Your muscles tense as your body prepares for action. Sugar pours into your bloodstream, creating a high level of energy. Your blood pressure increases and your heart beats faster to circulate blood more rapidly. Large amounts of adrenaline are released into your system and you feel a surge of strength. The stomach muscles constrict and... Continue Reading →
Revive Us Again!
Revive Us Again! Psalm 85:1-13 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Oct. 20, 2013 *Anybody paying the least bit of attention knows that we need revival in our hearts and in our homes. We need true, spiritual revival all over our nation. But what does that mean? *In the Old Testament revival means... Continue Reading →
The Truth will set you Free
John 8:32 NLTAnd you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”john 8: The world is searching for freedom from:The Interpretation of St. John’s Gospel V. Jesus’ Testimony Culminates in an Effort to Stone Him, 31–59 “Shall know” does not refer to a remote future but to one that begins at once... Continue Reading →
Not Letting the Sun Set on AngerMatthew 5:21–22; 18:7; Ephesians 4:26; James 1:19–20; 1 Peter 3:8–9Preaching Themes: Anger, Conflict, Forgiveness, Peace, Reconciliation Two good men had a sharp difference with each other in business. I do not know which was to blame—perhaps neither of them. They might have misunderstood each other. And one of them,... Continue Reading →
BOOKS OF THE BIBLE OUTLINE (Genesis 26–28)
In this reading, the focus is mostly on the life of Isaac, the son of Abraham. Not as much is reported of Isaac in the Bible as is reported of Isaac’s father Abraham and of Isaac’s son Jacob. In these three chapters is reported the difficulties of Isaac, the deceiving of Isaac, and the departure... Continue Reading →