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K. Edward Skidmore

Castle Hills Christian Church

Christian/church Of Christ, Pastor/Minister

About me:
Castle Hills Christian Church is an independant Christian Church loosely aligned with other Christian Churches and Churches of Christ in the U.S. It was started in 1961 by a Bible Study group out of t... read more
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Edibo Abraham
March 25, 2015
,I bless the name of the Lord 4 the life of pastor Edwards 4 this sermon dishes out to us.
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Stewart Allen Clark
March 18, 2015
,Some great resource material few teach/preach today. Thank you Sir!
Thanks for your kind words. Blessings from God on your ministry! Ed Skidmore
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Jodie Starr
February 7, 2015
,Your introduction to the "meat" of the Word is a good beginning; however, where is the "meat"? Please provide Scriptural references as to where this "meat" of the Word is located.
Jodie, your point is well taken. Hebrews 5:11-13 speaks of this matter as does 1 Cor. 3:1-2. The actual word used is "solid food" in comparison to milk. I'll keep what you said in mind. Ed
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Cheryle Spicer
January 10, 2015
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I needed your message so badly right now. We sometimes begin to depend on ourselves to overcome the attacks against us which only makes us weary, confused and full of self-doubt of our calling. Jesus is the Victor and all I have to do is follow Him. God's richest blessings! Pastor Cheryle
Thank you Cheryle for your encouragement. It was an epiphany to learn all that John had to say about overcomers in his gospel, his letters, and in Revelation. Ed
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Lynn C
May 23, 2014
I was looking forward to reading this message but stopped when I read "Jesus fought the armies of Hell so that we can be set free." I don't recall any verses that specify this. I thought sinners could be set free because He shed His blood for the remission of our sins (without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness). He paid the death penalty that God requires for our sin. Scripture never says anything about the need for Jesus to fight any armies of Hell in order to free us. It is God who controls our freedom, not Satan, and Jesus' blood is the all-sufficient payment.