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This past Sunday morning at Oak Grove Baptist I began a sermon series on the life of Samson. That life starts with his conception in the womb of his previously barren mother. But why did God choose to open her … Continue reading
In the last part of 1 Timothy 4:3, the apostle Paul describes Christians as “those who believe and know the truth.” This description ties in with 1 Timothy 2:4 where he says that God “desires all men to be saved … Continue reading
Civil War veteran Colonel Robert Ingersoll was the foremost orator of his time. In the years following the war, he traveled the country and delivered long-winded lectures, sometimes more than three hours in length, to packed audiences. He spoke on … Continue reading
A farm boy went off to college to get some big-city learning. When he returned home for a break he had some new ways of looking at things. No longer was he content to emulate his daddy’s simplistic trust in … Continue reading