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Undying Loyalty – In Spite of Good Start and a Bad Finish

August 12, 2022

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I remember Steve Hill of the Brownsville Revival talking about writing books about other revivalist and saying he would only mention people that had passed away and only those that had a great ministry from start to finish. Steve did not wish to write about a living person and then in a few years a […]

Another Gospel

August 6, 2022

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If you have been a believer any amount of time you are familiar with the verse from Galatians, warning about “Another Gospel.” If you are like me, you may have associated this with Jehovah Witnesses or maybe Mormons. More and more I am beginning to see the zeal for a few passages from the Bible […]

Plenty of Anointing, Shortage of Character, and Social Skills

August 6, 2022

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“My Fair Lady” is a story many older people should be familiar with. In this story a woman with poor social skills and a strong Cockney accent is part of bet to see if she could be trained in a proper English way to pass off as a person of royal descent.  For years I […]

Lessons From the Catholic Church

May 15, 2016

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There are so many things about the Catholic Church I disagree with and believe that they do not line up with the Word of God but with the Catholic Church and most other groups that name Jesus as Savour there are things that can be gleaned and learned from them. So often evangelical groups have […]

King Saul Loved Worship Yet Was Unchanged

July 19, 2015

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Here in America we have experienced some of the greatest in quality and anointing of worship for several decades yet the church grows more secular almost by the day. People often pick the church they go to with the worship as the primary consideration. As so many of us have felt a flood of His Presence […]

Cliché Christianity, Can I Get an Amen?

April 26, 2015

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Not sure who I will offend so I apologize ahead of time.  If God is returning for a glorious church without spot of wrinkle then one would assume that this church would not be a church filled with habitual language in prayers, teaching, and even prophecies, let alone all the Christian clichés. Matthew 6:7 But […]

Stories From A Pastor, Side Effects of Pride – Subtitled Prideful Free Agents

April 19, 2015

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Seems like the pulpit messages about pride are few these days compared to what used to be heard years ago. In times past you might get questioned if you used the word “pride or proud” even about one of your children but not today, no risk at all. As the devil is described in Ezekiel […]

God in Your Work, Unions?

March 8, 2015

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As I continue on God in you work I will discuss whether or not Labor Unions are biblical.  The short answer is that unions are not biblical in any way.  If you dis-like unions you are so happy and if you are a part of one and have seen the injustices of some employers you […]

God In Your Work

March 1, 2015

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Here in America most Christians separate their job or business from their Christian life. Many are often very dedicated believers in their weekly devotions and church attendance but are looking to man for the answers in the work place, even going so far as to ask God to help man instead of looking directly to […]

The Voice of Blood

February 22, 2015

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There are many songs written over the years about the power of the Blood of Jesus but just like all words, all words have power with the Words of God being the most powerful.  All blood has power with Jesus’s blood being the most powerful. The Greatest Sacrifice Before you think I am getting too […]