Tag Archives: Acts 2:38

The Importance of Baptism

Baptism should be a doctrine that unites all Christians, yet it has historically been a divisive issue. There are many different views on baptism, and some of these views are far from the plain teaching in Scripture. I wish people … Continue reading

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Key to Getting In

Not long ago I stood beside my car wondering why my keyless entry wasn’t working. Or I should say, I stood beside what I thought was my car wondering why my keyless entry wasn’t working. When I looked inside and … Continue reading

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The Worth of a Picture

Over the years I have seen numerous photos and videos of baptisms posted on line. Some are humorous, while others are quite serious. Some depict the sheer joy of the person who has just been baptized. It just occurred to … Continue reading

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Reconfigured Life

Baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose has been banned from the game since 1989 for betting on baseball. Major League Baseball takes the integrity of the game very seriously, therefore betting on the game is strictly forbidden. Rose applied for … Continue reading

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Getting in the First Word

I don’t want to sound like the weird guy on the street corner holding up a sign that says the world is about to end, but I do want to say something about repentance. This is a very important biblical … Continue reading

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Unless You Repent

Charlie Sheen In the television sitcom Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen plays the part of Charlie Harper, a boozing womanizer whose moral code is non-existent. He only thinks of himself, and rarely considers the consequences that might come … Continue reading

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