Many times, Psalm 23 is read in death bed ministry. But this Psalm was also meant for those who are living and follow the God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob. Look at these words and read them with me. Psalm 23 “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me lie downContinue reading “The Lord is My Shepherd”
On Monday, a day after Jesus made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus was teaching the people in the Temple. According to Luke 20: 1-8, the chief priests and scribes with the elders came up to Him and said to Him, “Tell us by what authority you do these things, or who gave you thisContinue reading “Days Before Jesus Arrest”
Do you want to know Jesus? Do you want to drink the living water which only through Jesus can you obtain through belief and forgiveness?
Just overnight, a new conspiracy story has been shared on Twitter, Parler, CloutHub, and even Facebook that the Vatican had a black out and the Pope was arrested for 80 counts Child Trafficking and Fraud. The Pope was not arrested and the child trafficking story is false.
Unbelief is a sin and God is provoked by it. According to JC Ryle, Unbelief in what God can do is a “practical denial of God’s almighty power to doubt whether He can do a thing when He undertakes it. It is giving the lie to God to doubt whether He means to do a thing when He plainly promised that it would be done.”
Have you ever prayed for something for a very long time and God does not seem to hear nor answer you?
“The appearance of Gabriel to Zechariah produced a marked effect. Zechariah was afraid and he trembled. The fear came from our inward sense of weakness, guilt and corruption. If angels are so great and terrible, what must the Lord of angels be?”
Were you aware that the Shepherds who were in tending their flocks of sheep in the fields were the very first evangelists for Jesus?
Today, I had the pleasure of looking through my Grandfather’s sermon notes. My Grandfather’s name was Reverend Joseph E. Hocutt, and he was a co-vocational minister who was a circuit rider preacher on Sundays and a school teacher during the week in Sharpsburg, NC in the late 1800’s. In one of his sermons, he preachedContinue reading “A Summons and We Must Answer”
How many of you know people who were very ill and they made promises and then recovered and went back to what they were doing before the illness?