Peter & Paul

The Proof is in the Pudding

Brothers and Sisters, As Christians, each time we part, we walk out into a storm of corruption and moral bankruptcy that hammers us with unceasing tribulation, constantly tempting us to moments of weakness. As Rick preached the other day, we must be equipped for this spiritual war, donning the full armor of God, and making sure our ‘sword’ arm is well practiced. We can’t let our guard down. As Peter warns, we must be sober and vigilant! Because our adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, prowls about, seeking whom he may devour. With so many people in the world proclaiming that God does not exist, we are constantly put into the uncomfortable position of confrontation and disagreement. The ea

Endure and Overload

Dear Brothers and Sisters, What a blessing and joy it is to be a church; to share in the love and joy of our Lord, to have the support and encouragement of the brethren, and to be able to give and comfort one another. I thank God everyday for the life he has given me and for the plan of salvation which he has revealed to me. We can have strength knowing that God is the victor and he has prepared for us a heavenly abode, a place where there shall be no tears and no pain. As Paul writes we have but to endure these "light momentary afflictions." Let’s always keep that hope, that eternal reward in the forefront of our minds as we deal with the trials and temptations of life, as we interact with

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