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C.I.B.C. - PREACHING - 26 April 2017 Wednesday Night - Pastor Hoose PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! Enjoy this video of some great bible preaching during one of our services. If you want to find out more about our church please visit our ...
The Preeminence of Christ (Independent fundamental baptist preaching) Preaching from the Pulpit of the Salem Baptist Church, Cincinnati, OH Pastor Phillip Blackwell Sunday Morning March 5, 2017 Title: The Preeminence of Christ ...
1-26-17 Sun, Am (Special Singing and preaching) Old Fashioned Sunday www.IslandFordBaptistChurch.Com ISLAND FORD BAPTIST CHURCH 2124 NC hwy 67, Jonesville NC 28642 -336-526-3900 -Pastor: ...
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WELCOME BACK, BARNABUS. We have been on an extended sabbatical as some of you know. Health issues; but what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Now we are on the mend and ready to share with you some of the events, people and politics of the Middle East, with the spotlight on Israel, as well as some commentary on other parts of the world as events draw our attention. In Israel, Bibi is still the PM. The longest serving in Israel's modern history. He has the confidence of the voting majority because they know that he works very hard to keep the nation safe. Bibi and Trump have this in common – they are constantly under attack by the media and the miserable liberals. There. You see my politics are not neutral. I am a Biblical conservative and a political conservative. No apologies. There are certainly enough liberals for you to read if you want to. From this page, you can expect the truth, but without all the fluff of someone who wants to believe that all positions are true. Not so. We believe that the Bible is the Word of God, preserved and presented for the edification of all who will believe. Politically we are staunch Constitutionalist. We don't want to change it, apologize for it or reject it for some kind of silly socialism. Regarding Israel: we support the nation Israel. And before you think that we might agree to the two state solution, let me say that if the Palestinians could have shown their ability to run a government, then they could have done it by now. They have not. Israel allows Arabs, Jews and Christians to hold full citizenship. They are treated equally under the law, and the law-abiding folks can start a business, live peacefully and get an education. Those who break the laws will feel the full weight of the law on them. That, we believe, is as it should be. That's not to say that we believe Israel is perfect. Far from it. Taxes and corruption are in full swing. If you want to buy an automobile then expect to pay about twice what one will cost you in the US. Taxes. But the government provides a certain amount of healthcare, and other benefits. And the military costs about twenty-eight percent of the government's income. The cost of being a Jewish nation in an area surrounded by Arab lands that don't want them there. One thing that I love about Israel is the steadfastness of the people. I've lived in Israel during three of their wars. I've watched them withstand suicide bombers, rocket attacks and armed attacks. I've seen the blood on the ground, shed by innocent civilians and I've witnessed the cheering by Palestinians that disgust me. But one thing that has impressed me was the fact that Israelis – regardless of the attacks – keep moving ahead. They go to work. They serve in the military or other public services. They believe in their nation and they get on with life. Sadder, but moving ahead. On the bombings: We have been to the bombing sites while the shed blood was still warm. The dead and injured are taken away, the blood is hosed away and the buildings are rebuilt. And the people are shockingly determined that it will not eradicate their nation. The purpose of terrorism is to strike terror into the hearts of the people. Well, it certainly does that at times, but it does not deter them. I admire that. We have both Arab and Jewish and Christian friends. Not just cultural Christians, but born-again believers. The Arabs are hard working people, just as the others are. And virtually all of these groups are careful about who they allow into their hearts. It takes time, being proven as a friend, and patience, but when they allow you in, you are in. I remember an Arab plumber who worked in our apartment complex some years back. He went about his work quietly and was good at what he did. One day he was working at our apartment and I made him some tea. We sat and enjoyed it and discussed his family briefly. We talked again and again. One day the manager of the complex was there and the man said to him that I was a “good man” by which he meant that I was to be trusted and was friendly. The manager later told me that I had befriended the toughest man he employed. The manager was an Israeli. An Israeli friend had stomach cancer. His wife divorced him and left him with two young daughters. He came often to our apartment and we prayed and studied the Bible together. He is an agnostic. He doesn't believe in much. But we stayed close,he recovered, and we remain friends. One day we were drinking coffee at a restaurant and he said to me, “Ernie, you're the best friend I have ever had.” I was astonished. But I accepted it with gratitude. I said, “David, all I've done is what a friend should do.” He responded with, “It's more than others did.” One think Israel has dome for me is destroy my preconceptions about people. And I'm thankful. Too often, I think, we look at someone or hear something and think we know them.Not true. Give it time. You may learn that the first impression was all wrong. Israel captures your heart if you give it time. We have friends from the northern border to the southern desert. Some are loud and brazen like our friend Dr. Jacob Armon and some are quiet and reserved like our friend Shalem. Both are dear to us and both make up what Israel is all about. It's a dangerous place with the ‘lone wolf' stabbers and the crazy drivers. Thankfully, most tourists won't be troubled by these, but it's a fact of life. You have to be careful if you are in the land alone. It's also a place of delicious food. Falafels, that fried chickpea concoction, can be found just about everywhere. And a visit to many malls and markets will find raw meat on a stick just awaiting the hot coals that will turn it into a savory dish. The Iraqi market in Jerusalem is one spot to dine. I still do not know the name of the place, but if you go back to the rear of the market at Mahane Yehuda, look left and see a little corner with a handful of tables, you have arrived. Soup, dumplings, meat and a welcoming smile are yours. This is all a part of the landscape. Come to visit. Come to learn. Prepare to be impressed and disappointed. It's all here for the visitor. We'll be discussing lots of topics in the coming weeks. We hope you will join us. Shalom.More ...
Finally we have reached the last two sins on Paul’s vice list. “Drunkenness” today and “revellings” tomorrow, the Lord willing. The noun is “methe,” which infers “intoxication.” And surprisingly, it is only found in the New Testament three times, as a noun. In Luke 21:0, during one of Jesus’ Sermons (on prophecy this particular time), […]
We had another great Sunday service here at Vision Baptist. On Sunday morning, Bro. John Pearson brought us the offering devotion from Matthew 16. We had special music performed by Caroline Penrod, Johanna Bush, and Hannah Ewing with Charlotte Penrod on piano. Then, Bro. Austin Gardner preached from Ezra 4 on Satan’s Tactics to Hinder God’s […]
Last night, we entered into the feast of Tabernacles -- in Hebrew -- Sukkot. Sukkot is known as "The Feast" in which God commands us to rejoice. As we entered this feast of rejoicing on Sunday night, I think it is only fitting that we commit ourselves to a life of joy. "But how?" you say. We need to make a choice -- a choice to rejoice! Wow, I'm a poet and didn't know it, lol!The post Choose to Rejoice! appeared first on Worthy Christian Devotional - Daily Devotions.
You’ve probably seen a lot of press lately surrounding the United States Supreme Court, our nation’s court of last resort. This past weekend at the Values Voter Summit, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell highlighted another issue that he considers a top priority: the confirmation and appointment of circuit court judges, the judges that sit on the United States Courts of Appeals.President Trump and the Republican-led Senate have coordinated a system of confirmation and appointment of high-caliber judicial conservatives to our circuit courts with unparalleled efficiency. Since President Trump has been in office, 26 new judges have ascended the bench of circuit courts across the nation. Under the Obama administration, the Senate did not confirm a 24th judge until the fourth year of Obama’s presidency.The Supreme Court issues many consequential decisions that have had an impact on pro-life policies, traditional marriage, and the free expression of religion. But the Majority Leader explained before the VVS audience that “a very, very small number of cases make it to the Supreme Court. The circuit courts are where most complex litigation ends.” As one article notes, judicial decisions from the circuit court “span a wide range of issues, from hot-button topics such as abortion, gay rights and the death penalty to voting rights, regulatory and business disputes, employment law and the environment.”It is important that circuit court judges apply the law rather than seek to make the law based on their personal preferences. “These are lifetime appointments,” Senator McConnell emphasized. They will have a “longtime impact on what kind of country we’re going to have for the next generation.” In other words, five, ten, or twenty years from now, presently undecided areas of the law affecting our faith, family, and freedom will be decided by the circuit court judges appointed and confirmed today.As Senator McConnell explained, “Republicans have only had the Senate, the House, and the White House for 20 of [the past] 100 years.” If we lose the Senate Republican majority, the influx of judges who will defend our constitutional rights will screech to a halt.The Values Voter Summit is a yearly gathering of the most civically engaged and pro-family voters in our nation. All of us who have just gathered are participants, not spectators. The time is now to mobilize our friends and family to vote to keep a unified executive and legislative branch and fill our circuit courts with people “who believe that the job of a judge is to follow the law.”Alexandra McPhee is the Director of Religious Freedom Advocacy at FRC.
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