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Bro. David Phillips
"Serving Specifically"
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 They that trust in the LORD shall be as mount Zion, which cannot be removed, but abideth for ever.  Psalm 125:1 

 

The Daily Nugget

Tuesday, April 24, 2018


Revelation 1:5 And from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten of the dead, and the prince of the kings of the earth. Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood,


Oh what a Saviour, oh what a Saviour, oh what a Saviour is mine!  Unto the uttermost, wonderful, glorious!  Oh what a Saviour is mine!  I’m sure most of you are familiar with that old hymn.  As I read our verse this morning that song immediately rolled from my lips.  He is such a wonderful and glorious Saviour.  He is the faithful witness.  As He ascended to the throne room as our interceder, He promised to send another comforter, the Holy Ghost.  He was faithful to keep His promise.  Therefore we bask in the assurance of salvation today because of the unmistakable witness within our soul.  He is the first begotten of the dead.  He not only died on the cross, providing the atoning blood for our sins, but He arose from the grave defeating death.  Now He owns death.  Death takes orders from Him.  Death only operates by permission from the Lord Jesus.  He is the prince of the kings of the earth.  He is the omnipotent (all powerful) King of kings and Lord of lord.  He’s in charge.  What a comfort to know the Lord Jesus is calling the shots.  And now for the best part… “Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood”.  Glory Hallelujah!  For God so loved us that He gave His only begotten Son for us.  His shed blood then and now provides atonement for our sins.  My friend, it’s still the blood!  What a God!  What a King!  Oh what a Saviour!  Amen.




Monday, April 23, 2018


Galatians 5:9 A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump.


Here we have a very familiar verse that we have heard quoted many, many times throughout our life.  Even if you came from a nonchristian home you probably heard your grandparent quote this verse.  The verse is referring to a lump of bread doe that the yeast has been added to.  A tiny bit of yeast will cause the whole lump of doe to ferment and rise.  This is where we get yeast bread, which is delicious.  But the point being made here is that that tiny bit of yeast affected the whole lump and therefore will affect the whole loaf when the bread is baked.  Another way to describe the point being made here is if a rotten potato is mixed in with the bowl of mashed potatoes then the whole bowl of mashed potatoes is ruined.  Here in this chapter of Galatians Paul is teaching the importance of believing the correct biblical doctrine of salvation.  Many times we all have been guilty of saying “well that little thing does not matter, we can overlook that.”  Dear friend, it is vital that we believe the truth.  If we only believe part of the truth then our faith is contaminated and we will contaminate others in our teaching.  We must believe and live in the truth of salvation.  Salvation only can be accepted through invitation of conviction.  Conviction must bring on repentance.  Repentance allows spiritual birth.  This rebirth brings with it the benefit of eternal security of the soul.  The scriptures are so very clear on this truth of salvation.  To leave out or add to it will contaminate salvation.  We must also believe the truth about the Saviour.  He is the Son of God.  He is God manifested in the flesh.  He was born of a virgin, being sinless and remaining sinless.  He voluntarily offered Himself on the cross as the supreme sacrifice for the sin debt of mankind.  Shedding His sinless blood He became the sinless sacrifice, offering His blood as the acceptable atonement for sin.  He was placed in a tomb and defeated death as He arose from that grave on the third day.  He ascended to the throne of God and sits on the right hand of the Father even now as He intercedes for us.  And might I add, He is soon to step out on a cloud and call us that are born again home in the rapture.  Friend, if you add to or take away any part of the gospel then you have contaminated the truth about the gospel.  A little unbelief will cause you to be an unbeliever.  We cannot pick and choose what part of truth we want and leave the rest.  We must accept the whole truth with our whole heart.  A little leaven does make a difference in the whole lump.  I am not interested in partaking of a bowl of mashed potatoes that has a rotten potato added.  How about you?  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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