Truth in Palmyra

By Wally Fry



Just a Thought

We should all be seeking a deep relationship with the Lord that’s the very center of our being and reflected in our everyday thoughts, words, and actions vs. an arms-length relationship that’s just head knowledge.

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The Dangers of Kids and Cell Phones

If you thought this was going to be a meaningful post, I am sorry. It does illustrate the dangers of cell phones, kids at church, and stupid phone apps though.

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The greatest of these is love

Of course we never change the Gospel message, but we can always change our attitude. Great thoughts here from Beholding Him Ministries

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Beholding Him Ministries

1 Corinthians13.13a

“If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal.And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing.If I give away all I have, and if I deliver up my body to be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing.
Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogantor rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful;it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth.Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.
Love never ends. As for prophecies, they will pass…

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Just a Thought

jesus saves

At the moment of our salvation, we were saved eternally from the penalty for our sin

As we grow and mature, we are saved from the power of sin in our lives

Some glorious day, we will be saved from the very presence of sin

Jesus Paid It All, and the Payment Was Permanent (Part 3)

My Wednesday post at The Recovering Legalist
Thanks brother Anthony for letting me share God’s Word at your place
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The Recovering Legalist

I am really enjoying the regular Wednesday-morning guest posts by Wally Fry (Wally Wednesdays). They have truly been a blessing.  – Anthony

A guest post by Wally Fry

jesus saves

Perhaps the biggest argument against the Doctrine of Eternal Security is that it somehow becomes “a license to sin.” In other words, one can become saved and then go out in the world and do whatever one chooses with no consequence. After all, one’s sins past, present and future are all forgiven.  Technically, that is a true statement. Technically a truly saved person, no matter how far they might backslide, is still forgiven and heaven bound.

Sadly and to the discredit of churches today, we do much to foster this skepticism about the Doctrine of Eternal Security. We have pews full of people who only darken the doors of a church for an hour on Sunday morning, then barrel back to the…

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Sometimes we just need a little spunk and determination to get through this life. Of course, if Jesus is in our lives, we have all we need to know joy, no matter the circumstances. Great thoughts here by Kathy from A Time To Share

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After seeing “Gone With the Wind” as a young girl, my heart was set on moving south so I could talk like they do and live the life of serendipity. I’d sit on veranda of my country mansion sipping mint juleps and saying things like “fiddle dee dee” all day long. Then I discovered how hot it is down there and quickly changed my mind.

For Scarlet O’Hara, this was her land and she would do anything to retain it. She always got her heart’s desire. She was the true flower of the south, yet quite spoiled and used to getting her way. When the Civil War tore her land apart, her true inner strength came forth and she became the heroine we all wanted to be. Her final line in the movie, “Tomorrow is another day,” has become the mantra of those who know how to face adversity with determination and spunk.



Read the rest here: GOT SPUNK?

A Preacher’s Responsibilities

As I covered in some earlier posts, my stepson was recently called to pastor his first church. In light of that, he was Ordained Saturday evening to make him “official,” as he begins his new calling. The preacher at the Ordination was brother Roger Copeland, who was one of our son’s instructors at the Missionary Baptist Seminary.

If you are in any sort of ministerial role whatsoever, I really encourage you to take the time to watch this sermon, which was bro Copeland’s charge to the young man beginning his pastoral service for The Lord. It’s about a half hour, but well worth the time.

speaking of fragile….

Life is fragile for all of us sometimes, and sometimes we all need somebody to nurse us along either physically or spiritually. Great thoughts here from Julie.

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You may recall that yesterday’s post was born from finding a dead butterfly
in the yard.
Perhaps an odd starting point, but who am I to question inspiration.

It was a post based on the idea of fragility…
and of how our lives are laced with such a delicate underpinning…
despite our living life to the contrary.

This was not to imply that we are to live life by walking around as if we were
inside of some sort of delicate glass bubble…encouraging us to be oh so careful
and walk around as if at any moment the sky would be falling on our heads.

Rather it was a post to remind us all that life on this earth is fleeting.

For some of us this life is longer than it is for others…

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Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church-What is Saving Faith?

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