Archive for April 16th, 2017

You can work for “corporate Christianity” and never know Christ. You can make a living, yea a good living off Christianity, make it your “life,” and never feel God’s surgical knife cutting out all carnal nature.  

– eab, 7/7/13

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Joh 16. 33

“These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace.

In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.”

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“When we exempt ourselves from the hurts,

we exempt ourselves from the blessings.”

– J. Belvin Green, sermon 2/3/92

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Blind vs blind

We live a mixed world:

Thankfully the majority of people are not physically blind.

Sadly, the vast majority are spiritually blind.

More sad is the fact that many of the spiritually blind think they “see.”

– eab, 12/8/12

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The bumble bee was out

Bubbling in his flight.

He’s only about when it’s windless

(Or the wind is very light.)

For scientists try to say

He shouldn’t be able to fly

(They know so much about

all the truth that they come-by.)

He does have a bulky body

With limited sets of wings.

Never once fear, His Maker

Is fully aware of “minor” things.

Mr. Bee bubbles on, quite content

Unaware of his dire predicament,

Climbing in/out of deep-flower vent

Pollinating? Oh, that’s a side-event.

– eab, Apr. 2012

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Sin is unnatural

We were already alive

when we became aware of “life.” We’re alive when we become aware of death, that monster death. God reveals (in His Word) that life is a “teaser,” “an introduction” to real life SO much greater. He also reveals that death is also “an introduction” to a much worse death. It is natural to love life and hate death. Sin is unnatural. It tempts us to love death and to hate Life and its Source.

– eab, 2/19/12

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Ante-Nicene Quote

“…The second in which He will come on the clouds, bringing on the day which burns as a furnace, and smiting the earth with the word of His mouth, and slaying the impious with the breath of His lips, and having a fan in His hands and cleansing His floor, and gathering the wheat into His barn but burning the chaff with unquenchable fire.”


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