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Just Stop and Think About It

Proverbs 21:12 The righteous man wisely considereth the  house of the wicked… This statement jumped off the page at me and made me want to praise the Lord. I have had people say about me that I am controlling. I … Continue reading

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May 27th.

May 27, 1771 – Benjamin Merrill was arrested by three divisions of British General Tryon’s army near the Jersey Baptist church in North Carolina, and whisked away to nearby Hillsboro for trial. What was this Baptist laymen’s crime, who had … Continue reading

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May 26th.

May 26, 1826 – Ann Judson wrote a lengthy, heartrending letter to her brother-in-law, Dr. Judson, relating the details of the inhuman suffering that Adoniram had endured during his imprisonment. Some might conclude that God had forgotten His servant, but … Continue reading

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What It Means To Be Independant Fundamental Baptist

Perhaps some of you are familiar with the so-called “expose” of Independent Fundamental Baptist Churches that aired recently on ABC’s 20/20. I will save you the viewing by calling it demonizing, a witch hunt or a smear campaign. The purpose … Continue reading

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Straining at Gnats and Swallowing Camels

Matthew 23:24     Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat , and swallow a camel. I usually don’t lift a verse out of the narrative and build a blog around it, but today this one seemed to fit my frustration. … Continue reading

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Shackles or Freedom?

It should really come as no surprise. We have all heard it preached from the pulpit. We have sung about it in the songs from the hymnbook, yet when it comes we are taken aback, caught off guard and even … Continue reading

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Perilous Times

Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, nuclear meltdowns, terrorist attacks, economic crisis, political corruption, moral coll apse, out of control rising fuel and food costs, calls for a new world order, and the list goes on and on. It’s truly the end of … Continue reading

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