New Audio Messages Online

The following messages are not available for online listening or to be downloaded as MP3’s:

“A Relationship With Christ” by Bryan Samms. Preached Wednesday night, May 23, 2012, at LBC. A great challenge to develop a relationship with Jesus Christ by spending time in His Word. Download MP3. Listen Now

“My Reins In The Night Season.” David said, “My reins also instruct me in the night season.” He compared himself to a horse on a midnight ride, trusting the hands that held his reins. How responsive are you to God’s leadership? How submissive and sensitive to His touch? This Sunday night message describes what to do when you can’t see where you are going, through the night seasons of life. Download MP3. Listen Now.

“God Killed My Gourd!” Jonah had a problem with selfwill. When God’s will went contrary to Jonah’s will, Jonah ran from God. After some time in Whale Belly University, Jonah did what he was supposed to, but with a bad spirit. He went but he did not care. He preached but he did not want them to repent. When they did, Jonah’s bad spirit was clearly revealed. His anger over the dead gourd spoke volumes. This Wednesday night message is a dare to look inside. Download MP3. Listen Now.

“Impossible.” If God says it is impossible, then it is impossible. Not improbable. Not unlikely. Impossible. This Sunday morning message discusses five things that the Bible says are absolutely IMPOSSIBLE. Download MP3. Listen Now.

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About James Rasbeary

I am the pastor of the Lighthouse Baptist Church in Wylie, Texas. Check out my blog at
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One Response to New Audio Messages Online

  1. Richard says:

    “God Killed My Gourd!” is highly recommended; quite convicting. “Impossible” is great, also.

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