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Men Who Changed Their Disposition

Can you change your disposition? Is it possible to overcome frustration, anger, and prejudice? Are we stuck in our old ways or is it possible to be different? I am convinced you do not have to live the way you always have. Please look at what I wrote yesterday about changing your disposition.  Today, let […]

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The Ring of Truth

Many years ago I read  a book by the famous Bible translator J.B. Phillips. The book was about the New Testament and how he saw it as being true. He said as you read the New Testament you recognize that it contains “the ring of truth.” This is an amazing book. The people of my church have […]

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Living Rich

This weekend I will begin a new sermon series from the Gospel of John. The new series is titled: “Living Rich: Eternal Life in the Gospel of John.” We will have six messages which cover much of the Gospel of John. I developed this series when I discovered how often “eternal life” is found in John’s Gospel. […]

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Living in the Light

The raising of Lazarus from the dead was the climactic sign in the Gospel of John. Lazarus, alive and well, proved to be a sign that could not be disputed or refuted. For this reason, some of the Jewish leaders wanted to kill Lazarus as well as Jesus. The resurrection of Lazarus proved Jesus to […]

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Can I Trust the Bible?

We all want to know whether or not we can trust the Bible. We want to know that it is true, and we want to know that it can help us through life. One of the areas that helps us trust the Bible is that the New Testament writers lived what they wrote. Think about […]

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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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For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God. He was put to death in the body but made alive in the Spirit. — 1 Peter 3:18 (NIV)