God’s Gifts

David Bass opened services speaking about “God is on God’s Side“.

Keith West spoke about the Christmas season and God’s Gifts.


This sermon was recorded at
Oxford Primitive Baptist Church
Located in Oxford,Kansas

First Sunday in October at Oxford PBC

David Bass opened services by reading from Phil 4:4-8 and stating that verse 8 had a special meaning to him because his mother had shared it with him years ago.

Philippians 4:8  Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.”

Keith West read from the 13th through 16 chapters of Judges speaking very ably concerning the Life of Samson.

Judges 15:20 “And he (Samson) judged Israel in the days of the Philistines twenty years.

Judges 16:30  “And Samson said, Let me die with the Philistines. And he bowed himself with all his might; and the house fell upon the lords, and upon all the people that were therein. So the dead which he slew at his death were more than they which he slew in his life.”


This sermon was recorded at
Oxford Primitive Baptist Church
Located in Oxford,Kansas

The Good Shepherd

Randy McCarthy introduced services reading from John Chapter 10.

Keith West spoke about The Good Shepherd.

Psalm 23:1-3  The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.  He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.  He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.

Gender Equality; The Nature of Man

Randy McCarthy opened services reading from 2nd Corinthians (Chapter 1).

Keith West spoke on the issues of gender equality in our current society and on the nature of man.

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Keith West




Mark Wattenbarger spoke on the depravity of man.

Christmas Day – The Wise Men

Allen Daniels introduced services reading from Isaiah Chapter 42 (Isa. 42: 1-14)

Keith West spoke on the topic of trusting in the Lord in the time of tribulations.




Mark Wattenbarger continued in the book of Isaiah (Isa. 42:22-25) on the prophecy of the birth of Jesus.  He continued in the New Testament focusing on the arrival of the wise men following the star in the east.

Trusting In & Having Courage In God

randyMc_1_cropRandy McCarthy opened services by reading from Ephesians 1:3-11 and Romans 8:28-29 and spoke briefly about predestination.  God predestined, or determined beforehand, the destiny of His people before the creation of the world.  This destiny includes the facts that we would be adopted as God’s children, that we would have an eternal inheritance, and that we would be conformed to the image and glory of His Son Jesus Christ.


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Trusting in God

Keith preached on how the Scriptures teach us to trust God.  He noted that our national motto (“In God We Trust”) is present on the currency of the United States.  To trust God means that we need to believe that He is able and willing to do what He has promised.  He observed that since God created everything (Gen 1:1), it is not difficult for Him to do other things within His creation.  Keith brought to mind three important characters who were presented with challenges of faith and who reacted in different ways (Zechariah, Luke 1:11-20; Mary, Luke 1:26-38; and Joseph, Matt 1:18-25).  Keith encouraged us to be faithful to God’s promises even when we don’t understand how He will fulfill them.

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Mark Wattenbarger

Having Courage in God

Mark followed up with the same theme by examining the life of Joshua.  Joshua had been present during all the great works that God did through Moses in redeeming the nation of Israel from Egypt, giving them the Law and Tabernacle service, and providing for them in the wilderness.  Nevertheless, it was something else when it became apparent that Joshua, not Moses, would be the one leading the people into the promised land.  Both Moses and God told Joshua to “be strong and of a good courage.” Deut 31:7; Josh 1:6; Josh 1:9).  Most importantly, Mark pointed out that God further said to Joshua, “Have I not commanded thee?”  Mark encouraged us that, just like Joshua, if God commands us to do something, He will most certainly give us the grace and power to carry out His tasks.

Providence of God

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For the kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.


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Providence of God

Keith & Randy

kwest-newKeith West discussed the 46th Psalm.



randyMc_1_cropRandy McCarthy discussed Psalms 2 & 2nd Samuel – Chapter 5



Keith West [FPBA-OK 2014] – Saturday Afternoon

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First PB Association-OK 2014
July 12, Saturday Afternoon  – 2nd Minister