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Kurt Strassner
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Wait, What?
The LORD had just delivered His people from the madness of Pharaoh … parting the waters of the Red Sea, bringing them safely across, and then letting gravity resume its course when Pharaoh and his hoards ventured onto the seabed. “Then they believed His wo...
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Post Tenebras Lux
Or in English: ‘After Darkness, Light.’ This became a motto the Protestant Reformation. For, after centuries of unbiblical, superstitious, soul-destroying Roman Catholic darkness … God, through the reformers, made His gospel light to shine clearly once mo...
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"If we walk in the light"
“but if we walk in the Light as He Himself is in the Light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin.” ( 1 John 1:7 ) I love this verse! I have quoted it numerous times in recent years. But I have to adm...
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Looking Ahead at PRBC
The last 2½ months of the PRBC year are always a season of good opportunities and important preparation. This year is no exception. To get you ready (and praying), here’s a little head’s up as to some of what is, Lord will, ahead between now and the close...
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Vernacular Scriptura
One of the great blessings of the Protestant Reformation was the rediscovery of the doctrine of Sola Scriptura – the truth that what we believe, in matters of Christian faith and practice, must come from Scripture alone. But perhaps of equal value, both du...
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Sermons: The Fruit of the Spirit
We've just completed a study of "the fruit of the Spirit" from Galatians 5:22-23.  Listen in! Galatians 5:22-23 - Intro and Love - mp3 Galatians 5:22b - Joy - mp3 Galatians 5:22c - Peace - mp3 Galatians 5:22d - Patience - mp3 Galatians 5:22e - Kindness - mp...
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Reformation Resources
October 31st, 1517. Mallet in hand, a German monk and university professor named Martin Luther walked to the Wittenberg church door, nailed to it ninety-five points for debate, and opened the floodgates upon a growing tide of gospel truth that gushed out as...
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The Beauty of Baptism
This Sunday morning, Lord willing, we will have the privilege of witnessing five baptisms at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church. Praise God for how He is working! And, on an occasion such as this, it is well if we ponder the spiritual beauty of what we witnes...
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"He Himself is our peace"
I’m from the American South. The place where racial tensions have often been at their height. The place where slavery, Jim Crow, and ‘separate but equal’ had their heyday. But also the place where I saw the gospel of Jesus Christ, in stunningly beautiful...
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Paul's Letters
The apostle Paul (also known as Saul) is famous for his letters – to Christians in Rome, Corinth, Galatia, and so on. But, before Paul wrote any of these famous letters, we are told that he “ asked for letters” ( emphasis added) of a very different sort: N...
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