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Victory Bible Baptist Church
4532 Route 9n
Porter Corners, NY 12859

(518) 893-7059

Pastor Dexter and Maribeth Taylor
Pastor Dexter and Maribeth Taylor
  • “And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost.” – Acts 2:4
    Rich were the blessings of this day if all of us were filled with the Holy Ghost. The consequences of this sacred filling of the soul it would be impossible to overestimate. Life, comfort, light, purity, power, peace; and many other precious blessings are inseparable from the Spirit’s benign presence. As sacred oil, he anoints […]
  • “And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost.” – Acts 2:4
    Rich were the blessings of this day if all of us were filled with the Holy Ghost. The consequences of this sacred filling of the soul it would be impossible to overestimate. Life, comfort, light, purity, power, peace; and many other precious blessings are inseparable from the Spirit’s benign presence. As sacred oil, he anoints […]

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I appreciate your prayers. Tomorrow, Thursday June 13, I will be flying to Knoxville, TN to join my Sweetheart. I will be able to see my new grandson and watch my second grandson graduate from High School. I am blessed! DLT ...

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We are so busy living OUR life, we don't have time to live for God. When in essence, living for God should be our life. Whether therefore ye eat or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God. 1 Corinthians 10:31 DLT ...

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Everything in this life is affected by your response to God's Love, God's Mercy, God's Grace, and God's Truth. DLT ⛪ ...

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“He who made atonement for the sins of mankind, submitted himself in a garden of suffering, to the will of God, from which man had revolted in a garden of pleasure. Cristo took with him into that part of the garden where he suffered his agony, only those who had witnessed his glory in his transfiguration. Those are best prepared to suffer with Cristo, who have by faith beheld his glory. The words used denote the most entire dejection, amazement, anguish, and horror of mind; the state of one surrounded with sorrows, overwhelmed with miseries, and almost swallowed up with terror and dismay. — He now began to be sorrowful, and never ceased to be so until he said, “It is finished.” He prayed that, if possible, the cup might pass from him. But he also showed his perfect readiness to bear the load of his sufferings; he was willing to submit to all for our redemption and salvation. According to this example of Cristo, we must drink from the bitterest cup which God puts into our hands; though nature struggles, it must submit. We should be more concerned to get troubles sanctified, and our hearts satisfied under them, than to get them taken away. — It is good for us that our salvation is in the hand of One who neither slumbers nor sleeps. All are tempted, but we should be very afraid of entering into temptation. To be secured from this, we should watch and pray, and continually look to the Lord to hold us up so that we may be safe. — Doubtless our Lord had a clear and full view of the sufferings he was to endure, yet he spoke with the greatest composure until this time. Cristo was a Surety, who undertook to be answerable for our sins. Accordingly, he was made sin for us, and suffered for our sins, the Just for the unjust; and Scripture ascribes his heaviest sufferings to the hand of God. He had full knowledge of the infinite evil of sin, and of the immense extent of that guilt for which he was to atone; with awful views of the divine justice and holiness, and the punishment deserved by the sins of men, such as no tongue can express, or mind conceive. At the same time, Cristo suffered being tempted; probably horrible thoughts were suggested by Satanás that tended to gloom and every dreadful conclusion: these would be all the more, hard to bear from his perfect holiness. And did the load of imputed guilt so weigh down the soul of him of whom it is said, “He upholds all things by the word of his power”? Into what misery then must those sink whose sins are left on their own heads! How will those escape who neglect so great a salvation?”

Matthew Henry
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This is where we as Christians will live if we practice Philippians 4:6-7.....PAZ, PAZ, CUAN DULCE PAZ - Himnos Antiguos ...

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This article is a little longer than most, but well worth the read. DLT

In 1868 Congressman James A. Garfield, who would later become the 20th president of the United States, gave a speech on “Decorations Day” at Arlington National Cemetery, the day we now refer to as Memorial Day.

Congressman Garfield served as a Major General in the Union Army before being elected to Congress. He had a front-row seat to the tremendous sacrifices of those who gave their lives for freedom and the union.

On that first official “Decorations Day” people lined the rows of tombstones with flowers at Arlington National Cemetery as an act of remembrance, respect, and gratitude; Congressman Garfield addressed a crowd of about 5,000 people gathered there.

“I am oppressed with a sense of the impropriety of uttering words on this occasion. If silence is ever golden, it must be here beside the graves of fifteen thousand men, whose lives were more significant than speech, and whose death was a poem, the music of which can never be sung. With words we make promises, plight faith, praise virtue. Promises may not be kept; plighted faith may be broken; and vaunted virtue be only the cunning mask of vice. We do not know one promise these men made, one pledge they gave, one word they spoke; but we do know they summed up and perfected, by one supreme act, the highest virtues of men and citizens. For love of country they accepted death, and thus resolved all doubts, and made immortal their patriotism and their virtue.

“For the noblest man that lives, there still remains a conflict. He must still withstand the assaults of time and fortune, must still be assailed with temptations, before which lofty natures have fallen; but with these the conflict ended, the victory was won, when death stamped on them the great seal of heroic character, and closed a record which years can never blot.”

Garfield concluded by saying,

“What other spot so fitting for their last resting place as this under the shadow of the Capitol saved by their valor? Here, where the grim edge of battle joined; here, where all the hope and fear and agony of their country centered; here let them rest, asleep on the Nation’s heart, entombed in the Nation’s love!”

It is our responsibility to ensure the sacrifices of millions who gave their lives for our country are not forgotten.

We cannot reflect on this holiday without also remembering the ultimate example of the perfect sacrifice made by Jesus Christ on the cross. John 15:13 says, “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.”

Those who have died in service to our nation remind us of that truth.

We encourage you to take time today to thank God for the tremendous freedom we enjoy in America.

May the examples of those who have given their lives in sacrifice inspire in us the selfless love of our Lord Jesus Christ. And pray for the families of our fallen troops, that their homes and their lives would be filled with God’s strength and peace.

United. We Stand.

Jason Yates
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This is my way of honoring the fallen soldiers

Memorial Day - a day on which those who died in active military service are remembered, traditionally observed on May 30 but now officially observed on the last Monday in May.

Memorial Day is coming up. Don’t forget to honor the ones who have fallen, for they fell for us. Remind your friends.
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Freedom has never been free. It has always been acquired at a very high price. So, it is with the freedom we have in Jesus Christ. Our freedom from the penalty of sin was bought and paid for by the shed blood of our Saviour Jesus Christ, who was sent here for that purpose by our Heavenly Father. The Father’s love is why Christ came and our Father’s love is why He was sent.

Nehemiah 4:13 Therefore set I in the lower places behind the wall, and on the higher places, I even set the people after their families with their swords, their spears, and their bows. 14 And I looked, and rose up, and said unto the nobles, and to the rulers, and to the rest of the people, Be not ye afraid of them: remember the Lord, which is great and terrible, and fight for your brethren, your sons, and your daughters, your wives, and your houses.

We surely have a lot to be thankful! Let us be faithful to praise our Lord for His provision. DLT
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It seems hard to believe it is the 1st Sunday of May already! But as this year progresses, there are some things that just don’t change. Satan hasn’t changed his attack on Christians by his efforts to discourage every believer, his efforts to divert from doing God will, and his effort to distort the truth. I don’t think there is a family in our Church that hasn’t been bombarded by one of these attacks. Satan is so sly and crafty; he can take something that is right and cause you to take it to excess. He can take an area where you might be very discerning and cause you to become someone’s judge by which you become diverted from what our Lord has called you to do. Romans 2:1-8 really sums it up as to Who is the Judge. Let us stay focused on what our Lord has called us to do and the task of using our Spiritual gift for His glory and praise. Let us keep our eyes on our Lord and His purpose. Let us use our discernment to help our Brother or Sister by instruction if we are given the opportunity and by prayer even if we are not given the opportunity. Something to ponder……

Please seek to take part in every activity that is planned for our Church Family. These are not planned to make our already busy lives busier, but to help encourage and edify every member of our Church Family. Even if you don’t think you need encouragement, others may need your encouragement. It is note worthy for us to take stock of the people around us and the burdens they are experiencing and seek lift a brother or sister. Sometimes just verbal assurance of your prayers, a note in the mail, a phone call, an invitation to one of the scheduled activities, or maybe even a personal visit. We can sometimes get so self-sighted we don’t see others through our Lord’s eyes. My prayer is Lord give me your eyes, your ears, and your heart, that I may be and extension of you in this world.

Please pray for our Church Family and their extended family. It would sure be a great blessing to see many of their extended family come to know the Lord or be drawn closer to Him.
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