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November 26th

Galatians 1:21Then I went into the regions of Syria and Cilicia. 22I was still unknown by sight to the churches of Judea which were in Christ; 23but only, they kept hearing, “He who once persecuted us is now preaching the faith which he once tried to destroy.” 24And they were glorifying God because of me. 2,058 more words

Walking With God

Faith In Action 'finding Our Baal Perazim'

Traveling and doing things against great odds, some of those early pioneers, they amaze me. We today, if we get held up by a traffic light, we think things are going against us, that is after, we have trouble getting out of bed, getting out of our comfort zone. 386 more words


Do the Next Right Thing You Know You Ought to Do

The Christian life is a relationship with God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  This relationship is marked by talking, listening, trusting, and obeying.  These are the core activities of a life of spiritual growth and maturity. 316 more words


DECEITFULNESS OF SIN - by Archibald Alexander

DECEITFULNESS OF SIN – by Archibald Alexander

All sin takes its origin from false views of things. Our first parents would never have sinned–had they not been deceived by the tempter. 51 more words


Covetousness - Free Grace Broadcaster

Covetousness – Free Grace Broadcaster

There is a sin which a Catholic priest once declared that no one had ever confessed to him-a sin so deadly that the wrath of God comes upon men because of it; a sin so common that probably everybody has at some time been guilty of it; a sin so gross in the sight of God as to be classed with whoremongery, idolatry, murder, and such like; a sin so subtle that men most guilty of it seem to be most unconscious of it; a sin that has led to the ruin of homes, to the doom of cities, the downfall of kings, the overthrow of empires, the collapse of civilizations, the damnation of an apostle, of ministers of the Gospel and of millions of less conspicuous men. 46 more words


The Spurgeon Anthology - by Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)

The Spurgeon Anthology – by Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)

Oh! how ten-thousand-fold merciful is God, that, looking down upon the race of man, He does not smile it out of existence. 139 more words