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Missionary Rally message from 1954 by Rev. Stanley Plunkett It is computed that there are two million, 200 thousand people who are yet without Christ. Why? Is it because the Gospel is not adequate to so wide a program? No, I believe that the Gospel is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth. Then why? Is it because we who are entrusted with the Gospel have failed? I think there is a great element of truth in that. My dear friends, if you and I are going to see a large and abundant harvest over the face … Read More >
Naaman’s illness ran more than skin deep. On the outside he was leprous, but inside a far deadlier disease had taken hold—his heart was infected with pride.
The chief character in the Second Book of Kings, the fifth chapter, is a general, a great leader, a commander-in-chief of the armies of the country of Syria. His name is Naaman. He was the idol of the crowd, the hero of his day. Wherever he went, he would be feted and admired. He was the Eisenhower of his time. A man of great reputation; a man of great popularity; a man of great courage who had earned his right to popularity by the sheer bravery of his deeds on the battlefield. This man, however, was stricken with a very … Read More >