Why Stress Baptism?  (Part #2)

Why Stress Baptism? (Part #2)

Last week, we looked at the importance of baptism in Romans 6.1-5.  As Romans 6 describes baptism as the action that creates a new life. It is important to remember that Romans is written by the apostle Paul.  (Romans 1.1) Paul was a changed man from the road to...
Why Stress Baptism?  (Part #1)

Why Stress Baptism? (Part #1)

For years, the churches of Christ have been known for emphasis on the topic of baptism. Baptism has been a constant discussion among theologicals for hundreds, it not a couple thousand years. As various religious groups have found themselves divided over baptism, it...
Why Stress Baptism?  (Part #2)

The Old, Worn Out Bible

Do you remember the Bible of your grandparents? Maybe you remember the Bible of your parents? Do you remember their old, worn out Bible? It does not matter if it was a $10 Bible from the General Store or from Walmart, but you remember that old, worn out Bible. Today,...
John Wesley’s Rules for Singing

John Wesley’s Rules for Singing

Singing is powerful aspect of our worship that motivates one to a greater attitude and a greater desire to worship. Music has a tendency to transport the mind into a higher realm. In 1780, John Wesley published his rules for singing as a part of a hymnal he produced...
How to “Get Something” from the Sermon or Bible Class

How to “Get Something” from the Sermon or Bible Class

Every week, across our brotherhood, sermons are presented, and Bible classes are taught. During those few hours each week, some people gain more insights than others. While it may be said that we should not come “looking for something”, we should come ready do worship...
The Front of a Bible

The Front of a Bible

If you were asked to describe the Bible, what words would you use? In the front of a Bible given to me when I graduate high school, the words below are found. Let them stir your mind on how you will describe the Bible when someone asks. This book reveals the mind of...

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