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Dr  Greg Estep   Signs and Wonders Part 18 The PT Hell Club THE TRUE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST, OR FALSE SIGNS AND LYING WONDERS Part 18 - The PT Hell Club This 17-part study by Dr. Greg Estep on the ...
Jesus is the Bread From Heaven - KJV Fundamental Baptist Preaching! JESUS is the TRUE bread from heaven! This message was preached on Sunday morning, Nov. 08, 2020, by Pastor Michael D. O'Neal at Glenwood Baptist ...
Dr Greg Estep   Signs and Wonders   Part 13   Biblical Definitions of Tongues 2 THE TRUE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST, OR FALSE SIGNS AND LYING WONDERS Part 13 - Biblical Definitions of Tongues 2 This 17-part study by Dr. Greg ...
Dr Greg Estep   Signs and Wonders   Part 12   Biblical Definitions of Tongues 1 THE TRUE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST, OR FALSE SIGNS AND LYING WONDERS Part 12 - Biblical Definitions of Tongues 1 This 17-part study by Dr. Greg ...
Dr Greg Estep   Signs and Wonders   Part 01   Pride goeth before destruction THE TRUE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST, OR FALSE SIGNS AND LYING WONDERS PART 1 – Pride Goeth Before Destruction This 17-part study by Dr. Greg ...
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Like Peter, we too are offered freedom, though we deny him. When my parents entered their latter years, they took up a new hobby: keeping chickens. At the height of their enthusiasm, they tended 21 chickens in a hen house affectionately dubbed the Taj Mah’Omelette—20 chickens, that is, and one noisy rooster. To be a houseguest during this season was to have, as they say, a rude awakening—albeit one followed by a magnificent breakfast.The briefest Google search confirmed what I suspected to be true from my own brief exposure to the Taj Mah’Omelette: Roosters crow and crow. They crow every morning, and they crow all morning. They crow to announce another day, but they continue crowing as long as it is called “today.” We just notice it more in the morning because roosters are particularly adamant when they wake up.Roosters populate ancient fables and mythologies, and they make a notable appearance in the Bible. All four Gospels record Peter’s famous three-time betrayal of Jesus punctuated by the crowing of a rooster, just as Jesus had prophesied. All three synoptic Gospels say Peter “wept bitterly” at the sound.Our senses are powerful memory holders. The smell of mothballs transports me to my grandparents’ attic where I played dress-up. The taste of pound cake transports me to my mother’s kitchen where I licked batter from a wooden spoon. Sounds, too, attach themselves to memories. From childhood, an old screen door banging shut is the sound of homecoming to me.I imagine what kind of memory the rooster’s crow evoked for Peter. Every dawn after that first terrible morning of betrayal, the proclamation of his bitter guilt would have rung afresh in his ears. Carried in the crowing would have been the memory of his ...Continue reading...
We have hope in and through the Lord Jesus Christ. We know that our Lord died for our sins and was resurrected from the dead. In Him, we have a victorious hope.I read the story of two brilliant young men in England who were both students at the University of Oxford in the 1740s. George Lyttleton and Gilbert West agreed if they could disprove the conversion of Saul of Tarsus to Christianity and the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead that they could destroy Biblical Christianity. Lyttleton investigated the conversion of the Apostle Paul while West intended to demonstrate the resurrection of Christ was false. They decided to meet together a year later to discuss their findings. Each planned to do a thorough examination and bring Christianity down.When they came together the next year, George Lyttleton said to Gilbert West, “After a year of investigation, I am convinced of the conversion of the Apostle Paul and I too have been converted.” Gilbert West replied, “As I have spent the past year investigating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, I too have discovered that it is an undeniable fact. And this may surprise you, but I have received Jesus as my personal Saviour. I am saved!”While these men sought to destroy the hope that is found only in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, they had instead discovered true, victorious hope in the Lord Jesus Christ. The reality is that Jesus Christ is raised from the dead and He is alive! Every truth seeker must come face to face with the undeniable fact of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.Thomas Arnold, the famous headmaster of Rugby School and author of the three volume set of History of Rome, declared, “I know of no one fact in the history of mankind which is proved by better or fuller evidence of every sort, to the understanding of a fair enquirer, than the great sign which God has given us that Christ died and rose again from the dead.” We can rest assured from both a biblical and historical perspective that Jesus Christ is alive. We have victorious hope that is enduring, everlasting, and eternal in Jesus.Let us offer victorious hope to those around us who do not know the Saviour. Let us be His witnesses during this season of pandemonium. Let us proclaim the death, burial, and resurrection to our family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers!
Let incisive comedy give us “eyes to see.” The weekend after the election, I was exhausted like the rest of the country, and my spirit was in need of a good sermon. Thankfully, all I had to do was tune into Saturday Night Live to hear from the great American preacher himself: Dave Chappelle.As he stepped onto the iconic SNL stage to bring his long-awaited word, I smiled at his familiar Washington, DC, swagger. I’ve been a fan of Chappelle since he played comic Reggie Warrington in the Eddie Murphy classic The Nutty Professor. He has shaped the voice of comedy over three decades, and as he has evolved, comedy has grown with him.Standups historically have pushed boundaries, skewered politics, and forced us to see the absurdity in our society. But Chappelle has been willing to do so with moral heft and ethical grounding rather than comedic detachment. He jokes, smokes, curses, and shouts, but like a preacher in the heat of a sermon, there’s a point to it. He is a pastor among comedians, and once again he’s got a message for us.“Don’t even want to wear your mask because it’s oppressive? Try wearing the mask I been wearing all these years. I can’t even tell something true unless it has a punchline behind it,” Chappelle said during his 16-minute SNL monologue. “You guys aren’t ready. You’re not ready for this. You don’t know how to survive yourselves. Black people, we’re the only ones that know how to survive this. … You need us. You need our eyes to save you from yourselves.”The best comedians, like the best preachers, give us eyes to see. For black comedians, though they’re after laughs, their perspective stems from trauma and suffering.“If we really took a closer look ...Continue reading...
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“And God divided the light from the darkness.” Genesis 1:4 God made both, light and darkness, of course. But He “separated” them on the “First Day” of Creation Week. And that is God’s Plan yet! So … even in our lives as Christians this principle of God still holds true, should hold sway. “And God […]
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