Monthly Archive: August 2017

Aug
29

Acts 6:8…

Acts 6:8… Stephen was an amazingly gifted man, full of faith and power. The wonderful thing about a statement like that is knowing it is not his own grace and power Stephen is filled with. If it was, he would […]

Aug
22

Acts 6:1…

Acts 6:1… A complaint has arisen in the first-days church. In the KJV version of this passage, the word employed is ‘murmuring.’ It doesn’t sound like a good thing. The Greek language rendering of this word is ‘gongysmos,’ which means […]

Aug
17

I Love Pastor Jay Schein

August 17, 2017 Our beloved brother pastor Jay Schein went home to be with Jesus about 2:50pm this afternoon. Jay had open-heart surgery Tuesday following a heart attack, which apparently happened last Friday morning, sometime after his attendance at Friday […]

Aug
15

Acts 5:12…

Acts 5:12… There is an intensity to all the Divine activity in the first-days church that rightly should make our jaws drop. It should also make us wonder what happened to that degree of intensity? Is it God? Is it […]

Aug
08

Acts 4:32…

Acts 4:32… When a person is first saved by God the transformation is so radical it all becomes a blur. It is a first-love experience. Truly. Nothing of this world matters any more. There is a view into heaven that […]

Aug
01

Acts 4:23…

Acts 4:23… We say all the time, “God is sovereign.” Another thing we say is, “God is in control.” Until you experience His divine direction in your life for yourself, these sayings are only ‘hoped-for’ statements. “I sure hope God […]