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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

Well, we can say concerning 2019, “We are moving right along!” This is the third Sunday in March, which means we only have two more Sundays until our Missions Conference begins. Remember it starts on Wednesday, April 3rd – the 5th, with Missionaries Stephen and Jill Sorrell to Sir Lanka. They are veteran Missionaries that will actually be returning to the field they went to 20 years ago. After talking with them several times on the phone and reviewing their questionnaire and their references, I am excited to meet them.

We have several things that are happening this Spring. I hope you can take advantage of it all. After the Missions Conference in April we have the Mother/Daughter Luncheon May 11th, with Mother’s Day the next day. Then in June, we have Father’s Day on the 16th, with the Men and Boys Campout/Cookout the 28th
and 29th of June. I desire these special days to be an encouraging time for you and your families whether or not they attend our Church. These are great opportunities to expose them to the gospel as well as your Church Family. Let’s do what we can while we can.

I will finish us todays Pastor’s Heart with some quotes from Missionaries or Pastors:

The Spirit of Christ is the spirit of missions, and the nearer we get to Him, the more intensely missionary we become.
—Henry Martyn – Missionary to the Muslims of Persia and India

I have seen, at different times, the smoke of a thousand villages — villages whose people are without Christ, without God, and without hope in the world. — Robert Moffat

God’s part is to put forth power; our part is to put forth faith. Andrew Bonar

The church that does not evangelize will fossilize. – Oswald J. Smith

God is not looking for a certain IQ. He is looking for a certain “I Will”.
– Sid Messer

It is the whole business of the whole church to preach the whole gospel to the whole world. – Charles H. Spurgeon
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Well, we are in the second Sunday of March and this year is flying by! But it seems the older I get the faster time moves. I know realistically that isn’t possible, but it really seems to move faster and faster. Which makes Ephesians all the more relevant for us to “Redeem the time….” With that thought in mind, how many of you have nieces, nephews, grandchildren, or even neighbor children that you could bring to Sunday school and Church with you? What a blessing if every family turned their car into an evangelistic tool for our Lord. It could develop into the greatest year in the history of our Church if every member asked our Lord to help them to influence someone for His honor and glory. Let’s every one of us use what we have to do what we can for God’s glory and for the cause of Christ.

Raising Children
I sit and wonder where time goes
we try our best to teach them right,
as times change and our children grow,
We love them with all our might.

It's not easy to raise a child
at times, we don't know what to do
we weren't given any instructions
It's a challenge that's all new.

Our children are our lives
and our most important goal,
to love and to guide them
and to place them in life's role.

Our children are our future
and time will only tell
the job we've done as parents
and if we've done it well....
Shelley R. Davis
Children are surely worth the investment!
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The love of God provided our Salvation. Faith appropriated our Salvation. Hope is the product of our Salvation. Are these three words familiar? And now abideth FAITH, HOPE, CHARITY, these three; but the greatest of these is CHARITY. 1 Corinthians 13:13 DLT ...

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Victory Bible Baptist Church

This would be a great trip this summer and a great opportunity to witness to you family. My Sweetheart and I have been here several times and it is absolutely awesome. It is well worth the time it takes to drive to Kentucky to see it. One exit away is the Creation Museum, which is also a magnificent place that reaffirms our faith in our Creator and His word! DLT

Ken Ham
Here's a 3-minute professionally produced video on the history, vision, and completion of the spectacular Ark Encounter Christian themed attraction. You will see why atheists are frightened of it! The Ark is a unique way to reach millions of people with God's Word.

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How much are you influenced by the World? How influenced are you by the Bible? Do you know why the Bible is our Scriptural authority? How much of your past influences your present? How much of what you believe is influenced by what you have been taught as opposed to what the Bible says? Can you prove that Christ was born of a virgin by the Scriptures? Can you prove Christ was God in the flesh (Incarnate – the deity of Christ) by the Scriptures? Can you prove by the Scriptures that God, Christ, and the Holy Spirit created the world? Can you prove by Scripture what is necessary to be saved? Do you know from Scripture why get baptized after we receive Christ as our Saviour? Do you know why we assemble together? Do you know why from the Scriptures we assemble together on Sunday? Do you know why from the Scriptures we meet on Sunday night? Do you know from Scripture why we tithe our income (give a tenth of our income)? Do you know why we support missions in addition to our tithing? Who started the Church according to the Scriptures? Who chose the first pastors for this Church? What were the doctrines these pastors were to teach the Church? Who gave them this doctrine? I have asked you all these questions and there are many more I could ask, to illustrate a point. We do not do what we do or believe what we believe because we are Baptist. We do what we do and believe what we do because we find it in the Scripture either by example, principle, or by command. By example I mean, what did Christ do or what did the Disciples do. For example, what was the day of worship before the resurrection? The Sabbath or Saturday, the seventh day. After the resurrection when did the disciples meet or the day of resurrection the first day of the week. Why? Colossians 1:18, “That in all things He might have the preeminence. So, we assemble together on Sunday by example and by principle. It’s not because of any other Church, denomination, or tradition. It’s because of Scripture. This is just one example. One of the reasons I wanted to address this topic is because so many people don’t know what they believe based on the Scripture. Many believers have come to believe things based on what a teacher, preacher, church, denomination, or religion has taught them. As Bible believers, we should form our beliefs from the doctrine of the Scriptures themselves. Even having said that, many claim their doctrine comes from Scriptures, but they take the Scriptures out of their context. That is why Paul told Timothy to, “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
2 Timothy 2:15 The folks of Berea were said to be more noble because, “These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.” Acts 17:11 How can we do any less in the day in which we live?
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What a way to end the day! I was walking back to the parsonage and saw this sight. I tried to capture it, but these pictures do not do it justice. It was amazing! ...

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Today, Valentine's Day 2019 is such a beautiful day. Our Lord is giving my Sweetheart and I an elegant snow! It's a gentle, falling snow showcasing the already frocked evergreens. It is just beautiful! Thank you Lord! DLT ...

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I posted this article back in October of last year, but thought it needful to post it again because of new folks that may have found our F/B page and not read the article or that might have some questions. DLT

I started an article last week that would highlight the uniqueness of Victory Bible Baptist Church. I took some time to explain that we are not Protestant nor are we a denomination. I also explained that we have two officers in the Church according to Scripture, which are that of pastor and deacon. There are also two ordinances and they are the Lord’s supper and baptism.

Another thing that make us unique is, the body of doctrine we believe and practice. Every doctrine that is believed and practiced by our Church comes right from the context of the Bible. We also believe the Bible is God’s word to man and that it comes to us by the inspiration of God. This simply means that the Bible was breathed by God word for word to the Apostles and Old Testament Prophets. This doctrine is given to us in a number of Scriptures, but here are two references that will make if pretty clear, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:19-21. It has been translated from those original languages and preserved by God so that, what we have today in the King James Version is God’s preserved word without error. This makes the things we believe and practice the exact same as Christ taught and the Apostles believed and taught. The Apostle Paul, along with Christ’s Apostles took the gospel and the teachings of Christ to the world in the establishing of churches around the World as was commissioned by Christ. That commission is still valid and will be until Christ returns to establish His millennial reign here on earth.

Because we teach what the Bible says, we teach there is only one way to the Father and that is through the Lord Jesus Christ. In John 14: 6, Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me.” This was needful because man separated himself from God in the Garden of Eden by sin. God then shed the blood of animals to provide a covering for man and throughout the Old Testament blood sacrifices of animals were made to provide a temporary covering for man’s sin. In Genesis 3:15 a promise was made by God for a coming Messiah. This promise was fulfilled in the coming of Christ who was the sinless Lamb of God to take away the sin of the World. This became known as the gospel of Jesus Christ, which included Christ’s death on the cross, His burial, and His resurrection from the dead. This message was prophesied from Genesis 3:15, fulfilled in Jesus Christ, and was commissioned by Christ to be taken into all the World. The preaching of this gospel is actually the beginning of Christ’s commission to His disciples. The Commission committed to the Apostles in found in Matthew 28:16-20 and includes baptizing the new disciples and teaching these new disciples to observe all the things Christ had taught them. So, an amazing Book that teaches man why and how he can be reconciled to God the Father and it has nothing to do with a particular Church but has everything to do with the word of God, the Bible.

These are couple more of the things that make our Church and Church Family unique.
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For God so loved the World that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in Him hath everlasting life. John 3:16

In giving us Jesus, God gave us Salvation from eternal torment and instead, eternal life.
In giving us Jesus, God gave us His Holy Spirit to live within us to guide and empower us.
In giving us Jesus, God gave us Grace to receive Him as Saviour and live in victory.
In giving us Jesus, God gave us Mercy from the penalty of sin.
In giving us Jesus, God gave us Adoption, the position as His child.
In giving us Jesus, God gave us Relationship, and access to Himself through prayer.
In giving us Jesus, God gave us Himself! What more could have been given?
The Question now is, what will you do with His gift?

From the Pastor's Heart:
DLT
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