Today’s devotion is a call to worship. On this Friday, March 20th, we have the opportunity to worship the Lord and acknowledge the many blessings He has given to us. The beauty of this day is that we don’t have to wait until Sunday. I believe whole-heartedly that we should worship Him every day. We…

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Luke 12:13-20 Revernend Dr. Michel J. Faulker Pastoral Ambassador, CE National Jesus’ parable of the Rich Fool appears only in Luke’s Gospel and occurs early (within the first year) in Jesus’ ministry. It is one of only a handful of parables for which the meaning is given before the parable is shared as an illustration.…

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This devotion should cause us to give God praise. We have been set free from sin. The blood of Jesus Christ has washed our sins away. God has given us the power to overcome sin. Not only that, our sins do not have to haunt us. It is amazing that there are those who remind…

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Luke 12:13-20 A man in the crowd said to Jesus, “Teacher, tell my brother to divide with me the property our father left us.” Jesus answered him, “Friend, who gave me the right to judge or to divide the property between you two?” And he went on to say to them all, “Watch out and…

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We cannot abuse our bodies! Our bodies are living temples of God. We need to treat our bodies as a way of honoring God. Our bodies need rest and renewal. As important as physical exercise is, we can damage our bodies by pushing it to do what it is not prepared to do. Exercise requires…

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Luke 16:19-31 Reverend Dr. Cory L. Jones Tabernacle Baptist Church – Burlington, New Jersey While living in Atlanta, I went to get lunch from a local supermarket. Before I entered the store, a young homeless man asked me for lunch. I had a little extra money, so it was my pleasure to purchase food for…

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As pastor I want to provide a weekly update regarding our response to the Coronavirus.  Our worship services for Sundays, March 22 and March 29 will not be held in the sanctuary.  Accordingly, our 9:00 am worship services will be livestreamed. Our mid-week Bible Study and Lenten Ecumenical Services have been cancelled. The Church Office…

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Believers are urged to stand firm in the Lord. When trials come our way, we must be rooted and planted in the Lord. I have said several times that we must have a strong faith that relies and depends on the Lord.  Trials come our way as a part of life. Consequently, we must be…

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Luke 16:19-31 Reverend William T. Martin Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church Recently, I traveled to Atlanta, Georgia for a work conference. As I left the hotel complex that hosted the conference. As I left the hotel conference that hosted the conference, I saw a gentleman who was hungry and asking for money to buy food. He…

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I recently purchased an ornament that read “Pray Big.” When I saw it in the store, I immediately bought it and placed it in the church’s chapel. It reminds us that whenever we pray, our prayers need to be big and with expectation that God hears and answers prayer. Prayer does change things and opens…

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