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Devotional on Deuteronomy 6:5

by Bill Pitcher

Deuteronomy 6:5 You shall ahavah the Lord your God with all your lev and with all your nephesh and with all of your me’od (NASB)

The greatest commandment in all of the Bible (Mt. 22:36-37 & Mk 12:28-30) is the …

Devotional on Habakkuk 1:13

by Bill Pitcher

Habakkuk 1:13 “Your eyes are too pure to approve evil, and You cannot look on wickedness with favor.  Why do You look with favor on those who deal treacherously?  Why are You silent when the wicked swallow up those more

Devotional on Job 28:28

by Bill Pitcher

Job 28:28 “And to man He said, ‘Behold, the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom; and to depart from evil is understanding.’”

Job is a difficult book to apprehend in its parts, yet its whole is remarkably easier to …

FBC Administrivia

by Bill Pitcher

There have been a couple recent questions about special offerings. Easter is the time of year for both the start of baby bottle offerings for Alpha Pregnancy and the designated giving for the Annie Armstrong offering for the North American …

Disappointing News

by Bill Pitcher

We had a plan in place to have our Easter Sunday as a drive-in service in the parking lot. Despite our best efforts, we have had to cancel the event. We will, however be live on Facebook and a recorded …

Devotional on Ecclesiastes 7:10

by Bill Pitcher

Ecclesiastes 7:10 Do not say, “Why is it that the former days were better than these?”  For it is not from wisdom that you ask about this (NASB).

The temptation for every human being is to fondly reminisce about …

Devotional on Proverbs 26:9

by Bill Pitcher

Proverbs 26:9 Like a thorn which falls into the hand of a drunkard, so is a proverb in the mouth of fools.

As the Preacher says, “There is an appointed time for everything….A time to weep and a time …

Devotional on Lamentations 5

by Bill Pitcher

Lamentations 5:22 Unless You [God] have utterly rejected us and are exceedingly angry with us.

 

Lamentations 5 as a whole stands different from the previous 4 chapters.  The first four chapters employed acrostics (a poetic device) to order the …