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Baptists–Same or Different

Same or different — While researching a topic yesterday, I ran across some thoughts about the IFB church that rang loudly within my being. This isn’t a ringing of something exciting and new but of remembrance and concern. The IFB… Continue Reading →

Spiritual Separation or Preference

It is of great concern that our churches are filled with preaching based on preference. That is, a pastor, deacon, evangelist, or teacher may interfere with the autonomy of a home by pushing their preference instead of what is clearly… Continue Reading →

Mature Christians

Maturity isn’t perfection but the realization of imperfection “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.”  1… Continue Reading →

Such As Keep

Sometimes as Christians we overlook the obvious in God’s Word, as this allows us to protect what we “think we know.” However, the phrase in Psalm 25:10 “unto such as keep” was raised up from the page by the Holy… Continue Reading →

Serve While Waiting

Noah– waited 120 years before the predicted rains arrived. Abraham waited 25 years for a promised son. Joseph– waited 14 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. Job– waited perhaps a lifetime, 60-70 years, for God’s justice. God… Continue Reading →

Why the USA is Failing — Fault of Christians

I believe whole heartily that God’s Word can stand on its own without our meager attempts to defend It. The Bible (KJV – King Jesus Version), takes our poor attempts at the exposition and performs a work despite our self-proclamation… Continue Reading →

Suddenly There Came

Acts 2: 1,2 “And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. 2 And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the… Continue Reading →

“Christian” School

Are the Christian schools in our region actually Christian? Right vs wrong, left vs right, black vs white, on vs off, popular vs unpopular, subjective vs objective ∞ For the purpose of this post, objectiveness is the driving force intertwined… Continue Reading →

High Rise Christians

Thought for the day: RISING HIGH — It seems that too many Christians have a piece of property, at the foot of the Cross, that rises far above others around them—-High Rise Christians Romans 12:3 “For I say, through the… Continue Reading →

The Church Constitution

–Thought for the day — however simple!– Isn’t it interesting that churches use the Constitution and bylaws to run the church? Incorporation is more like being in cahoots with the state — be careful! With shekels come shackles. By the… Continue Reading →

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