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 We welcome you to this website, and hope that as you look through it you will find some things to make you think; some things to challenge you; and some things you may not have known. At South Cobb we strive to preach only the Bible, as it is the words of Jesus that will judge us at that last great day (John 12:48). We strive to worship in the ways God has authorized; as HE is the one we are striving to please. We strive to teach others the gospel, for it is the power of God unto salvation (Romans 1:16). We strive to help others both physically and spiritually (for we truly believe if the heart is right with God, we will have our finances, our jobs, our school work and everything in life in the right priorities).  We hope that you will come and be with us as we worship and work in spirit and in truth. Check us out to see if we teach the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15). We look forward to seeing you soon!



I was rereading Matthew the last few days, and, (as is often the case when I reread something I have read many times), was surprised by the emphasis on the “heart” in Matthew.  It should not have surprised me, as Matthew was written primarily to the Jews, and when it came to worship among the Jews, many were going through the motions and were not really worshipping God.  Before I cast a stone at the Jews, however, I am made to wonder if Jesus is talking to the church today.  What is the emphasis on the heart?


Some may think that the Polishing the Pulpit, being in and near Pigeon Forge, was more of a vacation than work. While I did see some sights, the majority of the time was spent meeting with over 3,500 other Christians and hearing lessons on “how to be a better preacher, elder, Christian husband . . .” and how to “give an answer to every man that asks a reason of the hope that is within you, with meekness and fear.” (1 Peter 3:15).  It was a time of spiritual feasting on God’s Word.  As we often eat some of the same food at home to receive our nourishment, sometimes we just need to be reminded of some of the simple truths found in God’s Word; and we need to be encouraged to do what God has told us to do!


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SEPTEMBER 21, 2014

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