A Living Sacrifice

You can’t read the Old Testament without noticing all of the commands and instructions regarding sacrifices. What kind of animals, how to kill and flay them, and for what reasons, are all detailed in the books of Exodus through Deuteronomy. We understand that there is no need for those animal sacrifices anymore. Hebrews 10:4 says:…
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“What Wilt Thou Have Me To Do?

Saul was a man who was zealous for his faith. He believed the Mosaic Law ought to be held up and fought for, and there was a new threat: Christianity. Saul had so much zeal that he had the distinction of being in charge of the stoning of the very first Christian martyr Stephen. From…
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What A Friend!

Roman playwright Plautus once said: “Where there are friends there is wealth.” Friends are a blessing and gift from God. I have enjoyed answer to my prayer in the many friends that I have been given over the years. As we approach Thanksgiving, we realize that God blessed the Pilgrims with their native American friends…
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Tender Jesus

Nothing shows the tender love of Jesus better than the way that He treated His disciples. We see the way that He guarded them in the garden, saying to the soldiers: “If therefore ye seek me, let these go their way.” He prayed for Peter, saying to him: “Satan hath desired to have you, that…
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The Weirdest Missionary Ever

We just finished up a Missions Conference with three great missionary families, all ministering to different parts of the world. Since I have been the pastor (7 years ago), we have had dozens missionaries through our church. I’ve met some who were in their twenties and some who were in their late 60s, just starting…
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