By wsbt | October 30, 2014
THIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1st!!!!!!!!
There is a story about two angels who were sent to earth to gather up the prayers of men. One was to fill his basket with the petitions of mankind. The other was to gather their prayers of thanksgiving. Sometime later, they went back to the Father’s house. One had a basket heaped high, and running over with the innumerable petitions of men. The other returned with a sad and heavy heart, for his basket was almost empty. The thanks of men were heard but rarely on earth even though the angel had searched diligently. Do not let us forget the thanksgiving side of your prayers.
By wsbt | October 23, 2014
1. Build his spiritual power by praying for him.
2. Build his reputation by speaking well of him. He has weak and strong points. His influence will depend on which of these you stress.
3. Build his morale by encouraging him.
4. Build his pulpit power by hearing him.
5. Build his leadership by cooperating with him.
6. Build the church treasury by following God’s plan of church financing-that of tithing.
7. But the greatest thing you can do for your minister is to follow the Christ the preachers by the Holy Spirit.
By wsbt | October 16, 2014
My name is time. I haven’t always been and I won’t always be, but right now I’m on the move, measuring out life.
Men wait for me, submit to me, fear me; but no one can stop me except God. He is in control and He says I am running out.
Most men think I’m on the move forever. But I’m not. When I stop, eternity will keep right on going… And it will be too late-too late for repentance, too late for getting right with God through Jesus Christ His Son, too late for faith-just “forever” left for tears and anguish regrets.
Now is the day of salvation. Will it be that day for you? My name is TIME and I’m on the move. I’m nearing the end. And I’m taking you with me…into Eternity.
By wsbt | October 9, 2014
We Thank God for our Pastors!!
Our Founding Pastor
Dr. Carl E. Chitwood
Our Assistant Pastor and School Principal
Bro. Bob Babnick
About 120 yrs ago, someone asked Charles Spurgeon the secret of his overwhelming success as a pastor. Gesturing toward the prayer room of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, he answered, “My people pray for me.” Over and over again in the Epistles, the apostle Paul exhorted his readers to pray for him.
We need to pray for our Pastors every day.
Here are some things that we can specifically pray for:
-Give him a growing love for God and His Word
-Bless his family
-Give him physical health and strength, moral courage, and spiritual power to faithfully proclaim God’s Word
-Give him wisdom in all decisions which need to be made
-Bind the satanic forces which attack and tempt him
-Keep and protect him from wicked and unreasonable persons
-He will glorify God in everything he thinks, does and says
-Anoint him with the power of the Holy Spirit to teach, lead and oversee the ministry of God’s church
-He will have a genuine love for people
-God will touch and fill his wife with His Spirit as she ministers to their family and the women of this fellowship
-He will give wisdom and power to the officers and other staff members as they assist in the ministry to which God has called them
-Keep him from discouragement
By wsbt | September 24, 2014
DO NOT ride in automobiles: they cause 20% of all fatal accidents.
DO NOT stay home: 17% of all accidents happen in the home.
DO NOT walk on the streets or sidewalk: 14% of all accidents happen to pedestrians in these areas.
DO NOT travel by air, or water: 16% of all accidents happen on these.
Only .001% of all deaths occur in worship services in church, and these are related to previous physical disorders. Hence, the safest place for you to be at any time is in church.
GO TO CHURCH! IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE!
By wsbt | August 28, 2014
Why do we use only the KJV Bible? Please join with us Sunday, September 14th at 6:30pm to find out why. This description is taken from Dr. S.M. Davis’ website solvefamilyproblems.org.
“On this 65 minute wide-screen DVD with 276 powerful onscreen graphics, Dr. S.M. Davis deals kindly, plainly and simply with one of the most important foundational issues of our day: Which Bible version should we use? He explains:
I use only the King James Version of the Bible BECAUSE:
I have verses that say God would preserve His Word.
I have faith that preserved His Word, just like I have faith that God gave His Word.
Of the text from which the KJV was translated.
Of the Critical Text from which virtually all other versions of the Bible have come.
Of the method of translation the King James translators used.
I need a Bible that even a child can read and understand.
I need a pure, living, inspired Bible from which I can study and preach.
THIS MESSAGE IS ONLY AVAILABLE ON DVD BECAUSE OF THE POWERFUL IMPACT OF THE GRAPHICS.
Click here for a preview.
By wsbt | August 21, 2014
Faith is the ability to not panic. (With God, all things are possible)
If you worry, you didn’t pray. If you pray, don’t worry. (This is very important in regards to test taking)
As a child of God, prayer is kind of like calling home everyday. (Going away to college? Keep in touch with your parents, and your Savior daily)
Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape. (Doing it over again and again until the teacher says its right)
A grudge is a heavy thing to carry. (You are responsible for your own actions)
School for the Academy starts Monday the 25th!
By wsbt | August 14, 2014
In every prayer I offer God,
I will never forget to say
How very happy and thankful I am
That He cares for me each day.
There isn’t a second, a minute, or hour
that He is not close by,
To laugh with me in all my joy
or hold me when I cry.
He shares my pain and calms my fears,
Makes me strong when I am weak
He gave me His Son when
I was not worthy
and the Bible for His words to seek.
To nourish my body He gives me food,
the Holy Spirit to feed my soul,
and in so many other wonderful ways
He keeps my life in loving control
So how can I not be grateful
and in each and every prayer
tell Him how very much I love Him
and give thanks because He cares.
By wsbt | July 30, 2014
1. Never worry over rumors or what “they say”, first, get the facts.
2. Know definitely your worry problems, write it down, face it.
3. Worry about only one problem at a time.
4. Set a definite day, afternoon, or night for worrying.
5. Never worry in bed, in the dining room, living room or at church.
6. Select an air-conditioned room ,lean back in an easy chair.
7. Set a time limit. If you must go beyond it, give yourself credit for time and a half.
8. Never worry with a frowning face. Smile, sing or whistle.
9. Never worry when you are tired, sick, angry or depressed.
10. Never worry while working, playing, visiting or shopping.
11. Two times never to worry: (a) when you can help the situation; (b) when you cannot.
12. Never worry alone. Take it to the Lord.
In other words, never worry!
By wsbt | July 17, 2014
1. Listen without interrupting. Prov. 18
2. Speak without accusing. James 1:19
3. Give without sparing. Prov. 21:26
4. Pray without ceasing. Col. 1:9
5. Answer without arguing. Prov. 17:1
6. Share without pretending. Eph. 4:15
7. Enjoy without complaint. Phil. 2:14
8. Trust without wavering. 1 Cor. 13:7
9. Forgiving without punishing. Col. 3:13
10. Promise without forgetting. Prov. 13:12