Category Archives: Calvary Chapel

THEY CALL IT LEGALISM…

“When there’s something in the Bible that churches don’t like, they call it legalism.” ― Leonard Ravenhill

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KEEP YOURSELVES FROM IDOLS

1 John 5:21 Little children, keep yourselves from idols. Amen. Pulpit Commentary: As so often happens with converts from a religion full of gross superstition, a good many of the superstitious observances survived the adoption of Christianity.  Deuteronomy 4:15-16 Take … Continue reading

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ADD THOU NOT UNTO HIS WORDS

The Scriptures could not be clearer. Do not add to God’s word, yet we have rampant ecumenism in the Evangelical church. We yoke with Rome and celebrate her “holidays” such as Christmas, Easter etc. and think nothing of it. Are … Continue reading

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THANKSGIVING’S HERE…

It’s that time of year again. Besides turkey, we have Black Friday sales and pre Black Friday sales, all in preparation for the big day… Christmas! But what has all this to do with Jesus our Savior? Can you picture … Continue reading

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THE MISSING CANE

I was shopping at Kohl’s recently and I had my cane with me, a gift from my daughter. I was browsing in the petite section of the store and I hung my cane on a nearby rack so I could … Continue reading

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