In Remembrance

articles from our weekly bulletin

Experience God

Twice in the last month I’ve run across “religious advertising” that has featured the phrase that entitles this article.  In one instance, a local religious organization was promoting some kind of holiday program and the banner in front of their facility invited the general public to “Come Experience God”.  The other circumstance is a bit more pronounced and permanent, as one of the prominent “community churches” in Beaumont has erected a high-tech sign outside of their building which features not

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True Bible Preaching (Part 1)

In this lesson, we took a look at what is true Bible preaching. This is part 1 of the lesson.

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Can We See the Bible Alike?

It has always amazed me that there are so many different religions today.  How can there be so many different interpretations to the Bible?  The question of whether or not we can all see the Bible alike is often asked and the answer is yes we can if we see it at all.  There are [...]

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Is It Possible To Stand In The Way of Sinners?

The question is one that all Christians must ask ourselves.  Are we as elders, deacons, preachers, and members of the church shutting up the kingdom of heaven against men?  The following scriptures suggest that it is possible. “Blessed is the man Who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, Nor stands in the path [...]

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“I Will Build My Church”

It is Jesus Christ who said: “I will build My church” (Matthew 16:18) The church Jesus said He would build had its beginning nearly two thousand years ago on the day of Pentecost, fifty days after Jesus’ resurrection from the dead. Acts chapter two records that as people obeyed the commands to believe in Jesus, [...]

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