Paul the Apostle

Romans 1:1-9      The Apostle Paul is, without a doubt, the most-often mentioned personality of the New Testament (with the exception of our Lord Jesus). You cannot escape being attracted to the magnificent Apostle as you study the New Testament. You will...

The Secret to Harmony in the Home and on the Job

(Ephesians 5:18—6:9)    Our world is so full of conflict, heartbreak and anarchy that we often ask, “Does anybody have an answer?” Our response is, “Yes, the answer is in the Word of God!”  Paul, the Apostle, addresses himself to these problems. The trouble is that,...

Wanted: Revival

When some outlaw or menacing villain remains un-apprehended for any great length of time, it is not long before the whole community becomes greatly concerned. The citizens begin to itemize their losses, they fear future loss, they take steps to secure their homes and...

The Holy Spirit: A Brief Look

“There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. For the Law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the Law of Sin and Death” (Romans 8:1). The Holy Spirit is identified...

Answering the Critics

(A Pastor Answers the Critics) 1 Corinthians 9:1-27 Nothing is more important than preaching the Gospel and getting people saved (vs. 22). Paul proved this time and again by his life, commitment, and sacrifice (vs.19).  Verse 3: The Critics:  He doesn’t work a full...