Tag Archives: baptism

Becoming A Child of God

The decision to become a child of God is the most important decision anyone can ever make, even above the decision of marriage and career. Paul proclaimed, “For ye are all the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus. … Read More

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I Believe I am Saved

We’ve all heard it from the lips of our denominational friends, neighbors, and family members: “But I believe I am saved ; in fact, I’m sure I am; I feel it deep inside! So why all the fuss about baptism … Read More

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Making the Cut

Tuesday Rachel and David played in the Northern Kentucky Amateur Golf Tournament. They had to place in the top half of their respective divisions in order to “make the cut” and qualify to play in the second day of the … Read More

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Dead Men Tell No Tales

“Homicide Victims Rarely Talk to Police” That’s right! No… really? Not never, “rarely.” I love watching “Headlines” on Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show.” This actual headline (and many others) makes me wonder who actually is editing these stories. I know we … Read More

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Water and Spirit

The Bible records an interaction between Jesus and the Pharisee Nicodemus in John 3:1-21.  Nicodemus came to Jesus at night.  The reason never stated, but fear of the Jews represents the likely cause for the dark hour.  Nicodemus presents a … Read More

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