Author Archives: Bill Rhetts
As I’ve stated before, “It is the Heralds or ‘boots in the street’ that work in stressful, unsafe, unpredictable, uncontrolled, unrehearsed, and sometimes even dangerous work environments, all of which is done free of salary.” But this is the first … Continue reading
Today myself and some fine fellows went on an off road trip up in the Lake Arrowhead Mountains, to a place called the “Devil’s Hole.” When we took our lunch break, this rattlesnake decided to slither under my Jeep. Also … Continue reading
A truly saved Christian will be willing to lay down their life for the cause of Christ. According to the description field, “Philip Powell was born in 1939. He went to glory on Sunday 26th April 2015. Born in Wales … Continue reading
In my recent teaching on the 53rd chapter of Isaiah, I twice spoke about “interposing,” one of which was in verse 1. Here is an excerpt from that sermon. “Back to verse one, “Who has believed what he has heard … Continue reading
This morning at one of my locations, I preached an unusual message to a good sized crowd. As I preached from Matthew 7, I specifically warned them and then apologized to the non-saved, for the poor witness of the many … Continue reading
During this outreach, I preached from Acts 17:30. When preaching the glorious Gospel to people, the Gospel brings more judgment upon them. That’s because they can no longer claim “ignorance” (i.e. I didn’t know). God did not overlook these people, … Continue reading
Lots of fruitful conversations afterwards. The Lord used three Christians to engage in some trilateral encouragement, I am thankful for them.
After preaching, the Lord provided some opportunities for prayer, conversations, and Q&A. Music ‘The Lord’s Prayer’ by Jackie Evancho. UPDATE: Yesterday at church a sister questioned me about a video that she watched of me open-air preaching. She advised that I … Continue reading
This is an old school ‘Baptist Church Covenant.’ Look what’s not missing here, that is missing in most postmodern Baptist Covenants today. Sadly many today erased the part about alcohol. 🙁
I appreciate Reformed Theology, as it is rich in Theology, and deep in Doctrine. But what brings a great offensive to me is the pride and arrogance that I see amongst many Reformers, whom are ‘advocates for alcohol consumption.’ On … Continue reading
Video of a man responding to the Gospel, after preaching on ‘heart conversion,’ from medical to spiritual
Pray that Larry contacts me. I would love to disciple him (if he would comply), and be able to examine his fruit (if any) through a test of time.
The video freezes for a few minutes, but the audio continues working properly, the video will soon correct itself. 😉 The late Dr. Robert Hawkers of the 1700’s, said this of chapter 53 ~ This may very well be called … Continue reading
It’s nice to see that Benny Hinn’s Nephew Costi Hinn, has come to realize the errs of his Uncle. The Doctrine of the Sufficiency of Scripture is an essential Doctrine. Even some of my Reformed friends (whom are big on … Continue reading