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Revelation Bible Study

Have you ever read the Book of Revelation and wondered about its message? Do you understand the importance of Bible prophecy and want to learn more? Do you want to lean solid principles of Biblical interpretation? If your answer to any of these questions is “Yes,” please join us on Sunday evenings (6:00 pm) as Pastor Cline teaches through this important B...

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Practical Suggestions for Spiritual Singing

On Sunday morning, Pastor Cline preached about spiritual singing. He gave the following excellent suggestions to encourage us in this important area. 1. Ask God to put a song in your heart each day. 2. From time to time, use a songbook or hymnal along with your Bible in personal devotions. 3. Prepare your heart before you come on Sunday mornings. 4. Put yo...

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Faithfulness In Serving the Lord

We may not have great talents, but by God's grace each of us as believers can be faithful to our Lord. Charles Spurgeon once made this statement regarding faithfulness: "You cannot expect that God should send you forth to conquer and to bring to him rnown, when you have not as yet conquered your own personal indolence and disobedience. He that is unfaithful in that whi...

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Can You See God?

Can You See God? No, I cannot see God, but He always sees me (Jeremiah 23:23-24; John 1:18; I Timothy 6:16). (BJU Press, used with permission)....

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Where Is God?

Where is God? God is everywhere (Psalm 139:7-12; Proverbs 15:3). (BJU Press, used with permission). ...

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Who is God?

Pastor Cline wants our church to continue to grow in our understanding of biblical doctrine this year. With our 2013 motto being "Walk in Truth," it is important to understand the truth. To help this, we are publishing catechisms in our bulletin each week. Who is God? God is the eternal and holy creator and keeper of the universe and the Savior of mankind (Genesis 1:1...

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