Thoughts from The Bible

Christ, Our Banner
by Terry Broome

In a time of war, a banner or flag has traditionally been used to rally troops forward into battle. Furthermore, it’s a means of showing whose side we’re on. The Olympics open and close with the wonderful parade of teams carrying their flags from the various countries represented. What pride it causes within the spectators as they see their “banner” coming by. When churches send their youth (or adults) to participate in a convention and a banner from their home congregation leads the group in, one can’t help but get caught up in the emotion of it.

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Thoughts from The Bible

Victorious Christian Living
by Terry Broome

Preparation for heaven is merely begun, not completed with baptism. No one is baptized into heaven, but into Christ, into a new life, a new relationship.

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Thoughts from The Bible

Victorious Christian Living
by Terry Broome

Preparation for heaven is merely begun, not completed with baptism. No one is baptized into heaven, but into Christ, into a new life, a new relationship. Living the new life in Christ indeed begins with the new birth, putting on Christ in baptism (Galatians 3:26-27) but it does not end with this conversion experience.

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Thoughts from The Bible

Blessings & Responsibilities Of Being A Christian
by Terry Broome

Most people have some events in life that take on special significance to them. These might vary from person to person. Some of the things that come to mind are: birth, graduation, landing a good job, marriage, children, and don’t forget, having grand children! But the most important event for anyone is that of becoming a Christian! Being a Christian not only affects us in this life, it affects each of us for all ETERNITY.

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Thoughts from The Bible

God Can Put the Letters Together
by Terry Broome

A little shepherd boy was watching his sheep one Sunday morning. As he heard the bells ringing for the people to come to the church, he watched them and began to think that he too would like to communicate with God. “But what can I say?” he thought. He had never learned a prayer. On bended knee, he began to recite the alphabet — “A…. B…… C…… D,” and so on until he reached Z, and then repeated his “prayer” several times.

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