Most major cities around the world usually feature various monuments that remind passers-by of significant milestones in our history. One book of the Bible mentions seven monuments that God's people built. Joshua 4 shows God's people erecting a monument at Gilgal to remind them of God's faithfulness in bringing Israel into the Promised Land. The stone monument over Achan and his family (Joshua 7) served as a visual reminder of the consequences of disobedience. Joshua 8 has two additional markers. One point outs that God restores us after our sin and another emphasizes the importance of honoring God's law. What events or circumstances in your past serve as lasting reminders to you of God's faithfulness, warnings of disobeying God's law, or as evidence of God's forgiveness and restoration in your life? Let these ancient monuments constructed in Joshua as well as those in your own life remind you that God has been our help in ages past and He is our hope for years to come.
As we start a new year, we appreciate our broadcasters who constantly are reminding us of God's faithfulness as they proclaim His Word on SermonAudio. Here's some feedback they have shared with us recently.
But first, some other encouragements!
Happy New Year from all of us at SermonAudio to all of our broadcasters and listeners! Read all about the exciting things we‚Äôve got planned for 2018! www.sermonaudio.com/newyear
Encouraging broadcaster feedback..
Below is some of the feedback from broadcasters we've received just this past week. We encourage you to contact them and tell them that you saw them here!
Barry Parsons, Harvest Fellowship of Colebrookdale www.sermonaudio.com/harvestfellowship"We are a small church in rural Pennsylvania, but through your site we are able to reach the nations. The extent of the outreach we have through SermonAudio astounds us! Hardly a week goes by that we don‚Äôt have more downloads on SermonAudio than we have people in attendance in our church. People who have listened to our sermons connect with us occasionally. We have sent material to a church leader in China who listened to our sermons and requested additional resources. Whenever I meet solid pastors, I ask them if they are on SermonAudio. If they are not, I ask them, ‚ÄúWhy aren‚Äôt you?‚ÄĚ Purely from a mission perspective it is worth every dollar we spend. Some years our missions budget is one-third of our annual church budget, however, SermonAudio is the best investment we make every year for missions. Thank you for all you do."
Pastor D. A. Waite, Bible For Today Baptist Church www.sermonaudio.com/biblefortoday"Our Bible For Today Baptist Church has benefited by using the SermonAudio.com for many years. It has enabled us to stream our Sunday morning, Sunday afternoon, and Thursday services around the world 24/7. We have heard from many throughout the USA and from foreign countries as well who are listening to our services by this streaming means."
Anna Pierce, Secretary, Harvest Community Church www.sermonaudio.com/jerrybarber"I had never heard of SermonAudio before but our church has been on the site for about six months now. It is exactly what we needed. Your site is very user-friendly and I love letting others know about this resource. We are hoping to put lots of our pastor‚Äôs older sermons on the site eventually. I love listening to current sermons on the site as well as sermons from the past."
Harold McMillian, Heritage Baptist Church www.sermonaudio.com/youthman1611"You have been a real blessing to us in helping our outreach. We are able to reach several different states as well as our several other countries with our sermons. We just had someone visit our church from the west coast who had moved to our area. They found us through SermonAudio! Thank you for making this possible."
We would encourage you to read through more testimonials we've received over the years from both listeners and broadcasters alike.