Author Archives: Bob Williford

About Bob Williford

Conservative Southern Baptist pastor, missionary, and personal evangelist. An avid supporter of Texas Tech Athletics. Enjoy oil painting, writing and woodworking. My wife, children, and grandchildren are my joy. Reading and writing are great for relaxing......

Righteousness Comes by Faith

Most people struggle with the idea that faith results in salvation and then followed by righteousness. Paul writes, “ For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved. But how can they call on Him they … Continue reading

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Three Remarkable Truths

“Let whoever is wise understand these things,and whoever is insightful recognize them. For the ways of the Lord are right, and the righteous walk in them, but the rebellious stumble in them.” Hosea 14:9 HCSB. Many years ago there was … Continue reading

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When the End Comes

When the End Comes We made one last visit to UT Southwest Medical Center in Dallas, Texas the first of September, 2021. The actual date is immaterial, but the cold hard fact is simple, there would be no other. Patti … Continue reading

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Because I Am Devoted to God

The Psalmist often records God’s promises to deliver those who know and love Him. We may not be participants in longevity in this life nor escape harm while we are here. However, He will eventually answer our cries for help. … Continue reading

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A Hard Look at Deacons and Elders

For some time the use of the word ‘deacon’ as we know it has been a troubled question for me. The office of deacon has been far more emphasized for many generations than is given in Scripture. Most, if not … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 28:11-19

There is a difficult question concerning these 9 verses taken from the 28th chapter of Ezekiel. The question is, “Are these verses speaking of the fall of Satan?”  My interest is always found in the contextual study of the Word … Continue reading

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Jesus Gives Sight to Spiritual Blindness

Spiritual blindness is the reason Jesus died on the Cross outside the walls of Jerusalem. No matter, the religious of His day did not recognize the Christ as their Messiah nor as the One who had come to shed light … Continue reading

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Our Calling, Our Responsibility

In 1 Corinthians Paul spends a good deal of time explaining his responsibility as a Believer being different from those in the cultures around him. We are to be the light in the surrounding darkness. Your friend is an Egyptian, … Continue reading

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There is But ONE

And His Name is God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, “Then Jesus came up and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing … Continue reading

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Am I a Southern Baptist, Yet?

Christian faith is practiced as a call not simply to a personal conversion but to personal social reform through face-to-face evangelism. However, the Gospel Message’s emphasis must be understood as “it is God’s power for salvation to everyone who believes, … Continue reading

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