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Are You Stuck in Your Faith?

I want to ask you a question that may be the most important question for your life in Christ. Is your faith static or are you growing in Christ? Are you stuck where you’ve been for months or years? I don’t know how you will answer the question, but the question and its answer is […]

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New Words for the New Year

“But I do know this about the future: it comes one day at a time. And the safest way to prepare for tomorrow is to be right with God today. . . . When we consult God before we serve him, he is able to lead us according to his ‘good and acceptable and perfect’ […]

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Do You Have Character?

Sometimes we wonder if we know what character looks like. At other times, we wonder if character even matters. Ted Turner famously denigrated the ten commandments a number of years ago. He decided they were outmoded in America. Maybe he was thinking about things like “Thou Shalt Not commit adultery.” With as much intellectual property […]

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Do You Know These Verses?

Last week Christianity Today magazine published a list of the favorite verses of people around the world. You might be surprised at this list (for example, John 3:16 didn’t make the cut) or you might not. It’s certainly not a scientific survey, but it does represent the thoughts of many believers. These top ten verses […]

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Becoming like Christ

God says He wants us to be holy because He is holy. God desires our sanctification. He wants us daily to be conforming to His image. You may wonder how you can live a holy life. You also may wonder how you can experience sanctification. God’s word is very explicit about this. We are to […]

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I am the senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Covington, Louisiana, a position that I have held since 1989.

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Therefore he is able to save completely those who come to God through him, because he always lives to intercede for them. — Hebrews 7:25 (NIV)