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What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
Msg #2045 Well Deserved Emerods and Mice What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
Msg 8 Nov 2020 – Election Results and PRAYER 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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Sun. School Study of Forgiveness-Part 1-11.01.20 Forgiveness is a vital ability for the Christian. As Christ forgave, we are to forgive. It's hard, I know. But, Christ chooses to forgive-we are to choose to forgive.
Authenticity Matters 9.27.20 God never has been too fond of "fakers". That parallel Christianity leading to nowhere is dangerous!! Authenticity Matters!
Faith for Increase of the Family This week, Pastor Garry D. Zeigler of Spirit Food Christian Center teaches a message titled “Faith for Increase of the Family.” The word “family” in the title is ...
Don't Forget Your Freedom - King James 1611 Authorized Version Preaching! Using the command for Israel to keep the passover to encourage New Testament Christians to not forget our freedom from sin and Satan, this message was ...
"Steps of Faith - Continuing the Walk" - Pastor Tom Fry - October 4, 2020 - Morning Service www.ambassadorbaptistchurch.faithweb.com Pastor Fry preaches his eighth sermon in a series on the Christian Walk: Steps of Faith. The key passage of ...
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Link: https://www.crossway.org/articles/4-ways-christians-can-navigate-cultural-confus...Format: Web PageTopic(s): Christ & CultureGender IssuesAuthor(s)/Speaker(s): Carl Trueman
In the mountains of Papua, missionaries and Indonesian professionals serve the lost together.High above the interior of Papua, the pilot is getting anxious. It’s later in the morning than he wanted, and the clouds are thickening. Somewhere below is the tribal village of Mokndoma. Every now and then the clouds part, revealing its dwellings for a moment, perched on a jungle slope. But the small prop plane is running low on fuel and lacks a clear, windless shot at the grass landing strip.The pilot goes back and forth with his colleague, whose own plane, bearing the other half of a delegation of Christian businesspeople, scholars, and journalists, landed successfully mere minutes before but now might be stuck there until the next morning. Banking in tight circles, he finally calls it. Mokndoma will have to wait.Such are the challenges missionaries confront in one of the most remote places on the planet. Months after this group left Papua, an American pilot with Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) lost her life there. Early on the morning of May 12, Joyce Lin’s Kodiak aircraft faltered and plunged into the waters of Lake Sentani. The MIT and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary graduate had been on her way to deliver coronavirus supplies to Mamit, another tribal village in the highlands.Her death focused many Christians worldwide, if only briefly, on this far corner of the world where missionaries have been working for generations to share the gospel and translate the Bible for hundreds of animistic tribes.Today, a creative form of partnership between foreign missionaries and native Christians allows both to focus their unique gifts in the body of Christ.The island where Lin died is the second largest after Greenland and boasts the tallest mountains between the Himalayas and the Andes. Its tribes were once known ...Continue reading...
FIRST LIBERTY INSTITUTE: U.S. District Court Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove today granted a preliminary injunction preventing Kentucky Governor Andy... View ArticleThe post Federal Judge: Kentucky’s Governor Cannot Shut Down Christian Schools appeared first on Todd Starnes.
The way that U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler of Georgia spends her money tells voters a lot about her character and priorities. Over the past year, Loeffler, a pro-life Republican, has donated her entire salary to charities, including to pro-life pregnancy centers that serve women and babies, adoption and foster care agencies and homeless shelters across […]
Worry about present hardships and trouble distorts our faith in God's future.Much has been made among Christians in 2020 about systemic sin—the collective fault of institutions, societies, and their norms and laws to engender injustice and cause harm. Most evident in heated debates over race, politics, policing, education, and the economy, systemic sin implies a capacity for wrong on the part of structures that individuals could not accomplish on their own.But racism still requires racists; unjust institutions and arrogant corporations require people who are corrupt and arrogant. Systemic sin implicates individual sinners whether we realize it or not. In a previous era, inhabited by those Pilgrims whose gratitude we emulate every Thanksgiving, sin was understood as chronic, spiritual corruption solved by salvation alone. Once saved, redemption pressed the saved sinner into obedience, a good tree bearing good fruit (Matt. 12:33).Jesus taught his disciples how a wise man built his house on a rock before the rains fell and the flood came, the rock being obedience to Christ in every aspect of life (Matt. 7:24–25). As the Pilgrims courageously crossed the Atlantic for the sake of religious liberty, their courage derived from their conviction that not even a sparrow “will fall to the ground outside your Father’s care” (Matt. 10:29). Shaped by what they long held in their hearts, they viewed their journey’s ultimate end as a heavenly country, a city God had prepared for them (Rev. 21:2). When stalked by exposure and starvation in the New World, they recalled the words of Jesus: If “God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today, and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, how much more will he clothe you—you of little faith!” (Luke 12:28).They would ...Continue reading...
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