Please note that this is copyrighted material. It is freely available for anyone to download and use for their own personal use from this web site. It is our desire that this material be used by as many people as possible; however, to maintain the integrity of the material, we need to maintain some level of control over how it is used.
Except as noted in this paragraph, we do NOT grant permission to host these files on other sites, and doing so will be considered a violation of applicable copyright laws. You may host up to seven sermon audio files on your web site as long as a link to this web site (jameswknox.org) is included on the page with the files. Hosting any more than seven of these files will be pursued as a violation of applicable copyright laws.
Clicking on the links below will display a directory of the files on that topic. Each sermon audio file includes the date preached, the series name, and the sermon title. All files are in mp3 format. We try to find a good balance between high quality audio and having small enough files that they can be downloaded by those in other parts of the world where internet connections are very slow and unreliable.
Note that some of the longer file names are truncated. You can see the full name of the file (and the sermon title) by holding your cursor over the file name and looking at the information bar at the bottom of browser form.
Click here for a listing of sermons preached in 2010.
Click here for a listing of sermons preached in 2011.
Click here for a listing of sermons preached in 2012.
Note that sermons can not be ordered individually – this is simply a listing of what was preached. These sermons are usually available on CD from the web store.
Once a sermon series is completed, it will remain available for download for another week or so and will then be removed from the web site. Those sermons will then only be available on CD from the web store.
Other Voices You Might Hear On These Sermons
Sometimes Brother James’ microphone picks up the voices of those sitting near the front, and some folks have asked who those “other voices” are. There are usually plenty of “Amens” during a sermon but it’s the ones near the microphone that you’ll hear.
- The shouts of “Preach” and “That’s Right!” usually come from Brother Bernard – a man whose strong voice is used for some powerful street preaching; his years in the United States Marine Corps probably helped develop that strong voice.
- What may sound like someone having a hard time clearing their throat is probably Brother Bob (a.k.a., “Missionary Bob”). While a stroke has greatly affected his ability to speak, it hasn’t dampened his enthusiasm for the preaching of God’s word. “Missionary Bob” got his nickname from having spent most of his life on the mission field in Korea.
Text files for sermons with missing audio. When a sermon audio file is not available, either because it was not recorded, or it has not yet been processed, or there were technical problems with it, we try to upload a text file (.txt) using the same file name format. This is also used by the sound room crew to track what work still needs to be done. This was started in January 2013.
Sermons by David Brown
Sermons by Steve Jones
Sermons by Chris Riley
Sermons by Wade Shiu