Religion

We like sheep have gone astray

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While I have heard that sheep are the dumbest of all animals, I know that they can be very interesting, especially since, “All we, like sheep have gone astray.” That being true, we all need a shepherd, I know I do. This past week, in my spare time, I read a book titled, “The Water Keeper,” written by Charles Martin. […]

Am I trusting in Jesus and walking with Him?

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Last week I went to see Dr Frank Dozier for my annual wellness check, also known as a physical examination. Do you have an annual physical by a physician? Everyone ought to have one. Even if they think that there is nothing wrong with them. When I was in my mid-thirties I had the first physical exam that I can […]

The Holy Spirit lives in us

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It is Monday January 16, 2023. That means that the month has just passed the half-way point. This month has 5 Mondays. This is not just any Monday because it has been officially designated by our federal government as “Martin Luther King Day” in memory of the slain civil rights leader who bore that name. Here in Thomasville Mondays are […]

Heaven rejoices over one sinner who repents

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While I have heard that sheep are the dumbest of all animals, I know that they can be very interesting, especially since, “All we like sheep have gone astray.” That being true, we all need a shepherd, I know I do. This past week, in my spare time, I read a book titled, “The Water Keeper,” written by Charles Martin. […]

God provides us with life-changing timeouts

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Late in the fourth quarter Ohio State appeared to be about to punt the ball on fourth down. The Georgia coaches in the press booth saw something about how Ohio State lined up that suggested that Ohio State was going to fake the punt and go for the first down. They got word to Head Coach Kirby Smart on the […]

Make sure Christ is the center of all

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Easter and Christmas have been given holiday status by the world and as such they have to some extent been kidnapped by people who have no regard for the true meaning and purpose behind either. There was a time when Easter and Christmas belonged to believers and not to the world. I know at this point you are probably starting […]

Advent offers us a way to lengthen the celebration

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“Love Came Down at Christmas,” is a poem written by Christina Rossetti (1830-1894). It was first published without a title in “Time Flies” a reading diary in 1885. Later in 1893, it was published with the title “Christmastide.” The poem has been set to music by many composers since then as a Christmas carol. Recently it was given a modern […]

Make every effort to worship Christ

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This week I write to you about the third week of the Christmas Advent season where the emphasis is on joy which is just one of the wonderful emotions associated with the coming celebration of the birth of the promised Christ Child. The candle that burns on the third Sunday of Advent is called the Shepherd’s Candle. It is appropriate […]

Promises of great things to come

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Sunday evening I attended a packed house, double feature musical production at Thomasville Baptist Church. The opening act was “The Christmas Journey” by Kathie Hill, presented by the TBC Preschool Choir under the leadership of Sandra Pearson, Sandra Phillips and Sandra Williams. The choir featured some of the most alluring youngsters ever assembled on such a stage and believe me […]

Christianity is more than a religion, it’s a way of life

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There are more than 5,000 religions but Christianity is more than a religion, it is a way of life detailed in the Bible and founded on a relationship between humankind and the most high and Holy God, creator of all and sustainer of all creation. Christianity is actually the family of God, which exists here on the Earth. Ours is […]


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