In the morning let us prepare for the new day with the words of the New Testament and in the evening let us reflect on how God moves in the lives of his people. Morning Reading from the New Testament: John 6: 45-71 Jesus fed 5,000 men and walked across the sea. He said, "I... Continue Reading →

In the morning let us prepare for the new day with the words of the New Testament and in the evening let us reflect on how God moves in the lives of his people. Morning Reading from the New Testament: John 6: 22-44 Jesus fed 5,000 men and walked across the sea. He said, "I... Continue Reading →

In the morning let us prepare for the new day with the words of the New Testament and in the evening let us reflect on how God moves in the lives of his people. Morning Reading from the New Testament: John 6: 1-21 Jesus fed 5,000 men and walked across the sea. He said, "I... Continue Reading →

Elder David Montgomery concludes the Amarillo Fall Meeting 2015 with a message from John 6.  This message is a great conclusion to the overall meeting as Elder Montgomery preaches on the importance of remembering the blessings of the Lord and the salvation we have received. amarillopbc.sermon.net/20499962

Elder Morris visits with the Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church and preaches on the Bread of Life from John 6. Elder Morris brings out many points, in particular highlighting the fact that Christ is our perfect sustenance. amarillopbc.sermon.net/20392247

Elder Gail Farries visits Amarillo as a visiting speaker and speaks on the subject of John 6 and the lessons contained within this chapter. http://amarillopbc.sermon.net/da/1200138578 The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church was blessed to have Elder Farries visit with us.  We always enjoy his presence in the worship service and pray for his ministry.

Last week in the Tuesday Tea post I tried to spend a few moments analyzing the belief in Total Depravity.  While many churches believe in or at least suggest that they believe in something similar to Total Depravity it is what they do with that belief that separates the churches.  This response is defined by... Continue Reading →

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