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How God Cleans Up What You Messed Up

My Brothers and Sisters in Christ, How wonderful it was to see so many of you on Sunday! I am praying even more of you will come out this Sunday for "R ep Your Team" Sunday with your favorite team's paraphernalia. I imagine there are more than a few Aggies, Rams, and others who will be in their game day finest. I will definitely be sporting my Maroon Tiger gear. We come together to celebrate because of what God has done for us. And, what has God done for us most of all? God, through Jesus the Christ, pained the price for the unremovable stain of sin. As we like to sing, Jesus paid it all. The next verse in the song is "All to Him I owe." How do we repay God for all that He has done for u

Keeping It Real

Beloved, How I missed you on Sunday and how I look forward to seeing you this evening and Sunday coming...Lord willing. As many of you know, one of my favorite phrases in Bible Study is to "keep it real not religious". Some might think there is something conflicting in that statement. I assure you that it is quite consistent. As I have taught and teach, we live in four dimensions - physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Our religion can be captured by our minds but not impact the rest of our dimensions. In keeping it real, I want you to know how important it is to have a solid spiritual foundation to inform your emotional being which should direct your mental acumen as to giv

A True Friend

Beloved, What does true friendship look like? Some would say that it is doing unto others as you would have them to do unto you. Another way of saying that is to treat people the way you would want to be treated. I think that David and Jonathan, the son of King Saul, had their own interpretation as revealed in 1 Samuel 18:1 which reads, "When David had finished speaking to Saul, the soul of Jonathan was bound to the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul." When we think of loving someone as your own soul, we must have eternity in mind. Jonathan had eternity in mind for himself and he wanted his relationship with David to be one that would go beyond the ups and downs that we f

Correction

Beloved, I spoke in error last night at Bible Study when I associated the Lutherans with predestination. I meant the Calvinists. Charge it to my head and not my heart; but, I spoke truth with error. Be blessed, Rev. Cain

Doing Your Part

Church Family, I pray that my email finds you doing well. We had a glorious weekend with our annual Friends and Family weekend. While I did not count numbers, many commented that it was the largest and best we have had on Saturday and Sunday. One of the groups that came commented on the fellowship, hospitality, spirit and food (oh how wonderful was the food) that was a blessing for them. Thank you for providing such an atmosphere. It all came together because all involved did their part. In doing our part, there is the thing to be done and the way the thing is to be done. What I mean is that you need to have the right spirit, heart and mind about you so that your work is done in a way that

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