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 We would like to invite you to AGBC to worship with us.  We are a church that strives to worship and serve the Lord in the old paths.  We are a mission minded church and monthly support many missionaries.  Our worship services are biblical and Spirit filled.  Come join us in giving our Lord the glory He deserves.  Jeremiah 6:16 Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls.


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Monday, June 24, 2019

John 4:50  Jesus saith unto him, Go thy way; thy son liveth. And the man believed the word that Jesus had spoken unto him, and he went his way.

Jesus has returned to Galilee where He had performed His first public miracle.  A man is there whose son is very sick and near death.  The son is in another city called Capernaum.  He begs Jesus to come down and heal his son before he dies.  The Lord tells him to go home, the son is healed.  And notice our verse; the man believed the word that Jesus had spoken unto him, and went his way.  Oh, if we only had enough faith to believe what the Lord said!  The Lord is God, He did not have to touch the boy or pray over him.  The Lord just said it is done.  My friend, we underestimate our God.  He is The Lord!  He is sovereign in all His works.  He is omnipotent and omnipresent.  Yes, He is all powerful and He is all present.  He just said it and it was done.  The man had faith that what the Lord said was true, so he starts on the journey back home.  The trip was a day long journey and when he arrived home the next day, he found his son well.  He asked the family and caretakers when the boy began to get better.  They gave him a time and it was the exact time that Jesus had spoken the word to the father.  My friends, if only we had enough faith to believe what the Lord has already confirmed in our heart!  I recall another instance in the book of Mark.  A man also brings his son to the Lord.  The boy is demon possessed.  The Lord said; “If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.  And straightway the father of the child cried out, and said with tears, Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief.”  Did you see that??  The man of little faith cried out to the Lord to help him with his unbelief.  We have been told so many times to not ask the Lord to increase our faith because it would cause storms to enter our life.  Therefore, we just go through life miserable because someone said don’t ask for it.  My friend, we are going to endure storms regardless.  I would rather my storms efficiently grow my faith than to endure them over and over because I am too self-centered to ask the Lord to increase my faith.  Dear friend, the Devil doesn’t want your faith to increase.  He knows if your faith increases then he cannot do anything with you.  He knows if your faith increases then his demons will have to leave your life.  My friend, have faith enough to ask the Lord to increase your faith today.  Lord, help mine unbelief!  Amen.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

John 5:6  When Jesus saw him lie, and knew that he had been now a long time in that case, he saith unto him, Wilt thou be made whole?

If you are saved, raise a hand of praise to the Lord that He came to you.  Hallelujah!  Salvation is of the Lord.  Without the Lord’s mercy and compassion to convict the lost sinner of his or her depraved condition, they would be hopeless. Our text verse for today is taken from the scripture where the Lord Jesus chooses to stop by a pool near the sheep market in Jerusalem.  This pool was known as a healing pool.  A great multitude of impotent folk lay by this pool in hope of being healed.  The Lord went there one day for one man.  He did not go there for the whole crowd.  If you disagree with that, then you disagree with the scripture.  If Jesus had of went there to save the whole place then the whole place would have gotten healed that day.  He walked to one man.  He asked that one man if he would like to be whole.  That one man actually did not even answer Jesus’ question.  He only gave Jesus an excuse why he was still crippled.  Isn’t that just like us?  We tend to give excuses why we are in sin.  Even us saved people will give excuses why we are backslid.  We will say it is because of this or that or because of them or they.  My friend, there are NO legitimate excuses for sin.  I have even heard people say they are out of church and living in sin because some preacher hurt them.  Give me a break!  What really happened was a man of God preached the Word of God and it offended them in their sin and rather than repent they gave excuses.  Jesus asked this impotent man if he wished to be healed and he only gave excuses.  But the Lord somewhat ignored his response and immediately gave him a command.  He commanded him to get up and walk.  Notice the man did just that.  He got up and walked.  Dear friend, how many people are still laying in their crippling sin when the Lord told them to get up and walk out of it?  They are still wallowing in it.  Jesus specifically went to the clinic to save this man.  I praise Him for the day He stopped by to save me!!  Glory Hallelujah!  Are you laying in your sin hoping the world will help you?  Is that Jesus standing nearby?  Are you ignoring His command??  Has He commanded you to serve Him in some manner?  If you ignore Him you will be miserable laying by the pool of the world.  If you are waiting on that next pay raise or that next position at your job to save you then you will be waiting for the rest of your life.  Jesus asked, “Wilt thou be made whole?”  Amen.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

John 6:12  When they were filled, he said unto his disciples, Gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost.

Where can we be satisfied?  Who can provide a sufficient supply out of such a meager amount?  Where can we go to get our needs of life fulfilled?  Jesus!!  The Lord Jesus is our sufficient, fulfilling satisfaction.  It is He that can take nothing and provide something.  Our verse for today is taken from the scriptures that tell of His feeding the five thousand.  There was a huge crowd of people gathered to hear Jesus teach and preach the true word of the gospel.  As they had been there for quite some time and had traveled a long way, Jesus wished to feed them.  Wow, can you imagine having the responsibility to feed five thousand men plus women and children?!  One of the disciples presented to Jesus that there was a boy there with five loaves of bread and 2 fish.  This would barely feed one family much less the crowd at hand.  But… with God it is possible.  The Lord supplied lunch that day.  He took that small basket of food and miraculously multiplied it until all five thousand were filled.  No one went home hungry.  And there were left overs.  I love leftovers.  I grew up in a large family and my mother cooked as for an army.  The next meal would include leftovers from the previous meal.  Actually, many foods taste better left over than when they were first prepared.  Here in our scripture, the crowd is full and satisfied.  Jesus tells the disciples to gather up the leftovers.  That’s right, there were leftovers after filling at least 15-20,000 people.  Did I mention that Jesus is sufficient?!!  He provides over and above what we need.  My friend, we too must make sure we gather up the left overs.  We must not allow the leftovers from our study time to be wasted.  What about the leftovers from our worship time?  The Lord always supplies sufficiently and over and above.  He does this so that we can reach back for a fulfilling snack when we feel spiritual hunger coming on.  Or maybe when a friend needs a bite from the Lord.  Oh dear friend, make sure you collect up and carry the leftovers with you today.  You will need a bite of encouragement after a while.  And be sure to share some with a friend or maybe even a stranger.  Amen.    

For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God
Eph 2:8.

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