It is certainly not original with Emmanuel, and it was regularly enjoined by the membership long before I began my brief tenure as pastor in 2003. The “it” is “God is good ALL the time, and ALL the time God is good.” Events all throughout history have led many to be either atheistic, sure there … Read moreGod is Good!
I am sorry to report that due to some serious health issues with Key of Mercy founder and great guitarist George Eagle, the presence of this great Gospel group is very much in doubt for any of our revival services. PLEASE pray that the Lord will touch Pastor Eagle with His mighty healing hand!
Pastor Sam here. Most everyone in so-called evangelical circles will say that revival “meeting” and God-sent revival are very clearly not one and the same. Or, so I think is the case. But a pastor does wonder what motivates born again church members to do as the author of Hebrews 10:24-25 says NOT to do. … Read moreRevival?
Jesus said that in the end times, the world situation would be like it was in the time of Noah. In short, except for Noah and his immediate family, there was TOTAL disregard of God’s warning about the flood. Is the Heavenly Father preparing for the climax of the world’s existence, of time itself? Has He deliberately … Read moreThe Days of Noah by Sam Hamilton
Don’t you wish we could lock today’s weather in and hit “play” until maybe May 1, 2018? I heard that. Some of you love the snow and ice. I don’t remember the country-western singer —Ray Stevens?—but the lyrics ring true that say..”everything is beautiful in its own way..” In Genesis, God declared….”it is good” at … Read moreA Beautiful Day by Pastor Sam (Saturday, September 2, 2017)
Good Wednesday Afternoon, August, 23, 2017 Statistics indicate that the third most common cause for people consulting their family doctor is depression. And chances are pretty good, I will venture to say, that you know someone, perhaps a close relative or friend,….or perhaps even you yourself that is suffering from this terrible affliction. I hope … Read moreFrom the Overflow