Tag Archives: Quotes

Dinosaurs Leave Big Footprints

One thing about dinosaurs is that they cannot be ignored. They were here and they were big. They had a huge presence. They arranged the environment. They affected everything which they had contact with. They were the epitome of significance. … Continue reading

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It’s Worth Thinking About

Most of  you have heard of Dr. Francis Dickson. In fact most of you have some of his lessons and sermons filled with rich material in your library.  Dr. Francis Dickson is in heaven now, but  he was a well … Continue reading

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Wool Gathering

Wool Gathering  – By Robert Lewis  – 1998 To The Pastors Elders and Deacons (of . . . . EVERY Church) It seems good to me that the problem of “STRAYING SHEEP” should be dealt with in a Biblical fashion … Continue reading

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98% Privileged to be Pastor

The following survey information was not obtained by interviewing Baptists only, but it may provide some though provoking insights. A full 98 percent agree with the statement, “I feel privileged to be a pastor,” with 93 percent strongly agreeing. Only … Continue reading

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Such a Debt! Who Can Pay?

There was a time on earth, when in the book of heaven – An old account was standing  For sins yet unforgiv’n My name was at the top – And many things below, I went unto the Keeper, and settled … Continue reading

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Preacher on the Fence

Preacher on the Fence I found this old song in my files. It was sung by Ralph Hopkins at Blackstone Valley Baptist Church 25 years ago. It made a real hit then. Somebody ought to be singing it. It is … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Revival

One Revival Encounter of Many Years Ago In October, 1949, an urgent request came from the praying people in the village of Brava, in the New Hebrides. Mr. Campbell himself felt that he should go there. This was a conviction … Continue reading

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Judy’s New Blog

Follow the link Given to Hospitality to my wife’s new blog which is designed specially for women in ministry.

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He Knows ME

“What matters supremely is not, in the last analysis, the fact that I know God, but the larger fact which underlies it – the fact that HE knows ME. I am graven on the palms of His hands; I am … Continue reading

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Rules of Holy Living

American Baptist missionary, lexicographer, and Bible translator to Burma. Born in Massachusetts in 1788. Helped form the American Baptist Missionary Union. In 1834 completed a translation of the whole Bible into the Burmese language. During the Anglo-Burmese War, he spent … Continue reading

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