Father’s Day

This week we are celebrating our godly fathers. Being a father is a great privilege and an even greater responsibility. Psalm 127:3, “Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord.” Children are a gift from God entrusted by Him to their parents. Fortunately as fathers we have a perfect example to follow “God our Father”, Romans 1:7. Paul uses...

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The Sufficiency of Scripture

Today the attack which is coming from inside the Evangelical world is upon the sufficiency of the Bible.  The dictionary definition of the word sufficiency is “to meet one’s needs.”  The Bible testifies to its sufficiency.  

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The Lord’s Supper

Jesus has given two ordinances to the Church, Communion and Baptism.  Christ ordained them and commanded the church to observe them.  Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are both vital parts of Christian experience.  We are to be baptized once.  We are to observe the Lord’s Supper “often” (11:26).  How many...

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The Evening of the First Easter

Jesus first appeared to Mary Magdalene and then the other women returning from the tomb. The disciples did not believe the women’s reports. They believed that they were “idle tales” coming from hysterical women. Now Jesus had appeared to two men who have come to give their eyewitness testimony. However before...

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