Monthly Archives: November 2012

THE CHURCH OF CHRIST

Nearly two thousand years ago the Lord promised to build His church (Matthew 16:16-18). In AD 30 the church of Christ, the promised church, was established in Jerusalem on the first Pentecost following the resurrection of Christ (Acts 2). Jesus … Continue reading

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THE TEACHING OF JESUS

THE TEACHING OF JESUS INTRODUCTION A. Teachers are some of our most unforgettable characters. 1. I remember my high school football coach, who instilled within me a love for competition and the need for teamwork. 2. I remember one of my … Continue reading

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LIVING OUR EPITAPH

LIVING OUR EPITAPH INTRODUCTION A. Hebrews 9:27 1. David said, “…there is but a step between me and death” (1 Sam. 20:3). 2. Job 30:23 B. Have you ever spent time in a cemetery, reading the inscriptions on the stones? … Continue reading

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THE TEMPTATION OF JESUS

THE TEMPTATION OF JESUS Matthew 4:1-11 INTRODUCTION A. Imagine that someone spent a lifetime building a business; he always made the right decisions and never made a mistake – and he became a billionaire. 1. Now, what good does that … Continue reading

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THE BOUNDARIES OF FELLOWSHIP

THE BOUNDARIES OF FELLOWSHIP I. Introduction A. Fellowship when understood in its true biblical sense is a word filled with beauty and glory 1. Fellowship is a word that is replete with the ideas of work, love, association and salvation. … Continue reading

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MEAN PARENTS

Here is an article I wrote over 10 years ago – I thought it would be an encouragement to all parents… __________________________ As I was growing up I thought that my parents were mean – perhaps, the meanest ever! While … Continue reading

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JESUS ADDRESSED ERROR

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. Our Lord is portrayed by many … Continue reading

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