Monday, June 26, 2017

Learning With Christian Audio Sermons

By Betty Hall

Today there are many evangelists and Bible scholars on television and radio. Getting Christian audio sermons is easy. Most ministries have online stores offering past lessons, and many also give away their more popular ones in return for donations. Other organizations may post them online, where you can listen to them for free.

These are a great resource for anyone who wishes to learn more about the Bible or to deepen their faith. There are great men and women of God who lecture their congregations or audiences on a daily or weekly schedule. With recordings, these speakers can reach millions of people as well. Many believers have their favorite preachers and plan their days so they won't miss a message.

Listening to an uplifting discussion while driving to and from work can take a lot of the pain out of commuting. It also means that you can fit valuable bible teaching into your busy schedule; it's like attending a seminary while you also take care of everyday business. With a portable player, you can even listen while exercising or riding on the bus.

A recording is also great if you fail to grasp the full meaning of a lesson the first time you hear it. Repeating it over again might let you really get it. If it's a message you feel is truly valuable, you might want to hear it more than once, too. A repeated teaching will be retained instead of forgotten as soon as it's over.

Preachers can make a great impact on their listeners and on society as a whole. Doctor James Dobson is a man who didn't follow his father and grandfather into church ministry. Instead, he became a psychologist and then began to speak and write about marriage, parenting, and family values. Millions have listened to this man on the radio and learned how to be better husbands and wives, fathers and mothers.

Pastors of a church would only be heard by their own congregations if it were not for recorded sermons. Charles Stanley, based in North Carolina, is a household name. Texas pastor Robert Jeffries, Californian Chip Ingram, and many others are heard by millions on radio and television. People follow bible teachers whose books they might never read.

Ask almost any believer and you will find that they value being able to listen to Christian teachings. Many say that their lives have been changed by revelations of biblical truths they were not understanding from their own reading of scripture. For example, learning the meaning of the Greek or Hebrew word used originally can change the whole nature of the text. Others like hearing the experiences of believers who have battled similar problems and come out victorious.

Learning how to incorporate biblical precepts into daily life is critical to righteousness. Recordings allow speakers to instruct people they will never meet in person. The resources available to those of us who desire to hear the Word of God and walk devoutly are almost limitless. Each of us will be sure to find a lesson or a series of lessons by a speaker that tells truth in a way we can hold on to.

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