Monthly Archives: July 2008

Sufferings of Christ, Suffering for the Church

This was a very interesting message, probably because it flies in the face of much of what is taught in the modern American church. (There is a provocative opening line.) I actually taught or preached this message three times in … Continue reading

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Heroes and Heretics Part 4, Augustine and Pelagius

As the Roman culture changed and became more favorable for the Christians it seems that there was more time to reflect on the doctrines of the Faith. The Cappadocian fathers like Basil and the two men named Gregory were studying … Continue reading

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Rejoicing in Grace, Steadfast in Purpose

On July 20th I had the privilege¬† of preaching as a candidate for the first time at Smith Creek Bible Church. I will return on August 10th and will find out some time after that whether I am to¬† be … Continue reading

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The Apostles Colossal Prayer

On Sunday July 6, I had the privilege of preaching again at Grace Bible Church in St. Clair, MI. My text was a favorite prayer of mine from Colossians 1:9-14. This was a passage of Scripture that I memorized early … Continue reading

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The Sign of the Covenant

Wadhams Creek Sr. Center and a a result of this I have a new appreciation for his example of faith. Abraham is the figure most often used as an example in the New Testament. He is mentioned about 70 times … Continue reading

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