New Bible Rebind - This all new NKJV Reformation Study Bible has been rebound with deer-skin over lamb-skin. The spine has been constructed with the oxford hollow, new tail bands and ribbons. This Bible is for sale and the price includes shipping with in the U.S. Asking price is $225. Learn more and/or contact us…
The enemy always conspires, consults, steals and twists so to deceive us. And I am not just talking about Satan, that ancient serpent of old who seeks to steal, kill and destroy, at times silent as a snake and again like a roaring lion, but I am talking about his workmen who carry out the deeds of darkness. Yes, humans do conspire and carry out pure evil conspiracies of all kinds. Although the enemy will often take the truth, twist the narrative and launch an accusatory, and retaliatory, attack against those who are wielding truth. Satan even takes the concept of the sword and trowel from the Scriptures twisting it into a perverted form of usage for the Masons. Fortunately C.H. Spurgeon used it correctly and in a God honoring and Christ exalting fashion (You can still get the Sword and Trowel Magazine today).
Reflecting on Twenty Years: Plowing into Eternity | As I have said before, "I in a heap of sin so insurmountable that if it were not for the grace of Jesus Christ and His propitiation, I would forever be undone by my atrocities against the Lord my God."
Reflecting upon twenty years and looking forward to the plowing into eternity.
King James Version (KJV), large print, rebind sheep skin over lambskin, 3 ribbons, Oxford hollow spine.
I have not been writing nearly as much due to constant directional changes with my job and extensive travel and the demands of family life. Instead of making several different blog posts, I decided to just post this one (for now) keeping it simple and on point.
May we move forward remembering what Jesus declared, for truly He is the only “way, truth and life” and that “apart from Him we can do nothing” pleasing to our God. Let us not be those who...
This last Sunday Pastor Brett Baggett, of Ekklesia Muskogee, gave the last of two messages dedicated to Philippians 4:13 - "I can do all things through Him who strengthens me." There is little doubt that the exposition given through this verse is one of the best I have ever heard; it was clear, concise and as if one of the puritans or reformers was heralding the Word!
Just wanted to share this rebind we did for a young man.