Bob Jennings

(1949 - 2012)
Bob Jennings began a pastoral ministry in Kirksville, Missouri in 1978 in the church that now meets at Lake Road Chapel. In 1983 he moved to Sedalia, Missouri to pastor a small flock which God had raised up in that city (now meeting at Highway M Chapel). Bob spoke at many conferences both in the United States and Eastern Europe. He also did evangelism outreach on various university campuses over the years. The Lord blessed Bob and his wife Terri with five children. Bob is respected as a godly man by all who knew him, perhaps most by his family. You can find encouragement from his many messages online, and also from his online journal which he kept during his days with cancer. Bob fell asleep in the Lord November of 2012.

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An Eye for the Eternal

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An Eye for the Eternal

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As believers we need an eye for the eternal and we ought to mark that which is temporal or eternal.

Thoughts on Marriage for Newlyweds

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Thoughts on Marriage for Newlyweds

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The secret of a lasting marriage and a happy marriage is in perpetually, continually, habitually giving God the number one position, purpose and passion in your lives and marriage.

Lordship: All Christians Are Disciples

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Lordship: All Christians Are Disciples

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It appears that you are saying that one can be a Christian, a convert, and yet not be a disciple. I would say that all Christians are disciples.

The Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ

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The Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ

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For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich...

Peter’s Exhortation to Elders

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Peter’s Exhortation to Elders

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The pastor shepherds God's sheep not with rigor and severity, but with love and humility; not as temporal lords but as spiritual guides, especially by example.

More Joy

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More Joy

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Looking back now, with terminal cancer for the past two years, here is one thing I would like to have done better – I'd like to have enjoyed my walk with the Lord yet more.

Stewards of the Mysteries of God

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Stewards of the Mysteries of God

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We are ambassadors and stewards of the mysteries of God and there is no greater privilege.

The Besetting Sin

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The Besetting Sin

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Bob Jennings sets besetting sin in the believer's life in the proper light, and exhorts the listener to greater efforts and resolve in fighting sin.

The Heavenly Race

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The Heavenly Race

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In the heavenly race a lot of defeat is from slothfulness, we want something for nothing, but just as the athlete is called to manage his body so is the Christian.

Do Not Quench the Spirit

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Do Not Quench the Spirit

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Do not quench the Spirit. - 1 Thessalonians 5:19

The Sin of Omission

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The Sin of Omission

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So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin(the sin of omission).

The Gospel of the Glory of Christ

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The Gospel of the Glory of Christ

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Bob Jennings preaches on "The Gospel of the Glory of Christ" (see 2 Corinthians 4:4), a very helpful...

Exercising Self-Control

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Exercising Self-Control

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Practically everything must be controlled. So also in the spiritual realm self-control is a virtue.

Behold Your God

Behold Your God

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God is big, real big, as big as you imagine a god ought to be, and then infinitely more. God is God.

Christianity Unique Among Religions

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Christianity Unique Among Religions

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Christianity is unique in that it offers a savior. All other religious leaders are mere examples and teachers, now dead and in the grave.

Behold Now is the Acceptable Time

Behold Now is the Acceptable Time

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There will come a day when we will all die. None of us knows when that day will be.

Patriarchy vs. Single Women in the Bible

Patriarchy vs. Single Women in the Bible

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The Bible doesn't say your calling as a young woman is to be a “worker at home.” In fact, Paul says, “The unmarried woman cares for the things of the Lord"

Preservation of the Saints

Preservation of the Saints

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The apostle Paul here was entirely confident that the saints at Philippi would make it. Here are four reasons why...

Why is Fasting so Little Employed by True Christians?

Why is Fasting so Little Employed by True Christians?

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Those meals you miss fasting will soon be forgotten but the blessing and the reward will remain forever. “Your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly”.

The Beauty of Holiness

The Beauty of Holiness

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God puts a premium on the beauty of holiness. Physical beauty is relatively meaningless to God.