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What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
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Rev Earl Cook -  Preacher @ Victory Baptist Church  1-1-2011 He was still preaching when his eyes were dim and he was unable to stand. One of the most compassionate man I have ever known. He preached God's word ...
New Year Preaching - Part IV Every New Year IBCA allows our men and young men an opportunity to preach God's Word for 10-15 minutes over the first few Sunday evenings. 0:15 Bob Seitz ...
New Year Preaching - Part II Every New Year IBCA allows our men and young men an opportunity to preach God's Word for 10-15 minutes over the first few Sunday evenings. 0:15 Boaz ...
New Year Preaching - Part I Every New Year IBCA allows our men and young men an opportunity to preach God's Word for 10-15 minutes over the first few Sunday evenings. 0:15 Michael ...
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Link: https://www.ligonier.org/blog/crisis-not-listening/Format: Web PageTopic(s): ObedienceAuthor(s)/Speaker(s): W Robert Godfrey
In light of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s impending confirmation battle, Family Research Council conducted an overview of his record and explained how he would likely rule on the issues we are concerned about. From that review, here are three ways in which Judge Kavanaugh has defended religious liberty:Judge Kavanaugh Has Defended Religious Believers from the HHS MandateIn Priests for Life v. HHS, he dissented from the D.C. Circuit’s denial of rehearing en banc, arguing that the HHS mandate substantially burdened the organization’s exercise of religion, pursuant to Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. This is a very important conclusion on an important issue and shows Judge Kavanaugh to have a right understanding of the religious freedom burdens that RFRA guards against in this context. While his assertion later in the same case that Hobby Lobby “strongly suggests” that the government has a compelling interest in ensuring broad access to contraceptives seems unnecessary, he did conclude that RFRA protected the claimants because the HHS mandate was not the least restrictive means of achieving any such interest.Judge Kavanaugh Has Defended Religious Expression in the Public SquareIn Newdow v. Roberts, atheists had argued that “so help me God” in the presidential oath violated the Establishment Clause. The D.C. Circuit rejected their argument, and Judge Kavanaugh wrote a concurrence stating that such “longstanding practices do not violate the Establishment Clause as it has been interpreted by the Supreme Court.”More recently, in Archdiocese of Washington v. WMATA, the Archdiocese of Washington attempted to purchase advertising space on the Washington Metro during the Christmas season, and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority refused to sell what it deemed a “religious” message for a religious organization. During oral arguments in this case, Judge Kavanaugh told WMATA’s lawyer that this was “pure discrimination” and an “odious” First Amendment violation, showing a keen awareness of potential violations of free speech and free expression with a religious basis.[In addition], [h]e helped set up a voucher program supporting religious schools in Florida, and also represented the Adat Shalom Jewish group in their legal battle against a Maryland county that was trying to stop construction of a synagogue.Judge Kavanaugh Has Defended Religious Expression in SchoolsDuring his time in private practice, Judge Kavanaugh chaired the Religious Liberty Practice Group at the Federalist Society, and worked pro bono to write amicus briefs in support of religious expression in schools. He wrote briefs in Good News Club v. Milford Central School, and Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe, in which he argued that a public school must allow religious student clubs to use its facilities in a similar manner as other clubs, and that student-led prayer at football events did not violate the establishment clause, respectively.For more, see: https://www.frc.org/issueanalysis/why-judge-kavanaugh-should-be-confirmed-to-the-supreme-court
II Kings 10:16 And he said, Come with me, and see my zeal for the LORD. So they made him ride in his chariot. Jehu is in love with God. He is a man on a mission. He invites a rider along to go with him in his chariot and see what he will do. His excitement isn’t merely an emotion it is an action. He will be doing things with what he feels and believes. Too often we make emotional decisions that go nowhere. We talk but do not walk. Not so Jehu who will do what he thinks proves his love for God. Are you excited about the Lord Jesus? Do you talk about Him? Do you get involved in the ministry for Him? Are you sharing your faith? Real love should show up in some actions don’t you think? Photo by Joshua Earle on Unsplash
Early African believers were earnest and regular in private devotions. Each one reportedly had a separate spot in the thicket where he would pour out his heart to God. Over time, the paths to these places became well worn. As a result, if one of these believers began to neglect prayer, it was soon apparent to the others. They would kindly remind the negligent one, "Brother, the grass grows on your path."The post Is there grass on your path? appeared first on Worthy Christian Devotional - Daily Devotions.
I Kings 4:2 And Elisha said unto her, What shall I do for thee? tell me, what hast thou in the house? And she said, Thine handmaid hath not any thing in the house, save a pot of oil. When God wanted to work a miracle in the life of this lady, He does so with what she has in the house. He took what she had and blessed it. You know the story. She had some oil. She borrowed pots and pans. God made the oil fill all that she could get her hands on. She sold the oil and lived from that income. God blessed her greatly. God wants to work in your life as well. He will most likely use what you already have. You do not need something else you need to trust Him with what you have. Give God your heart, life, and all you own. Let God use it and bless you for His honor and glory. Photo by Ben White on Unsplash
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