Paper Pulpit

...had its beginning May 9, 2008, when the first weekly article appeared in the Fort Worth Star Telegram. Alvin Jennings is writer of the sermons except for occasional selections from others. It is supported by contributions from individual Christians, churches of Christ and donations received from rebinding old Bibles.

The Bible is the only book that is a safe and sure guide on any and all subjects "pertaining to life and godliness" (2 Peter 1:3). This site is only intended as an incentive to the reader to "search the Scriptures to see whether these things are so" (see Acts 17:11).

For any good you may derive from our humble efforts in editing, writing and publishing this site, we shall be thankful and shall ascribe unto God all "the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus unto all generations" (Ephesians 3:21).

PREMILLENNIALISM

Revelation 20 is perhaps the most debated passage in the Bible. However, it should not be. Those who believe Jesus will come back to this earth and reign for 1,000 years base their belief on this chapter. This theory is false for it fails to mention: … [Read more...]

WHAT GOD HAS JOINED

Jesus quoting the Old Testament said: “What God has joined, let not man separate” (Matthew 19:6 NIV). He was referring to the man and the woman whom He had created (Genesis 13). He made the woman for the man to be his companion and helper, not to … [Read more...]

FORK IN THE ROAD

Proof of the wisdom and plan of God was seen last week at the College Hill Church of Christ. The splendid sermon Sunday morning by minister Robert Waller, “The Fork In The Road,” set the theme for the day. He read the famous poem, “The Road Not … [Read more...]

GOD’S WORD

Every word in the Bible is “God-breathed” and will never pass away or change: “My word shall never pass away” (Mt 5:18). We will be judged by the words of the Bible (Jn 12:48). Paul refered to scripture as “sacred writings which are able to make us … [Read more...]

TRAVELING CLASSROOM

Jesus occasionally taught in the synagogues, the meeting places of the Jews, but most of his teaching was done outdoors to the multitudes along the way. He left these last words for his disciples: “As you are going, preach the gospel to the whole … [Read more...]