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Weekly Bulletin – April 16, 2023


Devotional Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is, that they might be saved. Romans 10:1 We tend to regard certain people as being “beyond hope” and assume they must, of necessity, continue in their grooves as they are and die unrepentant and unredeemed. We just shake our heads over [...]

Weekly Bulletin – April 16, 20232023-04-15T18:51:25-04:00

Bits and Pieces – 161st Edition – April 9, 2023


“But now is Christ risen from the dead.” [I Corinthians 15:20]      In a dramatic, miraculous event, Paul met Jesus Christ on the Damascus road.  So real was the appearance of Christ to him that thereafter he preached Christ crucified and risen from the dead.      The resurrection of Christ is the great capstone [...]

Bits and Pieces – 161st Edition – April 9, 20232023-04-08T23:15:06-04:00

Weekly Bulletin – April 9, 2023


Devotional “If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God.” (Colossians 3:1) The wise believer revels in the fact of Christ’s resurrection. Some things in Scripture may be easier to identify with and apply, including Christ’s substitutionary death, but it [...]

Weekly Bulletin – April 9, 20232023-04-08T10:08:37-04:00

Bits and Pieces – 160th Edition – April 2, 2023


     Today is Palm Sunday, the day that commemorates the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem.  It is normally regarded as a happy day when the people are praising the Lord and shouting their “Hosannas,” which means, “Save, we beseech Thee.”      Many of the people thought He was the Messiah.  Their interpretation [...]

Bits and Pieces – 160th Edition – April 2, 20232023-04-01T14:11:56-04:00

Weekly Bulletin – April 2, 2023


Devotional “And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple.” Luke 14:27 Bearing one’s cross means something quite different from bearing the ordinary burdens and troubles of life. These are common to all men, but the privilege of taking up and carrying the cross is the unique [...]

Weekly Bulletin – April 2, 20232023-04-01T14:03:00-04:00

Bits and Pieces – 159th Edition – March 26, 2023


“The books, but specially the parchments” [II Timothy 4:13]      The end is drawing near for God’s valiant servant Paul.  He writes his last epistle from Rome, and closes it with a simple request for his cloak to be brought from Troas, along with his books and parchments.  In his unconverted days Paul was [...]

Bits and Pieces – 159th Edition – March 26, 20232023-03-26T09:18:42-04:00

Weekly Bulletin – March 26, 2023


Devotional How constantly our Master used the title, the "Son of man!" If He had chosen, He might always have spoken of Himself as the Son of God, the Everlasting Father, the Wonderful, the Counsellor, the Prince of Peace; but behold the lowliness of Jesus! He prefers to call Himself the Son of [...]

Weekly Bulletin – March 26, 20232023-03-25T18:34:18-04:00

Bits and Pieces – 158th Edition – March 19, 2023


“My grace is sufficient for thee”  [II Corinthians 12:9]      Sickness is the common lot of all people.  It is no respecter of persons.  Kings and subjects, rich and poor, teacher and pupil, doctor and patient, will all at some time face illness.  No door is strong enough, or wall thick enough to bar [...]

Bits and Pieces – 158th Edition – March 19, 20232023-03-19T14:12:14-04:00

Bits and Pieces – 157th Edition – March 12, 2023


     Today we enter into Daylight Saving Time for another year, and once more we are forced to think of the mystery of time.  We live in a time-conscious society.  We all have multiple timepieces and our lives are governed by time. It is one of the most mysterious of all subjects.      What [...]

Bits and Pieces – 157th Edition – March 12, 20232023-03-11T19:22:23-05:00

Weekly Bulletin – March 12, 2023


Devotional “Take heed that thou speak not to Jacob either good or bad.” Genesis 31:24 The vulnerability of men to the attacks of others has been amply demonstrated in history. Monarchs, emperors, and presidents have all fallen at the hands of assassins, despite the most careful and thorough attempts to protect them. The [...]

Weekly Bulletin – March 12, 20232023-03-11T19:08:45-05:00

Bits and Pieces – 156th Edition – March 5, 2023


“Wilt thou go with this man?”      The bride of Christ – of all the figures used to describe the relationship between believer and Saviour, this is perhaps the most tender.  How beautifully it is brought to mind by the question put to Rebekah, “Wilt thou go with this man?” [Genesis 24:58].      The [...]

Bits and Pieces – 156th Edition – March 5, 20232023-03-04T21:32:08-05:00
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