Archive for February 21st, 2020

Jos 24.15 +

Jos 24.15

“…If it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve…

but as for me & my house, we will serve the LORD.”


“Pentecost was…

Joel’s prophecy & Jesus’ promise.”

– Samuel L Brengle


“Denying the power” is the crucial point (2Ti 3.5). Some profess to love Christ while denying that one can live above sin. (Sadly many churches allow, yea push, a sinning religion.) Many claim to love Christ but deny that one can have a pure heart. Ultimately the denying of power is a slap against God – the Source of all power in heaven & on earth. – 2/21/20


“The Holy Ghost in him enabled him to understand what the Holy Ghost

 in holy men of old enabled them to write.”

– Samuel L Brengle


“Common” Rod

Moses had a famous rod,

Ordinary “pole” – – – till God

Blessed it in the hand of Moses,

Ending all which God opposes.

“Common” becomes great at God’s nod!

– eab, 2/21/07


“Inward holiness will produce outward righteousness &

there is no better condition than that in this country.”

– Uncle Buddy Robinson


The most dangerous “christians” are fake ones. They claim they love Christ. In reality, they love their “picture” of Him, not what the NT teaches about Him. These false “christians” can be treacherous when they know (in their carnal hearts) that they’re faking it. It may be even more scary if/when they’re false but have lied to themselves (believing their lies) & think they’re real when they’re satan’s agents. – 2/21/20


Pro 14.14

“The backslider in heart shall be filled with his own ways…”


Backsliding is so dangerous because (if the backslider was truly saved) he DOES know how to please God, yet he refuses to end his rebellion & to go God’s way. Reader, if you’re a backslider do not pillow your head tonight without expressing a true sorrow to Christ for your rebellion & asking Him for mercy. – 2/21/20


“No guidance is of the Holy Spirit which collides

with the Bible inspired by the Spirit.”

– Daniel Steele, STD

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