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Following laws of the land

  Lord, forgive me for my lead foot. That has been my prayer a couple of times over the past week or so. For those who don’t know, the definition of “lead foot” is the following: “Used in reference to a person’s habit of driving too fast.” Think of “putting the metal to the pedal.”…

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What kind of preaching is needed today?

  In this study I am interested in what the Bible says, not human opinion! In our “politically correct” thinking, nothing should ever be said to offend anyone for any reason. Can one adopt this view of “political correctness” in regard to preaching and please God? Absolutely not! As we look at the prophets and…

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Time to grow up

  Babies know just what to look for after they are born. Obviously, they search for nutrients and sustenance. That’s the way God designed them. It takes nourishment to grow. The natural feeding process involves nursing. Momma’s milk contains various nutrients and even antibiotics to help keep them healthy. Think about that for a moment…

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When is Jesus coming again?

  Almost since the time that Jesus left this earth and ascended back into heaven there has been speculation concerning the date of Christ’s second coming. Some men have even been bold enough to set specific dates on which our Lord was to return, but these days have come and gone, and Jesus still has…

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Verse of the Week

    “For which cause we faint not; but though our outward man perish, yet the inward man is renewed day by day. For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory; while we look not at the things which are seen,…

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Nothing can compare

  The Book of Jonah always intrigues me. It reveals God’s grace to not only the sinner who has never known Him, but also to those who serve Him, yet stray away, as Jonah did. Peoples’ minds immediately go to the whale when Jonah is brought up. I tend to think of a funny story…

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More precious than money

  Many in our world view money as the most important thing in life. It has become a “god” to many. We need to wake up and learn what are really the most important things in life. Sometimes it seems that our sense of values is distorted. Far too often we seem to value material…

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Abraham

  One of the grand characters of the Old Testament is a man named Abraham. Three times in the Bible he is called “the friend of God” (2 Chronicles 20:7; Isaiah 41:8; James 2:23). What greater compliment could anyone receive than to be called “the friend of God.” We can be “friends of God” if…

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Church Briefs

December 17 Equality Methodist Church will have a Christmas program at 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 17, followed by fellowship with snacks and assembling Christmas baskets for the community. All are welcome.   December 24 Equality Methodist Church, located on Alabama Highway 259, will have a Christmas Eve service at 5 p.m. Sunday, December 24.…

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Offer prayers of thanksgiving always

  Some people like turkey for Thanksgiving. Others prefer ham. Then there are those who like both during their traditional Thanksgiving meal. More power to all of them! We’re free to eat whichever meat we desire without our conscience bothering us. It is one of the perks to living in the current dispensation. But God…

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