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Jonah – A Type Of Israel

By Phyllis Corbin / yesterday

Jonah – A Type Of Israel (Jonah 3:1-2) I. Introduction A. Surprised, stunned and confused, Jonah sat on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea after he had been disgorged by the fish. 1. What would he do now? It wasn’t long before God would let him know. 2. Notice in our text – no sooner […]

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Smarter Than The Teacher?

By Don Doran / a couple of days ago

Smarter Than The Teacher? Good morning! I hope you enjoy your weekend and have a wonderful time worshiping the Lord tomorrow. Isn’t it amazing how wise the brilliant minds of the world seem to be? Yet when it comes to things that really matter they come up short. “I have more understanding than all my […]

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A Weighty Matter

By Debra Jones / a few days ago

God’s women come in all sizes and shapes with varying degrees of weight. I am so tired of seeing my fellow sisters striving to reach goals that are not only unhealthy for them but also unattainable and disproportionate to their height and frame. I believe we need to exercise and eat healthily, but let’s be […]

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The Valley Is A Temporary Place

By James Thornton / a couple of weeks ago

The Valley Is A Temporary Place By, James L. Thornton Psalm 23:1. “The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. 3. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. […]

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Virtue Or Vice

By Sheri Boulet / 3 weeks ago

Jesus was walking through a crowd, no doubt the throng “pressed” in to touch Him from all angles, but for a certain desperate woman in a hopeless situation, it was imperative that she reach Him and that His virtue reach her. And reach Him she did. (Mark 5:25-34 and Luke 8:43-48) Earlier in Luke, in […]

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A Pastor’s Call

By Fred Parker / 3 weeks ago

READ: 2 Timothy 4:2-8 The phone rang piercing the silent darkness. In a half-awakened response to this unwelcome intruder I reached for the receiver and with all the concentration I could muster at one thirty-eight in the morning I answered it’s call.“H-e-l-l-o.” I sounded like someone who was still under the influence of some drug. […]

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Apostolic

By Martin Schmaltz / last month

Much is being said today about “the apostolic.” There are those who believe a restoration of “the apostolic” is necessary. Various views of what apostolic means include: a succession of leadership traceable back to Peter, a particular doctrine instructed by the apostles or a particular church organizational structure with an individual in leadership, calling themselves […]

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Potential Garbage or Garbage with Potential

By Susan Niswonger / last month

Potential Garbage or Garbage with Potential Do you have friends that are avid recyclers, garage sale junkies or maybe just pack rats?  I once read a story about a “pack rat.”  She had accumulated so much “stuff” that it took a bulldozer to move her treasures to allow the EMT to reach her dead body.  […]

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This is my testimony, to God be the Glory!

By Rick Musick / last month

The Greatest Miracle I Know A true story by Rick Joe Musick I want to share with you a true story about a three-year-old little boy who lived in a small farming community in Texas. Brownfield Texas comes by its name honestly. Brownfields are everywhere. If you have never been in a dust storm in […]

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Dedicated for Loyalty

By Lynne Conley / last month

Dedicated for Loyalty By: Lynne Conley Scripture Text: Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. Matthew 11:29 KJV Esther was a Jewish orphan child raised by her father’s nephew Mordecai. Mordecai held an office to the Persian […]

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