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Monday Memo – Shecaniah

by Bryant Evans on June 6, 2011

Shecaniah is not a household name but it was common in ancient Israel. At least a half dozen people are named Shecaniah in the Old Testament. This unknown Bible leader teaches deep and abiding lessons that every Christian can learn from. You want to know this man. Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On […]

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A Call for Courage in the Pulpit

by Bryant Evans on May 4, 2009

Preaching is the finest task a man can do. There is no more demanding work than that of a dedicated spokesman for God. The task is too important to be left to last-minute-find-a-sermon-on-the-internet kind of preachers. The preparation is hard and the presentation exhausting. To be sound, preaching must be done with courage. Sound gospel […]

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by Bryant Evans on February 25, 2009

I thought I’d take a slightly different direction this morning and talk about a common problem: fear. Actually, I’m going to suggest you visit another site for a great article on dealing with personal fears. This guy is not a preacher and I am not sure where he stands on spiritual matters but I came […]

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Where the Battle Rages

by Bryant Evans on January 23, 2009

While preparing for this Sunday’s lesson from  the story of David and Goliath, I noticed a verse that had escaped me  in the past. Since time will prevent me from discussing this little nugget I thought I would post it  here. “The Philistines stood on the mountain on one side while Israel stood on the […]

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Monday Memo – Joshua

by Bryant Evans on August 4, 2008

There he stood – in charge – and scared to death. His model and mentor had just died and now he was left to pick up the pieces. He stood on the very edge of greatness and the precipice of failure. Had had been tapped to lead 2 million nomads into a land where they […]

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