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Best Tim McCool podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tim McCool podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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In the series on the hall of faith, the next person we consider is Abraham. By faith Abraham was called to go out, go walk about and go up to offer Isaac. In this message, Brother Tim looks at how relative Abraham’s faith is to our faith today. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/08.02.20.Abraham.Goes_.in_.mp3 Abraham Goes in Fai…
 
What if the Lord told you he was coming in a few days? What would you do different? How would you change your daily routine? This is essentially what happened to Noah. God told Noah a secret and Noah moved in respect and awe of Gods word. In this message, Brother Tim examines how our situations are similar to Noah’s. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-…
 
In an introduction to a new series on Proverbs 31, Elder Luke Hagler takes up the important issue of the need for virtuous women. In a culture that praises women being aggressive and provocative, it is eye-opening to see what God praises, and how vastly different it is from cultural norms. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/07.2…
 
In the sacrifice of Christ, we find an eternal gift that will redound to God’s glory forever. But the Father still gives gifts to us today, in addition to that ultimate gift of eternal life in Christ. In this message, Elder Neil Honea speaks of the gifts that God still gives from above. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/07.12.2…
 
With so much unrest, it seems harder for a child of God to find a place of rest. In this message preached on Wednesday night service, Elder Luke Hagler presents two examples from the scripture of how we can find rest, even in very difficult and trying times. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/07.08.20.Bro_.Luke_.How_.to_.Find_.R…
 
What can we do in such a time as this? As things seem to grow worse and worse, do we feel insignificant? No doubt the Israelites felt helpless when in bondage in Egypt. But they did something that we can also do today. They sighed, they cried, and the Lord heard on high. In this message, Brother Tim preaches about the significance of sighing and cr…
 
The old familiar account of David versus Goliath is a time-worn, glorious event of victory. In this message preached at Gum Log PBC near Meridian, MS, Brother McNeil Honea looks at this familiar story with the view of showing beautiful pictures of Christ in the brave example of David. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/07.05.20.…
 
In this message from an ongoing series on the book of Proverbs, Brother Tim examines the subject of forgiveness. This is an issue we all deal with, as we are often offended. But the Lord has set the ultimate example of how to process offenses and dealing with such issues. It is not to seethe within, or blow up, but to cover the offense in the way C…
 
As Brother Tim continues the tour of the Great Hall of Faith in Hebrews 11, in this message he considers how faith helps us offer acceptable sacrifices to the Lord. The first person of faith who is identified by name in the great hall is Abel. If we understand how Abel, by faith offered, we can learn how we offer acceptable sacrifices by faith. htt…
 
It seems that many today see Jesus as still traveling up the road to the cross, and not in his current form – accomplished, risen and reigning. In this message, Elder Graham Sims, pastor of Wilson Creek PBC in Smyrna, TN, encourages us to not just look at Jesus on the way to the cross, but as the victorious Champion that He is. http://www.bethlehem…
 
As a Jew, the Apostle Peter was well acquainted with the Mosaic law. So in 1 Peter we find significant allusions and references to the Passover lamb and certain aspects of the law. Brother McNeil Honea shares the greater meaning of the law, as Peter described it, when he presented the picture of the Lamb of God http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-conten…
 
With the click of a button, events on the other side of the world come to our attention. How do we process this, especially if it has no immediate bearing on our own community. In this message Brother Luke Hagler presents the answer to this issue, by examining the difference between busybodies and peace makers. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-conten…
 
We have all heard it said, “He is in a bad place…” when referring to situations people get into. Can we agree that we, as a nation, are in a “bad place”? When the world can be shut down by a microscopic germ, we are in a bad place. Usually we think that to get out of a bad place, we want to make it to a good place, but in reality it is quite differ…
 
Just like using peppermint treats to catch horses, so the devil will use any tactic he can to captivate and capture God’s children. In this message preached at Vestavia Primitive Baptist Church in Birmingham, Elder Luke Hagler presents the truth of how the adversary Satan tries to snare us in. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/…
 
During good or bad times, faith is essential. But what exactly is faith? Faith is a term we are so familiar with yet do we really understand what it is and what the object of faith is? In this message, Brother Tim takes us on a tour of “The Great Hall of Faith”. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/06.14.20.the_.Great_.Hall_.of_.f…
 
Last week Brother Tim spoke of worship, specifically asking the question, “Where is the Lamb?” This week, he asks the question, “Where are we when it comes to worship?” Coming before the Lord to worship involves the Lamb, but it also involves us coming before the Lord in the beauty of holiness. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06…
 
When David brought the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem, it was a momentous occasion. After a first attempt to bring the ark failed, David endeavored to try again. In this message, Brother McNeil Honea speaks of the importance of not letting anything distract us when we come before the Lord to worship. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads…
 
As many churches seek to re-enter public worship, it is a great time to examine what worship is all about. How do we actually connect with God in worship? In this message, Brother Tim presents the truth that it all comes down to one simple thing – a Lamb. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/05.17.20.Worship.Where_.is_.the_.Lamb_.…
 
Regret will visit us all at some point. How we process that regret makes a huge difference in our lives. There can be no greater example than Paul, who actually killed Christians. In this message, Brother Luke presents the Bible truths of how to deal with the demon of regret. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/05.17.20.Bro_.Luke…
 
In what appears to be the final drive in service, Brother Tim looks at the prisoner Ezekiel, who was a prisoner of war in the prison camp outside the great city of Babylon. Perhaps we have felt like prisoners captive away from the motherland due to the recent world events. But rest assured, heavenly Jerusalem, the mother of us all – the church of o…
 
When we look around at the kingdoms and governments of men, it can become disheartening to see so little regard for the Lord. But when we consider that the only Kingdom that will last through all of the fallen kingdoms of men is the Lord’s Kingdom, over which He is the King, we can be reassured. In this message, Brother Luke examines the kingdoms o…
 
In this message, Brother John Morgan Owens uses examples of how salvation came to two houses, to help us understand what it really means to make a decision for Christ. Unlike modern thinking on this phrase, the real decision for Christ is made when born again believers choose to be disciples of the Lord. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploa…
 
Jonah followed his own selfish signs and he wound up going down in a harsh way. And yet in the New Testament, Jesus points to none other than Jonah when describing what the people of Israel should be looking for. In this message, Brother Tim examines how Jonah’s self-serving signs were obliterated by the Sign of Jonah. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/w…
 
The Bible compares discipleship to building a tower. A half-finished tower or a tower that is torn down would make the builder look very foolish. In this message, Brother Luke examines the effort and construction that goes into building our tower of discipleship. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/05.03.20.Bro_.Luke_.Tower_.of_.…
 
In using three objects to compare to types of people, Brother Tim looks at several scripture examples that reveal what people are made of. The heat will always show the heart, and if we are not founded upon the Rock Christ Jesus, we will melt in the fires of life. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/04.26.20.Marshmallows.jelly_.b…
 
Is the gospel an offer of eternal life? Is it a ransom note by which the Lord holds our salvation as ransom until we pay up? In this message, Brother Luke Hagler presents the useful way in which the gospel is to be used for born again children of God. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/04.26.20.Bro_.Luke_.what_.is_.the_.gospel.m…
 
From the examples of people being born again, to the descriptions of the way the new birth occurs, the scriptures reveal that to be born again is completely the work of the Lord. In the concluding message of a series on the basics of salvation, Bro. Luke preaches on the subject of the new birth, and how it ties into evangelism and discipleship. htt…
 
In this message, Elder Buddy Abernathy takes up the subject of the role of ministers. By examining an Old Testament prophet who had an encounter with a wicked king, Brother. Buddy points out simple truths about the responsibility of ministers. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/04.15.20.Bro_.Buddy_.What_.is_.the_.Primary.Resp_.o…
 
In this message, brother Luke takes up the subject of God’s sovereignty in electing a people to be saved. When we understand God’s character and man’s depravity, the loving truth of God choosing a people is easy to embrace. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/04.05.20.Bro_.Luke_.God_.is_.Sovereign.mp3 God is Sovereign…
 
We all love happy endings, and fairy tales usually provide a happy ending. But the truth is a true happy ending is always conditioned with “until” something happens to mess up the happy ending. In this message, Brother Tim presents an upgrade from the worldly “happy endings”, which involves a much greater end result. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-…
 
In this message, Brother Luke continues to examine the fundamentals of the faith. The atonement that Christ accomplished on the cross was sufficient to pay for all of the sins of every single one of His chosen. In a message that hearkens to the power and provision of our Lord, Brother Luke presents a beautiful picture of how Christ will lose none o…
 
A society goes as the family goes. And in our society we have completely lost sight of the age-old practice of family worship. In this message, Brother Tim emphasizes the importance of including family worship in our homes, especially in light of our present circumstance. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/04.08.20.wed_.night_.F…
 
In this message, Elder Chris McCool recounts the hatred the world had for Christ when he was on this earth. And unlike our experience, when we are often to blame for many sinful things, our Savior was hated without a cause. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/04.01.20.Bro_.Chris_.Hated_.without.a.cause_.mp3 Hated Without a Cause…
 
In troubled and tumultuous times, upheaval and change always leads to fear. In the days of Isaiah, during uncertain times, with the future unclear, in the shadows of the death of an earthly king who reigned for 52 years, Isaiah was blessed to see the King of Kings, high and lifted up. In this message, Pastor Tim preaches on the heavenly perspective…
 
When we look at our condition in nature, without God intervening, it is a pitiful sight. In this message preached by Elder Luke Hagler, he brings forth a fundamental and basic view that we should have of what we are without God. This should yield a humble thankfulness to our merciful Lord. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/03.2…
 
In this message, Elder Neil Honea addresses the reality of quarantine from a historical perspective. Since it is nothing new to society, we should not view being quarantined as the end of the world. Instead we should remember that the Lord is with us whether we are quarantined or not. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/03.29.20.…
 
In this message preached on the second drive in Sunday service, Brother McNeil Honea looks at the book of Exodus. The groaning of the children of Israel was frequent, and the Lord heard them every time. In these uncertain times, we should never forget that the Lord hears our groaning. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/03.29.20.…
 
In the third message of the drive-in service, Elder Luke Hagler addresses a question that has been on the minds of many of God’s children – What is the role of government in relation to God? And most importantly, how do we differentiate between a government interference with our exercise of religion, versus complying with useful laws. In this messa…
 
In the second message of the drive in service, Elder Neil Honea presents a timely message that relates to our current situation. There are many who are fearful of virus and of government rules. No matter what our state may be, we should interact with our brothers and sisters in mercy, which is the way the Lord interacts with us. http://www.bethlehe…
 
In the first message of a drive-in service, young Brother McNeil Honea exhorts the morning worshipers to remember that no matter what circumstances we face in this life, the promises of God are still true. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/03.22.20.drive_.in_.svc_.McNeil.Gods_.promises.mp3 God’s Promises…
 
We have heard the old saying, a picture is worth 1000 words. But one of the names of Christ is the “Word”. And truly, when it comes to His impact on His children, The Word (Jesus) is worth 1000 pictures. In this message, Brother Tim presents the meaning of Jesus’ name as the Word of God. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/03.15.…
 
In the first message that Jesus preached in his hometown, he spoke of his sovereignty. The reaction to this message was violent, as they led him out to the brow of the hill to cast him down! In this message, Brother Luke presents a view of God’s sovereignty that is much needed for all of God’s children. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/upload…
 
In this message, Brother Luke Hagler speaks about the concept of fairness. Many think that it would be unfair for God to not treat everyone alike. Yet the Bible doesn’t speak in terms of fairness, but mercy and grace. When we understand how we have offended a Holy God, it moves us away from thoughts of fairness. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-conte…
 
In this message, Brother McNeil Honea speaks from Matthew 5:8. There are many impure distractions we can put in front of us that will prevent us from seeing God. When we recognize what those distractions are and purge them from our sight, we are striving for purity, and gain a vision of God we could not have without purifying. http://www.bethlehemp…
 
In the continuation of a message from last week, Brother Tim preaches about how cultures from the past have been influenced. In looking at our culture today, the Lord Jesus invoked some of these cultures in comparison. It is important for us to recognize just how greatly we are influenced today by our media culture. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-c…
 
When we view the evil all around us and the darkness that seems to pervade in the world, it is easy to forget the Lord. In this message, Brother Neil uses several examples from scripture that encourage us all to remember the Lord when the future seems bleak. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/03.08.20.Bro_.Neil_.Remember.the_.mp…
 
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