Monthly Archives: September 2013

What Must I Do To Be Saved?

What must one do to be saved?  According to John 3:16 “whosoever believeth in him, may not perish, but may have life everlasting.”  But what are we asking to be believed in?  Let’s take a pictorial and scriptural walk through salvation … Continue reading

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Purgatory

In the parable of the rich man and Lazarus, do you think the rich man was in Hell?  Well, I personally don’t think so and I’ll tell you why a little further down. Until Jesus paid the ultimate price giving … Continue reading

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Pope Changing Church Teaching?

The full text of the interview is copyrighted, except for quoting portions.  For the purpose of this article I will be quoting only the section which has been taken out of context by many “reporters” who are trying to make … Continue reading

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Parents With Young Children In Church

This is a great article: http://www.iamtotallythatmom.blogspot.com/2013/05/dear-parents-with-young-children-in.html I don’t want to jump through all the copyright hoops to quote it here, so I’ll just leave the link (above) and summarize.   Basically – we NEED your children in church!  Your children, … Continue reading

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Truth and Authority for Steve Finnell

Well, I suspect this was another “drive-by” posting from Mr. Finnell, but since he posted – I’ll respond.  In fact, in just doing a quick Google search I see that Finnell posted this exact same article to about 20 other … Continue reading

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A Couple More Memes!

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Repentance and Mercy

In this week’s readings we find the themes of repentance and mercy.  In his letter to Timothy, Paul tells us that he was once a blasphemer, persecutor and arrogant but because he acted out of ignorance the grace of the … Continue reading

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