Monthly Archives: October 2016

If We Understood God

Someone has said that “If we understood God, He would then not be large enough to worship.” I do not agree with this, because in His Word we find enough information to understand Him. Here are just a few thoughts … Continue reading

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Fighting the Religious Straw Men of the Moral Majority and the Religious Right

This article originally appeared at Dr. Ronnie Floyd’s blog and is copied from SBC Today. As a local church pastor and leader, I stand amazed, but also burdened over the ongoing attacks that are aimed at what I call “religious straw … Continue reading

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Our Time May Be Coming…..

The crowd was sympathetic. Elizabeth Gaunt was not only an old woman, but known to many of the onlookers as a kindly Christian who helped the poor and exiles. But in the England of 1685, as in all of the … Continue reading

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Just for a day

A wood framed house, a picket fence The Bible belt and common sense. Where black and white, was our tv And people lived what they believed. An old Ford truck, with no seat belts Respect the flag is how we … Continue reading

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History is Important

History has been one of my favorite past times for many, many years because history helps me to put things into perspective. If we do not read of our successes and failures from yesteryear, we humans will tend to succeed … Continue reading

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Separating the Chaff From the Wheat….Would God Really Do THAT?

  Many who claim to be Christians might say, “No.” However, those of us who are Followers of the Christ KNOW that “Yes, God would REALLY DO THAT.” God is Who He is and often times He does surprise us because … Continue reading

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And Only a Few Are Chosen

The question is often asked, “How did we get here?” The only way to answer this question is to say, “We are reaping what we have sown.” There has been an argument for many years that supports the idea that … Continue reading

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