God Grants Grace to Mary and His People

A Day’s Work Like None Other

Luke 1.5-25 Luke begins his account of Jesus’ birth by telling us of the day when an otherwise ordinary Jewish priest had his prayers answered. God had not spoken to His people directly for over 400 years. That all changed when Zechariah encountered an unexpected visitor inside the temple.

-1 s2011 DEC 29
Comments
A Day’s Work Like None Other

A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

Isaiah 10.20-34 When God sets His People free from sin, He must deliver by His Hand. We cooperate with our lusts to the point that we do not realize that we are captive. Right when it looks like we will be destroyed, the Lord Sabaoth steps in to reclaim His People!

-1 s2011 DEC 10
Comments
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

The Dreadfulness of Sin

Isaiah 10.5-19 God uses a judgment against Assyria to show Judah the horrible nature of sin. Sin does not recognize God’s handiwork in any way, but instead puffs us up with pride.The dual nature of fire shows us how God responds to our sin through burning judgment or salvation by His light.

-1 s2011 DEC 10
Comments
The Dreadfulness of Sin

God Has to Have Mercy on Me, Right?

Isaiah 9.8-10.4 Our culture is filled with a spirit of entitlement. The Northern Kingdom of Israel had the same attitude after rejecting God. However, God asks a poignant question. “If you reject the True God, to whom will you cry out when His judgment falls on you?”

-1 s2011 DEC 10
Comments
God Has to Have Mercy on Me, Right?

Feeling Depressed? Unto Us a Son Is Given

Isaiah 9.2-7 The tribes of Zebulun and Naphtali had every reason to feel depressed and isolated. However, God promises they will be the first to be invaded by the Messiah. He will throw off their chains of slavery forever.

-1 s2011 DEC 10
Comments
Feeling Depressed? Unto Us a Son Is Given

Instruction for Living in the Kingdom of Messiah

Isaiah 8.19-9.1 In this passage, Isaiah learns a little about what it will look like when God comes to dwell among His people. In a culture that wants to turn to the dead for answers, God reminds Isaiah (and us) to look to Him.

-1 s2011 DEC 10
Comments
Instruction for Living in the Kingdom of Messiah

The Cross of Christ – The Center of All Mercy and Grace (and Judgment)

Isaiah 8.11-18 God encourages Isaiah not to live with the same mind set as the culture around him. God uses Paul to tell us the same thing in Romans 12:2. Starting with verse 12, God reveals to Isaiah at least three ways to walk counter-culturally. First, he must fear God, not men. Second, he must […]

-1 s2011 SEP 29
Comments
The Cross of Christ – The Center of All Mercy and Grace (and Judgment)