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June 28, 2018, 2:16 PM

No Farewell To Love (I Corinthians 13:13)

    As an aged Christian lay dying in Edingurgh, a friend called to say farewell. "I have just had three other visitors," said the dying man, "and with two of them I parted, but the third I shall keep with me forever." "Who are they?" "The first was Faith, and I said, 'Goodbye, Faith! I thank God for your company ever since I first trusted Christ; but now I am going where faith is lost in sight.' Then came Hope. 'Farewell, Hope!' I cried. 'You have helped me in many an hour of battle and distress, but now I shall not need you, for I am going where hope passes into fruition.' Last of all came Love. 'Love,' said I, 'you have indeed been my friend; you have linked me with God and with my fellow man; you have comforted and gladden all my pilgrimage. But I cannot leave you behind; you must come with me through the gates, into the city of God for love is perfected in heaven.'"

June 24, 2018, 12:00 AM


This seems like a forgotten phrase. Parents now-a-days, expect everyone else to raise their children. They pass them off on grandparents or the school or a church. When do we realize that some of the failures of our society falls at the feet of today's parents. These kids have watched as their parents have ignored them to fulfill their own selfish desires. Kids don't understand why they don't have the toys they want or the clothes they need so a parent can drink or smoke. They don't understand why they have to  pack a bag each week because one of the parents chose to be selfish and leave and cause a broken home. It is not fair to these kids and we need to stop blaming the school or the daycare or the church for the failures of parents. I know this is not going to make a lot of people happy with me but please parents, for the love of your children, love them enough to invest in them! I know this doesn't apply to everyone and this is not meant for argument It is from the heart. 

June 17, 2018, 9:00 AM

My Influence

A careful father I ought to be;
For a little child follows me.
I dare not go astray.
For I fear they'll go the selfsame way.
Not once can I escape their eyes;
Whate'er they see me do, they try.
Like me they say they want to be --
That little child who follows me.
They think that I am good and fine:
Believes in every word of mine.
The base in me they must not see,
The little child who follows me.
I must remember as I go,
Through summer sun and winter snow;
I'm building for the years to be
That little child who follows me.

June 9, 2018, 2:50 PM

"Stir Me, Lord!"

Stir me! oh, stir me Lord, I care not how,
But stir my heart in passion for the world!
Stir me to give, to go -- but most to pray;
Stir 'til the blood-red banner be un-furled.
What if our hands are busy lie --
Lands where the Cross was never lifted high.

"Stir me! Oh, sir me, Lord! Thy heart was stirred
By love's intensest fire, 'til Thou did'st give
Thine only Son, Thy best loved One,
E'en to the dreadful Cross, that I might live.
Stir me to give myself so back to Thee,
That Thou canst give Thyself again, through me."

                                                    Bessie Porter Head

June 3, 2018, 9:00 AM

Carrying A Brother

The crossing was muddy, the street was wide
And water was running on either side;
The wind whistled past with a bitter moan
As I wended my weary way alone.
In crossing the street I chanced to pass
A boy in the arms of a wee, toddling lass  --
"Isn't he heavy, my sweet little mother?"
"Oh, no," she replied, "he's my baby brother."
Thy load may be heavy, thy road may be long.
The winds of adversity bitter and strong
But the way will seem brighter if ye Love one another,
The burden will be light if ye carry a Brother.

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Each week Bro. Dennis Ingle has a short message in the Sunday Bulletin. This “Blog” is made from these bulletin entries and also messages he posts on Facebook.

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