The Election Is Over – What Changes Will The Winners Make?

The November 2, 2010 election is over.  We wonder if all of the campaign promises will be kept.   The political scene today is all about change.  Most candidates want to change something and they promise it will be for the better.  Time goes on, elections come and go, new laws are enacted, some old laws are repealed and the cycle continues.

The only law that is steadfast is the Law of God.  In God’s great creation the same physical laws put into place at the time of creation are still working today (Gen. 1-2; Heb. 1:3).   In the course of Bible history, God has dealt with man under three dispensations:  The Patriarchal, the Mosaical, and the Christian age.   The Christian age began on Pentecost of Acts 2 and will continue until Christ returns.  The New Testament is our guide in this dispensation (Heb. 1:1-2; Jn. 12:48).  This law has been in effect for some 2000 years and will not be repealed.  It is the law by which we are to live today and is the standard by which we will be judged (Rom. 1:16-17; Jn. 12:48).  It is to our eternal benefit to: read, study and obey the New Testament.

Check out the following links: Observations Of The Me Generation, Mike Riley Submitting To Unjust Governments, Mike Riley Where Will You Spend Eternity, Ron Boatwright

Leon Brashear

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Does Baptism Save? – Preston Silcox

The sign in front of the interdenominational church building said… Water baptism never saved anyone.

Sometime later the same church ran an ad in the local classifieds that announced the identical message. Is this bold and public proclamation true? Consider a few scriptures. Continue reading

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Why Study God’s Word By Ron Boatwright

Just as we eat 3 meals a day to sustain our physical bodies, we must also feast on God’s word daily to sustain our souls. If we don’t we are in danger of losing our souls. Continue reading

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