Monthly Archives: March 2015

HYPOCRITES

THE PRETENDERS Ezekiel 33:30-33 INTRODUCTION A. The word hypocrite is used more often with religious people than any other segment in our society 1. The hypocrisy of people is as old and established as the human race. Someone once said, … Continue reading

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“The Gospel According to Cash”

“The Gospel According to Cash?” (Johnny Cash). This is the theme of a local church’s Easter Services. What do you think? Biblical or no? Listen in tonight to the Harris and Moore Expedition Through the Bible as we discuss this … Continue reading

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THE PRETENDERS

THE PRETENDERS Ezekiel 33:30-33 INTRODUCTION A. The word hypocrite is used more often with religious people than any other segment in our society 1. The hypocrisy of people is as old and established as the human race. Someone once said, … Continue reading

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HOW ABOUT YOUR OWN FIRES?

NBC News Chicago reports: A building on Chicago’s Southwest Side that contains a fire extinguisher manufacturing business went up in flames late Thursday (3/19/15), prompting a hazardous materials response that required more than 150 firefighters. A portion of the building, … Continue reading

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The Pretenders

Tune in tonight and each Monday at 7:00pm CST to the Harris and Moore Expedition Through the Bible at http://www.harrisandmoore.org or http://www.thegospelradionetwork.org Tonight we will be discussion “The Pretenders” – Looking at a description of hypocrites by Ezekiel (33:30-33). You … Continue reading

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THE HARRIS AND MOORE EXPEDITION THROUGH THE BIBLE

Tune in tonight (and every Monday night) at 7:00pm CST to the Harris and Moore Expedition Through the Bible at http://www.harrisandmoore.org You have heard what men have said – now listen to what the Bible says

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THE YOUNG SCULPTOR

Legend has it that a young sculptor, the son of a sculptor, worked earnestly on a statue but couldn’t seem to make it right; as he left it every night, he found that it was marred, here and there, with … Continue reading

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