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“What To Do If The End Is Near” (I Peter 4:7-11 sermon)

Last Sunday morning I mentioned that there had been a survey in which the American people were asked what they would do if they knew the world would end in a week. Two of the top responses, sadly, were that … Continue reading

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Praying For The Lost (Romans 10:1 sermon)

I was sitting in a small group lesson a few years ago, when the missionary who was leading it made what I felt like was an unusual request. She asked the students: “Can anyone name a verse in the Bible … Continue reading

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Praying for Salvation

Romans 10 is one of the greatest chapters in the word of God, and the Apostle Paul opens it by showing us one of the most important kinds of prayers we can pray:  “Brethren, my heart’s desire and my prayer … Continue reading

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“The Discipline of Evangelism” (Colossians 4:2-6 sermon)

(Preached at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, 6-21-15) Many of us have responded with shock and horror at the ISIS takeover of the good portions of two countries in the Middle East, with the beheadings and other atrocities they have perpetrated. … Continue reading

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