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It’s The LORD’s Day!
Gospel preacher, Steve Higginbotham wrote on the week before last Christmas an article entitled, “Do You Know What Next Sunday Is?” In it, he said, “As you already know, next Sunday, just eight days from now will be… ‘The Lord’s … Continue reading
Posted in History, Old Testament/New Testament, Phrase Study, worship Tagged 1 Corinthians 10:23, 1 Corinthians 11: 23-26, 1 Corinthians 11:20, 1 Corinthians 14:15-16, 1 Corinthians 16:1-2, 1 Corinthians 9:7, Acts 20:7, Acts 2:1, attitude, attitude about worship, augustus day, book early christians speak, book ecclesiastcal history by eusebius, burnell eckardt, carpenter, christmas, church established, church worshipped, Colossians 3:16, deismann, everett ferguson, giving thanks, gottesblog, Hebrews 10:24-25, ignatius of antioch, james burton coffman, Jesus appeared to disciples, joy, Leviticus 23:15-16, Luke 24:53-53, lutheran magazine, pentecost, preachinghelp.org, r.t. randell, Revelation 1:10, significance of first day of week, steve higginbotham, sunday, tertullian, the didache, the lord's day, the Lord's Supper, the lord's table, the sabbath, tomb found empty, we get to go, worship Leave a comment
I’ve heard people say things like, “I’m just an ordinary person. What can I do?” They reason that since they lack formal or specialized training and eloquence of speech they are useless in the service of God… The truth is, … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Soul Winning, stewardship Tagged amos, andrew, carpenter, David, elisha, encouragement for those who think that they can do nothing, esther, farmer, fishermen, gatherer of sycamore fruit, gideon, God can use ordinary folks, ignorant, james, john, joseph, keeper of sheep, moses, no special training, ordinary folks can accomplish the extraordinary, orphan, paul, peter, plowboy, ruth, shepherd, speech difficulty, unlearned, wheat farmer, widow Leave a comment
Jesus: His Humanity
Some people have a difficult time relating to Jesus, because somewhere they have gotten the idea that He was specially protected, and shielded from the difficulties of life as we experience it. Nothing could be further from the truth of … Continue reading
Posted in Jesus, Miracles, Suffering, Temptation Tagged born of woman, carpenter, church at Corinth, churches of galatia, David, dont feel sorrow for self, excruciating, homer hailey, hunger and thirst, hungry, increased in wisdom stature favor, Jesus emptied self, Jesus series, Jesus' humanity, jonah, josephus, judas, manger, miraclulous abilities and sin, miricles by holy spirit, moses, nazareth, no form of comliness, no halo, no special beauty, pain, peter, physical limitations, prophet of 1 Kings 13, samson, sleep, Solomon, sorrow and grief, talmud, tasted death, tempted, thirsty, tired, weary Leave a comment