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1687 Lilac Rd, Leitchfield, Kentucky 42754
(270) 259-9727 [office at building] (270) 316-0518 [mobile]
Unless an individual who is in a capable, accountable state
comes in contact with God’s Word in a form which they can
understand; salvation cannot occur. Hearing is the starting
point from which the plan of salvation proceeds. Thus is
the sending forth preachers of the word necessitated (Romans
Without its acceptance, even the Word of God is without
power to save. Just as surely as Satan flees from the single,
simple word “no”; so too, will God not force an obedient
faith upon anyone. Once again, we find the necessity of the
word being preached. (Romans 10:17)
Repentance is the proof of the change of heart which is a vital
element in the process of salvation. What you and I think or
say about our commitment to Christ may have their places,
but; only godly sorrow brings about the actual, active
repentance necessary for salvation. (2 Corinthians 7:10) Our
actions reveal our hearts.
Anyone not willing to admit and share with others his
belief in what he has heard about God, His Word, and His
church; has neither truly heard nor believed; and, is in fact;
incapable of progressing any further towards becoming a child
of God. Without confession we will never be partakers of
any of the heavenly benefits in Christ. (Matthew 10:32,33)
For whatever motivation they may have to try to deny its
place in the scheme of redemption; those who would argue
against baptism and its proper form and administration,
can only find themselves with but a single choice to make: to
follow scripture or not. Thus, all must accept that
salvation is not outside of what is found in God’s Word.
(Matthew 28:18-20; Mark 16:15,16)
We hope you have enjoyed it and have been edified by it in some way.
". . . they received the word with all readiness of mind,
and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so."
Acts 17:11 (KJV)
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