WHAT SHALL WE DO?

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Text: Acts 2:37-41 Jews gathered in Jerusalem “out of every nation under heaven” on the Day of Pentecost. The Apostle Peter preached the Gospel and every Jew form every nation heard the Gospel in their … Read More

I’ve Set the Sail

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Someone said, “It is the set of the sails, not the direction of the wind that determines which way we will go.” On the sea, In the dark of night I’ve set the sail Till … Read More

The Lonely Pine

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The lonely pine In thickly wood Beneath the blind Of others stood Among them all Gathered round Looking down On him so small And passer by Gaze with fright Of giant forest In their sight … Read More

Prayer and Fasting

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The Prayer and Fasting ministry of First Baptist started in January of 2013. Typically we fast for 24 hours on the last Saturday of each month. The fast will normally begins after the evening meal … Read More

Expect Delays

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A man and his toolbox arrived at his destination and rang the doorbell. “Good morning, ma’am, I’m the plumber. I’ve come to fix the pipe.” “But I didn’t call a plumber.” “You didn’t? Aren’t you … Read More

Almost Persuaded

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I wrote these words several years ago with intentions of a tract. In the Bible at the twenty-sixth chapter of the Book of Acts we learn that the Apostle Paul is recounting his personal testimony … Read More

A Loving Father

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Text: Luke 15:11-24 The word “prodigal” means wasteful. Verse 13 confirms, “…the younger son gathered all together, and took his journey into a far country, and there wasted his substance with riotous living.” Riotous refers … Read More

On the 52nd Floor

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Sitting round a table With preachers like myself In one of Boston’s finest We dined like someone else High above the city From windows very tall A panoramic view The largest of them all Intersecting … Read More

It Matters To Him About You

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If God sees the sparrow’s fall, Paints the lilies, short and tall, Gives the skies their azure hue, Will He not then care for you?