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Nighttime Promises for 2022

December 28, 2021

I have always enjoyed sunset times. I like the daytime, too, of course. I love the beautiful sunshine, the flowers, the trees, the birds, the leaves and all of the sights and the sounds of the daytime. However, there always been something special to me about sunset time when part of nature is going to sleep. In the nighttime many decisions are made. Sometimes the nighttime is a difficult time. Sometimes we wrestle with things in the nighttime and it’s not easy. Maybe the load of grief you’ve been going through for a period of time now seems to get heavier during the nighttime hours. Maybe the feeling of loneliness…

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The Evidences of A Saved Life: Acts Series #37

December 22, 2021

From the 21st chapter of Acts on to the conclusion, we have the series of circumstances which brought the Apostle Paul from the city of Jerusalem to the city of Rome. Paul had a great desire to go to Rome. The Lord made it possible for him to do so. When Paul came to Jerusalem, some of the Believers pointed out to him that some were accusing him of violating the Old Testament law and teaching contrary to the Old Testament Scriptures. So, they have asked him to be part of a special ceremony along with some other men. When some of the enemies of the Gospel saw him in…

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The Evidences of A Saved Life: Acts Series #37

December 21, 2021

From the 21st chapter of Acts on to the conclusion, we have the series of circumstances which brought the Apostle Paul from the city of Jerusalem to the city of Rome. Paul had a great desire to go to Rome. The Lord made it possible for him to do so. When Paul came to Jerusalem, some of the Believers pointed out to him that some were accusing him of violating the Old Testament law and teaching contrary to the Old Testament Scriptures. So, they have asked him to be part of a special ceremony along with some other men. When some of the enemies of the Gospel saw him in…

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The Evidences of A Saved Life: Acts Series #37

From the 21st chapter of Acts on to the conclusion, we have the series of circumstances which brought the Apostle Paul from the city of Jerusalem to the city of Rome. Paul had a great desire to go to Rome. The Lord made it possible for him to do so. When Paul came to Jerusalem, some of the Believers pointed out to him that some were accusing him of violating the Old Testament law and teaching contrary to the Old Testament Scriptures. So, they have asked him to be part of a special ceremony along with some other men. When some of the enemies of the Gospel saw him in…

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The Ultimate Satisfaction: Acts Series #36

December 14, 2021

The Lord Jesus said on one occasion, “Not my will, but thine be done.” The friends of the Apostle Paul said to him, “the will of the Lord be done.” I wonder if you can say from the very depths of your being and really mean it in your soul—“I want God’s will to be done for my life.” The Apostle Paul is convinced in his heart that the will of God for Him is to go to the city of Jerusalem. As he makes his journey toward Jerusalem, his friends and those who love him the most have come to understand by the Holy Spirit that Paul is going…

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Watch Out for the Wolves: Acts Series #35

December 7, 2021

We have now come to part of Apostle Paul’s farewell address to the elders of the church of Ephesus. It is apparent when you read these words that the Apostle Paul dearly loved the church of the Lord. In fact, he refers to it in his message as the Church of God. Also, Paul refers to it with the term of endearment—the flock. He hadn’t always loved the church. Before his conversion, he hated the church. He did everything he knew to stifle the church and to stamp it out. He even went on a trip to Damascus to find some people who were part of the Church to persecute…

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The Measurement of a Man: Acts Series #34

November 30, 2021

The Apostle Paul was revisiting a strategic mission field, the Bible tells us, and as he came to Miletus, he gathered with him the elders of the Ephesian Church. He took the time to walk and talk with them down memory lane. They talked about the good times they had had together and how God had blessed and poured out His blessings. Paul rehearsed it all. Here is what happened next, starting from Acts 20:36. “And when he had thus spoken, he kneeled down and prayed with them all. And they all wept sore and fell on Paul’s neck and kissed him, sorrowing most of all for the words that…

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The Global Pentecost: Acts Series #33

November 23, 2021

Have you ever seen that sign which says, “If you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?” The question is—if you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you? Is there evidence in your life that confirms you are a born-again believer? Do you have the evidence? If someone should ask the question of those who work with you, are you a Christian? What would they say? Or, if someone should ask those who are in your social group, what would they say? Or, if somebody came to your house and talked to the folks who live…

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It’s Always Too Soon To Quit: Acts Series #32

November 16, 2021

  Photo Credit: Gripped, The Climbing Magazine, October 29, 2021, Normal Purge Climbing World Highest 14 Peaks In 189 Days I am sure that most of us have come to a time in our lives, when we felt like giving up. It may have been the daily pressures of work or your business. It may have been that the spiritual burden you were carrying on your heart became too heavy to bear alone. It may have been the worries about the future that dragged you down to the point of giving up. I believe that all of us would agree there are times when the burdens of life become like a…

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Fifty Years of Innovative Church Evangelism

November 13, 2021

During the 1950s a negative dread swept over Protestant churches, many mainline denominations reported a decline in attendance, membership, and offerings. A newspaper article shocked readers when it announced, “God is Dead.” What else could be the response when nationally recognized churches were declining? But against that national gloom, a bright new movement dawned. Several innovative expressions of evangelistic outreaches among evangelical churches showed optimism. As an interested observer and/or participant at Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg, Virginia, I began writing on the new movement in church growth, specifically among evangelical churches, (1) the explosion of large Sunday schools, (2) next the praise/worship church, and (3) and finally, the multisite…

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