Currently, in the United States, forty-one states have what is called a "good Samaritan" law. In general, these laws protect anyone who renders aid in an emergency from any liability provided that the aid was one, provided in good faith. Two was done for no money or other consideration. And three, they were not grossly … Continue reading Go and Do Likewise
Nehemiah 8:6 Last Sunday, in the morning lesson on worship (titled “When We Assemble”), I said that amen is a term packed full of meaning. Historically, it is a word that has been said emphatically at the end of prayers, Scripture readings, and when something true has been said. Tonight, I want to expand … Continue reading Amen
2 Corinthians 13:5 Once there was a young boy who lived in a small southern town. One day he walked into the down drugstore and asked to use the telephone. The clerk handed him the phone and listened to the one-sided conversation. "Is this you, Dr. Anderson?" the boy said. "Well, I was wondering if … Continue reading Examine Yourselves
2 Corinthians 13:14 The Holy Spirit is the least understood person of the Godhead, yet we interact with Him almost every day. Tonight, we want to take a bird's eye view of who the Holy Spirit is. We will consider His Deity, His work in revelation, and how He guides us today. The Holy … Continue reading Who Is The Holy Spirit?
We sing a hymn from time to time called "True Worship" (HFW #178). The hymn is a prayer to God to help us never lose sight of what is important in worship. God and giving praise to Him. But how do we praise Him? What are the acts that give praise to Him? The New … Continue reading When We Assemble
Our text for this morning is Hebrews 5:11-6:3. This text of scripture has been on my mind lately, so it has been the subject of a lot of my study. The text deals with a problem that many, if not all, Christians will deal with at some point in our lives—spiritual laziness. So let us … Continue reading In Need of Milk