Faith and Religion
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Do you have a family member who drinks too much? How about a friend who regularly over indulges in his/her drinking? Then, if you really love them, it is time for you to speak up, especially if you … more
The events of chapters 38-39 occurred prior to the events in chapters 36-37, probably for topical rather than chronological reasons. Hezekiah contracted a terrible and terminal infection (38:1). He … more
About Jesus it is written, “. . . whoever does not obey the Son [Jesus] shall not see life, but the wrath of God remains on him” (John 3:36).  Wrath of God?  The phrase is … more
My aged Uncle Mort can take a side road into yesteryear quickern’ most people can start an argument over vaccines. Now, he’s on a mission to learn more about Indian Summer. He’s … more
Friday morning, the Pampa Harvester Hall of Fame added Jeffrey McDougall (Class of 1994) and Colonel Michael Foote (Class of 1980) to their esteemed roster of Pampa High School graduates. The … more
Briarwood Church, located at 1800 W. Harvester, is hosting a coat drive on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The Church has partnered with five area businesses for the drive: Brandon’s … more
Chapters 36 through 39 place hope within the reality of a crisis. In 701 B.C., the armies of Assyrian King Sennacherib laid siege to Jerusalem to exact tribute (36:1-2). His chief officer confronted … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, Just when you think you have things all figured out, something happens to let you know you don’t. Let’s me explain. As many knew, Joshua … more
We live in a day and time when far too many older people are struggling with memory issues. Some of the struggles are normal, those fading moments that come with growing older. However, some folks … more
Pampa First Assembly of God will celebrating their 100th year with a banquet from 4 to 6 p.m. on Oct. 16 at the Vista Ridge Event Venue located at 8399 Ranch Road 1474. “Former members are … more
Isaiah 35 serves as a welcome relief from the punishment to befall God’s enemies (Isaiah 34). Bounty and beauty will belong to the remnant, both in the natural world and in their lives. Instead … more
Do you have a family member who has said NO every time you have tried to speak to them about surrendering to Christ? How about a friend who has done the same? Have you ever been discouraged by their … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, This past Sunday evening we had the opportunity to go to the Franklin Graham Route 66 God Loves You tour in Amarillo. Of course, we were blessed to … more
Chapters 34 and 35 portray the great contrast between those who oppose the Lord and those who trust the Lord to forgive their sin and save them for His glory. Chapter 34 speaks graphically about … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, In the midst of all that is going on, there are some things that just simply take us by surprise. It might be someone that comes alongside someone … more
The Bible is full of examples of believers who stumbled (some even fell away) because of the influence of family. Here I only want to focus on one: Jehoshaphat. The life of Jehoshaphat is recorded … more
The House of Lefors’ Texas Free-for-All will be held this Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 23-25, at the House of Lefors in Lefors (across from Tina Mart). There will be clothing, household … more
Chapter 33 concludes the “woe” section of Isaiah 28-33. Assyria is clearly the “destroyer” (33:1), but the faithful look to the Lord for encouragement (33:2). Faith does not … more
I just completed teaching a Bible class on the books of Ezra and Nehemiah, two often ignored books of the Bible. One of the issues that jumps to the surface repeatedly concerns the relationship … more
Preachers, bless ‘em, don’t have to look hard for reasons to laugh. Some are able to put laughter “on hold,” restraining guffaws until sermons end; others can only surrender … more
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