Monthly Archives: May 2014

VANILLA

VANILLA ICE CREAM DEFIES EVOLUTION Author Unknown Nearly everyone has enjoyed a yummy bowl of vanilla ice cream. It is a wonderfully delicious dessert. However, vanilla ice cream wouldn’t even exist if evolution were true. Let’s start out with a … Continue reading

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ARE YOU A TRUE DISCIPLE?

ARE YOU A DISCIPLE OF JESUS? Matthew 28:18-20 INTRODUCTION A. Matthew 28:18-20 … This statement was made by Jesus to His apostles shortly before He ascended to heaven B. Commonly called “The Great Commission,” notice the main thought of Jesus’ … Continue reading

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The Gospel Radio Network

I encourage you to tune in to The Gospel Radio Network (www.thegospelradionetwork.org) for outstanding gospel preaching and inspirational studies. And, don’t forget to tune in each Monday at 7:00 pm CST to the Harris and Moore Expedition Through the Bible … Continue reading

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KEEPERS OF THE AQUARIUM

It has been said, “Too many Christians are no longer fishers of men but keepers of the aquarium.” Are we more concerned with keeping up a nice building than seeking the lost? Are we more concerned with winning arguments than … Continue reading

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MEMORIAL DAY – HARRIS AND MOORE

Listen in today as we at 7:00 pm CST as we discuss Memorial Day and a Memorial established by our Lord. This is a live call-in program, call 1-855-QABIBLE We encourage you to join us each Monday at 7:00pm CST … Continue reading

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

The Harris and Moore Expedition Through the Bible has been terminated from knowthetruthradio.org by Luis Camacho (which was not our desire) BUT we will still be airing on http://www.thegospelradionetwork.org as well as on on a variety of radio stations. SPREAD … Continue reading

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MORSE CODE

As a young man, Samuel Morse set out to become a famous painter. His ambition was “to rival the genius of a Raphael, a Michelangelo, or a Titian.” He studied at the Royal Academy in London and won acclaim by … Continue reading

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