Our Witness


A Christian

who doesn’t witness is a

contradiction in terms.

Adrian Rogers

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Every Day


Exercise Daily.

Walk with the Lord!

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AFFLICT AND THE AFFLICTED


The same sermon that

comforts the afflicted

can afflict the comfortable.

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Pseudo-Scientists Take Another Shot at Manhood


This is a Biblical correct article on men.

The Shayne Moses Project

From CHICK Publications re-blog of  a piece in the BATTLE CRY:
Issue Date: May/June 2019

Another evidence today of the Apostle Paul’s “science falsely so called” is a report about the American Psychological Association’s new guidelines on counseling men. Looking everywhere but in the right place, they have decided that our “traditional masculinity” is harmful to the individual man and unhealthy to growing boys.

The character traits of stoicism, competitiveness, dominance and aggression are considered the source of violence, suicides, and other anti-social behavior — such as increased hostility toward LGBT men.

Leadership of the Association is laced with same-sex sympathizers. Thus, the report is heavily tilted in favor of gender confusion. Their concern seems to be more about “hostility toward LGBT men” than growing boys into mature manhood.

As Bible-believers, we can recognize that this is just another misguided recommendation by the worshippers of pseudo-science.

Adopting a worldview…

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Being a Nobody


I’m a nobody telling

everybody about

Somebody Who can

save anybody.

Adrian Rogers

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Be the Donkey


The donkey that carried Jesus

was hardly noticed by the people

They all looked at Jesus;

therefore they cheered for Jesus

and did not cheer for the donkey.

We need to be like the donkey,

and that is a great Privilege.

Adrian Rogers

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Afternoon Ponderings~05.02.19


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Good Morning Quote ~05.02.19~


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STRANGE FIRE, INSTANT DEATH,  AND A DRUNKEN WORLD


ABApologetics.org

William A. Dillard

From the pages of the Old Testament comes the divine record of the cost of attempting to serve God man’s way instead of strictly God’s way. The incident is referenced three different places to underscore its notice: Leviticus 10:1; Number 3:4 and 26:61. Nadab and Abihu, sons of Aaron offered strange fire before the Lord which He had not commanded. Immediately, God caused them both to die instantly. Now, let us examine this unusual incident a little closer.
Were the priests to use fire in the service of the tabernacle? Yes, they were. They must use fire at the altar of sacrifice. They also used fire at the altar of incense. However, for specific didactic purposes, explicit instructions were given as to how this was to be done. Obedience to the instruction sanctified the Lord in the sight of all Israel, but disregard for the instructions did just the opposite. Nadab and Abihu were one up on God: they had a better idea than what they were told to do. It cost their life.
But wait a minute, modern man says. Fire is fire, so what difference does it make? It seems the Old Testament God is harsh and cruel. Well, that is indeed the mindset of most modern religionists. Perverting Gods instructions to do things man’s way is called “iniquity” in the Bible. God will not have it.
But, it seemed so nice and certainly more palatable to the general populace to make things nicer….put in a little incense….make a little more show. But it is not what God commands, neither is it what God will accept.
Well, that certainly would not happen today, thanks to the grace of God. Yes, the teaching period of the Law is done. The adult period of Grace is ours. But does not one’s actions as an adult have weightier consequences? If one spends any time at all with Jesus’ sermon on the mount, Matt. 5-7, he will know the answer is a definite yes.
It is for this reason that the oft New Testament call to God’s people is to be vigilant, to be sober. The incident of Nadab and Abihu forever testifies that man must not, cannot, serve God man’s way, but strictly God’s way. Too much is made of a supposed liberty to interpret scriptures differently. After all, many claim a right to their opinion. But the truth is that no one has a right to an opinion on God’s Word. It is not of any private interpretation, and means what it says. It may seem nice to exclude the blood of Jesus, or the supposed radical burial in water for baptism by substituting sprinkling and being added to a church roll. But as drunken as the world may be on man made religion and the enticement of materialism, the God we all must face is indeed the very God Who took the life of Nadab and Abihu who dared to defy the explicit instructions of God to do what seemed “nicer” to them. Indeed, modern Christians would do well to consider again Hebrew 10:31 and 12:29.

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My Message


My prayer is

every message is aimed

by the Holy Spirit

and not

by ME.

JCandler

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