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.
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Truly a great means of grace in our day and age in standing firm in the evil days. Brother Don Currin gives a good and powerful message to fight today. Oh that we would be about the "plowing of our fallow ground." (Jeremiah 4:3; Hosea 10:12)
I feel inadequate and unskilled to be able to offer you this humble book review. I am so privileged and blessed of God, in His unmistakable providence, to have read Kurt M. Smith’s new book, “Thundering The Word: The Awakening Ministry of George Whitefield”. This book arrived only last week and I could not help but to lay my current seminary reading...
What a year thus far, to say the least. What I find most heavy upon me is not the state of mankind, nor the politics of the day, nor even eschatological placement of our age, no, not these. The thing that weighs most heavy upon me is the constant 'pole positioning' of leaders / pastors in the professing church.