I’d be the first person to tell you that sound theology is not only a good thing, it is vital for the health of the Christian and the life of the local Church.  You can’t talk about any aspect of Biblical truth without theology.  As soon as you try to answer the question, “Who is…

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Many of you are familiar with John Bunyan’s classic allegory, The Pilgrim’s Progress.  In this work, Bunyan brings his considerable biblical knowledge and personal experience to bear in telling this grand story that illustrates the Christian life and all of its joys and sorrows, encouragements and difficulties.  If you’ve never read it, it should be…

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All of us at EBC heard a great message yesterday from the Fifth Commandment.  Pastor Smith opened it up for us, showing children the requirement to obey their parents.  Talking more on this topic afterwards, this thought came to my mind: one of the biggest implications of this command is that parents ought to require…

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In a day when many are seeking to draw the world into the church by every method conceivable, we would do well to remember God’s chosen method: the preaching of his Word.  During the time of Spurgeon’s ministry, thousands of testimonies were recorded and the stories of these conversions all have similar threads running through…

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In his AM sermon series, Pastor Smith has been preaching through the ten commandments, and has lately been doing an exposition of the fourth commandment.  In thinking about the blessings of the Lord’s Day, another came to my mind.  The blessing is that of our witness to the world. When we think about reaching out…

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