Author: Bill Rhetts

An Exposition of Psalm 96, by Bill Rhetts

This is an exposition of Psalm 96 I talk about our view of “tithing” and different ways that we “give onto the Lord,” the Majesty of the Lord, the judgement that the church will benefit from, and the importance of the church going out to tell the heathens. #ReformedBaptist #ExpositoryTeaching  #Psalm96

More reasons why I am against livestreaming church services

I understand most professing Christians that are a proponent of livestreaming will disagree with me. But I’m not trying to change their minds, nor will I argue with them on social media. If it’s God’s will, He will change their minds. And if I’m wrong, then perhaps He’ll change mine. If you disagree with me,

How to pick up a mooring at Catalina Island

If there are no small craft advisories next week, and the marine weather is reasonable, a brother from church and I will be going to the Santa Catalina Islands. We’ll be going to enjoy a nice meal and talk about a possible prolific ministry endeavor. Who knows, we might even put a pole in the

Hosting Communion from Psalm 22, by Bill Rhetts

Throughout the month of April, while our other Pastor preached the main sermons (we switched off), I hosted communion. But I decided to use this opportunity to do brief teachings on a specific passage, as well as disclose a particular doctrine that we can gleam from either the Text, or from what Christ accomplished on

County health Administer speaks out against masks and lockdowns

I give this fellow a big hearty amen. He used the word that I’ve been using for a long time “control,” because it’s all about control and conditioning. I am sad for the many politically correct people that have allowed themselves to be a slave to their puppet master. Instead, Christians must be a δούλος

Multiple videos sharing the Gospel with the Police at various venues

Too many professing Christians consistently complain about the police, and from a social perspective it’s a form of antinomianism, or being against ‘law and order’ or justice. Frankly, I expect MUCH more from Pastors and professing Christians than I do the Police. Christians are a saved regenerate changed repenting people group. But like everyone else,