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Part II: He maketh me to lie down in green pastures.
Posted Tuesday, March 7, at 2:33 PM
Psalms 23:2 The second requirement before a sheep will lie down is to be free from friction. (Not at odds with others). Because of their social behavior sheep will refuse to lie down unless they are free from friction from those within the flock. Sheep have a social or butting order just as other animals. Many times we as Christians find ourselves butting heads with other Christians...

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Part I: He maketh me to lie down in green pastures.
Posted Tuesday, February 28, at 9:22 AM

Psalms 23:2 We find in this verse a simple statement, but as we break it down we see the Lord, our shepherd, begin a labor of love more than a simple invite to lie down in a green pasture. Due to their natural make up, you can't just bring sheep into a pen, or pasture and say lay here and enjoy the day. It won't happen. So the shepherd's work begins...

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Dad, can we buy it back?
Posted Tuesday, January 24, at 9:01 AM

Genesis Chapter 1-3; Hebrews 1:1-3 In the beginning man had fellowship with God in the garden. Through the sly temptation of Satan, Adam and Eve fell from the perfect state of fellowship, and God would have to reconcile man back. Jesus Christ came and became that perfect sacrifice to bring man and God back together...

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The Square
Posted Tuesday, January 17, at 10:27 AM

Part II: Carpenters for Christ, checking our spiritual tool belt The right angle, our cornerstone. Psalms 118:22-23, Ephesians 2:19-22 Let's look at the carpenters square for a moment. It is a tool used to lay out a square or right angle of 90` and it has two arms. The wider arm which is about two inches wide is called the blade and the smaller arm is called the tongue...

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Carpenters for Christ, checking our spiritual tool belt - The Level.
Posted Tuesday, January 3, at 9:45 AM

2 Corth. 13:5: A carpenter's level is known as a bubble level or a spirit level. It is used to indicate whether a surface is horizontally level or vertically plumb. Accuracy of the level depends on sensitivity. Sensitivity is given by the change of angle, required to move the bubble...

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Have you lost that loving feeling?
Posted Tuesday, December 20, at 9:35 AM

I Peter 2:25 This story is of a couple that had been married 60 years. The year they married Pa bought a brand new 1954 Ford pickup truck. For 60 years he kept that truck and it still ran and looked as good as the day he drove it off the showroom floor...

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A prayer network that gets things done
Posted Tuesday, December 13, at 9:25 AM

Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. James 5:16 Having a special place for our own prayer time is good and we all need that. As we see in James 5:16 prayer is not always to be kept to ourselves. James says a great healing process is to confess our faults one to another...

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Brother Jeff Knowlton is the pastor of Little River Baptist Church