Monthly Archives: February 2014

SICK OR SINFUL

“For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse, because, although they knew God, they did … Continue reading

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THE PRESENCE OF A HERO

In the summer of 1941, Sergeant James Allen Ward was awarded the Victoria Cross for climbing out onto the wing of his Wellington bomber at 13,000 feet above ground to extinguish a fire in the starboard engine. Secured only by … Continue reading

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NAMAAN THE LEPER

NAAMAN THE LEPER 2 Kings 5:1-14 INTRODUCTION A. Proper attitudes are very important when it comes to dealing with God’s word 1. Many are rejecting and misunderstanding God’s word because their attitude is not right 2. To many have an … Continue reading

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HOMOSEXUALITY

The homosexual community continues to push their radical, repulsive and sinful lifestyle and agenda at every turn. They cry for equal rights, or more appropriately, “special” rights. The homosexuals want to adopt children and have married status privileges. They want … Continue reading

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FITS

Mark Twain once said this about the Bible: “I have no problem with those parts of the Bible I don’t understand. It’s those parts of the Bible I do understand that gives me fits.” A couple passages that give many … Continue reading

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BENT TO THE GROUND

BENT TO THE GROUND A city boy visited his cousin who lived on a farm in the country for the first time. The city boy had never seen wheat growing in a field. It was an impressive sight for him, … Continue reading

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THIS IS A DAY OF GOOD TIDINGS

“THIS IS A DAY OF GOOD TIDINGS” In the period of Israel’s history known as “The Divided Kingdom” we find Israel in a very weakened condition, and as a result, left themselves open to attacks by other nations. We read … Continue reading

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