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The Gospel of the Old Testament

by Bryant Evans on August 22, 2019

{This article is in association with a sermon series on the Gospel of Luke} We usually think of the gospel as the first four books of the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Actually, the gospel throughout the Bible, including the Old Testament. Remember, “gospel,” simply means good news. The good news of a […]



by Bryant Evans on July 26, 2018

There’s a war going on. It’s not in Syria. Our opponent is not Russia, Iran or North Korea. The bombs are not made by Raytheon, and there are no Admirals or Generals leading armies. This war is far more destructive than any conflict humanity has ever witnessed. More will fall than in all the previous […]

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I’ve Got Good News…I’ve Got Bad News

by Bryant Evans on July 25, 2018

You can’t have one without the other. What is a beautiful day unless you have experienced a stormy day? What’s sunshine without rain? What is good news without bad? It takes one to contrast and highlight the other. I’ll start with the bad news. You are broken. You are sinful, and there is nothing you […]

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We Must Obey God

by Bryant Evans on November 5, 2017

A doctrine of convenience has descended upon the religious world. People are told to believe on Jesus and that alone will save your soul. This is a false doctrine contrived by man. Belief is certainly essential for salvation, but it does not bring salvation when left alone. To believe in Jesus as the only Son […]

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Power at Bellingrath Road

by Bryant Evans on April 29, 2009

A dozen Christians from Eastern Shore made the 30 mile jaunt over to the Bellingrath Road church of Christ last night to support the evangelism efforts and their current Gospel Meeting. Preaching last night was Bill Davis, a former ordained minister in the Assemblies of God church. Davis left the AOG in February of this […]

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