Our God is Able!

Here’s an old message from a conference gone by..NJY (enjoy) Text: Dan. 3 (17) BR: Dan. 3 (13-18) INTRO: My hope in this Conference is that you will learn/ Rethink/ Pull down strongholds and surmount any difficulties and receive from God whatever you need. This week we’ll be focusing on different aspects of the story of Daniel the prophet. Review; The Babylonian Captivity described, including the four captives of chapter 1. The King sought to change everything about them. (language, names, diet, []

Things that really matter

Text: Matt. 23:23 Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye pay tithe of mint and anisec and cummin, and have omitted the weightier matters of the law, judgment, mercy, and faith: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone. INTRO: There was the story of a woman who was the friend of all. Known and honored in her community for her love, service, her friendly and hospitable nature, it was sad to see her health []

Looking unto Jesus

TEXT:  Matt. 17 (5) BR:  Matt. 17 (1-8) INTRO: Saul was chosen from obscurity, to be the King of Israel.  I Sam 9 (1-2) describes his physical attributes. SAUL LOOKED GOOD! I God did not choose King Saul for us to look to He was not God’s man, he was the People’s man!  Time went by, and he proved to be arrogant, disobedient and cruel!  In I Sam. 15, God asked the Prophet Samuel how long he was going to feel bad about Saul, and []

Are you fighting? by J. C. Ryle

Here’s a good sermon from J. C. Ryle, that will also appear in the upcoming Trumpet magazine Dec. issue.  I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did, and it has no copyright on it, use it as you will.  God bless you, M C Kekel Are You Fighting? by J. C. Ryle “Fight the good fight of faith” 1 Timothy 6:12 It is a curious fact that there is no subject about which most people feel such deep interest as []

The Godhead

This article is also listed under pages named Doctrine\ Godhead. Besides the perpetual controversy between “Oneness” and ”Trinitarian” Christians, many people unfamiliar with the Word of God have no clue about “the Godhead.” (Col. 2:9; Acts 17:19; Rom. 1:20) Nevertheless, most all fundamental Christian groups hold the doctrine (teaching) of the Trinity; the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, as three separate persons in the “Godhead”. No special revelation is required to comprehend the Trinity, but the ignorant deny it exists. Oneness;   []