Monthly Archives: July 2012

IS ONE CHURCH AS GOOD AS ANOTHER?

IS ONE CHURCH AS GOOD AS ANOTHER? INTRODUCTION A. Matthew 16:18 1. Ephesians 1:22-23 2. 1 Timothy 3:15 B. In the general public, many are cynical about the numerous “Christian denominations” today – the notion that one church is as … Continue reading

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READ THE NEW TESTAMENT

The New Testament of Jesus Christ contains: 181,253 words 7959 verses 260 chapters 27 books Did you know an average reader (8 verses a minute) who spends 30 minutes a day can read the entire New Testament through in 30 … Continue reading

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SCRIPTURAL IN NAME

SCRIPTURAL IN NAME Tom Moore As we look about the religious world of our day we will discover hundreds of names that supposedly represent the church which Jesus purchased with His own blood. At the same time, as we look … Continue reading

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GOD’S FAMILY

GOD’S FAMILY INTRODUCTION A. The Song – “God’s Family” We’re part of a family that’s been born again; Part of a family who love knows no end; For Jesus has saved us, and made us His own, Now we’re part … Continue reading

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HOW DO YOU REACT TO TRIALS?

A young woman went to her mother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting … Continue reading

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GOD’S LAW IS NARROW

GOD’S LAW IS NARROW By Tom Moore Have you ever had a religious discussion with someone with whom there was some disagreement and then the other party accuses you of being narrow-minded? What do people mean when they call another … Continue reading

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JESUS ADDRESSED ERROR

JESUS ADDRESSED ERROR By Tom Moore  There are many of misconceptions and false views in our day as to the kind of person Jesus really was. It is a popular view to consider Jesus as very excepting, tolerant, and non-judgmental. … Continue reading

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