Author: LaRheasa Tidwell

GIVING UP ON THE CHURCH
He was thinking about . . . GIVING UP ON THE CHURCH He was thinking about it seriously. Why should he have anything more to do with the church? Were [...]
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WHERE IS THE “U” AND “I?”
  A preacher was proofreading an article for publication when he noticed a sentence which read, “The chrch was untied.” Of course, the sentence was meant to read, “the church [...]
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THE PARADOX OF THE CHURCH
  When a congregation is established according to the divine pattern of the New Testament, it is composed of elements of perfection and imperfection.  Since it is a divine institution, [...]
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11 EXCELLENT RULES TO PROMOTE HARMONY AMONG CHURCH MEMBERS TODAY!
We need to remember that we are ALL subject to failings of one kind or another. We are to BEAR WITH – not MAGNIFY – each other’s infirmities. Galatians 6:2. [...]
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KEEPING THE SAVED SAVED!
If you’ve ever had an illness or injury that was of any significance or seriousness, you probably know how annoying but necessary the constant check-ups are to maintaining your wellness. [...]
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HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!
  We are glad you are with us. On this day the world honors good fathers –and to the fathers who realize their responsibilities to their families and to God, [...]
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INTOLERANT SECULARISTS
  From childhood I have been taught to be respectful and kind to those who are different and to be tolerant of those whose religious beliefs are different from mine. [...]
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MEMORIZATION
  “Thy word have I hid in my heart, that I might not sin against thee.” (Psalms 119:11). Webster’s definition of memorize is, “to learn by heart.” Thus, the process [...]
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IS BIBLE STUDY REALLY IMPORTANT?
  Why is it that preachers continually emphasize the importance of bible study? Have they just run out of other things to say, or is it really that important? Perhaps [...]
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LIVING WITH REGRET
  It has been said that many of us crucify ourselves between two thieves – regret for the past and fear of the future. It was the thought of regret that led John Greenleaf [...]
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