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Tit 2.12 +

Tit 2.12

“Teaching us that, denying ungodliness & worldly lusts,

we should live soberly, righteously, & godly, in this present world;”


“All the restlessness around us is but a manifestation of the fact

that man is seeking for rest in the places where it cannot be found.”

– George B Kulp /VoiceFr.Eternity/


Hab 3.9 Thy bow was MADE quite naked, according to the oaths of the tribes, even thy word. Selah. Thou didst cleave the Earth with rivers. – God made Heaven, Earth, World # 32


“All that the world knows of practical godliness

it has to learn from the lives of Christians.”

– George B Kulp /VoiceFr.Eternity/



It matters not the color of your skin

Nor the language that you speak.

You’re an earthling, therefore,

One whom Christ came to seek.

– eab, 1/18/13


2Ti 4.3

“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine;

but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears”


You’ve continued to pastor/evangelize/do missions/teach in groups associated with The Interchurch Holiness Convention but your attitude & some action(s) suggests your heart is not with us. Why have you stayed? Suggestions: 1.)You attended a careful school so old friends are among the right ranks. 2.)Your child married someone from a narrow group. 3.)You’ve attained a leadership position which you relish. 4.)You haven’t had the nerve to follow your left-leaning heart. Truthfully sir, it could be more “honorable” to go over to the left rather than oppose our stands. However, going is not best for you/your family. Please repent & stay. – eab, 1/10/17


“The church that is adopted by the world is never the true Church

– for the world never ceases to persecute the True Church.”

– V O Agan, ’55 Conf. Sermon


Some “christian” women are (sadly) walking “sandwich boards” for worldliness. “See, I can attend a ‘holiness’ church/school, my husband or I can have a position there, & I can trim my hair” (one of the first marks of backsliding IMO). This is a signal to worldly, female friends, “I’ve admired your cut hair & I’m following you.” More sadly, a “holiness” mother who trims/cuts (when I trim my grass, I cut my grass) her hair is saying to her daughter “uncut hair is not important.” When a son starts dating a cut-haired girl what can be said?

– eab, 1/23/17


“If you quote the Bible to them they look at you

& want to know what science says about it.”

– V O Agan, ’55 Conf. Sermon

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