Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Preaching Jubilee Fri. July 6

I would love to go to it, but I am busy so I will not be there. But if any of you out there that want to go to there. Dave

Gospel Light Baptist Church
237 Lockett Station Road
Albany, GA 31721
Send mail to: P.O. Box 3071, Albany, GA 31706
SCHEDULE: Sunday 9:45, 11 AM; 6:30 PM · Wednesday 7:30 PM
Independent · Bible-Believing · Fundamental · Soul-Winning · Missionary
Bus Ministry · Bible Institute · (Nursery Provided for All Services)
"Where Bible-Believing Fundamentalists meet in the Good Life City"
Michael D. O'Neal, Pastor (229) 698-2127 Church Phone (229) 432-0039
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Hello, Preachers!
In just a couple of weeks we will host our fifth annual Preaching Jubilee! Please mark FRIDAY, JULY 6, 2007 on your calendar, and plan to be with us at Gospel Light Baptist Church!

Come prepared to preach and to hear preaching! I'll be calling on preachers from the floor, beginning at 10 AM and going until supper time. We will be feeding all of our guests lunch and supper, as well as a midafternoon snack.

Can I count on you to be with us this year? I appreciate your friendship. I will benefit if you will attend, the other preachers will be helped if you attend, and I do believe and am praying that YOU will be helped if you attend! Come join us for a great time of preaching, praying, singing, and fellowship!

I know that you may be struggling, battling, and going through difficult times. Pull away from it for one day and get refreshed!

If you're coming from out of town and want to stay in the home of one of our members, please get in touch with me! If you can get here and back, we'll take care of feeding and housing you while you're here! If you need directions, use the Yahoo map at
See you there!
Preaching Jubilee
Friday, July 6
10 AM Until Supper
Don't Miss It!!!!!!!!!
Gospel Light Baptist Church
237 Lockett Station
Albany, Georgia
Michael D. O'Neal, Pastor

Thursday, June 21, 2007

You Are 56% Texas

You can see what you are if you click the title above. Please let me know. Now back to the post this what it say about me.

You Are 56% Texas
At first, you seem Texan... but just because a chicken has wings don't mean it can fly.

You Will Not Be a Cool Parent

You can see what you are if you click the title above. Please let me know. Now back to the post this what it say about me.

You Will Not Be a Cool Parent
And that's pretty okay. While your kids may not think of you as a friend, they will respect you.You know that kids need discipline and structure, and you're not afraid to give it to them.Just be careful that your strictness doesn't lead to rebellion.It's good to have standards and rules, but you don't need to have an iron fist when enforcing them.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

"Average American"

You can see what you are if you click the title above. Please let me know. Now back to the post this what it say about me.

You Are 80% "Average American"
You are average because you rate your appearance 5 or higher.You are not average since you do support jailing marijuana users.


You can see what you are if you click the title above. Please let me know. Now back to the post this what it say about me. NOTE: I find the link now!!

You Are a Believer
You definitely believe in God - and you're very unwavering in your religious beliefs.In fact, religion and spirituality are definitely big parts of your life.Religion shapes how you view right and wrong, as well as the decisions you make.It's hard for you to imagine how your life would be without your beliefs.

Monday, June 04, 2007


I am 5% Feminist! You can see what you are if you click the title above. Please let me know. Now back to the post this what it say about me. You are definitely not a feminist. In fact, you are every feminist's worst nightmare.You believe that women belong in the kitchen.... barefoot and pregnant.
Do not you feel sorry for my wife when I get marry?


Friday, June 01, 2007

The Passing of the Baton

I got this is in a e-mail from Learn the Bible.


We would like to take an opportunity to give you an update about the present and future of and Antioch Baptist Church.
Before his departure, Pastor David F. Reagan penned a letter to the Antioch Baptist Church of Knoxville. In that letter he stated his desire to see the work of God continue and prosper. He encouraged the people to use his departure as a time of renewed zeal and vision for dedication to the work of the Lord.
He, also in that letter, stated his recommendation for his replacement as the third pastor in the history of Antioch Baptist Church since its founding in 1972. That recommendation was myself, Andrew B. Ray. I was voted in as the pastor on the Sunday following his departure.


I got this from Dial-the-Truth Ministries web site. You can read the article by clicking the link above.


What is wrong with "Amazing Grace," I ask you?

Is there a problem with "How Great Thou Art?"

Are the words and melody of "How Firm a Foundation" no longer beautiful or true?
Must we set aside the great hymns of the faith and replace them with "Who put the bop in the Bible shee-bop shee-bop?" and "Ram-a-lam-a-ding-dong for Jesus."
Now that we have "Christian" rock , rap, regGAE, and jazz, can "Christian" Budweiser be far behind?
Must "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" be replaced with "The Dude upstairs is so cool, doo whoppa, doo whoppa doo?"
And now that we have "Christian" heavy metal, acid and (get this) Christian New Age, can "Christian" Marlboros wrapped in New Testament parchment be far behind?
And what of the people who write these new songs?
Once upon a time, hymns were written only by the greatest of composers and the most devout of Christians.
Compare that with Michael W. Smith, who, "at the same time he was penning gospel songs, he was also using marijuana, LSD and cocaine." (Wall Street Journal, 9/11/91, p.A-11)
"I'm a singer, not a preacher, I'm not looking to convert anybody" says Christian rock diva Amy Grant. (Los Angeles Times, 5/4/84, pg. 2-c) Grant goes on to demonstrate her spirituality by saying, "I'm not going to say too often that I like a cold beer while watching a football game. That might bother some of my fans." (Greensville News, 5/4/94)
One Christian rock star [Michael English] gets caught fornicating and he converts to singing secular songs, including one in which he ridicules Christians. Then he packs an auditorium in Dayton as he does his "comeback tour." Another Christian rock star [Sandi Patti] gets caught fornicating and all her albums are recalled by the publisher, only to have them re-released after her divorce and subsequent remarriage to the object of her three-year affair.
And of Amy Grant's lyrics, Billboard magazine and Face the Music both report that, "The only difference between Amy Grant's love songs and those of Olivia Newton-John is that often Grant's pronouns come with capital letters."
To which Amy has been quoted saying, "I want to be at the same level as Billy Joel, the Doobie brothers" (Time magazine, New Lyrics for the Devil's Music, 3/11/85, p. 60)
Well, glory to God in the highest.
And what of the presentation of this new "Christian" music.
Michael W. Smith was seen as a hot number by the Wall Street Journal when it learned his sexy, steamy, sensuous video was produced by the same company that produces the rocker formerly known as Prince. "I know if I am too blatant about my Christianity and talk about Jesus I won't succeed. But, hey, I'm not an evangelist. I'm a singer." (ibid)
On "Christian" metal group Bloodgood's video, one of the rockers enters with purple hair and sunglasses, carrying a giant Bible. Then he says "I'm not her to tell you about how Jesus loves you I'm here to talk about ME! ("Metal Mardi Gras")
And now we have "Christian" Rave and "Christian" Thrash music.
Amen, brother. Split somebody's head for Jesus.
You say, "Splitting heads for Jesus would never be included on a 'Christian' album, not even Thrash trash."
Wrong-o my naïve friend.
"Persecution" is a "Christian" thrash group: and the chorus of one of that group's songs repeats over and over: "Praise the Lord-Beat My Head In."
And try these for lyrics giving honor to God on recent "Christian" albums:
"Drown the devil in the urinal." Or better still: "I love my dog, and he loves me. He uses my leg when he has to pee." (New York Times, 7/26/96)Was there such a problem with "What a Friend We Have In Jesus" or "Nothing But the Blood of Jesus" that we must replace them with a dog doing his duty on some dimwit's leg?
"But you have to go with that stuff to keep the kids," you say.
To keep them what exactly? To keep them laughing at you because they see through your compromise?
To keep them coming to church because they know they won't hear any more about Jesus and right living there than they will at the amusement park?
To keep them convinced that you have absolutely no clue?
The Bible in my hand says that real Christian music has three purposes.
Colossians 3:16 says: "Let the Word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord." Clearly, then, Christian music is to teach Bible doctrine, to encourage godly behavior and to give testimony to the grace of God that resides in us by faith in Christ Jesus.
Why did "Moshing for the Master" replace "Wonderful Grace of Jesus?"
Was there something wrong with "The Haven of Rest" or "Trust and Obey?"
No doubt when all you have ever listened to is sex-driven junk, really spiritual music feels like a bucket of cold water to a copulating canine.
Meanwhile, "How sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me."

AMEN. . . AMEN. . . and AMEN!