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The Freedom of Being a Disciple

In the past two speeches given at this convention, our attention was directed to two truths: disciples of Christ have marks which identify them as disciples indeed; and, true discipleship is “costly.” Now the apparent conclusion which might be drawn is that such a discipleship must surely be a very limiting thing. A disciple is […]

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Credibility Gaps

The term “credibility gap” is frequently used in the sphere of the federal government. In all likelihood, it originated here. In government, public officials often say they are going to do many important things but when all is said and done, they do very little, or the very opposite occurs. For example: The president many […]

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The Mark of a Disciple

Text: John 13:34-35, “A new commandment I give unto you, that ye love one another as I have loved you, that ye also love one another, by this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” Discipleship is crucial in our day. True it is that the […]

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Following After Jesus

Introduction: We are pleased to be present with you on this 31st annual Convention, and to have a part in the program which has been arranged. We are also pleased with the general theme of this Convention, which is: Disciples of Christ. It struck me that such a theme would be chosen in a day […]

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