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Life Lessons from Psalm 23

God’s Word is filled with lessons about life. It is one of the reasons the Bible has sold more copies than any  other book in history, possibly over one billion copies. Within Holy Scripture there are multiple passages which draw us closer to God and help us cope with the daily struggles of life. Psalm […]

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Welcome to Easter Worship!

Welcome to worship at First Baptist Church. We thank you for attending with us today. We are here today because Jesus is alive and at work in His church and in His people. We want to live for God and honor Him in all that we do. You obviously know to worship God at Easter […]

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Temptation, Trouble, and the Presence of God

“Any voice that promises total exemption from suffering and failure is most certainly not God’s voice. In recent years innumerable spokespeople for God have offered ways we can use God and his Bible as guarantees of health, success and wealth. The Bible is treated as a how-to book, a manual for the successful life in […]

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Are You Being Overrun?

Life can get very overwhelming. Just the nature of the world can tend to swamp us with negative feelings and tasks that never seem to end. Our relationships can be such that we live under stress from the people we love and care for the most. Being overwhelmed is an experience most people know very well. […]

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Three Blessings God Wants For You

Among many other ways you can describe the Bible, you can describe it as a book of blessing and blessings. As you read through the Scripture, you begin to see the many ways God wants to bless you. As you study the prophecy of Malachi, you find a number of places where God wants to bless us. First, […]

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About Waylon

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

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Verse of the Day

Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life. — 1 John 5:12 (NIV)