Tag Archives: resurrection

Give Me Something to Hear

As I write this I should be working on my Easter sermon instead, but I’m stuck.  I mean, what should a preacher preach on Easter?  The Resurrection, right?  Sure, that’s a no-brainer.  But what about the Resurrection needs to be … Continue reading

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Lord, if you had been here…

The title of this post comes from the lips of Martha and later from the lips of her sister Mary in John 11.  Independently of one another, these sisters both say, “Lord, if you had been here our brother would … Continue reading

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Baptism

Last week at East Point, I preached on baptism.  The New Testament writers, led by the Holy Spirit, describe baptism as the time and place that we are united to Christ by God’s grace.  Here are my sermon notes.  If … Continue reading

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After the Storms

That was quite a night last night.  It seems like we get a few nights like that every year in this part of Arkansas.  Sadly, people lost their lives in this storm.  Even though I don’t know their names or … Continue reading

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Baptism Basics

If you’re looking for an introduction to the biblical teachings about baptism and its relationship to salvation, then I hope the following will be helpful to you.  This is not an exhaustive study of the subject, but the scripture references … Continue reading

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Resurrection

Everything we believe comes down to this one point of faith: the resurrection of Jesus Christ. If Jesus was not really raised from the dead, then none of the dead will ever live again. If Jesus was not really raised … Continue reading

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Living after Easter

It’s too bad that tax day followed so soon on the heels of Easter this year.  The growing secularization of our society can be seen in the quick shift from Easter egg hunts to tax day tea parties.  But I … Continue reading

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There Is Good News

I believe in the one God who makes Himself known in nature, in our life experiences, but most of all in the pages of the Bible. I believe, like He claims in Scripture, that Jesus is His Son, that Jesus … Continue reading

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