Archive for January, 2010

In Announcements
21Jan 10

It’s that time already!

Endeavoring to bring Baltimore, Christ-centered rhymes and sound, biblical, theological teaching under one roof at one time, Fourth Friday Fundamentals serves as the conduit for such to take place. Its a time for worship, celebration, edification, conviction, correction, fellowship and maturation.

Join us January 22, 2010 @ 8:00 PM

at Believer’s Chapel
12 West 22nd Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

…as we get into and unpack the need to diligently keep close accounts on yourself and the revealed Inscripturated Truth! We are hopeful that this session will evoke sincere examination in both belief and behavior!

soli deo gloria!!

(in case you missed it) THEME: WATCH YOUR LIFE AND DOCTRINE

FEATURED ARTIST: PROTEGE (this cat gets animated like a cartoon! join us and be prepared for an energetic set! come through and bring a friend or 2)

Happy New Year – So What ?

Posted by G.R.A.C.E. Preecha
In Miscellaneous
2Jan 10

While we’re waiting for audio from this year to be gathered (the FFF crew had many trials with equipment failure this year), I decided to do a little sharing for those of you visiting the site. I wrote this and posted it back in 07, but giving it a listen, I found myself being a bit convicted by it. I think it’s a good ‘share’ opportunity for everyone. It’s posted afresh at our sister site, Life | Doctrine | Music and at its’ original location at Theologically Correct dot Com.

Podcast download:

Thinking Biblically Commentary – January 4, 2007
K. Joel Gilliard

Every year on December 31, great festivals and celebrations around the world are held to ring out the old year and bring in the new year. In fact, starting backwards from December 26th, news broadcasters begin to reflect on past events of the year, who died, who got married and whatever the big news stories of the year that there were.

Many people use this time of year to do their own reflection on the events of the past year in their personal lives. Many make promises to improve themselves in the coming year and as we well know, these things have a tendency not to last.

Many have come to think of New Year’s resolutions as a cliché for ‘Heh. Let’s see how long that lasts.’ People make grandiose claims and promises only to break them before the end of the month (usually within the first 5-15 days of the month).

Now let’s think for a moment. Biblically, if you will.

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