Tag Archives: Christ

Part of the Church

I am solely responsible for a classic blooper in our church newsletter that just came out last week. I typed it. I proofread it. I thought I had it perfect, but I didn’t. I made a big mistake. One section … Continue reading

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Savior of All

Cecil B. De Mille’s picture, The King of Kings, filmed during the silent movie era, was seen by countless millions of people. De Mille was once asked why he did not reproduce the movie with sound and color. He replied, … Continue reading

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The Tie that Binds

Paul chastised the church at Corinth for the divisions that existed in that congregation. They even allowed the Lord’s Supper–which should be, among other things, a celebration of unity–to become divisive. Communion gives members of a local church the chance … Continue reading

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Here’s How It’s Done

Have you seen the television commercial for Volkswagen that shows a father teaching his son how to throw? The young fellow is simply terrible at throwing a baseball! His form is awful, and each toss is uncatchable. Then you see … Continue reading

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Symbol of Fellowship

It has been said that the shape of the cross is a good reminder of the fellowship that we have in Christ. The vertical post can symbolize the fellowship we have with God. Since the blood of Jesus has taken … Continue reading

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Sweet Communion

One of the most memorable communion services I ever took part in occurred in a rural village in northern Thailand, while I was on a short-term mission trip with about 15 other people from the U.S. The language barrier was … Continue reading

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Encouragement File

Someone once said that discouragement is Satan’s greatest tool. I tend to believe it’s true. The devil will use any means to keep us from being and doing all we can for Christ and his kingdom. For many Christians, life … Continue reading

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God Loves Everybody

Dudley Rutherford My wife and I didn’t see them, but there were some protesters at the North American Christian Convention in Cincinnati yesterday. Some people from the Westboro cult (they are neither Baptist nor a church) were protesting the fact … Continue reading

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Next!

According to Zsa Zsa Gabor’s publicist, John Blanchette, the famous actress became so upset over the recent death of her friend, Elizabeth Taylor, that she had to be sent to the hospital because of her high blood pressure. Gabor, 94, … Continue reading

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Time Well-Spent

Jay Leno recently commented: “Facebook is looking into buying Twitter for around $10 billion. If all goes as planned, the company hopes to combine these two companies to create the biggest waste of time the world has ever seen.” Modern … Continue reading

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