• John Hamby

    Contributing sermons since Nov 6, 2000
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First Baptist Church
Vilonia Arkansas , 72173

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  • High On Their Huddles

    Contributed on Apr 25, 2011
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    HIGH ON THEIR HUDDLES One of my favorite preachers is Dr. Tony Evans in Dallas. Some years ago I heard him give the following description of the purpose of the church service. He said, "In football they have a huddle, the goal of the huddle is to give you thirty seconds to call the play; that is more

  • How Do I Know He Lives?

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2003
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    How Do I Know He Lives? How do I know that Christ has risen? What proof have I to give? He touched my life one blessed day, And I began to live. How do I know he left the tomb That morning long ago? I met Him just this morning, And my heart is still aglow. How do I know the endless more

  • Patsy Clairmont In Her Book "Under His Wings" ...

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2003
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    Patsy Clairmont in her book “Under His Wings” tells a moving story of the reality of dealing with grief. “We buried my friend’s 26 year old son last week. An accidental gunshot took Jeff’s life. We have more questions than answers. We are offended at people who have all the answers and no more

  • One Of The Most Frequently Used Phrases In ...

    Contributed on Jun 17, 2003
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    “One of the most frequently used phrases in Christian circles is "the gospel." Amazingly few adults know what this term means. It could either refer to its literal translation, "good news;" or to the perspective that salvation is available only through the sacrificial death and subsequent more

  • A Woman Came To Dr. Chalmers One Day And Said: ...

    Contributed on Mar 24, 2003
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    “A woman came to Dr. Chalmers one day and said: Dr. Chalmers, I cannot get my child to come to the Savior. I’ve talked and talked to her, but it’s no use.’ The doctor thought to himself … and said, ‘Let me talk with your daughter by myself, and we will see what may be done.’ One day he met with more