We are at Higher Ground Baptist Church in Gadsden, AL this week. The pastor is James Wallace. The meeting got off to a great start last evening. In spite of a rain storm, the attendance was good, and the presence of the Holy Spirit was powerful. The Lord blessed in the singing, the preaching and the invitation. Please remember us as the week progresses. Pray that God will give us the help we need and that this good church will grow and be blessed.
As some of you may have noticed, I have finally gotten around to updating my sermons. After all the E-mails I received from preachers asking for new material I thought I would take the time to post some. I know the letters of gratitude are mere seconds away from pouring. Anyway, don’t go to sleep as you read the new posts.
God bless you folks and thanks for making The Sermon Notebook one of the most visited sermons sites in the world.
The Southeastern Bible Conference has been a blessing. The Lord has moved in power in each service and I praise Him for that. The people seem hungry for the Word and they are very responsive, both during the preaching and in the invitation. I feel honored to be allowed to be a part of the meeting this year. Lord willing, we will finish the meeting this evening. This meeting has been going on for several years. For a long time, it operated under the title of The Old Dock Bible Conference. Now, it is called the Southeastern Bible Conference. It is made up of several local churches and it is hosted each year by a different church. This yea, it is hosted by Sandy Plain Baptist Church. The Pastor of Sandy Plain, Brother Sterling Sarvis, is the moderator. Please pray for this final night of the meeting, and pray for the future meetings of the Southeastern Bible Conference.
I am in Tabor City, NC this for the Southeast Bible Conference. Actually, Joan and I are staying in a condo in N. Myrtle Beach, SC this week. (Thanks Chris and Bianca!!) At any rate, the meeting got off to a good start last evening. The music was good and I enjoyed tremendous liberty to preach the Word of God. he Lord moved on hearts and the altar filled us as people came forward to honor God’s call. Please remember the pray for the rest of this week as it unfolds. Pray that souls will be saved, churches will be helped, pastors will be encouraged, the saints will be fed, and above all, that God will be glorified.
Oh yeah, sorry for being away from the keyboard for a while. I just haven’t been motivated to share much lately. Anyway, thank you for your faithfulness to visit we web site, even when nothing much is going on. I am still here and one day I will come back with a vengeance. Until then, I guess you will get it hit and miss, a little here, a little there.