There are certain phrases that capture the human imagination and express something so deep and so powerful that they become a kind of montra for us. One of those phrases is: "Bless me, father, for I have sinned." You just listen to the rhythm of this phrase, and you know it almost sings ...
1 Timothy 5:8 And whoever does not provide for relatives, and especially for family members, has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever. Paul, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, was writing to his apprentice, Timothy, words that spoke to the specific situation in Ephesus.
This morning, I want to gather my thoughts up under the following sermon title, "Comfort for Manoah's Kin." And of course, we have just discovered that Manoah was the father of Samson, and so it will be helpful as the message unfolds to keep that in mind. Billy Sunday was to his generation what
A Promise for Parents (January, 2003 POL) Topic: Parenting Author: Earl C. Davis, Pastor, Trinity Baptist Church, Cordova, TN Title: A Promise for Parents Text: Proverbs 22:6 Perhaps we should begin with a question: "Do you believe the Bible?" If the Bible says whosoever calls on the Lord shal
Father's Day: Like Father, Like Son 2 Samuel 13-19
Raising Godly Children: If Clark Kent Were a Parent, Would He Have Super Children? 1 John 4:7-11; Matthew 18:1-5
The old proverb is still true: "More is caught than can ever be taught."
Parenting: Giving Rebirth for Immortality Deuteronomy 6:1-9, 20-25
Children: The Spiritual Guidance of Our Children I Samuel 2:12-19