THIS SUNDAY, 3/22
Choir: End of the Beginning
Preacher: Jimmy Draper
Praise Team: No Rehearsal: 3/18
Adult Choir: No Rehearsal: 3/18 and 3/25: X-Tra Rehearsal: Sunday, 3/22; 3:15-4:45pm
Handbells: Next Rehearsal: 3/29
ENCOUNTER w/Dr. Jimmy Draper – THIS SUNDAY! (3/22)
THE MURDER OF JESUS
APRIL 2nd (Thur. evening before Easter); 7pm; BHBC Worship Center; More on this as the event nears.
HOW WE GOT OUR BIBLE
The story of how the canon of Scripture was compiled and selected is fascinating. Here is a very simple introductory resource to “whet your appetite” where this topic is concerned.
WHAT OTHER WORLD RELIGIONS THINK ABOUT JESUS
After all the theological dust settles, the primary difference between Christianity and all other “religions” all comes down to who Jesus is.
HOW CRITICAL THINKING SAVES FAITH
EXCELLENT (short) article by one of my HBU prof’s.
HOW C.S. LEWIS LIT A BETTER WAY TO APOLOGETICS
Another EXCELLENT article by one of my HBU prof’s. Just click on the link immediately below.
HOW LIBYA’S MARTYRS ARE WITNESSING TO EGYPT
Only God can take the heinous evil of mankind and turn it on its head for His glory.
“THE KEY TO PRAYER IS SIMPLY PRAYING” (A.W. Tozer)
Reminder: BHBC will be open every Saturday at 5pm (unless notified otherwise) for prayer-walking.
QUOTE(s) of the WEEK
“All religions are not the same. All religions do not point to God. All religions do not say that all religions are the same. At the heart of every religion is an uncompromising commitment to a particular way of defining who God is or is not and accordingly, of defining life’s purpose. Anyone who claims that all religions are the same betrays not only an ignorance of all religions but also a caricatured view of even the best-known ones. Every religion at its core is exclusive.” – Ravi Zacharias
“The danger when men stop believing in God is not that they’ll believe in *nothing*; but that they will believe in *anything*.” – G.K. Chesterton (Watts Commentary: This has been satan’s strategy since Eden i.e. “*Anything* is better than believing in God.”)
LAUGHTER IS GOOD MEDICINE: (One of my all-time favorites….)
A young Soldier and his Commander have to ride a train to a conference in Europe so they find their seats and find out they are in a cabin with a beautiful young woman and her grandmother facing each other.
Within the first hour everyone realizes that the young woman and the soldier are attracted to each other. Then the train goes through a tunnel and everyone hears a kissing sound and a loud slap.
On the other side of the tunnel the commander thinks, “I am glad my soldier was able to get a kiss but I wish she hadn’t missed him and slapped me.”
The Grandmother thinks, “Hmp, the nerve of the young man to kiss my granddaughter! Well at least he got what he deserved when she slapped him.”
The Granddaughter thinks, “That was nice of him to kiss me, but I wish my Grandmother hadn’t slapped him.”
The Soldier is thinking, “Wow, I got to kiss the girl and slap my commander all at once!”
GRACE NOTES: “Christ in the Old Testament”
Jesus: He’s on every page of Scripture….
Soli Deo Gloria, Nick