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Acts 11:15-17 A.                       Introduction (Save text and title till end.) 1.                       Why reinvent the wheel? Why make things more complicated than they should be, in the name of progress? 2.      … Continue reading Back to Pentecost

De Opresso Liber (Liberate the Oppressed)

De Opresso Liber is the motto of the US Army Special Forces. It is a latin phrase that means, “Liberate the Oppressed”. The phrase originated during WWII when Colonel Aaron Bank and his Special Forces teams enabled the oppressed French Resistance to grow and eventually oppose and overthrow the occupying German Army. Similarly, it is… Continue reading De Opresso Liber (Liberate the Oppressed)


2 Kings 4:1-6 Luke 17:11-19 A message about the widow woman and vessels of oil. Likening her destitute condition to our condition of emptiness/hunger/need/desire, and the fact that, as long as there is yet a vessel to fill the oil will flow. How did she feel when she realized there were no more vessels to… Continue reading More


Philippians 3:13 (13) Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, Have you ever opened a folder or a document expecting to find the contents on the inside bearing the results of the name… Continue reading Forgetfulness

Tragedy in four stages

Stage 1–The Empty Pew Sleeping late Weekend visits Excuses No resolve Deepening neglect Stage 2–An Empty Heart No time for God No time for prayer Not interested in the Bible Spiritual cobwebs More excuses Stage 3–An Empty life Influence for God–nil Influence for church–nil Example to children on selecting the best–nil Influence on neighbors–nil Materialism… Continue reading Tragedy in four stages

A Mocker or a Marveler?

Acts 2:7 And they were all amazed and marvelled, saying one to another, Behold, are not all these which speak Galilaeans? Acts 2:13 Others mocking said, These men are full of new wine. Some men marvelled, others mocked. Marvelled: something that causes wonder, admiration, or astonishment; a wonderful thing. Mocked: To attack or treat with… Continue reading A Mocker or a Marveler?