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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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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 ...
Why do bad things happen to good people? - Baptist Preaching - Pastor Daniel Pigott What does the bible say about bad things that happen to "good" people? Pastor Daniel Pigott goes through nine key things.
1-1-17 Sun Pm (special Singing and Preaching) ISLAND FORD BAPTIST CHURCH 2124 NC hwy 67, Jonesville NC 28642 -336-526-3900 -Pastor: Charlie Kennedy -Fundamental, Independent, KJV Bible ...
Preaching Christ To The Heathen  – Galatians 1:12-24  –  Pastor D. A. Waite  –  BFTBC Preaching Christ To The Heathen – Galatians 1:12-24 – Pastor D. A. Waite – BFTBC Sunday, January 1, 2017 Bible For Today Baptist Church of Collingswood, ...
Galatians 5:1 | Stand Fast | Independent Baptist This video is a sermon preached at Bible Baptist Church in Puyallup, WA. The title of the message is "Stand Fast." It is based from Galatians 5:1. I use rodeo bull ...
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Recently, California state legislators proposed a bill which would outlaw counseling—even that which is freely entered—for anyone who wanted help changing their unwanted same-sex attraction. We have seen such efforts before, but this one is noteworthy for how expansive it is—it covers individuals, associations, and “other group[s],” in addition to traditional businesses. As Alliance Defending Freedom points out, it could even implicate churches: “It could be a violation [of this proposed law] if a pastor encourages a congregant to visit the church bookstore to purchase books that help people address sexual issues, perhaps including the Bible itself, which teaches about the importance of sexual purity within the confines of marriage between a man and woman.” While outlawing such pastoral advice (the bill would consider it fraudulent “goods and services”), the bill completely endorses advice designed to cement same-sex attraction.Masquerading as consumer protection and medical oversight, this is simply blatant and open discrimination against one side of our society’s debate on sexual ethics. Yet sin wants to suppress the truth, and even the idea that someone can help someone else change their sexual attractions implies that what one may be doing is not all good and healthy. This threat implicates not just businesses and Christians in the public eye, but all Christians who hold to a biblical position on these issues. It won’t matter how one approaches the issue. We should always speak the truth in love because that’s the right thing to do, but that won’t exempt us from being targeted. Our biblical beliefs themselves are the target. It is crucial that all Christians in America understand this social dynamic.This legislative development in California echoes the situation involving Metro City Church in Michigan, which took heavy criticism for offering a program to help teens who are questioning their sexuality walk through their situation from a biblical perspective. The program approached the issue very cautiously—and was defined by merely discussing the matter of sexuality by looking at what the Bible had to say about it. Yet in response, numerous activists subjected the church and its pastor, Jeremy Schossau, to vitriolic online attacks, criticism, and threats (including potentially criminal behavior), and two state legislators have called for the church to be “investigated” for offering “conversion therapy.”While we have seen such vitriol often directed at those who advocate a biblical worldview on this issue, direct targeting of churches and pastors has been relatively rare. Yet this incident serves as a reminder that many of the religious freedom struggles we are facing will eventually reach any church which teaches an orthodox biblical position on questions of sexuality.Moreover, in this case, nothing remotely controversial was occurring; the church was just trying to go to the Bible for answers on this topic. Along with the proposed California legislation, these developments make clear that the problem is not the way something is said, but the Christian position on these issues itself is what is opposed.We must defend the ability of pastors and their churches to decide what is said in church . . . not the government. The First Amendment makes absolutely clear that the government has no power to tell churches what advice they can give or require a license to give that advice, and the First Amendment to the Constitution still guarantees the freedom of speech and the free exercise of religion. Additionally, the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment prevents the government from assessing theology and targeting the theological beliefs it doesn’t like. This is the current law, but we must give voice to our rights to see them protected.After the Supreme Court constitutionalized same-sex marriage in Obergefell v. Hodges, many wondered whether pastors would be pressured into performing same-sex marriages. Perhaps the bigger question now is whether they will be threatened into compromising their larger biblical perspective on sexuality.FRC is standing with Pastor Jeremy, and attempting to raise awareness of the religious freedom implications of this situation. To stand with Pastor Jeremy, please sign our petition at FRC.org/Metro to tell these legislators they cannot prohibit this pastor or his church from exercising their First Amendment rights.For more information on Pastor Jeremy’s situation, please see:FRC Washington Update articles:Michigan Wants to Investigate Church for... Ministering!Church Nightmare a Wake-up Call on ‘Tolerance’Michigan Pastors to State: Leave Our Churches Alone! Also: Michigan Pastor Jeremy Schossau on “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins”FRC’s Randy Wilson on “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins”Pastors stand with Pastor JeremyOne arrest made for threat against the churchFRC social media video with our petition
Psalm 118:8 It is better to trust in the LORD Than to put confidence in man. When things go wrong our first inclination is usually to look for someone to help us. We think of friends, people with money and power, doctors, lawyers, etc. The psalmist said that the Lord was the best to trust. Men will fail you. The Lord God of heaven will never fail you. Men will say what you want to hear, what you need to hear. God has written His Word and will keep His promises. The key word here is trust. Who are you trusting? I hope it is not your parents, your pastor, your friend, or even yourself. You can know God. You can learn what He says and what He does. You can trust Him. Get into the Bible. Study it and learn about God and His working in your life. You can trust Him! Photo by Z H on Unsplash
Blue Letter Bible would like to introduce you to a new commentator on our site, the 18th-century Scottish clergyman, Charles Inglis. Charles spent the majority of his life learning and teaching the Word of God. His study resource, Pegs for Preachers, has been widely utilized by ministry leaders and studious believers in all parts of […]
Psalm 86:15 But thou, O Lord, art a God full of compassion, and gracious, Longsuffering, and plenteous in mercy and truth. God is just so full of love. He feels for you. He hurts when you hurt. He is full of goodness. He is friendly. He is courteous. He is good. He is very patient with us. He is full of mercy and truth. He is wonderful. I do not know what attitude you have towards God, the God of the Bible but very likely it is not the right attitude. He is all that the verse says He is. All the words I use above are just the meaning of those words given in the verse. You can share the love of someone like Him. You can be excited to know Him and serve Him. He is just so sweet, gentle, and kind. How can anyone not love Him? Photo by Cristian Newman on Unsplash
Easter Sunday, a day set aside to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, is an excellent time to help children understand the significance of this historical event. That's why we're offering free Easter lessons for Pre-K through Grade 8 from our popular Answers Bible Curriculum.
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