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    He that changes pride for worldliness, sensuality for Pharisaism, vanity in himself to the contempt of others, let him not think that he hath mortified the sin
    that he seems to have left. He hath changed his master, but is a servant still. ~ John Owen

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    One of your better sermons, bro.

    BTW, when did Mid-Week Cottage Prayer Meeting turn into a "preaching" event, with "sermons" and "altar calls"?

    May be that the Church (believers) needs more prayer meeting and less preaching?? Just typing out loud . . .
    Jesus knows me, this I love.
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    "God elected me not because He looked ahead and fore-saw my faith,
    but because He looked ahead and fore-saw my unbelief."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bob Griffin View Post
    One of your better sermons, bro.

    BTW, when did Mid-Week Cottage Prayer Meeting turn into a "preaching" event, with "sermons" and "altar calls"?

    May be that the Church (believers) needs more prayer meeting and less preaching?? Just typing out loud . . .
    In most of the Fundamentalist churches I attended, there was not much prayer. One, however, actually had real prayer groups and we really did pray. The only problem was that the pastor thought he had to teach for 50minutes every Wed. We were there from 6:45-8:30 every Wed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bob Griffin View Post
    One of your better sermons, bro.

    BTW, when did Mid-Week Cottage Prayer Meeting turn into a "preaching" event, with "sermons" and "altar calls"?

    May be that the Church (believers) needs more prayer meeting and less preaching?? Just typing out loud . . .


    That is a good question and you made a good observation, but that remark to Balance was cold...funny, but cold
    Bob



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bob Griffin View Post
    One of your better sermons, bro.

    BTW, when did Mid-Week Cottage Prayer Meeting turn into a "preaching" event, with "sermons" and "altar calls"?

    May be that the Church (believers) needs more prayer meeting and less preaching?? Just typing out loud . . .
    I could not agree more.
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    All things presented in the above message are MHO. Thus, even though they probably are right, you have the right to respectfully disagree with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bob Griffin View Post
    One of your better sermons, bro.

    BTW, when did Mid-Week Cottage Prayer Meeting turn into a "preaching" event, with "sermons" and "altar calls"?

    May be that the Church (believers) needs more prayer meeting and less preaching?? Just typing out loud . . .
    Agreed, I remember when right after I got saved , Wednesday night service we had a short devotion then we broke off into small prayer groups. then over the years it started to drift to a preaching service. Now on Wednesday night It's really the same a a Sunday night service. i know as a young Christian I grew more from those prayer meetings then any other services we held.
    On a side note public prayer in "most" IFB that I have attended seems to be just a break in the service to get to the next phase. The preacher makes a few announcements then prays for the offering(during this time the if there is to be a special singing the singers get up and get into position.It amazes me we tell everyone how important prayer is yet we use prayer to get ready to sing.
    I got a fever and the only prescription is MORE COWBELL.

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    My last X'er church was an all night ordeal on Wednesday night. A full sermon, invitation, prayer lists (which we had to read line by line because apparently none of us were capable of doing that for ourselves), then prayer groups ... "ladies with ladies" and "men with men". (We all know the horrors of what can happen if a man and woman pray together.) You might be out by 9.

    Then, if you were in the choir, you had practice for an hour after church and of course you couldn't miss that because roll was taken and if you missed rehearsal on Wednesday nite, you were automatically banned from the choir loft the following Sunday.
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