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Religion

  • Enemies of Your Soul

    King David cried out to God in Psalm 31:15, “Deliver me from my enemies.”  His cry for deliverance was from physical enemies, but the spiritual life has enemies too.  This is our focus today.

    God wants us to grow in grace. If we fulfill His desire we will be better this year than the last one, but many are still “babes in Christ” living spiritually on the “milk of the Word.”  Enemies of the spiritual life are responsible for much of this stunted growth in the Christian life.

  • Jesus is our Shepherd

    David was a type of Christ.  He was a shepherd and so was Christ.  David became a king and so will Christ become King when He returns to earth the second time.

  • Victory!

    Ever feel like a loser? Unsuccessful? A failure? Satan is pretty clever at whispering variations of that lie into our minds. The world is extremely dedicated to making Christians feel dysfunctional. Our fleshly thoughts can easily tend towards a negative and discouraging mindset. Christians, on dark and defeated days, do not forget what Christ has accomplished and bestowed upon us…VICTORY!

    Romans 8:37 “No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.”

  • Behold, The Lamb of God

    John the Baptist introduced Jesus to the crowd and the world when he said, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world” (John 1:29).  People were aware of sacrificing a lamb for their sins, but John said this was God’s Lamb --- “Behold, the Lamb of God.” 

  • Church Calendar

    Fall Revival

       Round Top Baptist Church Fall Revival concludes tonight, October 17 at 7 p.m. with Dr. Shawn Edwards. A fellowship meal will follow the Wednesday night service. Round Top Baptist Church is located at 705 Round Top Road in Elizabethtown, and everyone is welcome.

    Gospel Meeting

    Hodgenville Church of Christ gospel meeting continues every night at 7 p.m. through October 19. The guest speaker will be Josh McKibben.

    Three Night Revival

  • The Paranormal

    Have you ever seen a ghost? A recent survey says 60% of people believe they have and 40% believe their pets have seen/sensed a ghost. Theories abound on things haunted, but the Bible actually offers a lot of truth concerning the paranormal. Oftentimes people are hesitant to share their experiences, but the season of October brings a lot of questions as people dive into paranormal entertainment and experiences.

  • Lose Your Religion

    We have often heard that people should avoid any discussion on politics and religion. These two areas tend to drive wedges between loved ones, acquaintances, and people in general. The divisive nature of each finds grounding in the human-made components of each. Especially within the church, we see that the traditions of religion often drift to lead people away from God’s true calling upon one’s life.

  • A Living Sacrifice

    Ivan the Terrible was a great ruler of Russia.  He was so busy annexing territory to his own country that he had no social life.  Some of his advisers were concerned that he had never married.  Ivan asked them to find him a wife.  After a long search they settled on the daughter of the King of Greece, Sophia.

  • Church Calendar

    Clothing Closet

    South Fork Baptist Church has a clothing closet that is open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. For more information call 270-325-3626.

    Three Night Revival

  • Gain In the Pain

    In High School, I remember our school’s wrestling team having t-shirts that read “No pain, no gain!” That common expression often motivates people to purposeful physical pain for the purpose of self-improvement. But what about pain that is unwanted, unwelcome, or unfading? Is there gain in that? God has a lot to say about suffering, here are a few of His truths for our seasons of pain: