"I went to Jerusalem to become acquainted (Gk. istoria) with Cephas" - Paul's words from Galatians 1:18.

What I Believed Then and Still Do - Message 5

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What I Wish I Had Known Forty Years Ago
What I Believed Then and Still Do



Listen to the concluding message of the five part series by Paul Burleson here

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4 comments:

SBC employee said...

The entire series was excellent! Thanks for providing them for us so that we can participate in the conference as if we were there.

Mary Ann said...

This is good stuff! I've put all five messages on my Ipod in order to hear them again. Your dad referred to lunchtime sessions in which he talked about the temple. Are these on Emmanuel's website? I poked around but couldn't find them, but then I also couldn't find the ones I listened to via your link. Thanks for posting these. They've given me much to consider.

Wade Burleson said...

Mary Ann,

We did not tape the Tabernacle noonday series. However, you can order CD's through his Vital Truth ministries.

Royce Ogle said...

Wade,

What a refresing! Your father verbalized the cry of my heart. For 6 1/2 years I have worshipped with some wonderful church of Christ folks, some of whom had seen a glimps of the grace of God. And slowly, but steadly I have been teaching, encouraging, and loving these dear folks.

My wife passed away in 1997 and I remarried in 1999 to a wonderful woman who loves the Lord with all her heart. She was raised in the church of Christ. So to keep harmony in my home, I decided to forgo having my theological itch scratched every Sunday and we joined a church here in the Monroe, LA area. I am convinced that God brought me here to preach and teach the grace of God to folks who are for the most part very glad to hear.

I too can say "What I believed then I still do". I am on mission with God to make Christ known to those who don't know Him and to those who are only acquainted with Him.

I deeply appreceate your ministry and now I can see the apple didn't fall far from the tree.

Grace and Peace,
Royce Ogle
gracedigest.wordpress.com