Monthly Archives: August 2012

WHERE GOD IS NOT ANYTHING IS PERMITTED

WHERE GOD IS NOT ANYTHING IS PERMITTED By Tom Moore “And also all that generation were gathered unto their fathers: and there arose another generation after them, which knew not the LORD, nor yet the works which he had done … Continue reading

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CHRIST OUR PASSOVER

JESUS AS OUR PASSOVER By Tom Moore On that stormy Tuesday of controversy, before the Lord was crucified the following Friday, Jesus asked some of His antagonists: “What think ye of Christ? whose son is he?” (Mat. 22:42). The Lord’s … Continue reading

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THE MISSION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH #6

THE MISSION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH #6 Providing Scriptural Worship INTRODUCTION A. In the New Testament, the Lord’s church is set forth under various figures of speech to portray aspects of the church: 1. As “the vineyard of the Lord” … Continue reading

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A SOLITARY EMBER

A Christian who had been devoutly active for many years suddenly was absent from the assembly. One cold winter evening the preacher knocked at his door. Actually, the preacher and the church member had been long-time good friends. As they … Continue reading

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THE MISSION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH #5

THE MISSION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH #5 Providing Proper Study of the Bible INTRODUCTION A. It is important that we keep before our minds that the main mission of the local church is the saving of souls, and this work … Continue reading

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THE MISSION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH #4

MISSION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH #4 Exhorting Its Members In The Christian Life INTRODUCTION A. It seems that the early church did more exhorting than we do at times 1. One member excelled in the art of exhortation to the … Continue reading

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THE MISSION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH #3

THE MISSION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH #3 VISITING AND ATTENDING THE SICK INTRODUCTION A. One important work of the church is “visiting and attending to the sick” 1. By “visiting” and “attending” we mean to call on so as to … Continue reading

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