Tag: Bob Jennings
Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.
Listen, there is only one valid goal in life – to live for God and love Him supremely.
Paul describes his ministry with such exalted terminology -- "to preach the unsearchable riches of Christ" (Ephesians 3:8).
Bob looks at four things that led up to Peter's denial of Christ.
David conquered Goliath but that giant there was nothing compared to the one that got him -- these fleshly lusts are a bigger giant than Goliath.
“There is one death bed repentance recorded in the Bible that no one despair, but there is only one instance that no one presume.” Matthew Henry.
Common There's a man in jail for murder and the psychologist is called in. There's another in the hospital after attempting suicide and the psychologist is called in. There's a couple considering divorce and the psyc...
If our death is to be for God's glory, it must be preceded by a life of following Christ.
Christ is all anyone can have. We have nothing apart from Christ and the work He did on the cross imputed to us. All else is stripped away at death.
Pride is a mother sin. All sin, in a way, is a manifestation of pride. That is, the conceit, the arrogance, the self-importance – pride affects every word, thought and deed. Pride, though subtle, is fairly simple – "thinking more highly of ourselves than we ought to think."
Pride is the last thing to go before conversion and 1st to return. If you want to please the devil, admire yourself.
At last years conference Tim exhorted the brethren that some of us may not be there next year. During the very next year Bob Jennings at 63, and Ayla Petteruti at 23, went to be at home with the Lord.
This is the entire funeral service of Bob Jennings (January 2, 1949 - November 6, 2012) apart from the songs that were song and the graveside burial.
Question Asked: What counsel do you have for young people who've been raised knowing the Gospel but don't feel that God is saying anything to them?