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Hold fast the form of sound words which thou hast heard

I need not stop this morning to prove to you that which I have briefly hinted at as a form of sound words, because you believe it, and believe it firmly. 60 more words


Baptist Beliefs Compared To The Theology Behind The Authorized (King James) Version

By Pastor Bruce K. Oyen, First Baptist Church, Spearfish, SD

In this post I will present some beliefs common to Bible-believing Baptists and compare them with the theology behind the Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible. 2,132 more words

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King James Of The King James Version Versus Baptists And Others

By Pastor Bruce K. Oyen, First Baptist Church, Spearfish, SD

The King James Version is a good Bible translation. I have read it at least 40 times, and continue to read it once a year. 3,946 more words

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"Get Your Hopes Up!"

Here is a good word about hope from Patriot Bible University’s “Patriots Progress” newsletter:

Get your Hopes Up!
When we pay attention to the problems in our world–and to how little control we seem to have to do much about many of them–it is easy for us to lose hope. 452 more words

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Me? Obey? Him? Should the believing wife obey her unsaved husband "in everything?"

An interesting and biblical article from http://www.middletownbiblechurch.org/homefam/husband.htm.

I have reproduced it in its entirety on this site as the repercussions of teaching believing women absolute submission to a husband’s authority – as some within the church do – can be devastating. 5,053 more words


The Doctrine of Rest


Robert R. McLaughlin Bible Ministries

Freedom demands rest, and rest demands freedom. You can never have freedom when you stop thinking. The Sabbath was to be a thinking day when you didn’t work physically, but rather you rested, thought, and reflected. 7,379 more words


A form of sound words must embrace the doctrine of God's being and nature

We shall, perhaps, be asked what we do regard as a form of sound words, and what those doctrines are which are scriptural, which at the same time are healthful to the spirit and exalting to God. 120 more words