Psalms 11:3

A Psalm of David, during the time when David was being hunted and persecuted by King Saul; and the priesthood (85 Priests in all) which tended the Tabernacle at Nob, were slain at Saul's command, by Doeg, the Idumaen chief of Saul's herdsmen: David lamented that the Priests of God, the foundations of worship for Israel were destroyed, and questioned “what can the righteous do?”

The answer to David's question was answered before it was asked, and confirmed afterward: In verse 1 he said: “In the Lord put I my trust: why say unto my soul, flee as a bird to your mountain? Then in verse 4 he confirms: “The Lord is in His holy temple, His throne is in Heaven: His eyes behold, His eyelids try, the children of men. “The Lord will provide”

Mark 7:36, 37

And He charged them that they should tell no man: but the more He charged them, so much the more a great deal they published it.  And were beyond measure, astonished, saying, He hath done all things well: He maketh both the deaf to hear, and the dumb to speak.


Saturday, October the 8th, 2005 under clear to partly cloudy skies, wind from the north at 3 mph with the temperature at 52.4 degrees.

Elder George Walker (dec)




"Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God`s elect? It is God that justifieth." (Romans 8:33)

The answer to the question is no one, because it is God that does the electing and it is God that declares one just. We might say that God is unfair, we might even make a charge against one of the elect calling them unfit, or questioning their election, but the charge will not hold because God does the choosing and God does the justifying. You see God is sovereign and God has the right to do what he wants when he wants to do it. And also God is right in everything that he does. Holy and Righteous is his name. To question election is to question God, charging God to be unjust.





The Important Things Are Not: How well we run; how well we stand; how well we speak publicly; how much we have or how well we are admired. The Important Things Are: That we run with patience; That we stand for good; that we speak the truth; that we appreciate what we have, and are admired because of how we value the things we think are most important. Editor

Old Baptist Favorite Recipes

“Favorite PB Recipes we have borrowed, to share with you.”

Chocolate Chess Pie  - From Granny's Cookbook


Here's what you'll need:

½ Cup butter1-½ 1 oz.           Chopped unsweet baking chocolate          1 Cup brown sugar - packed
½ Cup sugar          2 Eggs, beaten           1 tbsp. Milk           1 tsp. All purpose flour          1 tsp. Vanilla extract
9 in Refrigerated pie crust          Garnish: Whipped cream

Melt butter and choc. in a small saucepan over low heat: set aside. Combine sugars, eggs, milk, flour and vanilla in a medium bowl. Gradually add chocolate mixture, beating constantly pour into pie crust, and bake at 325 deg for 40 to 45 min. Let cool before serving (serves 6-8)


 About Rudiments 

·   Rudiments are the fundamentals for understanding and doing, but some folks want to put it together, and then read the instructions.

·   There are two ways to learn rudiments: Study and practice. Study comes first, cause it's hard to practice what you don't know.

·   When it comes down to the “doin,” it is always good to have learned the right rudiments right.

·   The rudiments of sin, are those we try not to practice.






Out of every kindred, tongue, people and nation, by Thy blood and nothing more. Rev. 5:9. Only the THESE folks, Second and Next comes the blessing of TIMELY GOSPEL salvation. V10 = Herein we are made kings and priests, but only on this earth. V11= and the number of them can be ten thousand times, the thousand, being thousands of thousands. Their total message shall be “worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, riches, wisdom, strength, honour, glory and blessing. These few verses does establish the entire spectrum of BOTH salvations. He is first and we are His, secondly.