Author Archives: leoninlittlerock

About leoninlittlerock

Preaching minister for Central church of Christ in Little Rock. Author of over 20 books including: When a Loved one Dies, Spiritual Development, Skid Marks on the Family Drive, Challenges in the church, To Know Christ and A Drink of Living Water.

JUST A CHRISTIAN

Take a trip with me for a few minutes.  Let’s travel back in our minds to the middle of the first century.  Jesus had died on the cross and was raised from the dead on the third day.  Following His … Continue reading

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WRITING PRAYERS

Do you write out your prayers to God at times?  It intrigues me to notice how different my prayers are that are spoken to the Father and the ones that I write out.  In spoken prayers it is very easy … Continue reading

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GREAT IN GOD’S SIGHT

I dearly love hearing a father or mother talk about their children and what they are doing in life, when they are excited and almost in awe of how much their children are accomplishing.  I had lunch today with a … Continue reading

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WHEN ALL FEELS USELESS

I’ve been drawn to the Book of Ecclesiastes lately for some reason.  It has to be one of the oddest books of the Bible and there are times when I wonder why it is in the Bible at all.  But, … Continue reading

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A KINGDOM DIVIDED

Jesus made one of his most powerful statements about life when he was accused of casting out demons by the power of the devil.  It is amazing when people hate you for some reason how they can come up with … Continue reading

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DEVOTED TO PRAYER

We’ve been looking at the things the first church Jesus established devoted themselves to after they had believed in Jesus as the Son of God, turned from their sins to God in repentance and were baptized in the name of … Continue reading

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DEVOTED TO BREAKING BREAD

The first church ever, came into being with a great beginning and a growing heart.  In the second chapter of Acts Luke described this great beginning as 3,000 people heard the message Peter preached and were cut to the heart … Continue reading

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