The Bible-Teaching Ministry of Dr. Richard L. Strauss

During his 30-year Christian ministry, Dr. Strauss shared approximately 1500 sermon messages. Some walk through books of the Bible. Others are topical. All are Bible-based and thus profitable for our use and edification.

Learn what it means to be a Christian and how to grow in your relationship with God by listening to a message today.
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Sermon for the Month of June

Standing Alone: Listen now

  • Richard L. Strauss, Th.D. Dallas Theological Seminary

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  • Over 1500 Sermons—each useful in your spiritual walk

Christian Adventure

The Christian adventure is one worth living when you are living to glorify God, thanking Him for both trials and treasures, communicating with Him through prayer and worship, and seeking His will. Are you sure you are a Christian? This series starts off with how to know that you are. From there, you'll learn the five principles of listening so you can learn from those who are teaching the Word. You'll also learn how to know the will of God, how to make your prayer life more effective and meaningful, and much more.

Rewards for Believers

Salvation is given freely to us through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of our sins. But we show our faith through our works. We can't help but do works (everyday action), but some of these are for our own satisfaction and some are for the glory of God. Paul wrote to the Christians at Corinth, "For no other foundation can anyone lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ. Now if anyone builds on this foundation with gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, straw, each one's work will become clear; for the Day will declare it, because it will be revealed by fire; and the first will test each one's work, of what sort it is. If anyone's work which he has built on it endures, he will receive a reward." This series discusses just what kind of rewards may be given to believers.

Romans

The Apostle Paul wrote to the Christians at Rome; his letter is recorded in the book of Romans. Paul was "set apart," called to share the good news. Why do we need this good news of the gospel? Paul first shows how the wrath of God is against our sinfulness and ungodliness, making his case in the first several chapters. But he goes on to show that there is hope because through Christ, we can be declared righteous. Having been justified, Paul exhorts us to walk according to the spirit, first by transforming our minds. This is one of the most important concepts relating to Christian living found in the entire Bible. Learn about it in this Bible study on the book of Romans.

These and other transcripts are available for several series. MP3 and WMA audio is available for all series listed in the Sermons pages (books of the Bible and topical studies).

 

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