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John Bunyan (1628 – 1688), who wrote the classic “Pilgrim’s Progress,” was imprisoned for twelve years for preaching without an official license from the king. He was viewed as a dissenter, who did not compromise in his beliefs or writings with the leading authorities of his time. Therefore, he was not ordained in the Church of England. He would endure years in prison and many personal sacrifices, rather than giving up his Godly calling to preach the gospel to the world.
Denominations die, not equal sound doctrine. So I say as Paul does in his charge in II Timothy, verses two-four: preach the word of God, only. Be persistent, whether the time is favorable or not. Be patiently correct, rebuke, and encourage your people with good teaching.
Denomination does not equal sound doctrine. So I say as Paul does in his charge in 2 Timothy 2:4, “Preach the word of God, only. Be persistent, whether the time is favorable or not. Be patient. Correct, rebuke, and encourage your people with good teaching.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is as true and real as the sun rising and setting. The Bible tells us of a man who died after being crucified on a rugged cross, went into the grave, and came out visibly, physically, and literally from the grave three days later.
Louis Armstrong also known as “Satchmo,” was born into a poverty-stricken environment. Rising from a humble beginning, he became a great trumpet player who was eventually known all over the world. Born to teenagers, he went to live with his grandmother who also took him to church. At the age of 11, he quit school to make money selling stuff on the streets of New Orleans and singing with numerous groups.
Genesis two gives a detailed account of the creation of the first man, Adam, and the first woman, Eve. The first surgery, with anesthesia on Adam, was some 2,500 years later than it was recorded by Moses in what we now know as the first book of the Bible — Genesis. Scripture declares that God “took one of Adam’s ribs
John was presenting the gospel of St. John to his Jewish and Gentile audiences by using terms they both understood. He begins by stating, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God,” The Greek word translated “Word” in this passage is Logos. For example, in the Old Testament the “word” of God is often used as an