Miscellaneous

Let’s Talk About the Reason Why

“But let a man examine himself.” 1 Corinthians 11:28 Prior to his death in 399 BC for allegedly corrupting the morals of the youth of Athens, Socrates said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” He was right. Many people have never bothered to examine their own lives. Many do not know what they believe,… Continue reading Let’s Talk About the Reason Why

Miscellaneous, Politics

Appreciation for all Veterans

Veteran Day Thanks November 11, 2018 Pastor Dennis Phillips First Baptist Church of Rockledge Rockledge, Florida There are some strong ironies in the lives of military personnel. First, military personnel love America, yet they spend long weeks, months and years away from our country. To today’s military and especially those in our fellowship who served,… Continue reading Appreciation for all Veterans

Apologetics, Biblical Doctrines, Christian Living, Church history, Culture & Society, Miscellaneous, Theology

A Daughter’s Concern

A Daughter’s Concern about Women Pastors As the world deliberately encroaches on the Church by insisting on political correctness, and cultural change of its own making, conservative Christians are perplexed as to what should be done. Wanting to be loving and longsuffering, yet faithful to the clear teaching of Holy Scripture, sensitive souls are in… Continue reading A Daughter’s Concern

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Jesus Loves the Little Children

                                                                 A President That Prays Reporting for Fox News, on February 1, 2018, Elizabeth Zwirz posted the wonderful story about Sophia Campa-Peters, a 9 year old girl who recently underwent brain surgery. “On behalf of President Trump, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders asked the nation on Jan. 23 to pray for a little girl… Continue reading Jesus Loves the Little Children

Miscellaneous

A Nation of Fakers

On Wednesday, January 17, 2018, President Trump is promising to award trophies to Fake News journalists because of the lies, distortions, and erroneous reporting that is being done day after day, and year after year. Former Governor Mike Huckabee has noted that modern mainstream journalist are worse than addicts in their reporting, because some addicts… Continue reading A Nation of Fakers