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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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Mark 12:35-40 - Don't Compete with Jesus - Baptist Preaching - Pastor Daniel Pigott "And Jesus answered and said, while he taught in the temple, How say the scribes that Christ is the Son of David? For David himself said by the Holy Ghost, The ...
1-29-17 Sunday, PM (Special Singing and Preaching) Jesus on The Cross PT 3 www.IslandFordBaptistChurch.Com ISLAND FORD BAPTIST CHURCH 2124 NC hwy 67, Jonesville NC 28642 -336-526-3900 ...
Pictures of the Cross - Paul E Chapman - Independent Baptist Preaching - KJV - Sermon The Cross has always been God's plan to redeem mankind. God's love is evident on the Cross of Jesus Christ. The Old Testament foretells the coming cross and ...
The Product of the Cross - Paul E Chapman - Baptist Preaching - KJV Sermon Jesus Christ paid the ultimate price on the Cross. For the joy that was set before Him He endured the Cross despising the shame. Why would He pay such a high ...
The Passion of the Cross - Paul E Chapman - Baptist Preaching - KJV Jesus came to seek and to save the lost. Before He ascended to Heaven, He passed that commission to His disciples. Saving the lost was His Passion.
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Jesus makes it clear—the problem isn't the evidence. The problem is humanity's unbelieving hearts. Apart from Christ, we suppress the truth.
The Bible mentions there are many “infallible proofs” of Christ's resurrection. Now, these proofs are his many appearances after he arose.
An Australian rugby star who makes more than $1 million per year is set to be fired in the coming days for posting a Bible verse about homosexuality on social media and urging his follows to “turn to Jesus.”
In the midst of Change and Trial, Jesus Never Faltered It's amazing how quickly life can change. We live in a fast paced, and the life we live can be very unpredictable. Circumstances can change, people can change, and of course, we all know how quickly the weather can change. With sudden change often comes a sense of uncertainty or insecurity. For the most part, people like things to be the same and to know what to expect. When circumstances or people rock our world, we often worry and fret, or—even worse—we become angry and unhappy.Most likely, no one ever experienced a greater change than Jesus did on His way to the cross. Just a week before, as He entered the city of Jerusalem, He did so to the applause and accolades of the people. People were throwing palm branches before Jesus as a way of recognizing His royalty, and they were clamoring to make Him a king. They were doing this because Jesus had fed them with bread, performed miracles among them, and because they had an expectation that He would become their king and deliver them from Roman rule.However, when Jesus made it clear that He did not come to be a military deliverer, and that He intended a different kind of deliverance, everything changed in a moment's time. The fickle crowd turned from Jesus, and the religious leaders seized on this opportunity to slander and falsely accuse Him. A plan was set in motion to have Jesus betrayed and to be forcibly taken by the Roman government. In the minds of the people, Jesus went from potential king to crucified criminal in a very short time. His world and experience changed in an incredibly fast and amazing way.However, in the midst of such change, Jesus himself was unchanged. He had His mind firmly set on accomplishing His Father's will, and His heart toward the fickle crowd never wavered. He loved them when they viewed Him as a hero, and He loved them when they vilified and abandoned Him.Jesus did not allow what was happening on the outside to negatively impact His heart. He trusted in the providence and love of His heavenly Father so much that He never was concerned about the changes around Him. His security was found in the promises and plan of His Heavenly Father, and His heart and attitude were not altered by a changing world.We can learn a great lesson from Jesus during this week of incredible change: even though the world around us changes, our faith and trust in God should not. If we place too much emphasis or priority on the things of this world, our hearts will be troubled when those things change. But, if our hearts and affections are set on God and the things of eternity, then the shifting change of this world will have little impact on us. We will be able to maintain a steadfast joy, a positive disposition, and settled trust even when things around us change.The truth is that our world may change in a moment, but our God and His purposes for us never do. He is always watching over us, cares deeply about us, and He promises to never leave or forsake us. Because God is constant and sure, we can be as well. That is an important lesson we can take from Jesus' last days on this earth. Image icon cross5.jpg
A host for MSNBC is drawing complaints after she trashed pro-lifers. MSNBC political analyst Zerlina Maxwell tried to make it so a couple of pro-life people who protested pro-abortion Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg represented the entire pro-life movement. As the Free Beacon reports, “MSNBC political analyst Zerlina Maxwell criticized conservative-leaning Christians for not being […]
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