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"Come in your disorder"

I love reading Spurgeon as I prepare to preach. I especially love his passionate and warm pleas for people to come to Christ. Here are some beautiful words from a sermon he preached on Romans 4:5 entitled, "God Justifieth the Ungodly." Come in your disorder. I mean, come to your heavenly Father in all your sin and sinfulness. Come to Jesus just as you are: leprous, filthy...

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An Update on David & Amanda Scott

As you know we have been praying for David and Amanda Scott. Recently they found out that their baby girl still in the womb has spina bifida. Amanda is at 22 weeks. Today at a check up they learned that their baby is not gaining weight and basically needs to double her weight in the next two weeks or the percentages are heavily against her surviving. She weighs just over...

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1. Our first Sunday in our new building was an incredible day. The Lord has been immeasurably good to us. We are a blessed people. 2. How about the incredible wood crosses on the wall and the new pulpit? Absolutely beautiful! Many, many thanks to Daniel Hord and his assistant David Lee Rice for their craftsmanship in constructing them. Also, you might be interested to...

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The importance of the local church

Some good thoughts by Randy Alcorn on the importance of the local church in the lives of Christians. Alcorn's website, Eternal Perspective Ministries, is an excellent resource. Why should the local church be important to us? from Randy Alcorn on Vimeo....

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Pray for David & Amanda Scott

This past Sunday I asked the church to pray for David and Amanda Scott, who are expecting their first baby in late January. Last week they found out that their baby girl has spina bifida, a spinal cord defect. There is also the possibility of some chromosomal issues which they are testing for later this week. Please pray for David and Amanda. It has been a very emotiona...

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