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  • Fruit Is Success Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 6, 2021
     | 99 views

    Fruit is what we give back to God for the gift of salvation. Salvation is what we accept from God, but fruit is what we achieve for God. Salvation is a gift from God, but fruit is a goal we reach for God.

    Two young brothers, Nathaniel and John Chapman, entered the Black Bear Tavern, the largest building in Pittsburgh back in 1788. They were looking for a place to sleep in this little village on the Western Frontier. All of the rooms were filled, so they had to sleep on the floor in the corner of ...read more

  • Fruit Is Success Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 31, 2021
     | 69 views

    Fruit is one of the key themes of the Bible. God is a God of fruit, and all that is in harmony with His will is fruitful.

    Two young brothers, Nathaniel and John Chapman, entered the Black Bear Tavern, the largest building in Pittsburgh back in 1788. They were looking for a place to sleep in this little village on the Western Frontier. All of the rooms were filled, so they had to sleep on the floor in the corner of ...read more

  • A Sure Election Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 31, 2021
     | 102 views

    God does not elect some so as not to elect others, but that He might have someone to reach the others.

    One of the principle characters in the book Darkened Doors is Adrian Mallard, who is a brilliant but skeptical lawyer and sportsman. He learns that he is the victim of a serious heart disease. His friend, Professor Boyd, a distinguished psychologist, was one day singing the praises of the open ...read more

  • Nearsighted Christians Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 31, 2021
     | 124 views

    A Christian with spiritual myopia is all caught up with an entangled with what is under his nose, but he has lost the vision of the distant past and the upcoming future in God's plan. He is forgetful of the cross, and blind to the glory of the future.

    F. W. Boreham, the famous Australian preacher, had an instructive experience in St. Paul's Cathedral. He and a friend were looking at Holman Hunt's well known painting, "The Light Of The World." The Savior stands before a closed door with a lantern in His hand, and He is ...read more

  • The Foundation Of Faith Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 42 views

    Faith is the basis of all progress into the unknown. Faith adventures into the unknown and unseen believing that there is more to reality than is presently known.

    In 1781 Sir William Herschel, the English astronomer, discovered the planet Uranus. He plotted the course that this new planet should follow, but for some mysterious reason Uranus did not follow the predicted orbit. Other astronomers checked his calculations and found no mistake. It was necessary ...read more

  • The Oil Of Peace Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 57 views

    Peace is the lubricant that keeps a good thing going. It keeps us in flight, and protects us from the heat of frustration, and the wear and tare of worry and tension that can cause us to lose altitude, and even crash.

    Years ago a visitor returning from Dublin told of how he put MacDuncan, the village fool, to the test. He poured the contents of his purse out on the ground, and told him to take any coin he wished. MacDuncan's eyes lit up, and the people of the village gathered around for another ...read more

  • Hasten To Be Heroic Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 90 views

    Peter is saying here, hasten to be heroic. The Christian life is a battle, and it is no place for idleness and indifference, or cowardice. God calls for energetic excellence in every believer.

    In the days when there was little freedom of speech in England Thomas Paine spent sometime in prison for speaking his mind. Benjamin Franklin urged him to come to America. He did so in 1774. The difference was so great, and he so fell in love with the value of freedom that he caught a vision of ...read more

  • How To Measure Love Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 52 views

    Love is only effective and truly Christian love when it is built on the foundation of all the other virtues. As soon as this is forgotten love becomes sentimental, and is reduced to an emotion, and its power is gone.

    Tradition says that John the Apostle of love was carried to the Christian assembly when he was so old he could not walk, and his constant advice was, "Children love one another." When he was asked why he told them one thing all the time he replied that nothing else was needed. On the ...read more

  • The Power Of God Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 125 views

    Everything necessary for the abundant and godly life is potentially ours through the knowledge of God. Knowledge of God is the means by which we gain the power of God.

    In may of 1883 strange noises were heard over a hundred miles away coming from the island of Krakatoa between Java and Sumatra. Some Dutchmen chartered a boat and visited the island to investigate. They heard rumbling deep in the earth, and saw geysers of steam shooting up here and there. They ...read more

  • Godliness Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 81 views

    What is godliness? According to the Interpreter's Bible, "...it is strong awareness of the God-relatedness of all life. It is that attitude which sees all things in their relation to God."

    Feodore Dostoevski in The Brothers Karamazov brings Christ back to earth in imagination to a 16th century setting in Spain. It was during the terrible Inquisition when so-called heretics were being burned at the stake in great number. Jesus began at once to heal the sick, make the blind to see, ...read more

  • Stand And Strive Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 47 views

    Paul said to put on the whole armor of God that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. Without this weapon of endurance we will not stand but fall wounded from his fiery darts of affliction.

    William Lloyd Garrison was born in 1805 and when he became a man he had the audacity to think he could remove a mountain and altar the flow the river of history. Slavery was that mountain, and what a mountain it was. Slavery had existed from the dawn of civilization, and it was one of the most ...read more

  • A Title Of Honor Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 70 views

    This is the greatest and highest title available to those in the kingdom of God. That is why you will find the Apostles proud to declare themselves to be servants of God.

    In the old days when people traveled in coaches the driver would charge three fares. The first class, second class, and third class. All passengers were placed in the same coach and those who paid the first class fare would often complain that there was no difference, and that they receive no ...read more

  • The Knowledge Of God Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 82 views

    Let us never reduce God to our image, and our puny righteousness. We never will if we obey the words of Peter, and grow in the knowledge of God. This is the way to the mature, abundant, and powerful Christian life.

    Columbus was on his fourth voyage in 1504. His ships were grounded in St. Ann's Bay in Jamaica, and the natives revolted and refused to supply the Spaniard with food. There seemed to be no way of escaping the agonies of starvation. Columbus was looking at the almanac, and he learned that a ...read more

  • Self Control Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 101 views

    All the boldness and knowledge in the world will not keep a man from going down in defeat if he lacks self-control.

    In 1949 the Honorable Harold R. Medina was the judge who presided at the trial of 11 communists charged with plotting to overthrow our government by force. In his book Power To Become Lewis Dunnington gives an account of an interesting sidelight to that great trial. For 9 months the judge was ...read more

  • Multiple Meanings Of Marvelous Grace Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 30, 2021
     | 47 views

    Most often Christians define grace as only unmerited favor, but this is putting a limit on the word which the New Testament does not do. It should not be surprising that grace can also mean merited favor.

    A snowstorm made it impossible for a guess speaker to get to the church where he was to preach. Therefore, a local man was asked to come in as a substitute. The speaker began by explaining the meaning of substitute. If you break a window he said, and then place a cardboard there instead--that is ...read more