God’s Concern

Lately at Flint River, I have been attempting to preach through the book of Daniel. It’s been encouraging, in that Daniel is a book of one deliverance in the face of persecution after another. It also speaks to the Divine inspiration of scripture, in that God discloses the reality of the next three world empires…

Paul Preached Unto Them

By Benjamin Winslett Food for thought. And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight. – Acts 20:7 Let’s engage in a brief word and concept study of this verse. First, notice that…

How Would You Define Church?

By Benjamin Winslett Were you asked to, how would you define the Lord Jesus’ Church? I would venture to say many would define it as “a place we go to worship.” I would argue that the church is your identity, rather than a location. Let’s consider a few more definitions: The Pillar and Ground of…

The Ministry, The Church and Fellowship

by Lee Hanks Advocate and Messenger, April, 1934 There are many gifts in the church that should be encouraged. We visit churches where a number of the brethren give good talks, exhort and offer public prayer. This is an evidence of life and each member is trying to bear his part. These gifts should all…

A summary of why Primitive Baptists do not use instruments in church.

By todays religious standards, the Primitive Baptists are quite unique. Probably one of the most quickly noticed differences among the Primitive Baptists in comparison to the religious world today, is the fact that we have no man made instrumentation in our worship services. At first glance, one unfamiliar with the church might think that it…

Jesus said, “Come and See”

By Bufrey Dean Most all of us really like first hand experiences. We have to check things out for ourselves. While others can tell us about it, we want to see it ourselves. What about when we experience something exciting: We want to tell others about it.Take for instance movies. We like to ask others,…

The Old Way Of Christ Is The Best

The Gospel Messenger-March 1919 By Elder J. H. Oliphant We are called “Old Baptists,” “Primitive Baptists,” because we seek to maintain the doctrine and practice of our people. I have seriously sought to teach our people this way. I have observed a progressive spirit rising up among us, from time to time, urging that we…

What Primitive Baptists Believe – Lee Hanks

By Lee Hanks WE BELIEVE the Primitive Baptists to be the church of God in origin, faith and practice. No other organization on earth can trace its identity to Jesus Christ as the founder. We can give the names of men who founded the other organizations. All others are too young founded by the wrong party…