Arapaho Road Audio Podcasts of weekly Sunday sermons from Arapaho Road.

September 16, 2018  
Find out what it looks like when the Lord restores the joy of His salvation in our lives.
 
 
 
Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
September 9, 2018  
Text: Psalm 145:1-7 (The Message)
Find out what it means for one generation to tell the next generation the mighty acts of God and what it looks like to step into the story God continues to write for His church.
 
Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
September 2, 2018  
Text: Isaiah 30:15, 18-21, 26:8
Find out why it’s important that we not only wait on the Lord, but also that the Lord waits on us.
 
Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
August 26, 2018  
Join Pastor David on a reflective walk through passages from Jeremiah.
 
Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
August 19, 2018  
Listen as Pastor David and Alison share their reflections as their family returned from Clergy Renewal Leave.
 
Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
August 12, 2018  

Dr. Bob Dean

 John records that on the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles, Jesus said in a loud voice, “If anyone is thirsty, let him come to me and drink.” (John 7:37) In Isaiah 55, God said through the prophet, “Come, all you who are thirsty, come to the waters; and you who have no money, come, buy, and eat!” (Isaiah 55:1) As we think about the wonderful truths about our Savior from Isaiah, how do we respond to this glorious invitation of Jesus to come to Him?

 

Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
August 5, 2018  
Dr. Bob Dean
 
When Jesus returned to his hometown of Nazareth, He went to the synagogue.  They asked him to read the scripture.  He read from Isaiah 61 and then declared, “Today this scripture is fulfilled in our hearing.” (Luke 4:21) Jesus clearly claimed to be the Messiah promised in Isaiah 61 who will not only preach “good news” and “freedom” but will also “bind up the brokenhearted.”
 
Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
July 29, 2018  
Dr. Bob Dean
 
God promised through Isaiah that He “will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast.” (26:3) Isaiah 48:18 teaches that if we obey God’s commands, our peace can be like a river.  Jesus said in John 14:27, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you.”  In Isaiah 26, we learn how to experience God’s peace like a river. 
 
Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
July 22, 2018  
Dr. Bob Dean
 
In this message, Dr. Dean will share how Isaiah prophesied that the Messiah “will swallow up death forever” (Isaiah 25:8). Paul wrote to Timothy that Jesus has “destroyed death” (2 Timothy 1:10), and Hebrews 2:14-15 states that Jesus has destroyed the devil who holds the power of death to “free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death.”  What does it mean for the believer that Jesus has destroyed death?
 
Arapaho Road Baptist Church
Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00
July 15, 2018  

Dr. Bob Dean

 One of the most precious promises in the Bible is the forgiveness of sins.  No rational person can deny our need of forgiveness.  The gospel promises that salvation through Jesus Christ means eternal life with God in heaven (John 3:16) and the forgiveness of sins (Acts 3:19). How is forgiveness possible? What does it mean that God will remember our sins no more? How should we live because we have received in Christ the forgiveness of sins?

 

Arapaho Road Baptist Church

Sunday Morning Service at 10:45am
2256 Arapaho Road
Garland, TX  75044
00:0000:00

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