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Why I am Unfit to be an Elder or a Deacon in a Bible Believing Church And Some Other Thoughts on the Church and the Law

I have been asked to be an elder a couple of times in the twenty plus years I have been sitting with the Presbyterians.  After giving a brief explanation of why I could not accept such an exalted position, I was invariably asked to reconsider my position.  This left me wondering how the person asking me ever got to be an elder. Continue reading

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Song: There’s no Calvin like John Calvin

(Sung to the tune of “There’s no Business like Show Business.”) The Elders, the Deacons, the Choir, the Church, are generally known to be a stodgy bunch, and yet, The Elders, the Deacons, the Choir, the Church, all smile and … Continue reading

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I Am a Royal Ambassador for the Heavenly Kingdom of The Living God

With scripture proofs 2 Corinthians 5:16 From now on, therefore, we regard no one according to the flesh. Even though we once regarded Christ according to the flesh, we regard him thus no longer. 17 Therefore, if anyone is in … Continue reading

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