This was my first time using a Torpedo Bait Tube. It works great if you were sitting still (or anchored). After the first hour, I noticed a few Anchovies died with their mouths blown wide open from water current pressure. Three hours later about half of what I had left was dead. I suspect I
Author: Bill Rhetts
Since a Deputy served me with a court order at this location, I usually spend no more than 5 minutes here. But today multiple long lines were pointing in various directions, and so I labored longer than normal. Some willingly engaged me in conversation, and one lady responded to the Gospel. By the grace of
This is the place I was served with a court order, restricting my evangelism, so I don’t spend much time here. Regretfully I violated my general rule, to not allow hecklers to distract me. Hence I failed to preach on the Law.
Today all four sides of the DMV building were wrapped with souls, so I preached several sermons from three of the sides. The one guy that complained about a “headache” (during my preaching) will wish he had heard the Gospel one more time, is he goes to hell.
In this Psalm, we will see a God who saves, a God who restores, who leads, who provides, who disciplines, who loves, and who protects and secures. I also spoke about the principle of wolves, sheep, and sheepdogs, and how I’ve applied the sheepdog principle (or discipline) in Churches. In one incident I had to
During the 2008 Presidential election, I saw an increase of well-known Pastors crossing the line from pulpit duty into the arena of politics, including giving endorsements. But to make matters worse, some made either derogatory or untrue remarks about Christians that might vote differently than them. In 2008 Pastor Jack Hibbs endorsed the far ‘left
One thing this COVID phenomenon has rightfully exposed in some professing Christians (or Churches) is the presence of FEAR. As well as – Their lack of faith Their lack of trust in the Lord Their lack of a fear of God Their presence of fear in circumstances. “And do not fear those who kill
In this short video, Pastor John Smith of Evergreen Baptist Church gave an excellent lesson on the separation between the Church and State. As John stated, “With mandates and edicts coming down from state offices regarding churches, we have to understand Biblically what precisely is the role of the State and where does its jurisdiction
It was nice to have an encourager at the end. He made mention that though it may have seemed no one was listening, they were.
Today while I was doing my morning evangelism rounds, I stopped by this DMV. Of course everyone in line were masked up except me. Their employee (a kind woman) was taking their temperature before they entered. As you’ll see in this video I asked her to take mine, and she did. To my surprise she
Today our Church broke our record for our lowest attendance ever (vacation season). Nonetheless, all of us in attendance honored our Lord, exalted Christ, enjoyed fellowship, and exercised His means of grace. This passage is bittersweet. Bitter because of the awfulness of this prolific graphic final judgment, but sweet because of the awesomeness that God has saved His
A Silent Key Ceremony for Aaron J. Brandt – N6AJB