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A Good Thought and Reminder

Copied from TableTalk Magazine Dec 1st, 2011 written by Nicholas Batzig (Attributes below) Bernard of Clairvaux once mentioned an old man who, upon hearing about any professing Christian who fell into sin, would say to himself: “He fell today; I may fall tomorrow.” The apostle Paul commended the same mindset when he wrote, “let anyone…
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Why You Should NOT Worship with Us this Resurrection Sunday

While the whole "Church" world seems to encourage everyone from all around to come to church on Resurrection Sunday, also known as Easter, I have a different view that many people should NOT come to church that day, especially they should not attend among the fellowship of GraceTruth. Before you hang me out to be…
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Tuesday Evening Class Coming: Attributes of God

In just a few weeks we will begin a new series on Tuesdays at 7PM looking at the essence of God's character and how the attributes of God are all essential, equal and self-existent.  Join us. This course will be some good preparation for our "FREE" School of Ministry and Theology that will launch this…
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Learn to Understand the Bible

Tuesday throughout the month's of February and March we will take time to learn the basic principles of interpretation and understanding of the biblical text. For many, the need to learn the bible is not a priority but for every Christian, a lack of desire to grow in biblical understanding and knowledge is a very…
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Allegory of Sarah and Hagar in Galatians 4

This past week we had a very good question and answer time on Tuesday.  Some of the discussion centered on Ishmael which led us to clarify a few things that Paul deals with in Galatians on the matter.  In an attempt to provide some good clear teaching on the subject, few do it so well…
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Community Updates Claxton Enterprise

This Summer, GraceTruth Baptist Church has turned one as a constituted church and in that time much has transpired.  Some experiences have been difficult, some incredible, but all things for our good and for the glory of God.  In our culture many people measure success in many different ways.  For example, the local church of…
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