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Assurance of Salvation?

I love being a Christian and I love being a preacher of the word of God. It allows me a special and unique view of Christianity, Christians, and faith that others might not see. 286 more words

Bible Study

Can You Be an Undenominational Christian?

CAN YOU BE AN UNDENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIAN?

By Wayne S. Walker

     What denomination were Peter, Paul, Philip, and Barnabas members of?  I dare say that practically everyone would agree that they were not members of any denomination, for there were no denominations in the first century.  322 more words

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"Behold, I Thought"

“BEHOLD, I THOUGHT”

By Wayne S. Walker

     In 2 Kings chapter 5, the Syrian general Naaman, a leper, was sent to the prophet Elisha of Israel for healing.  875 more words

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The Transfiguration

Matthew, Mark, and Luke all give us accounts of the significant event of the Transfiguration. Peter makes reference to it in 2 Peter 1:16-18 where he said they were “ 381 more words

Exhortation

The Four Great Calls

THE FOUR GREAT CALLS

By Wayne S. Walker

     One of the amazing marvels of modern technology is the cell phone.  Nearly everybody has one, including everyone in my family.  3,347 more words

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Despised and Desperately Needed, a sermon on Matthew 5:13-16 by Kathryn Boswell

One of the many impressive and somewhat unbelievable things on TV police dramas is the way the official sketch artist is always able to sit down with the witness and make a drawing that looks exactly like the perpetrator of the crime – the “perp” in police lingo – so that the detectives can find him on the traffic cameras conveniently located a block from the crime and run his photo through the facial recognition software and come up with his name and phone number and current address and go lock him up. 1,620 more words

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