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Eastern Shore church of Christ

The Thief on the Cross

by Bryant Evans on March 29, 2015

Many have asked how it is possible that the thief on the cross was saved apart from baptism. Some use the thief as proof that baptism is unnecessary in salvation. Their thinking is in error as the thief proves nothing concerning baptism. The story of the thief is found in some form in all four […]

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On Being Thankful

by Bryant Evans on March 8, 2015

A good Christian is nothing if not thankful. Our example and savior, Jesus, demonstrated his thankfulness to God through his often prayers (Matthew 11:25; Luke 10:21; John 11:41). The psalmist wrote: “I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart; I will recount all of your wonderful deeds.” (Psalm 9:1) “Sing praises to […]

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Including Others

by Bryant Evans on October 20, 2013

Evangelism is spreading the good news of Jesus Christ. It is introducing people to Jesus and telling them of his salvation. Evangelism is also reaching out to the struggling who are in Christ but slipping away. In the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) Jesus commanded that we make disciples, teach and baptize and teach them again. […]

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Christian Fasting

by Bryant Evans on September 15, 2013

The Bible speaks of fasting but in the present day many people seem a bit confused about it. After the topic arose in a Bible class I decided to do some in-depth research. You can read my paper over on the main church website for the Eastern Shore Church of Christ. I hope you find Christian Fasting […]

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Memorial Day

by Bryant Evans on May 27, 2012

This weekend Americans celebrate a special national holiday, Memorial Day. Although the name has changed from the original Decoration Day, Memorial Day celebrates and remembers all the servicemen and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the many wars our country has fought. Monday will see a variety of ceremonies marking the day. Flags […]

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