Archive for May 6th, 2017

Christ came into this world to bring an end to sin. Corrupt churches have “agreed” in word but have taught this will only happen at death, only after one has gone to heaven. They are wrong.   “Death” is not our Savior. Christ, by His atoning death, conquered sin. Sin stops at Calvary through the power of Christ’s redemption. He is our Savior – not death. Christ is our friend – death is our enemy.

– eab, 9/6/14

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Mar 7. 22 – 23

“Thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy,



“All these evil things come from within, and defile the man.”

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“Pride – spending money that’s not yours, to buy things you don’t need,

to impress people you don’t like.”

D. R. Matherly

> > Matherly was 6’ 6” tall but was fond of saying he was 5’ 18” 🙂 <<

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“Hunger and thirst after righteousness…” – dead people do not eat.

No “Meals on Wheels” are delivered to the cemetery.

– eab, 7/10/14

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The battle of the Kingdoms

Is fought every day –

On some bleak mountain?

Or odd island far away?

No, it’s fought in the grayish matter

Of your brain

The kingdom of evil

Fights to claim you.

The Kingdom of Christ

Fights to re-claim you.

Your will, your heart,

Your brain’s the battle field,

You, Friend, decide the battle

As you hold – – – or as you yield.

– eab, 5/6/11

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Tired of carnality always raising its head,

always throwing a rampage, always “having its way”? Come to Jesus Christ. He will by faith redeem you. Walk in His light and the Spirit will fill you. Carnality FOR YOU will stop now. It will all be on the outside (none of it on your inside). And the best is yet to come. Heaven will not have a lessening of carnal influence, Heaven will not have a controlled carnality, Heaven will have NO carnality.

Sadly, for the sinner, carnality will all be in the place of eternal punishment.

– eab, 9/6/14

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Ante-Nicene Quote

“The philosophers acknowledge there are demons; Socrates himself waited on a demon will.

Why not? since it is said an evil spirit attached itself to him even from his childhood…”

– Tertullian, APOLOGY  

>> And, to me, he seemed the most reasonable of the three. – eab <<

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