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Religion

  • Black horse represents famine

    Revelation 6:5-6; Third Seal scarcity on earth

    The rider on the black horse is a symbol of economic disruption and the resultant famine. The real problem is not famine but inflation and scarcity. A denarius was the daily wage for a laborer, which ordinarily would buy eight times the amount of wheat and barley under these conditions. In our time, it is not hard to conceive of a global economic debt blowout.

  • 'The Lord is like a lamb'

    The lamb opened one of the seals; the Lord is like a lamb, gentle, compassionate, loving, and kind, innocently suffering and dying to atone for our sins. Revelation 6:1

  • Nobody wants to be thrown in the furnace

    Everybody has trouble but nobody seems to want it. The trouble is not the trouble itself, but how we handle it. One young man loses his girlfriend and tries to commit suicide. Another young man loses his girlfriend, writes a song about it, and makes a million dollars. The difference is in the way you treat the problems that come to you.

  • E’town church offers 'Living the Vision' today

    May Friendship Day “Living the Vision” will be held 7 p.m. May 14 at Holy Apostles Anglican Church, 56 Public Square, Elizabethtown. The service focuses on how women can work together to transform communities and the world.

    This annual celebration is open to all Christian faiths and is an opportunity to worship together and celebrate the Fellowship of the Least Coin. Donation of a bar of bath-size soap will be collected at the service for the World Service Kit program.

    For more information, call Linda Funk at 737-2929.

     

  • Church calendar

    Revival at Buffalo Baptist

    Buffalo Baptist Church's revival concludes with services at 7 p.m. May 4 and. Bobby Reno from Nortonville will speak. A nursery for infants to age 4 will be provided. For more information, call Bro. Rodney Troutman at 325-3820.

    Prayer Time

    Middle Creek Baptist Church will have prayer time 7 p.m. May 6 in honor of National Prayer Week. Bro. Charles Juma will lead the service. For more information, call 737-6174.

    Wesley Meadows Bake Sale

  • Take upward steps in the Christian life

    King David was “a man after God’s own heart.” His life was not perfect, but he loved God with all the fervor of his soul. He had one great ambition – build a great temple for the Lord. David kept this dream alive in his heart through the years. Now we see him as an old man who does not have many years on this earth.

  • How does your life compare with the greatest one of all?

    I love to study the life stories of great men and since I am a minister, I love the outstanding men of the Bible. For example, Abraham who was known as “the friend of God;” Joseph, “the best man of the Old Testament;” Moses, “the greatest man in the Old Testament.” Most of all, I like to study “the greatest life of all – the Lord Jesus Christ.”

  • Your destiny is ruling with Christ

    Revelation 5:1-10 “And have made us kings and priests to our God; and we shall reign on the earth.”

  • Live by the spirit's power

    Advice is given by the Apostle Paul to live according to your new life in the Holy Spirit. Then you won’t be doing what your sinful nature craves.

    The old sinful nature loves to do evil, which is just opposite from what the Holy Spirit wants. These two forces are constantly fighting each other, and your choices are never free from this conflict.

  • Live by the spirit's power

    Advice is given by the Apostle Paul to live according to your new life in the Holy Spirit. Then you won’t be doing what your sinful nature craves.

    The old sinful nature loves to do evil, which is just opposite from what the Holy Spirit wants. These two forces are constantly fighting each other, and your choices are never free from this conflict.