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Bro. David Phillips
"A Fire With No Fuel"
01/14/18
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"In Need Of Another Touch"
01/07/18
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"Why Settle For Less, When You Can Have His Best"
12/31/17
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Wildgame Dinner 2018

January 19 @ 6:30pm, AGBC Fellowship Hall

Speaker: Bro Kerry Nelson, MS



Camp Meeting 2018

February 25 - March 1

Bro. Paul Hebert - Sunday, 10am

Bro. Terry Pace - Mon, Tues, Thurs, 6:30pm

Bro. Bud Stiltner - Wednesday, 6:30pm


 

The Daily Nugget

January 17, 2018


Psalm 18:1  I will love thee, O LORD, my strength.


David was a man who lived for the Lord, he loved the Lord and this morning we see that he leaned on the Lord.  He calls the Lord his strength.  That word strength here means help.  David is saying the Lord is my help.  Whew glory!  If you have lived for the Lord any length of time at all you can quickly say the Lord is my help.  When we are up the creek without a paddle, He is the paddle.  When we are lost in the desert, He is the oasis.  When we are falling, He is the net.  When we are overwhelmed, He carries the load.  When we are in danger, He is the alarming siren.  Oh can I go on about Him!  He is our help!  When we are down, He is our lift.  When we are to high, He is the one who lowers.  When we are sad, He is our joy.  When we are in need, He meets our need.  And I must say… when I was lost, He was my Saviour!!  Hallelujah!  Ex. 15:2 The LORD is my strength and song, and he is become my salvation: he is my God. 2Sam. 22:2 The LORD is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; Ps. 18:2 The LORD is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower.  Oh dear friend, lean on Him.  He is our true and powerful help.  Ps. 28:7 The LORD is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my song will I praise him.  I have studied myself happy this morning!  Ps. 118:14 The LORD is my strength and song, and is become my salvation. Lam. 3:24 The LORD is my portion, saith my soul; therefore will I hope in him.   We can depend on Him.  He is faithful.  He is the sure foundation.  He is Lord, Saviour, Mighty God and Lord.  Lean on Him today.  Make Him your centerpiece.  Line everything up behind Him.  Make Him number one priority.  He is our all in all.  Jesus, I must lean on Jesus.  Amen.  




January 15, 2018


Psalm 18:1  I will love thee, O LORD, my strength.


Here we have a Psalm of David that he wrote soon after he has experienced deliverance from his enemies.  The Lord has saved him once more from those who desire to take his life.  Dear friend we too have a bad man that desires to take our life.  His name is Lucifer, Satan, the Devil.  He wishes to trip us and cause us to fall.  Have you ever had someone to stick out his foot and purposely trip you as you walked by?  I can remember this happening a few times when I was a boy in school.  A smart aleck seeking a laugh from others will stick his foot out as you walk by to cause you to trip and fall.  This is an unexpected fall.  An unexpected fall can be a very dangerous and also injurious thing.  Satan desires to see us fall.  He is continuously running ahead of us and sticking things into our path to try and trip us.  But we have an advocate that can go before us and remove the trips before we fall.  Have you ask the Lord to protect you from fall today?   Jude 1:24 Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy.  David has experienced the Lord delivering him from the tripping of his enemies.  He gives the glory where glory is deserved.  He glories in the Lord.  He gives us a great example to follow here.  Notice in your Bible the description given before the verse.  In this description David is referred to as “the servant of the LORD”.  You see David lived for the Lord.  If you will notice in your Bible that the word Lord is all capitalized.  This means He is Jehovah God.  He is self-existent.  He is eternal.  Hallelujah He is God!  And David has determined to live for Him.  My friend, it pays to live for God.  It pays to make Him priority.  It pays to put Him first and foremost in everything.  If we put Him first and foremost then it will be hard for us to make a bad decision.  The times we get ourselves in a mess are the times we selfishly made a decision and did not truly seek Him in the matter.  We must live for Him.  Let’s say that slowly, We must live…for…Him.  Why are we living?  For Him!  We are here because of Him, for Him and to Him.  Listen friend, it’s not that God does not want us to be successful or to be blessed big.  But rather He wishes for us to put Him first in it.  Live for Him in it.  Don’t allow your blessings to take priority over Him.  If we do this then the sky is the limit.  A person who belongs to the Lord and they determine in their heart not to be the one noticed but rather to make the Lord noticed in their blessings, there is no telling what He will do!  My friend, make much of HIM!  Live-for-Him.  Amen.



January 16, 2018


Psalm 18:1  I will love thee


We sprung off this same verse in our studies yesterday.  We discussed how important it is to live for the Lord.  As a Christian, to live for the Lord is the most fulfilling and satisfying life that a human being can experience.  As we look around us we see so many people that are searching for satisfaction.  Many are trying to fill a spiritual void in their life with earthly elements.  Some spend all their money on acquiring things such as cars, houses, recreational toys, vacations and much more.  In the end they are still miserable, not to mention financially broke.  There are others who spend every last dime they make on drugs and alcohol.  They are looking for that one more high that will numb them of their spiritual depravity.  But when they come back down they are still in spiritual depravity.  Dear friend the answer to pure fulfillment and true satisfaction is to be born again through the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ.  So many actual Christian people are safe and saved yet they do not utilize the fulfillment that lies within them.  Why do we spend and spend and spend trying to have what someone else has and trying to please our flesh with more stuff when in the end we are broke and miserable?  Living above our means does not deliver the joy that living for Jesus promises.  We have within us the ingredients of satisfying joy and we sometimes tend to ignore this priceless treasure.  We have it all and ignore its glory.  Live for Him!  David lived for the Lord and he soon found that if he lived for the Lord then he would love the Lord.  You see, if we give our life to Him and submit to His will then we will set out on a ride like no other.  This life will be so full of joy that we will be on the highest of all highs.  This will stir up a love for the Lord that cannot be matched by any earthly attraction.  Our word “love” here in our verse has a different meaning than usual.  Normally when love is mentioned toward the Lord it is a covenant love.  The word love here in this verse means deep life changing love.  David is saying that he loves the Lord so much that he cannot spend too much time with Him.  This type love is a controlling love.  It is a love that absolutely overtakes one’s life.  Wow, what love!  My friend, if we would only live for Him then we too can enjoy and experience this life changing love for the Lord.  If we would only put all this stuff that we tend to put before the Lord aside and put Him out front of it all, then He would gather the desires of our heart in behind.  One day we will look around and see that we not only have Him but now we have it all.  Amen!  If we are in love with the Lord then He has already promised us that “all these things will be added unto us”.  Amazing.  The secret to a fulfilling life lies within us if we would only utilize this great eternal asset.  Determine today to live for Him and to love Him.  Amen.


For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God
Eph 2:8.

 
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