DUNCAN/Don’t be misled, my coming will be unmistakable

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew 24:23-31. According to the Lord Jesus it is vital that we as Christians watch for His coming and that we are ready for His coming.

LOWRY/The Titan disaster at sea

The submersible Titan is now confirmed lost.


The second half of Psalm 76 is a lesson on the fear of the Lord. The people of Judah had been trembling with fear at the threat from the Assyrian army, but when the Lord destroyed the Assyrians in a sudden, shocking manner, the object of Judah’s fear became the Lord.

DUNCAN/The end is not yet

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew 24:1-14. In this passage, Jesus is explaining to the disciples and to us what we are to expect in this world, between the first coming of Christ and His ascension, and the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

LOWRY/Don’t erase the Anglo-Saxons

 It’s official. The Anglo-Saxons are getting canceled.

LOWRY/NAACP’s stupid anti-Florida smear

The NAACP is on high alert — a Republican governor, with an unabashedly conservative agenda and some chance of winning, is running for president.

DUNCAN/The essential problems of Pharisaical religion

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew 23:1-12. In this passage we will see Jesus’ warning against hypocritical or Pharisaical religion. Wherever religion is valued, wherever religion is respected, where Christianity is thought highly of, wherever people who are spiritual are seen, there will be a temptation to counterfeit religion.

LOWRY/Daniel Penny wasn’t a vigilante

Pretty much everything you need to know about the Daniel Penny case you can learn from the “Death Wish” movies.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Let Christ be the commanding power

In Daniel chapter one, we are looking at the familiar story of the faithfulness of Daniel and his three friends to the Lord though they were captives in Babylon under King Nebuchadnezzar. They were young men, in their middle teen years.

DUNCAN/The great commandment

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew 22:34-40. In this passage we will see Jesus’ enemies coming to Him again trying to trap Him. Even with His enemies trying to trap Him,

EDITORIAL/Phil Bryant's "welfare fraud"

Having been unfairly targeted by leftwing news media in a massive welfare fraud scandal he actually helped uncover in 2019, former Gov. Phil Bryant declared his innocence Thursday with the release of documents and a video.

EDITORIAL/Cotton Blossom pavinggate

An executive session called by the Board of Supervisors last Monday to discuss choosing an engineering firm for a proposed $60 million road project was improper and illegal.

DUNCAN/Render to Caesar

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew 22:15-22. The passage divides fairly simply into three parts, if you’d look at verses 15-17, you’ll see the plot which has been hatched by the Pharisees.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Culture rejects Christian faith

The Song of Solomon, or as verse one of the book calls it, the Song of Songs, is a description of the fellowship between the Lord Jesus Christ and His Church.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Mary’s love for Jesus

We are looking at John 20:11-16 this week. The Lord Jesus, having been raised from the dead, appears to His devoted servant Mary Magdalene in this passage. The first thing we notice is the love that Mary had for Jesus. 

DUNCAN/Parables against the Pharisees

Turn with me in your bibles to Matthew 22:1-14. The parable outlines nicely into three parts. If you look at verses 1-7, it focuses on the issue of this rejected invitation. An invitation has gone out.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Fullness of joy in Christ

Christians commemorated the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ this past Sunday.

DUNCAN/Parables against the Pharisees

If you have your Bibles, please turn with me to Matthew 21:33-46. The parable, the story, and the explanation around this passage break easily into 3 sections.

LOWRY/Bragg is already losing

That was the line that progressives repeatedly threw at conservatives dubious about Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s case over the last couple of weeks.

The Song of Solomon is called the Song of Songs because it is the greatest, the highest, and the most glorious song. The whole book is a description of the communion between Christ the Lord and His saints.

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