Monthly Archives: July 2010

RELINQUISHING OUR RIGHTS – July 27

Dr. Stephen Olford, one of the great preachers now in Heaven, wrote a book in 1995 entitled Not I , But Christ. Dr. Olford said, “I am often asked to sign my name in Bibles or books as I travel … Continue reading

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WHEN SCARS BECOME STARS – July 22

“Blessed are you when others revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on My account.  Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great  in heaven, for so persecuted they the prophets who … Continue reading

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THE MILLENNIALS – July 20

“The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few.  Therefore pray ye the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest. (Matthew 9:37-38) In the Summer 2010 edition of “Facts and Trends”, Thom Rainer who is … Continue reading

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PUTTING FEET TO THE FAITH – July 15

This coming Lord’s Day, I will begin a new series of messages on The Three Missionary Journeys of the Apostle Paul.  I have never preached a series quite like this, although I have preached many messages from the book of … Continue reading

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“PEOPLE-FIRST LEADERS” – July 13

When I worked for Dr. Ed Young back in the early 1980’s at Second Baptist Church in Houston TX , he used to remind us frequently that we as a church were “in the people business.”  That is so true.  … Continue reading

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Oh, How Blessed We Are at MABC – July 9

One of the things I heard my entire childhood from my parents was “you don’t know how good you have it!”  They were referring to the fact that all six of my brothers and sisters had a roof over their … Continue reading

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Have You Ever Met an Eight Year-Old Atheist? – July 6

Have you ever met an eight year-old atheist?  Neither have I. Recent statistics indicate that 86% of people in the United States make a decision for Christ by age 15.  The older one gets, the more likely they have made … Continue reading

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