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By Aubrey Vaughan, Feb 23 2017 04:48PM


One of the great films of 1999 was the matrix, starring Keanu Reeves. It’s a futuristic sci-fi movie, where the world has been taken over by computers.


The computers need the energy that comes from human bodies, so they keep a supply of genetically engineered humans in a permanently anaesthetized state. They then create an imaginary world for these comatose humans, the matrix, in which people think themselves alive and conscious, going to work, living normal everyday lives.The matrix is the world that has been literally been placed over everyone’s eyes to blind them from the truth, a world that keeps them in bondage to acceptance of the way things are.


But there is a group of rebels who have broken free of the matrix. Led by Morpheus, this group led a shadow life committed to an alternate reality and hunted by cyber cops. Then they discover Keanu Reeves character, Neo, the prophesied one who will break people free from the matrix.


Early in the film we find Neo awakening to the truth. Part of the matrix, the computer created illusion, he experiences unexplainable doubts about the ways things are, doubts which act like a splinter in his mind, making him feel uncomfortable.


Then he is introduced to the rebels, led by Morpheus. Morpheus offers neo a chance to see the truth. He holds out two pills.


The blue pill is a pleasant analgesic which will blur over the pain his honest enquiry is creating. Swallow the blue pill and he’ll be comfortably back in the matrix. Or he can take the red pill, which will open his eyes to see new possibilities, to carve out a place in the alternate reality.


At the heart of the Christian gospel is the idea that we are all caught in the matrix, in a false view of reality. We fail to see the world and ourselves as it and we truly are. A fallan world and humanity, we fail to see it as God sees it.


The analgesic of western consumerism and human philosophy blinds us to the realities and values of God’s kingdom. Jesus offers us all new way of seeing reality, to swallow his red pill rather than society’s blue pill, and to forever be changed.


Pastor Aubrey Vaughan





By Aubrey Vaughan, Jul 8 2014 01:25PM


Back in June as a family we went to the historic city of Rome every step that you took you were literally looking at centuries of history. We visited some amazing places like the Roman forum, the catacombs, Saint Peters Basilica, the Trevi fountain and the Pantheon to name but a few, it was all breath taking.

But the one location in particular made me pause for quiet reflection was the Roman colosseum.

The Colosseum started to be built under Emperor Vespasian in 70AD and was completed in 80AD under his successor and heir Titus who lead the siege and destruction of Jerusalem and the Jewish temple in 70AD. During this siege historian Josephus claims 1.1million Jews were killed and 91,000 enslaved and brought back to Rome along with the riches of the temple.


The Arch of Titus near the colosseum was built in commemoration of this conquest, it depicts, the Jews being brought back to Rome along with the temple riches. It was these enslaved Jews who were actually sent to work on the building of the Coliseum.


The Coloseum was used for entertainment purposes for the Roman masses it held gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as animal hunts , re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on classical mythology. And with the rise of the early Christians in the 1st century it was a place where countless Christians were tortured and killed either thrown to wild beasts, stoned, burned and crucified or put to the sword by the gladiators.

These Christians were known as ‘Martyrs’ men and women who were put to death for their faith.

The Word ‘martyr’ comes from the Greek word translated “witness” the first known martyr was Stephen as recorded in the book of Acts in the Bible, stoned to death in Jerusalem A.D 35. All but one of the Apostles faced a Martyrs death and countless Christians followed this fate at the Colosseum.


We might think that this is something of the past but Christians are still being persecuted & martyred for their faith in Christ today.In fact more Christians were martyred in the 20th century than in all the previous centuries combined. 171,000 Christians were martyred in 2005 alone. (International journal of missionary research). Of course Prayer and action is needed to fight against such injustices, but these atrocities hardly ever make the news today.


But should we be surprised? After all Jesus did say in (John) 15:20 ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted me, they will also persecute you.

Jesus also said in (luke) 9:23 “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. This literally meant a way of suffering for the Christ follower.

Christians throughout the centuries are called to follow in the footsteps of a suffering God who was persecuted & murdered on a cruel Roman cross, in our suffering, He identifies with us, God suffered.


We are often closeted from the realities of this type of Christian faith in the West unlike other parts of the world. But there is a subtle change even in our own country with the ever increasing erosion of Christian values, an increasing isolation and antagonism towards Christians in the public sphere, as secularism pervades society and its thought, there comes with it an increasing intolerance towards Christian thoughtt and lifestyle.

As a result some professing Christians simply conform to the pattern of the world, rather than being a witness to the truth and a transforming influence in society. Yet Christians are not just called to be nice people but are called to testify to the saving truth of the gospel, whatever the consequences, to follow Christ. To die to yourself and in the midst of your trials to show the grace, love and forgiveness of God available to all who repent.


For even as Jesus hung upon that cross, before those who had placed him there. He cried out, (Luke) 23:34 “ Father forgive them for they do not know what they are doing”

Jesus was sacrificed at the dictates of the cruel authorities but it was also the plan of God (Acts2:23). Jesu freely gave his life. He was sacrificed in our place, the death of Christ would be the means to pay the price for our sins, to redeem individuals & on the third day he rose from the tomb, conquering death as proof, it had been acomplished and eternal life awaits.


This is what these early Christians believed & experienced as a result they were prepared to be martyred to become witnesses, rather than renounce their faith in Jesus Christ. All Christian martyrs throughout the centuries are a great cloud of witnesses to those who remain that the way of a Christian is not simply happiness, health and wealth, but the way of persecution, of suffering and even a martyrs death.


As I paused for reflection at the Coliseum this truth was brought to my heart. That as Christians we walk this path too, its not a path for the faint hearted, but as we do walk it we have the opportunity to deny ourselves, to suffer and be witnesses to a watching world the grace, the forgiveness and to the love of God available to all, even to our persecutors.


Pastor Aubrey



By Aubrey Vaughan, Mar 5 2014 11:07AM

1 Corinthians: 6: 1-11. Lawsuits among believers


Background

Paul continues the theme of judgement but now in another area where he seeks to rectify unrighteous actions which are being carried out amongst the body of believers. Paul is shocked by certain members of the Church who were taking their grievances against one another to outside law courts v1 Does he dare go to law before the unrighteous instead of the saints, also they were total unscrupulous as they were defrauding one another, is this real the actions of the Saints? v8 Paul points out they are qualified to sort out their differences between one another as Saints.


Paul substantiates why they are qualified with two future truths in regard to the Saints and judgement; They will one v2 Judge the world, And two. v 3 & Angels, then he contrasts these sublime future truths to their present situation as a result of the greater judgements, you will be making v2 are you then incompetent to try trivial cases? And so v3 how much more matter pertaining to this life? V4 He wants them to sort out their grievances over property and money (unethical business practices between one another ) not with outsiders not all like cases criminal cases.


Paul is not forbidding all use of the judicial system. Rom.13: 1-3 not they are incompetent, they are very competent, they have been established by God to restrain evil in the world, and do good, but they do not follow the law of God, they have no jurisdiction in the Church, they are not spiritual people, they are the unrighteous


For specific trivial cases in Corinth, which are fraudulent involving money or property between themselves. He seeks to shame them into corrective action, surly there is someone wise enough amongst them to judge such matters V5. Rather than taking one another to court

The reality is that brother goes against brother v6 This is destructive to the body & it’s the opposite to the true Christian model, established by Jesus, rather to suffer wrong v7 Why not rather be defrauded? V8 Yet the reality sadly is these Christians are defrauding and wronging one another – as brothers v8. They are behaving as unrighteous.


Finally Paul doesn’t want them to be deceived, he reminds them that this behaviour of defrauding one another and taking one another to court was all wrong, if it continues these individuals have no part in the Kingdom of God V9-10.

Then he points the Corinthians back to the elementary truths by which they were saved. V11 He reminds them this is what you were past tense, then he reminds them of the Trinitarian work of God in their salvation that they were washed, sanctified, justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God. This should make all the difference.


1. A new identity is to be matched with a new behaviour 1- 8

a. In relationship with one another, when facing grievances v1-6

Firstly he reminds them a new identity v1-2 They are saints, (The sanctified- Holy people) they are now part of the family of God and this new identity is to be matched by a new behaviour they are not to be those who are taking one another to outside law courts over these trivial cases over property & money v7-8, they are not be those defrauding one another. This behaviour, has no part in their new identity, if they have grievances they are called to settle the situation in the Church between themselves. Paul sees these cases, they are taking to courts as trivial cases (3) compared to who they will judge in the future with Christ upon his judgement seat ( 2-3 The world & Angels). He says this to their shame, they should be sorting this out between themselves in the Church v4-5.


• Consider family life often there are problems within the family those problems are sorting in house consider the Mafia as an extreme example, but when there is a problem within the family it is sorted out in house ( the law courts are not used) by the family it’s not taken to outside the family, it’s taken to the god father where a family resolution will be found.


Christians are a spiritual family we are able to judge we are able to bring spiritual resolutions to trivial cases between believers, we can bring a spiritual wisdom & application to God our Father , we can seek the mind of Christ, we can apply the Word of God, to the matter at hand. We are able to bring spiritual judgements to bear where there are disagreements, between brothers, where un- Christian behaviour has been perpetuated upon one another. Judgements can be made.


b. In attitudes & actions towards one another v7-8

What has got hold of these professing believers is their old nature, they are acting as the unrighteous (7,8,9) To have lawsuits at all is already a defeat for them, it doesn’t collate with the profession they have made in Christ. Paul wants them to turn away from their rights, of winning cases, of pursuing the law courts, ( pursuing blame culture today, compensation) even stop from the misdemeanours we pursue, against one another, when we don’t act Christ, we are already defeated. He is saying this attitude is all wrong. When we go down the route of taking one another to court, it brings the Church, the Gospel & Christians into disrepute, just like the unrighteous.


Paul wants them to rethink their attitude, but with the change of attitude a change of action, respond differently, in relating to the injured brother, the one who has been wronged and been defrauded, He says (v7) Why not rather suffer wrong? Why not rather be defrauded? Why not respond in this way? And those brothers who are out of hand, (v8) But you yourselves wrong and defraud - even your own brothers. V9 Or do you not know the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God.


c. The trial and crucifixion of Christ

What is Paul trying to say here well he’s bringing the gospel to bear, the deeper reason why taking one another to court is a defeat for the Christian in such cases; v7 Why not suffer wrong? Why not rather be defrauded? Paul is wanting turn them away from the right of winning cases, of defrauding one another, to look upon the one who carried all their sin, through the shame of an unjust trial, that cost Him his life. That led Him to the Cross.


The spirituality of the cross is at the centre piece here, consider the way of Christ, who suffered, who was maligned, who was mistreated and yet did not rise up and seek justice & a compensation package. This is the wisdom of God in Christ crucified, this is what Paul wants applying to the heart of the situation. This is how he wants them to respond and apply to their Christian lives. The paradox is the cross that looked like utter defeat was utter victory. The love of God was demonstrated, Sinners were reconciled to God. Jesus pronounced victory upon the cross in His death, it is finished!

Consider, did Jesus win us to himself by standing on his rights? By safeguarding his personal interests? And insisting upon his rights? Of course not! The Cross teaches us that sacrifice is the way to forgiveness and reconciliation. This is the path these Corinthians need to tread, this is the path we all need to tread as Christians with one another.


The disputes they were having needed not to go to pagan courts this all arises from pride, self –will, self upon the throne, unrighteousness, the defence of our own interests, rather than the interests of others. Which was not exhibited in Jesus at all, who calls us to be like Him (Philippians 2:1-11 read ).

This is the route we are to travel down with one another even though it be hard to follow and understand, especially when we’ve been wronged and cheated by another, but the defeat comes really when we take one another to courts, seek our rights, it will be costly, compromises will be made, more importantly the spiritual example of Christ has been lost & what seems like justice, compensation and the restoration of your pride, will actually be a spiritual defeat in your life.


Listen to the teaching of Jesus in Matthew 5:39-4139 But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also. 40 And if anyone would sue you and take your tunic,[a] let him have your cloak as well. 41 And if anyone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles.


2. The Old identity & behaviour’s have no place in the kingdom of God v9-11

V9b Do not be deceived. - He is speaking to those who are continuing in sinful lifestyles, whether sexual immorality, those who are defrauding others v8 . He wants them to know v9a that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God. If these individuals V9-10 continue to practice unrighteousness in the Church & community they are deceiving themselves, and will be excluded from the kingdom of God.

What is your attitude and application to your own internal sins, the sins which flow out and effect others, in the fellowship and the world The sins which only you know about, the sins which others graciously reprove, how do you respond? Do not be deceived, the unrighteous will not inherit the Kingdom of God

V9-10 Sinful behaviours excluded (these acts are brought out of our nurture & also our old nature, original sin)

Paul mentions a list not an exhaustive list but a list which is specifically with reference to the Corinthian believers, this is what some of them were ( v11 And such were some of you.) no doubt these behaviour patterns were beginning to manifest themselves once again in the Church community ( probably with the wrong understanding of grace 5: 6) . And so he doesn’t want them to be deceived. In regard to their salvation, the continuation of these unrighteous acts means you are not saved and you will not inherit the kingdom of God.

These sinful patterns are rife in the world and often adopted as good traits, ones that are enjoyed, celebrated, pursued, even though they bring death in this life, and have no place in Gods Kingdom. Don’t you become complacent about your relationship with God with the world, this is when sin will seek to destroy you.

Paul actually has a greater hope for them, when he says V11 And such were some of You - This is what you were past tense (Eph 2:1- 5,11-13) this is the emphasis, this lifestyle is finished, you are no longer to carry on in these corruptions, for they have no place in the kingdom of God.


3. A new identity & behaviour enabled by a Trinitarian God. V11-12

Rather now he wants them to see the work of the Trinitarian God in their lives which enables them to destroy the old identity and behaviour traits and to see their new identity and behaviour in the light of the work of the Trinitarian God in their lives.


V11-12 The Work of our Trinitarian God V12 But you were washed, You were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.


V11 You were washed – this is in reference to their Baptism in the outset of their faith as they came to God in repentance & faith, they experienced a washing away of sins, the filth was removed. Titus 3:5 he saved us, not because of works done by us in righteousness, but according to his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit.

The Corinthians and all believers were baptised upon repentance & faith in the Holy Spirit. Remember what John the Baptist said Mark 1:8 I baptise you with water he will baptise you with the Holy Spirit. Johns Baptism was a baptism of repentance, not of faith in Jesus, the baptism of the Holy spirit is a spiritual baptism which enables us to repent and believe washing away our sins permanently, bringing us onto the community of faith 1Cor 12:13 For in one Spirit we were all baptized into one body—Jews or Greeks, slaves or free—and all were made to drink of one Spirit.


In Acts 1:5, Jesus promises they would be baptised in the Holy Spirit in v 38 (emphasis is general on languages and tongues) but the people around them were baptised in the Holy Spirit too, for the people ask Peter , what must we do to be saved? Peter replies they must repent & be baptised (water baptism) for the forgiveness of your sins and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. ( You don’t receive the Holy Spirit because you repented and baptised, your baptised in the Holy Spirit, hence your are enabled to repent & believe coming into the community of faith, subsequently you are baptised (Water Baptism) which is a sign of the great washing work of the Trinitarian God which has taken place spiritually inside the heart. Look at the command from Ananias gave to Paul on his conversion to Christ (Acts 22:16) And know why do you wait? Rise and be baptised and wash away your sins, calling on his name.


You were sanctified - Sanctification is an ongoing process in the Christ life where we are gradually increasing in our holiness, where we are in conflict with sin, seeking to be like Christ . This is both a work that God works in us and through us, but its something also we actively pursue as Christians also Phillipians 2:13-14 Therefore, my beloved, fas you have always gobeyed, so now, not only as in my presence but much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling, 13 for hit is God who works in you, both to will and to work for ihis good pleasure.


But here he is speaking about that initial act of sanctification (You were sanctified) The meaning here is focusing upon the initial setting apart by God, where there was the first break from the love of sin, and you were given the power to break the practice of sin in your life, and you acted.

You were justified (Greek - dikaioo) this is the counterpart to the unrighteous as spoken of earlier, the justified are righteous, but not a righteousness of their own, but the righteousness of Jesus Christ. Paul is not using this term in the ethical sense be seen as righteous by others, but as a judicial term to be declared as righteous. To be justified is to have the righteousness of Jesus Christ imputed to your account. (Rom 5:1 Justified through faith 8:1 with no condemnation 33 God who justifies )

Key - 2 Cor 5:21 For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.


This transaction was undertaken by the Godhead with sinners - God the Father, made God the Son to be sin , who had no sin , and God the Father did this for our sake, so our sin, was placed upon Jesus and his righteousness was given to us. Our legal status now before God is one of no condemnation we are legally justified, we are righteous, Christ Righteousness has been imputed to us.

We no longer need to fight for or rights one against another , One has already done it on our behalf God the Father, through the Son & By the Spirit of our God, he declares us as righteous, justified, not guilty.

Let’s not become complacent, we have a new identity befitting of a new behaviour, lets together, walk the way of the cross of Christ.




By Aubrey Vaughan, Sep 11 2013 09:27AM

Harvest past, present and future.


Below is a picture of this year’s harvest gathered in fields close to Countesthorpe. Harvest time reminds me a fresh of Gods daily grace & faithfulness to me and to always be thankful for His provision, not to take what I’ve received for granted. As the hymn writer penned ‘All good gifts around us are sent from heaven above, then thank the Lord, O thank the Lord for all His love.’ Indeed we should be thankful to God, for the gift of another Harvest provision and our daily bread. But when the Bible talks about harvest is there more to it than simply thanking God for our daily food? Take a look with me at three harvests that we can be thankful to God about.


Harvest past


In the book of Exodus it says 34: 22. Celebrate the Feast of weeks with the first fruits of the wheat harvest, and the feast of the ingathering at the turn of the year.


Here we see God calling His people to celebrate the Harvest to give him thanks, to bring to Him the first fruits of the ingatherings. This is what is traditional known for Christians today as Harvest time when we share God’s goodness with others and thank God for all that He has provided for another year.

Are you thankful? In the UK we have so much; we simply go down to one of the local supermarkets and buy our food and its always there....all year round, all types are food are available from all over the world with a constant provision there is a tendency just to take it all for granted.


But let’s remember that it’s not the case for everybody, a child tonight in our world will go to bed with an empty stomach because the harvest has been ruined through drought or pestilence and food is in short supply. Why doesn’t God do something? He has, God has provided enough food in this world for everybody, but a third of it will go to bed hungry tonight. God is calling humanity to share with others out of the abundance He has given. This harvest let’s give thanks to God and lets share the abundance with others.


Harvest present


Jesus spoke about another type of harvest in John 4: 35 “Do you not say, four months and then the harvest? I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest.”


In context it was to a woman from Samaria had just come to a personal faith in Christ and with this in mind the harvest Jesus is talking about to his disciples is not a harvest of food, but a harvest of people. A harvest which needs to take place in each one of our lives, as it did for the woman from Samaria a harvest of response to the goodness of God available through the provision of the Lord Jesus Christ through His death and resurrection we can experience the forgiveness of sins and the certainty of eternal life.

Do you remember the one time logo of the national lottery ‘It could be You!” Did you know that millions of pounds each year go unclaimed from the national lottery? How tragic is that when somebody out there has a piece of paper with the winning numbers on them, if they only cashed them in they would be millionaires overnight it would change their lives overnight, yet they fail to respond. This is true when we consider the harvest present that Jesus is talking about your life can be changed, it could be you, you just need to make a claim.


Harvest future


The final harvest that Jesus speaks about is a harvest future which is wrapped up in a parable of the weeds found in the gospel of Matthew chapter 13. It’s about a farmer who sows good seed in a field, then a disgruntled neighbour sow’s bad seed in his field at night. So when the seeds sprout up there was both weeds and wheat growing together. The servants of the farmer ask him how did happen and whether He wanted the weeds pulling up. The farmer tells them that it was an enemy who did it and not to pull up the weeds because they might pull up the good seed as well, he tells them to wait for the harvest.

Jesus gives us the meaning of this parable in verses 36 -43.


Many people ask the question ‘why God doesn’t stop the trouble?’ In a sense they are asking what is being asked in this parable, why doesn’t the farmer pull up the weeds? Jesus says it is because it may well damage the good crop that is to come, the ones that are going to be brought in at the harvest to God’s store house the Kingdom of God at that time God will stop the trouble, but until then we have the opportunity to be part of the harvest future. The only reason this harvest has not yet come, is to let you respond to God’s goodness. The provision of the Lord Jesus Christ who came as our Saviour, but will come again as King & Judge at the harvest future.



By Aubrey Vaughan, Aug 21 2013 09:20AM

The garden tomb in Jerusalem is believed to be by many to be the garden and sepulchre of Joseph of Arimathea & the possible site of the resurrection of Jesus.


An Unlikely Eye Witness.


Easter has come and gone and for Christians it is a time when we celebrate the death & resurrection of Jesus. The Resurrection is pivotal to the Christians faith, it is the centre piece alongside the death of Christ, this is the Gospel we proclaim, as Christians. If you remove the resurrection you will have a dead Religion. The Bible says, 1Cor 15:14 if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain. And 1Cor 15:17 if Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile and you are still in your sins.


So it’s not surprising that over the last two millennia many individuals have sought to disprove the resurrection, yet as a result of careful & honest examination many have actually come to a personal & reasoned faith. One such man was sceptic journalist Albert Henry Ross (1881 -1950) known under his pen pseudonym as Frank Morison. He was sceptical regarding the resurrection of Jesus, so set out to analyse the sources & to write a short paper entitled Jesus – the Last Phase to demonstrate the apparent myth. In compiling his notes, he came to be convinced of the truth of the resurrection, and set out his reasoning in the book ‘ Who moved the stone?’ You can get it from Amazon, why not have a read?

Other notable individuals who believed in a historical resurrection was Roman historian & author Theodore Mommsen (1187 -1903) who wrote, “the resurrection is the best attested fact of history.”

Or Lord Charles Darling who deputised as Lord Chief justice (1914-18) said, “In favour of the resurrection there exists such overwhelming evidence, positive and negative, factual and circumstantial that no intelligent jury in the world could fail to bring a verdict that the resurrection account is true.

But the Bible has not given us journalists, historians or Judges, but he has given us the most unlikely characters to be the first eye witnesses to the resurrection and this is one of the reasons why I believe that this historical narrative of the resurrection can be trusted.

The first eye witnesses on the scene was a group of women, too me this points to credibility because if the Bible was a fabricated book there is no way they would put women as the first eye witnesses. In the 1st century , in the middle east during Roman rule, a woman’s testimony wasn’t credible, they were 2nd class citizens in society akin to slaves. In Jewish & Gentile law a women’s testimony was inadmissible in a court of law. So if the Bible is fabricated why would they have used a group of women as credible witnesses at all?

But this gets worse because the first woman spoken as a credible witness is Mary Magdalene , now you might not know your Bible but you may know something about her in particular. The gospels actually mention her 19 times and it doesn’t really say a great deal about her (a lot is conjecture) but it does tell us that Jesus had delivered her from seven demons (Luke 8:1-3) so to say the least this women had mixed with unsavoury characters and would be characterised today as a women with mental health issues, in those days she would have been a social outcast. But Jesus brought deliverance and a new direction to her life. She was a transformed women.


But others still thought different of her on another occasion in ( Luke 7:36-50) It tells us that in a Pharisees house that an unnamed women approaches Jesus wiping Jesus feet with her hair using her tears & fragrant oil, it is believed this is Mary Magdalene. The owner of the house points out to Jesus that if Jesus was a prophet he would know this women is a terrible sinner.


Would you place such a person as an eye witness to the resurrection, the first to the scene, not just a women, who evidence in a court of law is inadmissible, a social outcast, a terrible sinner, if you were to fabricate such a story, would you not put some reputable pillar of society as a witness, maybe a Roman historian, an academic, a Jewish teacher? Think about it.....


It was Napoleon Bonaparte who said, “History is written by the winners.” But when it comes to the Bible & the resurrection, the Bible’s history was written by forgiven sinners, who were eye witnesses, testifying to the victorious truth Jesus is Alive!

Pastor Aubrey Vaughan



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