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" The Burden to Preach "
  Lonnie Mozingo Sr.

photos/2-700424597.jpg There is no one set pattern in the call to preach the gospel of Christ. Men may experience different conditions surrounding that call but all seem to have the impression and desire to communicate the word of God. Sometimes men may feel inadequate and express ambivalence toward this call which not only is natural but may never leave. In this clip Elder Mozingo recalls the uncertainty and doubt as to whether he was called to preach. It was something he took very seriously as you will here.

A little over a 4 minute clip. But tells of a 36 hour episode in his life.


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" Why Do Good People Suffer, 1976 "
  Sonny Pyles

photos/2-787148816.jpg How can we consider our afflictions, "light?" Suffering is a reality we must often endure. Who should we blame? Why do godly people suffer?

At the time of this sermon, Elder Pyles references a good man he knew who was suffering. He said, "There is something, to night, in my carnal, natural reasoning, that tells me that's not right." He referred to a once very able preacher and writer, J.D. Holder. "For 5 years in bed, mind gone, unable to communicate - like a vegetable."

In this sermon Elder Pyles speaks to the questions raised by Asaph in Psalms 73, in a sermon titled, "Why Do Good People Suffer?"

It is a lengthy sermon but full of Scripture on the subject of suffering, (Over 1 hour, 8 minutes.)

Some of the interesting points made in this sermon cover suffering in general, the difference between punishment and chastisement and our view points toward each. 2 extremes parents have in training children, 4 steps of blame, negatives and positives, Paul's thorn in the flesh, sufferings and glory - just to name a portion of relevant topics.

This sermon was preached at Eureka church in Georgia, 1976. (You will hear reference to then Pastor, Elder Raybon Lord.)

Good quality recording preserved for you, now 43 years later.

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" Dr. D.A. Waite - Old Doctrinal Words "
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photos/2-489579744.jpg How important are words of the Bible? What do they represent? Is the Author's intent conveyed in the translation we are reading. Is it important? Or is a paraphrase meaning the same? Does the English translation we use accurate to the original words? And why does the 1611 KJB English translation use antiquated words?

We are thankful for the work Dr. Waite has done over the years in defending the King James Bible. He is the Pastor of "The Bible For Today Baptist Church" in Collingswood, New Jersey.


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