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Friday, July 27, 2018

Christian Endurance


“Let Endurance have its perfect result”


While studying something in the book of Revelation, I was struck by some very important words of commendation that Jesus had for some Christians in Ephesus who were about to face severe persecution:

“‘I know your works, your toil and your patient endurance, and how you cannot bear with those who are evil, but have tested those who call themselves apostles and are not, and found them to be false. 3 I know you are enduring patiently and bearing up for my name's sake, and you have not grown weary. Revelation 2:2-3

Verse 3 has three different tenses that each emphasise endurance differently. Maybe we could put it this way:

  Endurance is your enduring quality, and you stand firm in My name as an example of untiring defenders of the  faith.


Jesus had once said: He who endures to the end, it is he who will be saved. Matthew 24:13.

And James 1:4, "Let endurance have its perfect result, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.

Also Hebrews 10:36, For you have need of endurance, so that when you have done the will of God, you may receive what was promised.

Again in Revelation 14:12-13, Here is the perseverance of the saints who keep the commandments of God, and their faith in Jesus. And I heard a loud voice from heaven, saying, "Write. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on."

"Yes," says the Spirit, "that they may rest from their labours, for their deeds follow them." 


·       Faith is conviction, trust, obedience and endurance.

·       Endurance is faith that never gives up.

·       Your salvation depends on your enduring faith.

·       Never quit.


Financial Contribution as Worship

Our Financial Contribution as Worship


In last week’s essay on worship from the heart that pleases God, I did not include our giving in the worship service. This was not an oversight, nor because I don’t consider the offering as worship; it was about the space I had. Today we will look at giving as worship.

The following is an adapted version of: “Bible Verses to Help Make the Offering a More Meaningful Part of the Worship Service,” by Rob Chewning.

Our offerings are an act of worship. The worship offering provides believers the opportunity to respond in gratitude to the grace, love, and mercy of God and to put their faith and trust in the Lord into action. The offering to God each Sunday is an act of worship just like participating in the sacrifice of Christ at the Lord’s Supper, singing the hymns, hearing the sermon, and engaging in prayer. The following verses will help you to see this:

Psalm 96:7-8 –“Ascribe to the LORD, O families of the peoples, ascribe to the LORD glory and strength! Ascribe to the LORD the glory due His name; bring an offering, and come into His courts!”

Psalm 116:12-14 – “What shall I render to the LORD for all His benefits to me?  I will lift up the cup of salvation and call on the name of the LORD, I will pay my vows to the LORD in the presence of all His people.”

Proverbs 3:9 – “Honour the LORD with your wealth and with the first fruits of all your produce.”

Proverbs 11:24 – “One gives freely, yet grows all the richer; another withholds what he should give, and only suffers want.”

Matthew 5:23-24 – “So if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there before the altar and go. First be reconciled to your brother, and then come and offer your gift.”

Luke 6:38 – “Give, and it will be given to you. Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap. For with the measure you use it will be measured back to you.”

Luke 12:15 – “And He said to them, ‘Take care, and be on your guard against all covetousness, for one’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.’”

Luke 12:48b – “Everyone to whom much was given, of him much will be required, and from him to whom they entrusted much, they will demand the more.”

Luke 16:11 – “If then you have not been faithful in the unrighteous wealth (money), who will entrust to you the true riches?”

Luke 21:1-4 – “Jesus looked up and saw the rich putting their gifts into the offering box, and he saw a poor widow put in two small copper coins. And he said, ‘Truly I tell you, this poor widow has put in more than all of them. For they all contributed out of their abundance, but she out of her poverty put in all she had to live on.’”

Acts 4:32-35 – “Now the full number of those who believed were of one heart and soul, and no one said that any of the things that belonged to him was his own, but they had everything in common … and great grace was upon them all. There was not a needy person among them, for as many as were owners of lands or houses sold them and brought the proceeds of what was sold and laid it at the apostles’ feet, and it was distributed to each as any had need.”

Acts 20:35b – [Jesus said,] “It is more blessed to give than to receive.”

Romans 12:13 – “Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality.”

1 Corinthians 16:2 – “On the first day of every week, each of you is to put something aside and store it up, as he may prosper, so that there will be no collecting when I come.”

2 Corinthians 8:7 – “But as you excel in everything—in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in all earnestness, and in our love for you—see that you excel in this act of grace also.”

2 Corinthians 8:12-13 – “For if the readiness is there, it is acceptable according to what a person has, not according to what he does not have. For I do not mean that others should be eased and you burdened, but that as a matter of fairness your abundance at the present time should supply their need, so that their abundance may supply your need, that they may be fairness.”

2 Corinthians 9:6-8 – “The point is this: whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that having all sufficiency in all things at all times, you may abound in every good work.”

2 Corinthians 9:11-12 – “You will be enriched in every way to be generous in every way, which through us will produce thanksgiving to God. For the ministry of this service (giving) is not only supplying the needs of the saints but is also overflowing in many thanksgivings to God.”

2 Corinthians 9:15 – “Thanks be to God for His inexpressible gift!”

Galatians 6:9-10 – “And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up. So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith.”


David Carr


Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Simple sermon outline on God



1. God is self-existent and eternal; He had no beginning and will have no end (Genesis 1:1; Genesis 21:33; Isaiah 40:28; Psalm 90:2).

2. He is the creator of all things, including mankind (Genesis 1:1-2:1; Exodus 20:11; Acts 17:26-28).

3. He is Almighty God; He is omnipotent (possessing all power) (Genesis 17:1; Genesis 18:14).

4. He is the Lord God (Genesis 15:2; Numbers 14:17; Deuteronomy 3:24; Matthew 4:7; Hebrews 1:10).

5. He is “the Great, the Mighty God, whose name is the Lord of hosts” (Jeremiah 32:17-19). 

6. He is the “I AM WHO I AM” (Exodus 3:14).

7. God is invisible (Colossians 1:15).

8. God is all-wise and all-knowing (omniscient) (Romans 16:27; Hebrews 4:13).

9. He is present everywhere (omnipresent) (Psalm 139:7-12; Jeremiah 23:23-24).

10. God is Spirit (John 4:24), and a spirit does not have flesh and bones (Luke 24:39).

11. God does not dwell in temples made with hands (Acts 17:24).

12. He is the living and true God (I Thessalonians 1:9; Matthew 16:16; Hebrews 9:13-14; Hebrews 10:31).

13. He is the only acceptable object of man’s worship (Exodus 20:3; Matthew 4:10; Acts 17:22-31; John 4:24).

14. He is the God of glory (Acts 7:2).

15. He is the first member of the Godhead (the Divine Nature) (Matthew 28:18-20; II Corinthians 13:14).

16. God is holy (separate) (Isaiah 6:1-3; I Peter 1:15-16).

17. God is love (I John 4:8-10).

18. He is a God of grace (I Corinthians 1:4; II Corinthians 6:1; Ephesians 1:6).

19. He is the giver of every good and perfect gift (James 1:17).

20. He gave His Son as a sin-offering (an atonement) for all mankind (John 3:16; Romans 5:8; Romans 3:21-26).

21. God is merciful (Ephesians 2:4; I Peter 1:3; Hebrews 4:16).

22. He has blessed Christians with all spiritual blessings in Christ Jesus (Ephesians 1:3).

23. He is the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ (Ephesians 1:3; I Peter 1:3).

24. As the creator of all mankind, He is the God and Father of all (Ephesians 4:6).

25. To Christians (those who have become His spiritual children), God is “our Father who art in heaven” (Matthew 6:9; II Corinthians 6:14-18; Galatians 3:26-27; Philippians 4:20).

26. God has spoken—in “time past (Old Testament ages, hf) . . . by the prophets,” but “in these last days” (the last epoch of earth’s history, hf) “by His Son” (Hebrews 1:1-2).).

27. God cannot lie (Hebrews 6:18; Titus 1:2).

28. God gave the Scriptures as His complete, final, perfect and all-sufficient guide to mankind (II Timothy 3:16-17).

29. God does not change (Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 1:10-12; cf. Psalm 102:25-27).

30. God is both good and severe (Romans 11:22).

31. He is to be feared (respected) and His commandments are to be kept, such being the whole duty of man and the objective evidence that one truly loves God (Ecclesiastes 12:13; I John 2:3).

32. He is no respecter of persons, i.e., He shows no partiality (Acts 10:34-35).

33. God disciplines His children so that they may be “partakers of His holiness” (Hebrews 12:5-11).

34. He is the “God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation” (II Corinthians 1:3-4).

35. God desires all to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth; He is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance (I Timothy 2:3-4; II Peter 3:9).

36. For those who believe that He is, God is “a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him” (Hebrews 11:6)

37. God is a consuming fire (Hebrews 12:29).

38. God is righteous (always does what is right) (John 17:25; I John 2:29; Revelation 16:5).

39. He is a God of justice and will judge the world in righteousness through His Son Jesus Christ (Genesis 18:25b; Psalm 89:14; Romans 1:32; Matthew 25:31-46; Acts 17:30-31; Romans 2:16).

40. In the consummation of all things, the kingdom will be delivered to God the Father “that God may be all in all” (I Corinthians 15:24-28; cf. Romans 16:27; Jude 25).


Hugh Fulford


Monday, July 23, 2018

Who's in Heaven?

I was shocked, confused, bewildered
as I entered Heaven's door,
Not by the beauty of it all,
by the lights, or its decor.

But it was the folks in Heaven
who made me sputter and gasp--
the thieves, the liars, the sinners,
the alcoholics, the trash.

There stood the kid from seventh grade
who swiped my lunch money twice.
Next to him was my old neighbor
who never said anything nice.

Herb, who I always thought
was rotting away in hell,
was sitting pretty on cloud nine,
looking incredibly well.

I nudged Jesus, "What's the deal?
I would love to hear Your take.
How'd all these sinners get up here?
God must've made a mistake.

And why's everyone so quiet,
so somber? Give me a clue."
"Hush, child," said He. "They're all in shock.
No one thought they'd see you.”

Judge NOT.


Author Unknown

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Publix grocery store in Daphne, Alabama

From the Trash Heap

Some grocery store employees took customer service to a new level.

Jenna Rachal and her 3-year-old daughter, Madison, went shopping recently at the Publix grocery
store in Daphne, Alabama. When they had completed their shopping, they left the store abruptly due
to a heavy rainstorm. When they returned home, little Madison realized that she had lost her
stuffed bunny. Knowing that she had it while they were at Publix, they went back to the store the
next day to see if they could find it. They could not find it nor had it been turned in to the
customer service desk. They left and little Madison was heartbroken.

Rachal posted a plea on Facebook asking for anyone who may have seen the toy to return it to
Madison. The post was shared more than 1,500 times. One of the people who viewed it was Mike
Gayheart, the manager of the Publix store where the bunny had been lost.

Gayheart and some other Publix employees began to investigate. They watched surveillance video.
They saw the bunny perched in a shopping cart where Madison had left it. They watched on video as
the bunny was taken to a trash can and dumped. The trash can was emptied into a trash compactor,
the compactor was emptied into the dumpster, and the dumpster was later emptied into a garbage
truck. So the Publix employees knew that the bunny had been taken to the landfill.

Gayheart couldn't stand it. He assembled a crew and headed to the landfill. Here's the rest of the
story in Madison's mom own words: "So, Mike, the amazing manager at Publix in Daphne [plus] 3
additional employees went to the landfill to dig for bunny and FOUND HIM! Mike took bunny home and
washed him 3 times to get him nice and clean. Bunny still [had] a stench but we are so happy he is
home. Maddie has not let him go and she says he doesn't stink!"

Gayheart and his crew went the extra mile to help mend a little girl's broken heart, and the little
girl and her mother couldn't be more grateful. *

When you and I were on the trash heap because of our sin, the Son of God came to seek for us and to
save us (Luke 19:10). Jesus had to give His life to save us from our sins (Romans 5:8). Although
we are stained and smelly, we can be washed clean by the blood that He shed for us (Revelation 1:5).

God will wash away our sins, add us to His family, and give us eternal life when we place our faith
and trust in Jesus (Acts 16:30-31), turn from our sins in repentance (Acts 17:30-31), confess Jesus
before men (Romans 10:9-10), and are baptized (immersed) into Christ for the forgiveness of our sins
(Acts 2:38). As we continue to follow Him, the blood of Jesus will continue to cleanse us from sin
(1 John 1:7-9).

Rejoice, "for the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost" (Luke 19:10). "And now why are
you waiting? Arise and be baptized, and wash away your sins, calling on the name of the Lord" (Acts

-- David A. Sargent

* Information gleaned from "Publix employees dig through landfill to find adorable girl's lost
bunny" by Chris Best of WKRG,

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Psalm 38:6 " I am troubled; I am bowed down greatly; I go mourning all the day long".

As David speaks these words, his heart is troubled greatly because his iniquities have become a burden far too heavy for him to bear (Ps. 38:4). We know all too well that the foolishness of sin will always, sooner or later, result in a heavy heart. While the context of this statement concerns sins that cause distress, the thought keeps echoing through my mind that the sentiment of these words are true as they relate to the feelings that so often engulf us because of many different circumstances we are faced with as we journey down life's pathway.


 We do not always understand why some things happen in this life and like Gideon of old, we  sometimes cry out "Why" (Judges 6:12-13). Why this burden? Why this suffering? Why this sickness? Why this death? Sometimes the road of life is going to be smooth and easy. Sometimes that same road is going to be rocky and hard and we will encounter those moments when an unspeakable weariness will sweep down over our souls and we simply want to cry out, "O wretched man that I am".


For the faithful child of God it is not a matter of not knowing what to do or where to turn when the way is rocky and hard, For you see, we know where comfort and peace of mind can be found (Phil. 4:6-7; Heb. 4:16; Isa. 12:2-3; Isa. 40:31: Rom. 8:28, 31, 35-39).


When we are troubled, when we are bowed down under a burden that seems too heavy for us to bear, it is then that our souls must be fastened to the rock that cannot be moved. That rock is Jesus Christ, our Lord, our strength, our fortress, our deliverer (Psalms 18:1-2). Burdens, trials, heartaches are a part of life for all of us. We sing a beautiful song that says, "O sometimes the shadows are deep and rough seems the oath to the goal; And sorrows how often they sweep Like tempests down over the soul". The chorus then rings out, "O to the rock let me fly, to the rock that is higher than I". As we walk this earthly pathway, our prayer should ever be, "Lead me to the rock that is higher than I", for it is there that we will always find rest in this weary land.


To God be the glory and dominion forever and ever, Amen (1 Peter 5:11).


Charles Hicks

Friday, July 13, 2018

The Gospel of the Kingdom: Jesus the Son of God and Son of David - our Divine Saviour King


Here is a useful Bible study on the Kingdom of Christ. Study the following Scriptures and then try answering the questions that follow.


Colossians 1:12-14

Genesis 49:10

Deuteronomy 17:14-20

1 Samuel 8:7

2 Samuel 7:11-16

1 Kings 1:35

1 Chronicles 28:5; 29:23

Psalms 2, 47, 89, 103, 110 and 132:10-12

Isaiah 9:1-7; 11:1-10; 33:22; 45:21-22

Jeremiah 22:18-30 and 23:5-6

Daniel 2:44 and 7:9-27

Amos 9:11

Haggai 2:20-23

Zechariah 6:13

Matthew 4:17,23; 6:9-10; 16:13-28; 24:14

Mark 15:43

Luke 1:30-35; 2:10-14; 17:20-21; 23:42

John 3:3,5;  6:15; 18:36

Acts 1:3,6-8; 2:22-39; 8:12; 14:21-22; 15:8-19; 20:25; 28:23,31

Romans 14:17; 15:12

1 Corinthians 15:23-28

2 Peter 1:1-11

Revelation 1:4-20; 11:1-19; 12:1-17; 17:9-14; 19:6-16; 20:4,6

1.         What does “kingdom” mean?


2.         Has God always been King and Saviour?


3.         Why then did Jesus have to come as God and Saviour?


4.         Why is David so important in connection with the kingdom?


5.         For how long was Israel without a King after Coniah? Why?


6.         Why are Daniel’s prophecies so important?


7.        What is the connection between God as King, David as King and Jesus as King?


8.         What is the connection between Jesus and David?


9.         When did Jesus restore the throne of David? How and Why?


10.       What is the relationship between Jesus as King and Jesus as Saviour?


11.       What will happen to the kingdom when Jesus returns at the end of time?


12.       Does Jesus reign as King of your life?

How does He reign?

How do you know?



Arise, O Lord, and go to your resting place, you and the ark of your might.

Let your priests be clothed with righteousness, and let your saints shout for joy.

For the sake of your servant David, do not turn away the face of your anointed one.

The Lord swore to David a sure oath from which he will not turn back:

One of the sons of your body I will set on your throne.

If your sons keep my covenant and my testimonies that I shall teach them,

their sons also forever shall sit on your throne.”

For the Lord has chosen Zion; he has desired it for his dwelling place:

“This is my resting place forever; here I will dwell, for I have desired it.

I will abundantly bless her provisions; I will satisfy her poor with bread.

Her priests I will clothe with salvation, and her saints will shout for joy.

There I will make a horn to sprout for David; I have prepared a lamp for my anointed.

His enemies I will clothe with shame, but on him his crown will shine.” Psalm 132:8-18


Compare Revelation 1:5-6 and 20:4-6


David Carr


Saturday, July 7, 2018

Nicole Pelletiere via Good Morning America

A Teacher's Legacy

Tammy Waddell was an educator. This beloved teacher passed away at the age of 58 on June 9, 2018,
after a battle with stomach cancer. She had served the children and community of Forsyth County,
Georgia, for thirty years as a paraprofessional and elementary teacher. Those who knew her well
extol her generosity, selflessness, and unconditional love. Part of her legacy was what she wanted
done at her funeral.

In her obituary in the Forsyth County News was this request: "In lieu of flowers, please bring
backpacks filled with school supplies to honor Tammy's passion for children in need or make a
donation in memory of Tammy Waddell to Project Connect." Project Connect is a local program in
Cumming, GA that provides backpacks and school supplies to needy children.

At Waddell's funeral on June 13, a number of teachers lined up outside the funeral home displaying
dozens of backpacks full of supplies that had been donated in her memory.

Waddell's son, Kevin Waddell, 35, who is also a teacher in Forsyth County Schools, told ABC's Good
Morning America that it was no shock to learn the backpacks were one of his mother's final requests.

"Part of what I loved about my mom was the passion she had as a teacher. It's one of the
inspirations that led me to the profession," he said. "She lived life by loving others and she was
never worried about attention . she was just focused on the love," he added.

Even in her last days, she was thinking of others, especially needy students. What a wonderful
legacy of a loving educator!

There was Another who died thinking of others. In fact, He died for others. He died on a cross for
the sins of others, including yours and mine (1 Corinthians 15:3). He died for us because our sins
separate us from God and put us on the path to destruction (Isaiah 59:1-2; Matthew 7:13-14). He
died for us so that we can be saved from our sins and receive the gift of eternal life (John 3:16;
Romans 6:23).

"But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for
us" (Romans 5:8).

God will save and give eternal life to those who place their faith and trust in Jesus (Acts
16:30-31), turn from their sins in repentance (Acts 17:30-31), confess Jesus before men (Romans
10:9-10), and are baptized (immersed) into Christ for the forgiveness of sins (Acts 2:38). He will
continue to cleanse from sin those who continue to walk in the light of His Word (1 John 1:7).

Reflecting on the death that Jesus died for us, the Apostle Paul wrote: "I have been crucified with
Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the
flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me" (Galatians 2:20).

As YOU and I consider Jesus' death on the cross, YOU can say the same thing: "He loved ME and gave
Himself for ME." Think about this: "He died, not only thinking of ME; He died for ME."

Now, won't YOU accept God's loving offer of salvation and eternal life on His terms?

-- David A. Sargent

* Information gleaned from "Teacher's last wish for backpacks at funeral inspires thousands: 'She
lived life by loving others'" by Nicole Pelletiere via Good Morning America of, June
26, 2018.

Thursday, July 5, 2018

Luke 17:32 "Remember Lot's wife."


Lot's wife, a nameless woman, has become for all people of all ages an unforgettable woman. She is a great example of the folly of not following God's commands exactly as he gives them (Gen. 19:12-17, 24-26).


The study of Lot's wife must begin with that unforgettable decision Lot made in Genesis 13. Because of strife between their herdmen, Abraham decides that he and Lot must  separate so he gives Lot the choice of direction to go. Lot lifts up his eyes, beholds the well watered plains of Jordan and chooses to pitch his tent toward Sodom, eventually moving into that city an unforgettable wrong choice (Gen. 13:5-13).


Then comes the unforgettable decision by God (Gen. 18). The day came when God decided to destroy Sodom but before he would do so he told Abraham of his decision. Abraham pleaded for Sodom to be spared (50--45--40--30--20--10) but Sodom's fate was sealed (Gen. 18:17-33). Now comes the unforgettable opportunity. Lot, his wife and daughters are given the opportunity to escape the doom. They have the opportunity to begin a new life but Lot lingers--what is he waiting for? Finally we see them as they leave Sodom (Gen.19:1, 12-22). And now we witness that most unforgettable disobedience on the part of Lot's wife. Instructions had been given one of which was "look not behind thee". Sodom had a strong hold on the heart of this nameless woman. She disobeyed and was consumed just as the angels had said (Gen. 19:17-26).


Lot's wife went a little way toward being saved but she had a problem-- she had a divided heart. This is a problem with many today (Matthew 6:24; Luke 9:61-62; Matthew 6:21). As we travel this pathway of life I hope that we will remember Lot's wife and in so doing make right choices, use our opportunities to serve God, and obey him by giving strict obedience to his commands. Do what he says, it is the only safe way to go!


Charles Hicks

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

'Justification' For Drinking?

A study by Harvard researchers tracked 38,000 men, aged 40 to 75, for 12 years. The results revealed that "those who drank alcohol had 35 to 40 percent fewer heart attacks" and that "the best results came from drinking almost every day." The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

We are certain that there will be some folks, even some of our brethren, who will quickly latch onto this study and use its results as a further argument to "justify" the practice of "moderate, social drinking." This is anticipated, unfortunately, because there have always been some who desperately want to prove that drinking - at least moderate drinking - is "OK." Their arguments are flawed, and their conclusions are wrong.

For sake of argument, let's say that the new Harvard study is correct. Never mind that such studies are routinely discredited by the next "research" that comes down the pike. Also disregard the obvious and awful consequences of ‘problem drinking’ that wreck the lives of millions of people every year. Even if we ignore these things, the argument still fails to "justify" the practice. Consider this parallel example:

Imagine that a "new study" finds that the adrenaline rush that comes from robbing banks is beneficial to one's health. It invigorates the nerves, expands cardiovascular function, and stimulates one's immune system - it may even provide a cure for AIDS (why not!?!). Now, if such research was true (obviously it's not!), would one be "justified" to go out and rob a bank? Certainly not! Any health benefit, real or imagined, would not offset the plain condemnation of stealing found in the word of God (Ephesians 4:28).

Now, here's the point: God's Word clearly and absolutely condemns drunkenness AND so-called "moderate" or "social" drinking (Galatians 5:19-21; 1 Peter 4:3). Questionable "studies" about health benefits notwithstanding, it is still a sin to drink alcohol. Think!

- by Greg Gwin


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