Monthly Archives: January 2019

Evangelism 101 – Know Your Sins

“If you did not know your body was dangerously ill, you would never have sent for your physician; and so you will never go to Christ, the heavenly Physician, unless you feel that your soul is sick even unto death.” Continue reading

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Six Short Rules for Christians

Never take your Christianity from Christians, or argue that because such and such people do so and so, therefore, you may. Continue reading

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One in Christ

If we are to regain the New Testament concept of fellowship within the community, we must learn to get beyond the temporal issues of the day and begin to share with each other on a level that will enhance our spiritual relationships with one another and with God. Continue reading

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Return to Me…

We must never forget that our repentance is a turning from sin and a turning to God. A repentance that dwells in the valley of the shadow of death, mourning sin but never getting past it, is only a partial repentance.  Continue reading

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We are Gomer

We are Gomer. We are the slave sold on the auction block of sin. Continue reading

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