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Posts from August 2016

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The Devil Laughs

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THE DEVIL LAUGHS To hear a man say he has no way to attend the services when he can attend all the sporting events held within miles. To hear a woman say she can’t attend the services because she has nothing to wear, when she can parade herself before hundreds in any uptown bargain basement […]

He Made One Big Mistake!

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“He Made One Mistake” He brushed his teeth twice a day – with nationally advertised toothpaste! The doctor examined him twice each year! He slept with a window open each night! He stuck to a daily diet of fresh vegetables! He walked three miles everyday checking his heart rate along the way with his $100.00 […]

Some Rules for a Happy Marriage

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Some Rules for a Happy Marriage      Never both be angry at once. Never talk at one another, either alone or in company. Never speak loudly to one another unless the house is on fire! Let each other strive to yield more often to do the wishes of the other. Let self-denial be the […]

Patience

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Patience Mike Johnson Patience is a difficult lesson to learn in the age that we live in, yet, it is a trait that Christians must have.  The church at Ephesus, for example, was commended for their patience (Rev. 2:2-3).  Hebrews 12:1 says that Christians are to “run with patience” the race that is set before […]

How Is Your Vision?

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How Is Your Vision? Frank Himmel Jesus observed that . . . Some have envious eyes, longing for the material advantages they see others have (Matthew 20:15). Some have sensual eyes, looking to lust, thereby committing adultery in their hearts (Matthew 5:28-29). Some have critical eyes, looking for specks in others while ignoring obvious problems […]

Admonitions to Parents of Teens

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ADMONITIONS TO PARENTS OF TEENS David Pratt Always Be Consistent with Teens. Don’t compromise your standards just because they wear you down with asking. Live What You Expect of Your Teens. Don’t expect something of them you are not willing to do yourself. Don’t Throw Up Your Hands When You Fail. Like adults, teens can […]

I Don’t See Anything Wrong With That

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I Don’t See Anything Wrong With That  How many times have we heard this reply when we question some belief or practice which may be without Bible authority? The saddest thing about the statement is that many times it is really true. So many individuals have so little knowledge and understanding of the Bible when […]

Up Coming Sermons

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You Won’t Want to Miss These UPCOMING SERMONS A preacher in Arkansas really caused a disturbance when he made a public announcement of his upcoming sermons.  He mentioned that the theme would be “The Worthlessness of Our Christianity” and that some of the lesson titles would be: More Important Things To Do Than Study The […]

True Life

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True Life The goal of the gospel is to prepare people for heaven.  Its emphasis centers upon happiness in a life to come rather than upon this life.  “For what profit is it to be a man,” Jesus once asked, “if he gains the whole world and loses his own soul?”  The Lord would teach […]

Just Like My Dog!

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Just Like My Dog! A little lad of six was invited out to lunch in a neighbor’s home.  As soon as all were seated at the table, the food was served.  The little boy was puzzled, and with a child’s frankness asked, “Don’t you say a prayer before you eat?”  The host was uncomfortable and […]

Praise the Lord! (Ps. 111)

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Praise the Lord! (Ps. 111) Mike Johnson Psalm 111:1 says, “Praise the Lord! I will praise the Lord with my whole heart, In the assembly of the upright and in the congregation.” This verse starts out by exclaiming, “Praise the Lord!”  This expression is sometimes regarded as the title of this Psalm.  With certainty, it […]